Kelly Wallace-Barnhill is a comedy writer, performer, yoga teacher, and cat enthusiast. You've seen her in "Timber: The Series", your Tinder feed, and most recently in the back row of a hot yoga class sweating and crying into her mat. She likes to laugh and hopes she makes you do that too because it's all she has left.
Six Spring Divorce Court Looks Guaranteed To Give Him Full Custody
If the nanny isn’t watching these kids YOU shouldn’t have to. Check out our divorce court wardrobe advice and make sure HE gets custody.
A Day In The Life: 18 Hours With Rami Malek (Before He Escaped)
We followed Rami Malek around to see what he gets up to, and then kidnapped him!
Fetish Of The Month: Objectophilia
People are fickle and disappointing, but objects last forever.
Kelly Tries It: DIY Fecal Transplant
Better safe than sorry! Time to replace all my poop with someone else’s poop!
Keep Your Newborn Baby Relevant With These Creative Celebrity Life Hacks
Blue Ivy. Baby Jessica. The weirdly sexualized Coppertone toddler being molested by a dog. These iconic cover-babies didn’t become household names by accident. (Well, Baby Jessica falling into the well was probably an accident, but it got her international attention!) Unfortunately, as these babies get older and less squishy, they tend to fall off the […]
Taking Your Daughter On Vacation, No Matter What the Judge Says
Have you and your daughter been drifting apart? Growing up is tough and can put a strain on a mother-daughter relationship, as can the mania and depression caused by your bipolar disorder. What better way to bridge the divide than to whisk her away on the tropical road trip of a lifetime! Sure, you could […]
A Beginner’s Guide To Having A Wiccan Girlfriend
Welcome to The Beginner’s Guide to [Blank], our recurring series where our experts provide everything you need to know about your new endeavor, regardless of what it is. Life is full of exciting opportunities, and while it’s fine to tackle a new adventure on your own, we here at Bunny Ears know that it’s better […]
Vegas On A School Teacher’s Budget
Despite all the glitz and glamour that comes to mind when you think of Las Vegas, the truth is you don’t have to be a high-roller to have a memorable Vegas experience! I recently visited Sin City with my best gal pals from Backwood Pines Middle School to bring you this insider’s guide to an […]
Detox From Your Las Vegas Weekend With These Home Remedies
Sometimes what happens in Vegas doesn’t stay in Vegas. (We’re looking at your tummy, Susan!)
Spice Up Your Seder With These Passover-Themed Sex Tips
Ah, Passover. That magical time of year when we celebrate the emancipation of the Israelites from slavery in Egypt some 3300 years ago by eating bitter herbs and bland crackers. Like most good Jewish holidays, it’s filled with wine, food, family and stories of great suffering. But while you can’t do much to spice up […]
7 Things You Should Hide From Your Kids Instead Of Eggs This Easter
Easter is the time of year when we celebrate the murder of Jesus – and how he miraculously crawled out of his grave like nothing ever happened – by pretending a giant rabbit broke into your backyard and laid pastel eggs all over the place. None of this makes any sense so we suggest you […]
Best Reasons To Stop Editing Your Text Messages
Have you ever noticed how much time is wasted writing a post or composing the perfect text message? Half the time you’re hitting the damn delete button, rewriting sentences that your phone tries to ruin by changing “fucking” to “ducking” and “seriously” to “seruslkljflskl” or whatever other bullshit tactics it has devised to destroy your […]
You Have To Try This Amazing Mac and Cheese Recipe
I don’t remember why I walked into the Barnes and Noble that day. Maybe it was because it was raining and I didn’t have an umbrella. I never have an umbrella when I need one; You always thought that was a charming idiosyncrasy, but I think it belies a naivety – an unpreparedness for the […]
Color Of The Month: Dandelion (In Memoriam)
Hi Everyone! I’m Dandelion, but you can call me Dan D., and I’m your Color of the Month! (In Memoriam) That’s right, I don’t exist anymore, according to Crayola. According to my former employer, I “retired” last year. Bullshit. I was replaced, after 27 years of dedicated service to the crayon industry, by some young […]
How I Used Yoga (And Journaling) To Channel My All-Consuming Rage
Bunny Ears Editor-In-Chief Shawn DePasquale asked me to attend several yoga classes after I complained that I was feeling very stressed out. The one caveat was that I had to purchase a journal and record my thoughts on the process. So I bought this $375 handmade large luxury leather-bound journal to record my insights that […]