Tag Archives: Post sad

If You’re a 20-Something, Stop Saying You’re Old

Every post-grad, 20-something millenial idiot is guilty of this, but we do it anyway.

The 10 Friends You’ll Have in Your Twenties

As you get older, you'll notice your pool of friends will decrease year-by-year, until one day the only people texting you are your wife and

30 Unrealistic Things You Think You’ll Do Right After College

You probably will not...

The 4 Ways You’ll Meet People After College

Like most of you, I’ve been meeting people my whole life.

13 Questions Your Parents Will Ask You in Your Twenties

Your parents are going to ask you certain questions in your twenties. Some will be inexplicable, given that they were in their twenties once, and

You Should Live With Your Parents

I, Bobby Box, am in my mid-twenties. I live with my parents. I’m not ashamed by this at all, either. In fact, 95% of my

The 5 Chicks You’ll Hook Up With After College

Smell that? That’s the smell of all the chicks you’re going to be pulling this semester. They smell like flowers, and springtime, and hope, and

Your Debaucherous Weekend with a Bro Visiting

There are a few benchmarks of the post-grad life. There’s your first day at your new job. Your first day spent

15 Biggest Myths About Having a Job

Putting aside the crippling debt and the broken liver and the permanent aversion to whiteboards given to you by college, four-year

Cursing in Public Is Now Accepted. F*ckin’ A

Over the past few Christmases, my family, like many families, has always kept at least one TV glued to TBS’ 24

10 Tips to Living on a Couch Rent-Free and Not Being Killed by Your Roommate

My parents came to visit two months ago. I was a good lad. I showed them my apartment, did the walk

Welcome to the Biggest Hip-Hop Day of the Year

Kanye West's most challenging release yet. J. Cole's attempt at his own Illmatic. Mac Miller's drastic leap forward. Welcome to our

Should You Keep Dating the Girl You Left at School?

There are no hard and fast rules in dating. There really aren't. Unfortunately, this maxim—that there exists a One Way to

Facebook Sucks Now, and It Won’t Get Better

Yesterday, I read two articles about Facebook, which I’ve now been on for almost seven years. The first was a Pew

Your First Day at a New Job

Congrats, graduate! You actually found a job. All that resume passing and hard work and nepotism really paid off, eh?

Your First Days Home as An Unemployed College Grad

Congrats, graduate! You did it! You somehow suckered your school into giving you a degree. How was the ceremony? Miserable, right?

How to Look Busy At Work, Without Actually Being Productive

Working blows, Bros. Most people who live the 9-5 cubicle lifestyle know this. What they also know is eighty percent of their day is spent

5 Do’s and Don’ts for Bros Rejected or Waitlisted by a College

Way back in January, I wrote a guide designed to help high school bros pick a college. A few seniors emailed to say it had

15 Ways to Not Screw Up Your Job Interview

It’s interview season. This is a season that doesn’t really carry the same positive ring as “FOOTBALL SEASON!” or “Wedding season!” or “New Season of

We (and ‘House of Cards’) Killed Television—Long Live Netflix

Last weekend, I watched nine episodes of “House of Cards” in a row, getting up only to pee during episodes three, five, and six. I

A Girl Is Really Famous for Eating a Used Tampon, and You’re Getting Old

There’s a kid from West Seneca, N.Y. named Giovanna Plowman who, earlier this month, ate a used tampon, recorded the action, and uploaded the video

5 Keys to Your First Casino Trip with Your Money on the Line

This time last Friday, three friends and I sat on top of each other in the backseat of a 2009 Nissan Rogue that comfortably seats

Why ‘Workaholics’ Is the Perfect Show for Our Generation

“Girls” started back this week. For many early 20s viewers, its first season spoke to the uncomfortable realities of the the post-collegiate world—and while I

10 Do’s and Don’ts for Choosing a College That No One Ever Tells You

Around this time each year, an old person who attended college in the 60's or 70's will fart out a column or a list of