The Friday Roundup: It Happened This Week On The Frisky

Man, this week was a downer! Senator Ted Kennedy, a champion of women’s rights, passed away. Chris Brown avoided jail time for beating the crap out of Rihanna. Someone thought it’d be a good idea for Kate Gosselin to host “The View.” And teenagers in Phoenix did some nasty things with tampons and alcohol.

At least Anna Wintour nailed her “Letterman” interview. (Yay, “The September Issue” is out tonight! Well, in New York, anyway.) After the jump, see what else happened this week on The Frisky!

  • We sucked on after-dinner nipple mints.
  • We told dudes why we don’t want second dates, and learned why we didn’t get a second date, either.
  • We talked about the Great Black Hair Debate.
  • We gawped at the woman born with two vaginas, two uteri and two cervixes!
  • We eagerly awaited Chuck Bass kissing another dude on an upcoming episode of “Gossip Girl.”
  • We rolled our eyes at Chris Brown’s new single, “Changed Man.”
  • We threw up in our mouth a little when we watched the trailer for Tucker Max’s movie, “I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell.”
  • We saw a pic of Kirsten Dunst dressed up like a human anime character, which surely excites men whose sole contact with females is through manga.
  • We asked “The Real World” to cool it with the threesomes already.
  • We prayed to God that MTV wouldn’t ruin the British show, “Skins,” which it’s currently developing.
  • …and we asked celebs to shut up about their cellulite.
  • We wondered if it’s just for judges in Michigan to force Muslim women to remove their veils.
  • We pondered the longest acceptable amount of time we could go without washing our bras.
  • We considered a glamping trip—that’s glamorous camping, dah-ling.
  • We confessed that pretty women can be difficult to be friends with because they’re used to getting what they want from people.
  • And last but not least, we spent our Friday afternoon watching adorable clips of puppies, kitties, bunnies, ferrets and guinea pigs yawning!