Gretel Killeen turns to Marie Kondo to answer the question “Do your friends ‘spark joy’ or is it time to sort and chuck ’em?”
I’ve recently hit the jackpot, I’ve turned 30, and I’ve moved to a new city. Making new friends has pang of familiarity about it beyond 30. But here’s what I’ve learned.
According to new evidence at hand, it seems that David Schwimmer did steal a slab of beer. With the investigation now beyond comprehension, I suggest we lock them both up.
According to the Facebook page of the Blackpool Police, they’re looking for a thief that looks awfully familiar.
Gaining friends as an adult is easy. Keeping them is the difficult part. The solution to social exclusion is a simple thing to decode…but it involves effort.
Last year, we took down Ross Geller from Friends and Ian Fleming’s 007. I’ve discovered three more that may trigger us.
Fake News. The artificially angled photo of the news world. We know it’s not that big. Why lie for.
As far as Thursdays go, this one is on par with Jan Brady. We know how much coffee Ross Geller drank, who wants us to go to war in Asia, and who Rihanna’s new man is. Sigh. No wonder Monday gets everything.
The ceasefire between Brad and Angelina has emboldened the bitter Jennifer Aniston supporter, otherwise known as the Jendamentalist. Here’s why you should be alert, and very alarmed.
Long Reads this week looks at the lasting legacy of Friends, the challenges boxers face and the messiah of dance music.
Friends come and go. But for one writer, to see his ex-bestie degenerate into a passing nod was too much to bear – Pendlebury Wicks
Cars. They’re either a means of transport, or a means of joy. You’re either one or the other. Collective Noun knows this, so they’ve made light of it.
A TBS reader explains why he’s decided to give his friends a very special birthday gift: Deletion from Facebook.
Tom Caru looks at the potential effects of self-improvement, particularly among your family and friends.