Meet Pintester, a one-woman
disaster testing operation who attempts to recreate enticing DIY Pinterest pins at home -- at which point hilarity ensues.
Here's her take on an at-home Miracle Mask:
I really tried to leave it on for the full 30 minutes, but after a few drips, I couldn't take it anymore. They should have done a disclaimer about the rinsing process. Disclaimer: This makes a big sh*tty mess in the sink. I chose the word "sh*tty" carefully. The real kick in the head about all this? I did this mask on Saturday. It is now the following Thursday and I'm having a major pre-adolescent zit-fest on my face.
Nonetheless, she maintains: "I hope no one is taking my blog as fact. I mean, it's factual that I f**k shit up, but it's not factual that everyone else will."
Jag Nara -- a "part-time daydreamer and part-time designer" -- is 104 days into "365 Illustrations," in which she creates one minimalist portrait per day for a year. Her subjects include musicians, actors, artists, superheroes, and relatively famous figures, though so far they appear to be limited to men.
Only the French could dream up B00bstagram, a site devoted to Instagram-filtered chest pics that was purportedly created to raise awareness of breast cancer. Fret not -- most pics are more risqué than the one that accompanies this post. Don't miss the Archive, and don't forget to sign up for RSS.
Welcome to "a random sampling of history's most clueless predictions."
Among the best: "Who cares about a little terrorist in Afghanistan?" That was U.S. Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz in April 2001, responding to concerns about al-Qaida.