Welcome to the commenting party that's as enjoyable as bacon—but without the calories, fat, or cholesterol. Yes, it's time again for our Top Chef Masters live blog. Indulge in it with us! Your heart will thank you!
It has been snowing since yesterday morning. It is not the Snowpocalypse or Snowmageddon or Snowicane. It is just snow. It happens every year. And it is awesome, glorious, and beautiful. But when it's done being those things, it sucks.
There is nothing worse than arriving at someone's home — especially for a fancy, high-society party — and being asked if you mind taking off your shoes. Yes, I mind. It is disgusting and it needs to stop.
Who knew Flickr users were so hardboiled? Not British daily The Independent, who stole from them pictures of....snow. Thrifty! This pissed off one copyrighted photographer, who posted his fun exchange with the digital director, who basically laughs him off. [Flickr]
Wish you had one handy dandy calendar with all the TV show return dates? Well, that's why we're sharing our Google Calendar with you, so that you can know what to watch and when. TV is almost back, thank God!
We have chosen the king of the Holiday Travel Horror Stories and the winner of a $50 MetroCard. Looks like you're going to have to save your fresh tales of woe for next year's contest. Here are your winners.
Commenters are leaving great tales of airport woe and torturous car trips. If you want to try to win a $50 MetroCard, go leave your worst Christmas commute story in the comments of the original post. Happy trails! [Image via]
Seed, the AOL Media Borg that will destroy journalism, is still alive, despite our best efforts. Today we launch another missile of creativity at its hull. It asks what to do with mismatched plates, and we respond with a poem.
There are plenty of stressful things during the holidays—office parties, shopping, family—but there is nothing worse than travel. We want to hear your worst holiday travel stories, and we want them now. All aboard!