Category Archive: Lists

The 23 Worst Parts About Living with Your Parents At 23

Given the state of today’s economic climate, more and more post-graduates remain living with their parents well after they’ve received their degrees. While this is definitely a fiscally responsible move, there’s no denying… Continue reading

30 Things You Should Worry About More Than Ebola

Let me start off my saying I DO NOT think Ebola is a joke. Nor do I think that events surrounding Ebola the past month are humorous. However, I do wholeheartedly believe that… Continue reading

20 Ways to Step Up Your Selfie Game, as Told by a 20-Year-Old

It has recently come to my attention that one of our beloved News Cult staff members has an unbelievable Instagram selfie game. Selfie after selfie … after selfie, our Social Media Editor managed… Continue reading

What do you give Russian President Vladimir Putin, who has everything, for his birthday?

President Putin just celebrated his 62nd birthday, gift time!! Considering he can and does get everything he wants; like the new land he just acquired for himself (supposedly for Russia, not his own… Continue reading

45 Thoughts That Go Through Every 20-Something’s Mind When They lose Their Phone

  This is the definition of a “First World Problem” and while I’m almost embarrassed to compile the following 45 thoughts—it’s simply part of the world in which we live. So what if… Continue reading

24 Reasons It’s Better To Be a Gay Man than a Straight Man

  1. We can call anyone “honey.” 2. We have the sex drive of men, without the emotional attachment of women. 3. We have a natural sense for good lighting. 4. We know… Continue reading

Tales from an Upper East Side Nanny: My Top 5 Worst Experiences

My freshman year of college I diddled around Manhattan getting to know the landscape and the natives. My college (if you can even call it that) was located on The Upper East Side—the… Continue reading

28 Thoughts Every Jew Has on Yom Kippur

It’s that time of year again kids. Yom Kippur. You remember, that time where you have to starve to death in order to repent for your sins. Yea, that one. It’s the one… Continue reading

Drunken Texts: What They Say VS. What They Mean

Over the years I have come to discover that deciphering drunken text messages is comparable to understanding ancient hieroglyphs—it’s possible, but only through research, practice and patience. Often times drunken texts will say… Continue reading

50 Thoughts Every Jew Has on Rosh Hashanah

    OMG, today is Rosh Hashanah? Do I get to leave work early? Wait, can I take off the rest of the week? Probably Hopefully Which one is Rosh Hashanah again? Is… Continue reading

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