Friday, August 24, 2007

Wait, Is This Ironic? 

Oh man. The commentary is all kinds of amazing. Wait for it.

(Thank you Gothamist)

Thursday, August 23, 2007


When you have to ask the three year old which way to put on his nighttime diaper, and then he has to show you the correct way to fasten the tabs, which turns out, are velcro.

Who knew?

Monday, August 20, 2007

Camping for Dummies 

Ladies and Gents, let FAB introduce Glamping*, or, uh, glamorous camping. To us regular folk, that's camping for the ridiculously and stupidly rich (or magic folk). Now you don't have to bother with the pesky task of making s'mores yourself. Glamping comes with a personal chef! And a butler!
"Many people are glamping. I'd say the more sophisticated traveler who wants something different, something a little more meaningful. They want to get back in touch with nature, but they certainly don't want to have to go out hiking in the woods to do it."

For serious! The lady in the video actually said that.

*So, aside from the seriously derisive chuckle this gave us and that disgusting feeling of smug superiority, is any one else irritated by the alarming proliferation of cutesy hybrid names (Hi Brangelina!!) by shamelessly lazy (or cutesy) bloggers and freelancers such as, well, FAB?

Wednesday, August 15, 2007


FAB shall be closely monitoring the outcome of this scientific study.
Like Gridskipper's Chris Mohney , FAB is also partial to the artificial orange yumminess of the original Kraft version and, try as we might, have never really taken to the much-lauded organic Annie's variety, despite enticing shapes such as Bunnies(!) and the like.
And all this talk of mac 'n' cheese reminds us, certain friends of ours are partaking in the Munchy Macaroni 'n' Cheese Fritters at FAB Atlanta fave Agnes & Muriels. Beware, "friends" if you do not bring some of the aforementioned fritters back with you to New York to share with those less fortunate than you, we may have to seriously reevaluate our relationship.

Tuesday, August 14, 2007


Monday, August 06, 2007

Cats Vs. Galoshes, A Narrative in Pictures 

Wednesday, August 01, 2007

Something Free Just for You 

Listen up New York City rockstars, The Deli Magazine has just launched free online listings for NYC-based musicians. It's like Craigslist except much much better. You can search by genre or instrument! No stupid spam! Check out the music without opening the ad! Secure! Fewer assholes just trying to get laid!
If you're not familiar with The Deli Magazine, it is a magazine for and about New York City indie rock musicians. If you can happen to scam an actual copy at your neighborhood venue, pat yourself on the pack. They're free and practically limited edition. The magazine's website is quickly becoming the go-to resource for the city's many, many, many, many musicians and would-be musicians (Hi Williamsburgers!). FAB definitely recommends checking it oot.

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