Here's something for John Mayer to tweet about--if he even still has one. Looks like Taylor Swift's new album, Speak Now, won't just be lashing out at a Jonas brother.
A few lyrics from the song Dear John are pretty telling that a relationship may have bloomed and died out between the two musicians quicker than Mayer could make an uncomfortable singing face.
"Dear John/I see it all now that you're gone/Don't you think I was too young/To be messed with/The girl in the dress/Cried the whole way home/I should've known."
"It was wrong/Don't you think nineteen's too young/To be played/By your dark, twisted games/When I loved you so."
John, what'd you do?
The working world is tough right now with a bad economy and a lack of job openings. Chicago bred and Duke alum Amanda Holt saw this reality from the start and decided to help by giving the younger generation a very much needed outlet. In 2009 Shatterbox was created to, "...give college students what I wish I'd had: a look into the lives and motivations of fascinating young professionals."
Shatterbox isn't just a site to read over what other's have accomplished. Its a way to get inspired. Holt herself got inspired to create Shatterbox by asking friends to connect her with people who had a story to tell. "Almost everyone knows someone who amazes them. So there started a thrilling, rolling snowball of damn cool people. Essentially, it was curiosity, turned passion turned real business," Holt explains. "Shatterbox was born to show college students and grads that happy careers happen by showcasing the stories of inspiring young professionals. It offers a vibrant social community and resource blog to help passion-hungry young people find their way."
Unattractive object right? Hey, looks aren't everything. You'll be thrilled to have this when the awkward friend of the group wants to start karaoking at the adult New Year's party.
If karaoke is an every weekend kind of hobby for them than you might have an issue. Needless to say, don't think your friend will notice what kind of microphone it is if the drinks are flowing.
Just hand them this soundproof microphone and even the most tone deaf entertaining-ish person will bring in the new year with the perfect tune.
Listen to your tunes easier with the addition of the Rhapsody application for BlackBerry. Blackberry joins Apple and Android with allowing users to keep up with the best music through playlists and radio stations that Rhapsody's own music editors have collaborated on.
What once went down in flames is now coming back to haunt. Griffith Park in L.A. comes back with a vengeance with an eerie hayride.
Griffith Park was built in the early 1900's and was once owned by the Clifton family. The land became a small zoo and most popular with the community. That is, until the animals became buck wild and neighbors went stir crazy. Animals started showing behavior changes and residents came together to discuss what was probably just animals getting frisky one day.
The church meeting ended with a mass of flames killing all in attendance. Now 100 years later, they are coming back for a hayride treat.
Kim Kardashian admits to US Magazine that her nude photo shoot days may be over. “I’m too old for that now…I wanted to get it all out of my system before I turned 30.” Oh yes Kim, because you will look so different at 31.
Better get your W Magazine now. Her last nude photographs are not even a week old on store shelves.
Guess she best find a new man in the next year too. Future boyfriends are currently upset that they won't be receiving a 12 month holiday calendar.
It’s Game Day. Let the tailgating commence and the foam finger wars begin.
There’s just one problem that will leave fans bad sports. No one wants to head home to a parent’s basement after the big game. That’s where Gameday Housing comes in to tackle the situation.
Gameday Housing is better than booking a shady hotel. The website helps fans choose from a variety of homes with flat-screen and pool table entertainment. Just rent a home by the college football event and concentrate more on the beer-pong match-ups for later.