It was so chaotic. (Warning: contains spoilers.)
“I drive a nice car. People assume my husband bought it for me.”
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Though the concept of the show continues to be absurd, I can't stop watching.
The fights are longer, the body counts are higher, the opponents are even more powerful, and I am so here for it.
Though many Gen Z adults still prefer other forms of payment over credit cards, companies are launching new credit card programs that incentivize young people to use credit cards for their rent and other large expenses.
Single women own about 10.7 million homes in the US — that’s more than single men.
Layoffs at some of the country’s most prestigious companies are the latest sign that no one’s job is ever really safe.
“[I] did not anticipate the amount I would receive,” the Korean American reality star said in an Instagram story.
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From that HBO zombie series everyone keeps talking about to Ali Wong and Steven Yeun's dark Netflix comedy.
This high-octane thriller about a cocaine-addicted bear thrives on absurdity.
(Warning: Contains spoilers.) The participants on this Korean competition show approach their arduous tasks with collegial spirit. They’re also very hot.
The idea that anyone actually could find true love at a boozed-up party house is absurd. Yet with Perfect Match, Netflix asks its cast to try — again.
Consider switching to other forms of payment, tracking and adjusting your spending, budgeting for things you enjoy, and seeking your friends’ support to stick with a repayment plan.
“I didn’t know that you could tear at the top of your vagina. I would have appreciated more information while I was pregnant.”
The latest installment of the Netflix reality show presents a worldview in which upward mobility, which is critical to so many Asian Americans, is gauche.
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It can feel so silly to try to save for the distant future in times like this, but everyone tells you to never touch your retirement savings.
From SZA's new album to some underrated HBO and Netflix comedy specials, here is some pop culture stuff to get into.