Let’s be real, layovers are pretty boring. Waiting to get from point A to point B is not exactly the most fun part of traveling. However, waiting for your next plane, train, or automobile is the best time to watch that YouTube video everyone is posting on Facebook, catch up on trending news, or discover new music. Where do you even start though? Layover Links is our way of helping you out with that. Here are today’s top links to get you from point A to point B.

How to Rock a 1920s Vampy Pout (Via Haute Talk)

1920s vampy pout

Are you in need of a new go-to pose for photo-ops and selfies? When the duck face just doesn’t cut it anymore, try the “1920s vampy pout,” with a tutorial from Haute Talk.

Breathing Life Into Paris’ Underground (Via Redesign Revolution)

paris metro station

The city of light is about to get a whole lot trendier. Mayoral candidate Nathalie Koziuscot has proposed a number of plans to revamp and re-imagine Paris’ abandoned metro stations. Included in the proposed designs are an art gallery, a swimming pool, a theater, and a nightclub.

5 Classic Cocktails for the Perfect #ThrowbackThursday (Via Bite Size Wellness)

Cosmopolitan

Are you getting a little tired of all the crazy experimental cocktails being served up by mixologists nationwide? Sometimes you just need to go back to the classics, and these 5 recipes from Bite Size Wellness do just the trick.

8 Recipes to Celebrate National Mint Chocolate Day (Via Healthy Way to Cook)

minto chocolate chip ice cream

We all know that mint + chocolate = unbeatable amzingness. But if you’re a little tired of York peppermint patties or mint chip ice cream, try some of these unbelievable recipes for National Mint Chocolate Day.

Jimmy Fallon’s Barbershop Quartet Cover of “Ignition (Remix)” (Via Surviving College)

Jimmy Fallon Barbershop Quartet Ignition Remix Cover

Just when we thought we couldn’t love Jimmy Fallon any more, he comes out with this hilarious cover of the classic “Ignition (Remix).”

Which links helped with your layover?


Tucker is a junior at Fordham University studying Political Science and Art History. He enjoys food, historical nonfiction, and Netflix marathons.

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