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AS AN ALTERNATIVE, BUY THE REAL THING FROM AMAZON FOR 60 CENTS AN OUNCE, AND SMEAR A DAB BEHIND YOUR EARS AND NECK. THE EAU USUALLY STAYS ON OUR HANDS FOR ABOUT THREE DAYS, SO YOU SHOULD BE SET FOR WHATEVER EXCITEMENT THE EVENING HOLDS IN STORE FOR YOU
This outfit is peddling the essence of Play-Doh in a cologne spray, for "highly creative people" who have hopefully come up with different means of attracting people to them than their scent.
NORMALLY, WE'D MAKE SOME SNIDE REMARK ABOUT THE ANONYMOUS MOMS WHO TROLL URBANBABY'S MESSAGE BOARDS AT ALL HOURS, SEEDING PANIC AND INSECURITY IN THEIR PEERS, BUT WE'RE GOING TO REFRAIN. BECAUSE WE'RE NOT ANONYMOUS. AND THEY SCARE THE CRAP OUT OF US.
If you live out of town, and you're curious as to what parenting is like in the big city (that is, the Upper East Side), New York magazine this week takes you on a guided tour of the complicated psyche of the typical (upper-class) Manhattan mother, via her UrbanBaby.com postings. Brace yourself: Her husband's cheating on her. Her toddlers are pissing her off. And she's just about ready to sodomize the nanny in the Starbuck's john.
HER APPLICATION ESSAY BLEW YOUR KID'S TALE OF HELPING OUT AT THE FOOD BANK A COUPLE OF AFTERNOONS A WEEK OUT OF THE WATER
The New York Sun has the amazing story of incoming MIT full-boat scholarship freshman Cristen Chinea, whose mother spent years as a public drunk in Union Square Park.
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It's becoming a theme here this week, but the US Postal Service has unveiled another cool set of stamps for the summer: DC Comics heroes. But while it's cool to see Plastic Man, one of the funkiest heroes of all time, immortalized on postage, you realize that when you've got to call on Supergirl and Hawkman to fill out your roster of 10 characters, DC's stable of heroes just isn't so deep. Still, fun stuff.
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