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Create Your Very Own Baking Shirt

Are you a baking fanatic? Do you dream of towering cakes, breathtaking cupcakes and brownies that are, well, brown? Cookies, cheesecake, doughnuts…baked goods are the best, plain and simple. For many people, baking is a way of life. For others, it’s a comfort.

How Did Your Luck Hold Up on Friday the 13th?

Fire _____ ! Express Disgust for Your Team’s Manager

The 2017 baseball postseason has seen every manager, no matter how long-tenured or successful, the victim of violent fan backlash on Twitter, message boards, and on the street due to a series of high-profile strategic gaffes from all around.

Let’s Get This Party Started!

Today is It’s My Party Day, and while you can cry if you want to, we wouldn't recommend it. Why cry and ruin a party? The classic Leslie Gore track we reference above features the famous refrain “it’s my party and I’ll cry if I want to, cry if I want to.

Hats Off to the Teachers of the World

 

Vinyl Forever – Fight to Keep the Tradition Alive

 

Create Your Own Custom Halloween Costume

Store bought costumes are cheating. There, we said it. If you walk into a Halloween store and buy one of the fake-looking, pre-bagged costumes then you have shelled out a lot of money for no reward. You have put minimal effort and creativity into your costume and other people will know it. Now, that’s not to diss Halloween stores.

Put Put 4 Life

Today is national Miniature Golf Day, and we thought we’d take a moment to recognize the greatness of the ole put put. Mini golf has it all…you get the fun of golf, without having to track down balls on the other side of a field or buy expensive equipment.

Hug Your Hound!

 

Add Some Realism to Your Film Project

Fake brands, bands, and attractions are part of what make fictional works so engrossing. Think Krusty Burger, Alamo Beer, Mouse Rat, or WallyWorld. Quinten Tarantino famously peppers Red Apple cigarets and advertisements in his films. These little details make for great world building.

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