- Never wrote about entrepreneurship
- Haven’t worked for Urlesque for over two years
- Urlesque hasn’t existed for over two years, typing Urlesque.com even redirects you to Huffington Post Comedy
- We never would have run what you sent us
- Because it’s just a list of things businesses could put in their Pinterests. It’s insultingly stupid (you suggest that fashion entrepreneurs post “fashion trends”) and is completely outside the purview of the dead site you’re spamming
- I’m doing great, thanks for asking!
Krampus season is coming! ‘Tis nearly the season for roaming the streets dressed as ferocious, hairy, horned, snarling, tongue-waggling beasts in order to frighten all the naughty little children into behaving themselves. So grab that awesome Krampus costume from your costume closet and get yourself down to Los Angeles for the first annual Krampusfest. The 2013 Krampusfest festivities start on December 5th continue through December 21st.
"Conceived by the Cacophony Society, the festival features a public Krampus Run, the Krampus Ball, art exhibitions, and the Krampus Rumpus, with other events being added as they are organized. Many events will feature the Krampus LA Troupe in their elaborate costumes. Participants are also encouraged to dress as Krampus for the events.”
If you haven’t got a Krampus costume, you can always order one of our limited edition 2013 Krampus Sweaters and proudly cheer on the Krampusse from a safe distance. (Those chains and birch branches really smart.)
Have yourself a merry little krampus, folks. — Gavia.
Excitement for Krampus Run ruined when I imagine 2016, when generic-Irish-pub-hopping swillbags explode across the city, spanking strangers and waggling their prosthetic tongues through their peace-sign finger-pussies.
“The joke is: a deranged person is obsessed with the question ‘what if Seinfeld was still on TV’. That’s it. But I want to play that note on every instrument available. I’ll play it in every octave, I’ll play it flat, sharp, in every harmony and chord, I am going to play the shit out of this one fucking note.”
“The new game of Emulation - Designed for the Amusement of Youth of both Sexes and calculated to inspire their Minds with an Abhorrence of Vice and a Love of Virtue”
There’s a copy of this at the current excellent NYPL exhibit on the history of children’s literature. I didn’t realize there were already specific branded board games as early as 1804, though it makes sense that they were morality plays.