First there was the announcement that Lisa Frank was releasing an adult coloring book. Then not long after that, they announced a Lisa Frank clothing line. In other words, ’90s girls are freaking out and trying to decide how to fuel their colorful obsession.
Have no fear, my Frank-loving friends. Here are a selection of items that prove you’re never too old to add color into your life.
With roughly 12.3 bazillion different products out there for you to buy, companies spend a lot of money in an attempt to get you to buy their stuff instead of the lame crap someone else might be offering (at least that’s probably what they would call it, as I cannot confirm said lameness).
But marketing can be expensive, which is where guerrilla marking comes in. And no, this does not involve apes, as the name might suggest. Instead, it involves getting creative by spending less money and instead investing in creativity.
You have to admit — some of these are pretty great.
And ready to mingle.
Feeling a little bit fruity?
It’s been suggested that the Target bullseye is a hypnotic way to draw you into the store so you can spend money on things you didn’t even know you didn’t need but want. In other words, spending less than $100 a trip is basically like climbing an economic Everest.
But if you’re a fan of the store, you’re not alone, and these tweets will speak to the depths of your shopping soul.
You always need a cart. Always.
Not only is Disney World one of the happiest places on Earth, but it also turns out that it’s one of the most interesting.
You might think you know everything about the park in Orlando, Florida, but do you know how much the first ticket cost? How much Coca-Cola is consumed there each year?
You will after you read this post, so let’s enter the magical gates…
There are about 74,000 cast members in Central Florida.
And for the record, people who work for Disney World are not called employees; they are called cast members and must always be in character when on duty.
Growing up, who could resist the urge to stick out your tongue and catch a bubble or two? Unfortunately, the soapy result was often enough to turn you off — until now, thanks to edible bubbles from BubbleLick.
Edible bubbles aren't really a new thing, but bubbles you can add flavoring to yourself — including alcohol — are, and they'll make you feel like a kid again.
It was actually kids that helped come up with the idea, namely two children who live in Houston – brother and sister team Rilina P. Tran, 10, and Dylan P. Tran, 8.
While people joke about how it’s expensive to be a woman, there is actual proof to back up that statement.
What’s a “pink tax?” That would be a surcharge in which women are sometimes charged more than men are charged for many products, and it happens from birth until those golden years.
Of course that doesn’t mean women have to buy those products and can sometimes buy the “male” versions, but the fact that it exists is still an issue, as you can see with the below examples.
But have no fear! There are also five examples in which men are expected to pay more.
You’re probably still trying to recover from the announcement that Lisa Frank is releasing adult coloring books, but buckle up because she’s back with another offering that might shake up your bank account — a line of wearable products.
That's right. The brand announced via Instagram that they've launched a clothing line available from RageOn that you can already buy.
They’re offering everything from crop tops and tees to leggings and dresses, all priced between $25 and $60.
Here are a few of the items:
If you’ve ever come home at the end of a long day and thought, “I wish I could have a cocktail at the push of a button — no mixing, no small talk, no wait at the bar,” then, my friend, you are in luck.
Meet Somabar, the world’s first app-controlled robotic bartending appliance created for the home kitchen.
So what is this winey wizardry, you ask?
Summer is in full swing, and with that means the scorching rays of the sun and (hopefully) repeated applications of sunscreen.
And while you can protect yourself with hats and sunglasses, it can be hard to remember to keep reapplying the lotion — especially if you have kids who really couldn't care less.
But wait! What’s that in the sky? A bird? A plane? It is a bird, but…