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A glance at Hollywood or the tabloid aisle makes it clear that Americans love a comeback story. It’s an affection that is maybe exceeded only by our mutually shared and ordinarily nonexclusive loathing of Comic Sans.
Nevertheless, someone has finally come to the defense of the feeble font—video blogger Michael Stevens
. Although he presumably stands alone in his admiration for the typographical nightmare, his nearly 10-minute history
almost convinces me that we’ve been too harsh on this dismal typeface—almost
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Comic Sans may have found love in time for Valentine’s Day, but for the couples featured in the ultimate “movie breakup supercut” from The Huffington Post
, I can only assume that somebody didn’t go to Jared:
Sometimes, it’s a wild fling that leads to a breakup. In the case of Cadbury, however, a fling is simply part of its new Facebook competition
. Extending Valentine’s Day through March, the brand is asking its fans to upload "romantic" photos of themselves and their Creme Eggs to be shared on their wall. (via Creativity