Throwback Thursday: June 2018
Dads, dogges, and Vuvalini
June 28, 2018 at 9:00 am
Fictional religions, dogges, and that time we asked all of our dads to describe a picture of Cloud Strife and made a quiz out of their responses: we sure have delivered some Hot Content throughout the last few years. Join us to take a look back at some of our favorite pieces from Junes past.
Ashley Franklin made us all cry with this lovely personal essay about traveling to Tokyo with her BFF Deanna. Join us as we reread this piece and continue to cry about friendship.
If Jenny was a cryptid, she’d be one of those floating all-seeing eyes. We are collectively like 40% sure she can actually see the future. No trash dude with a Moleskin can avoid her penetrating gaze.
Earlier this month, Crystal made her POMEmag debut with this rad piece about fictional religions in some of your favorite fantasy genres. Welcome to the POME coven, Crystal!
Truly the greatest and purest of our content: how each of our dads described a picture of Cloud Strife on his motorcycle.
Relive this fourth mini-episode of the Museum of Natural Mystery to rekindle a fear of turtles you never knew you had!
Remember that time CC realized J Law was essentially playing Wolverine in X-Men: Apocalypse? If not, get ready to see a poorly Photoshopped rendition of Oscar Isaac in a Phantom of the Opera mask.
During June 2016, we ran a very special POMEgranate Magazine Beach Episode where we had a lot of feelings and learned about ourselves along the way. You can see the whole Beach Episode lineup for a roster of those summer Emotions.
Jessika brought her cryptid A-game to the party with her piece on five relatives you’ll try to avoid behind the bean dip at your next etherial family reunion.
If you’ve ever been too broke to take a real vacation, get ready for Rachel to drag you to hell with these helpful tips on pretending like you’re having fun and not sitting in a windowless, cubicle-enclosed office.
2015 was such a great year for Film: Jupiter Ascending. Magic Mike XXL. Fury Road. We can hardly believe we experienced all three of those films at all, let alone within a twelve-month timespan.
We certainly hope you’ve enjoyed this trip down memory lane with us. Be sure to join us next month when we take a look back at whatever we were doing last July!