Unveiling the new Tales From 3L Hell!

Doesn’t it look great? I love how my new website looks!

There are a few major differences I want to point out.
1. The new theme. It’s a little cleaner than my old one, not to mention it looks more professional.
2. The new search bar. This way, readers are now able to search for a particular post they read.
3. A list of categories. All my old posts have been placed in at least one category, so now readers can click on a particular category to read all the posts from it.
4. A list of the 10 past blogs I followed. The last list was way too long and took up too much room. This new list shows the most recent blogs I followed, so it’ll change pretty frequently.
5. Links to both my twitter and my pinterest accounts. Following me on either of these sites is as easy as 1, 2, 3.

I would love to hear feedback from some of my readers. Do you like the new page? Is there any widget or page you think I should add? Should I add more cowbell?

Thanks for your advice!


Introducing a new feature!

I know I already wrote an entry this week, but I wanted to let everybody know about the new feature on the site: Q&A’s!

The Q&A section is featured right next to the about me button in the top right corner. Go check it out!
I’m always looking to add to it, so send all of your questions to me! talesfrom1lhell@gmail.com

16 Dumb Little Things That Instantly Put You In A Bad Mood

Took a break from studying and found this. It was the little giggle I needed to get through my next class.

Thought Catalog

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1. The fact that hoodies don’t have some sort of guard to prevent the string from going inside of it. You might as well throw it in the trash because you will never see that string again.

2. When someone is taking a picture on a busy street and they stand 20 feet away from the guy with the camera and then act frustrated every time someone walks in front of them. Sorry we didn’t shut down the street for you to take your new Facebook profile picture.

3. When you have some sort of drama going on in your life and people you haven’t talked to in months start texting you like they’re your best friend just so they can find out what’s going on.

4. You’re running late and suddenly the traffic light turns red despite no one else being around. Did a…

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Blackfish *Warning! Not for the faint of heart!*


Hi guys! I’m not sure if I’ve written about anything like this before, but here it goes. . .

I love animals. I really do. I’ve been a vegetarian for three years after taking a philosophy class in college. I refuse to wear leather or fur. I gave up meat for Lent back in high school. My parents rescued our dog from the SPCA. I despise hunting and fishing. Factory farming and the mass production of animals literally disturbs me. I make sure that my makeup and lotions are not tested on animals. I’m also a member of the Student Animal Legal Defense Fund at my school. I don’t mean to sound so gung ho about animals; I enjoy going to zoos and aquariums just like anybody else, but I try to ensure that the zoos and aquariums are treating the animals properly, using donated money for research and rehabilitation and making the animals environment as similar as possible to their habitat in the wild.

When I heard about this documentary called Blackfish, I was intrigued. For those of you who haven’t heard about this documentary directed by Gabriela Cowperthwaite, it’s about SeaWorld and the treatment of Killer Wales in captivity and the possible mental, emotional and physical effects that could take place including violence towards trainers.

One male Orca named Tilikum has killed at least three people in his life. Tilikum is the largest Orca in captivity weighing 12,000 pounds and measuring at 22.5 feet long. At age 31, he is also one of the oldest Orcas in captivity. He is still used in shows, but since his third kill he has been separated from the other Orcas, alone in a pool. His quality of life is gone.

I could write a novel about this documentary, but it’s best if you watch it for yourself and make your own opinions about SeaWorld and animals in captivity.

WARNING: This documentary does show some of the injuries that the whales have received from other whales, along with a whale dragging a trainer to the bottom of the pool. The trainer does survive, but his injuries are shown on camera. Also, this is a delicate subject matter so you could find some of it disturbing.

Please watch this documentary.

27 Simple Things That Every Woman Needs


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1. A pair of jeans that fit you correctly in all the right places, lift the cheeks, and don’t stretch out into sad puffiness within two hours of wearing them.

2. A pair of boots that keep your feet warm and comfortable in the winter without giving you the upside-down corn dog look of Uggs.

3. Your signature scent. (But let’s be clear, perfume is expensive as hell, and no one should be expected to pay for that shit. Get your perfume sample game to the level where you are going six months deep on samples from ONE Sephora. I smell like Flowerbomb for zero dollars, AND I can carry it in my makeup bag with ease.)

4. A favorite book that you can always grab and re-read an excerpt from while curled up in bed. (Mine is Neither Here Nor There by Bill Bryson…

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