Gorgeous and elegant.
Gorgeous and elegant.
These aren't really photo-realistic, which is a GOOD thing.
Only want to drink with women for their looks? Boring.
In 2011, girls on campus still wear Uggs.
Yes, because no woman would eat any of these.
Well written, sometimes scathing blog about goings-on in such places as Croatia, Serbia, and Albania. Looks pretty new.
Welp, that was exhaustive. ???
Report and view reports of bed bugs in hotels and apartment complexes all over the U.S.
Whoever submitted every goddamned healthguru.com quiz to SU is, at the very least, an idiot. I can't seem to thumbs-down these things enough for them to go away.
Odd. I love the idea, but I find it extremely visually unappealing. I'd probably still go there to see it in person if I had the chance.
Visiting Dubrovnik, Croatia, was great. I was there before tourist season was in full swing, and while it was rainy and a little chilly, that made it somehow more romantic, especially at night when the old town's lights sparkled off the large golden cobblestones of the pedestrian streets.
Montenegro is a country I only happened to visit, but it has plenty of things worth seeing. Montenegro's local name is Crna Gora--both names mean "black mountain" and they're pretty accurate in that regard.
What a difference a lack of hyphen makes:
"12 Stupid Mistakes Of The First Time Traveler" implies something entirely different from "12 Stupid Mistakes Of The First-Time Traveler".
I was really hoping to read an article about time-traveling pioneers and the lessons they learned in their first outings.
I don't see the point in using your talents to paint things that already exist (you may as well just take a photo, the subjects are that mundane). Why not change it up a bit? Or introduce some kind of "flaw" to give it character?
Possibly the dumbest thing I've seen because of SU, and I've seen a lot of stupid things because of SU...
This is a nice analysis... but I'd like to see a more in-depth statistical analysis (or a better explanation of what was already done). Correlations are one thing, but there are plenty of procedures that can attempt tease out the nuances of tangled-up relationships. In other words, the results of this are really intriguing, but it leaves me wanting more. Also, I say leave the decimal points in.
Bread made with wheat, barley, lentils, and human dung.
Horribly written article.