Monthly Archive: May, 2014

Evil Meal

By: Connor Lenahan Of all the things I thought I would be introduced to this summer, a demonic, entirely real Happy Meal box was not one of them. The other day while working… Continue reading


By: Connor Lenahan I’m a creature of habit. When I find something I deem pleasurable I tend to repeat it. This is probably going to lead to my eventual death with the reported… Continue reading

Butterfly In The Sky

By: Connor Lenahan If you don’t grow up with¬†Reading Rainbow¬†you are an evil, soulless monster. Too strong? No. It’s just the truth. In reality, if you grew up in the past twenty or… Continue reading

The Tickler

By: Connor Lenahan Have you ever seen a headline online that was absolute perfection? Like, something so magical that you are praying to you own personal deity that it’s real and not a… Continue reading


By: Connor Lenahan Earlier today I was poking around Facebook when I saw a link to a Boston Herald article in my timeline. In the headline were the words “Marty Walsh,” “sidewalk,” and… Continue reading

Memorial Day

By: Connor Lenahan I took a walk down to the Boston Common today to see the flag garden set up for Memorial Day. It’s highly simplistic as an idea – a field full… Continue reading

Livin’ In The Real World

By: Connor Lenahan The other day while poking around the world wide web I came across the performance above. Paramore, one of my favorite bands, performed their song “Ain’t It Fun” on the… Continue reading

Expanding Vocabulary

By: Connor Lenahan Let’s be real for a second; Urban Dictionary is one of the greatest inventions in the history of the internet. There’s an absurdly high chance that if you are reading… Continue reading

Hello Mutants

By: Connor Lenahan I learned a smart lesson last night: Don’t stay up until 2:20 AM if you have to wake up for a 9 AM shift at work. You will be drowsy… Continue reading

The Door

By: Connor Lenahan I have reached a new level of idiocy. Seriously, this is bad even for me. This summer I am up in Boston working for Boston University. Understandably I am living… Continue reading