The Sunday's New York Times's experts at observing trendy trends have uncovered an exhausting development for the working world: "sweatworking," they call it.
If The New York Times is to be believed, groups of co-workers are now bonding by getting together and sharing those trendy all-liquid cleanses, which, if true, strikes us as sort of troubling given the close quarters officemates so often share and the, um, side effects of these diets.
It's doubtful that "being a hipster" ever meant anything, but the ever-lowering standards have made it really easy for hipster to pop up everywhere these days and today's unlikely breed are Hipster Presbyterians, just a week after last week's Hipster Mormons, also from The New York Times.
Hipsters are supposed to be the cool kids, but that's actually not the way it works: anyone can join in.
Whether it's a close shave or a bit of stubble, the "Mad Men" star is your guy
Apparently a lot of women think that looks have more to do with conception than age
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