Cameron Simcik is a graduate of Bucknell University. She has written for Her Campus and is currently the Philadelphia Travel City Editor for The Daily Meal and a contributing writer for TheFW and GuySpeed.
Movember might be long over, but that doesn't mean we're still not mustache fans. We're actually dedicated, year-round fans of the crumb catchers, so it's always exciting to discover another 'stache trend on the Web.
Snow is one of the greatest inventions of good ol' Mother Nature. Sure it can be a pain sometimes, but the stuff is also really cool! Take making awesome snowmen, for example. Can you do that with rain? Wind? Sunshine? No, because snow rules.
Recently, we've noticed a dramatic increase in the amount of people using and/or talking about Sriracha sauce, a spicy concoction made from chili peppers, vinegar, salt, sugar and garlic which has been one of our favorites for a long time. Awesome, welcome to the club, everyone.
We like to think man is a talented species. For starters, we're capable of eating Denny's entire 'Hobbit' menu in 19 minutes flat and dominating in ping pong sans arms. There's no better male ego boost than to reminisce over such accomplishments. It turns out our hairy ancestors are talented too.
It's hard to believe 2012 is coming to an end, and we're gearing up for another year of photobombing, pranking and costuming our pets. We have a feeling 2013 will bring even more hilarity and entertainment, so ringing in the new year is definitely a cause for celebration. This usually involves party hats, tons of noisemakers and a bit of prep, like any sort of holiday.
It's hard to believe the holidays have come and gone in a matter of weeks, which means all of a sudden our "binge eating" is going to be frowned upon. It also means it's time to think about taking down our festive decorations. This can be a bummer not only because it's like getting rid of all seasonal cheer, but we also haven't the slightest idea how to get rid of our Christmas trees. Luckily, we've discovered a step-by-step instructional guide that walks us through this process in a painless manner.
We're going to make a pretty huge statement right now ladies and gents, so brace yourselves: photobombing is hands down the best way to capture any sort of moment. Ruining a picture with that unexpectedly hilarious face or the addition of a random stranger in a photo simply adds that extra oomph needed to bring a picture to the next level. Plus, it's just funny stuff.
Some pretty stupid (and wildly entertaining) stuff can go down when alcohol is involved, like going on an airport joyride while wasted. It's not the smartest thing to do, but it happens. There's also the embarrassing drunk scenarios, like the one with this dude from Florida.
Woman can make anything look good. This is particularly true when said women are either displaying their rack loudly and proudly, or just plain nude. Remember when Coco made Hurricane Sandy look awesome? We rest our case. These days, the Chinese are jumping on the bandwagon, using babes of the naked variety to sell cars. We can't believe it took this long for them to finally respond to our letter-writing campaign.
Happy December 21st, ladies and gents! It's a fine, fine day due to three very important factors-- the world hasn't ended yet and it's Friday. Jackpot! What makes today even greater though is that it's the Winter Solstice, AKA the time when days finally start getting longer. It's exciting, trust us.
Yes, it's true we're borderline obsessed with dressing up our dogs (and any other animal for that matter), from the hilarious for Halloween to festive garb for Christmastime. But can you blame us? Pets are, like, 10,000 times cuter when clothing is involved.
While we're usually to blame for starting up said shenanigans, recently we've seen something strange happening-- animals are beginning to get in on the action all by themselves (or so we say). The latest ones to do this? Dapper dogs.
You know that whole "trust fall" game where you fall backwards into someone's arms and he or she saves you from a bad fall that would bruise your behind for weeks to come? It's an exercise that's supposed to increase...well, trust. Recently though, we've discovered that this so-called game isn't all that fun anymore. In fact, we're beginning to question whether or not this "trust fall" fail thing is becoming a trend.
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