Pinterest continues to be a really good example of a really great idea that's really poorly executed.
Not the typical look at social media. Parents of older kids, do you agree?
I'm not one to resort to violence, but if you pay $1,000 for an iphone, you should be punched in the face.
For me, it's more like "Work is where the WIFI is"
I wonder how much I'd have to pay this Jake Paul kid to make a video about cleaning your room or reading a book.
This is the closest Pinterest has ever gotten with these kind of notifications. Usually they are crazy topics that I care nothing about.
Now if they'd just give the ability to rearrange pins within a board, we'd be 💯
If you need me, I'll be over here reading Shakespeare, eating spinach salads, and drinking Baybreezes. #IWish
I love a good gif as much as the next guy (also clearly love alliteration), but I feel like this is gonna get old, fast.
Best thing I've seen all week.
I feel like I could tag so many people who would appreciate this, but I don't want to blow your cover.
It really really seems like having a crazy annoying voice is a prerequisite for having a successful YouTube kids channel.
AHHH SHUT UP
I clicked on this one time and now it's the side ad in every single site I visit.
Lulu's. Please. This is adorable, but would look awful on me. Stop showing it to me. I'm not your buyer.
(I'm sure posting it will not help my cause at all haha but still...)
With a love of children and a passion for reading and writing, Kelly decided to share her experiences with others through the pages of the Crib Notes book and site.
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