World’s largest aquatic insect has 8-inch wingspan and ‘giant snake-like fangs’
This monster of a bug was recently discovered in a remote area of China’s Sichuan province.
She’s one I think about the most, really. After all, I, along with thousands of other bookish females with a tendency towards blue, have worshipped her every word since finding The Bell Jar in the school library at fifteen. Sylvia! we cry. Oh, there have been armies of us, knobby-elbowed girls poring over her tangled prose while aching away on our twin beds.
Katie Crouch writes about suicide and Sylvia Plath over on Buzzfeed. (The essay was originally published in the journal ZYZZYVA.)
How. How are these even real.
MONDO ANNOUNCES BATMAN 75TH ANNIVERSARY GALLERY SHOW WITH CESAR ROMERO’S MOUSTACHE
Tree planted in memory of George Harrison succumbs to beetle infestation
A banner day for irony turns out to be a not-so-great day for trees dedicated to greenthumbed British rock stars.
Irony is the best.