Hey Hey We’re The Flunkies

March 28, 2018 0 Comments

EXTRA CREDIT SINGS! Join all your favorite crooners as they belt out some soon-to-be internet classics! Whether you’re looking for country, new wave, glam rock, or even swing, the Extra Credit house singers have something for you. Painstakingly ripped from┬áthe internet┬ácontributor Breakfast’s song journal, each delightful ditty is sure to have you tapping your toes […]


Youth or Consequences

March 18, 2018 0 Comments

Being a kid is rough. You have to deal with school, peer pressure, college applications, identity crises… And on top of all that, sometimes your parents make you eat broccoli! If that isn’t a cry for suffrage, I don’t know what is! Meet the mindset of adult privilege: the notion that every single thing an […]


Uncanny Valley of the Dolls

February 23, 2018 0 Comments

For some, parenting is the most rewarding thing one could ever hope to experience. Of course, it’s a lot of hard work to raise a baby. They can’t talk, they need fed, they sleep, they throw tantrums, make messes, compel existential dread… Really, it’s actually quite the hassle. Why can’t you just dress them up […]


The Indigolden Girls

January 21, 2018 0 Comments

Indigo Children were born under a lucky star. They were blessed with all the magickal, intuitive powers their New Age Hippie parents could make up. But where are they now? Even though they’re much more special, even Indigo Children have to grow up, into special (pronounced boring), productive (pronounced useless), and highly aware (pronounced absolutely […]


Diet Hard

December 17, 2017 0 Comments

Dieting is hard. There’s a lot of information out there and sometimes it’s hard to parse the useful information from the crackpot diets that only idiots would think would work (I’m looking at you, Paleo). But on one thing we can all agree – having been conditioned for years by BIG SUGAR and that is […]


This Isn’t Even My Final Draft

November 30, 2017 0 Comments

NaNoWriMo, as most of us are aware, stands for National Novel Writing Month. It’s a chance for budding writers and seasoned professionals alike to test their mettle against the prospect of writing a novel-length story before the end of November. Although this sounds like a time where structure and revision are kept to a minimum, […]


Trust Me, I’m Not A Doctor

November 21, 2017 0 Comments

Ever wonder why we have a concept of past and future? Or why sometimes we feel unwell? All too often we rely on “science” and “perception” to answer these questions for us, when really we should be turning to a more holistic, vaguely defined method of interrogation and experimentation. Join us as we read the […]


Ghostride the Dick

October 26, 2017 0 Comments

For Halloween, we wanted to do something scary–and what’s scarier than love? The internet is highly skilled at collecting scintillating stories about demons and spirits who knew how to get it on from the great beyond. These spectral Casanovas have had ecto-encounters with people from all walks of life, spurring responses from ecstacy to moral […]