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Nicole Kidman’s Top 10 (Maybe) Kinkiest Sexual Fetishes

Yesterday, we shared Nicole Kidman‘s revelation that she’s gotten kinky in the past and “explored strange sexual fetish stuff.” Now curiosity has gotten the better of us and we are dying to figure out what Nicole’s fetishes are. And by ‘figure out,’ I mean ‘come up with outlandish and sometimes hilarious suppositions loosely based on her career and personal life.’ Check out our theories after the jump. Keep reading »

William Shatner Reads Levi Johnston’s Twitter


My weird obsession with Levi Johnston has only been made that much more die-hard ever since I discovered his Twitter. Unfortunately, Levi recently made his feed private (unlike his soon-to-be-seen wang), but not before my beloved Captain Kirk William Shatner got a hold of the best ones for a reading on “Late Night With Conan O’Brien.” Keep reading »

This Look Is Not, And Never Will Be, Attractive

I need to get something off my chest. I hate this GUESS ad. I hate it because it features a rather attractive guy wearing what could only be described as a “denim duster coat” with bleach spots. It is perhaps the most hideous ensemble I have ever seen on a dude, like something out of Justin Timberlake’s closet circa 1998. Every time I see this ad — and I see it a lot because it is running in all the current fashion, women’s, and gossip magazines — I want to take my thumb and stab holes through the paper. Why is GUESS still around as a company? Who shops there? What man shops there? Can someone please tell me? Keep reading »

“Let’s Go A-Rod! And Then We Can Have Nap Time!”

Kate Hudson cheers on her boyfriend, Alex Rodriguez, as he and the New York Yankees won the World Series last night. Nap time, by the way, is Kate’s code for “sex.” [NYC, 11/4/09] Keep reading »

Rihanna Says She Couldn’t “Be Responsible For Going Back” To Chris Brown


The first part of Diane Sawyer’s interview with Rihanna aired on “Good Morning America” today and her admissions about the abuse she suffered at the hands of ex-boyfriend Chris Brown were far beyond what she acknowledged in her interview with this month’s Glamour. Tearing up at one point, Rihanna explained to Sawyer that after the abuse — one out of “eight or nine” separate times he hit her — became public knowledge she felt ashamed that everyone now knew the “type of person” she was in love with. “I stayed. I even went back after he beat me, which was wrong,” she said. “But again … I’m a human being and people put me on a very unrealistic pedestal. And all these expectations, I’m not perfect.” Still, it was those expectations that eventually motivated her to leave. Keep reading »

Quote Of The Day: Robert Pattinson On Being A Tween Model

“I peaked at 12. There are so many photos from that time where I look unbearably awkward. I’d just be looking in random directions and stuff.”

– Robert Pattinson on his modeling roots in Harper’s Bazaar [ONTD] Keep reading »

The Fantasy Boyfriend Report

This week has been a great one for my fantasy boyfriends Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Ryan Gosling and thus it’s been a great week for me too. Let’s get to the big news:

The only that would make both of these pieces of news even better is if Ryan got tapped to host “SNL” the week after JGL and JGL was cast in “The Wettest Country in the World” (replacing that douche, Shia LaBeouf, Ryan’s current co-star). Make it happen, universe! Keep reading »

Shun, Shag, Or Marry: The New York Yankees Versus The Philadelphia Phillies

Tonight, my friends, is game six of the World Series, aka the night the Yankees could win it all. To be completely honest with you, I couldn’t give a damn about baseball and have never watched a full game in my life. However, I recognize that the game involves hot, illusive men in tights who do heroic things, so I’ll take a gambit at making potentially fakelife-altering decisions and choose which of the Yankees and which of the Phillies I would shun, shag, and marry. Keep reading »

How Singer/Songwriter Chris Garneau Helped Me Through My Mom’s Battle With Cancer


I vividly remember the best and worst night of my year. As Barack Obama cheered “Yes, We Can,” my mother was absent-mindedly thumbing what we all agreed was a lump on her chest. I took comfort in the fact that she said it hurt—cancer doesn’t hurt. She’ll be fine, I thought. But as we toasted champagne and hugged each other for Obama’s victory, with brows slightly furrowed, I prayed for my mother, my strong and stubborn mother. I didn’t go with her to the doctor—my father did. I probably slept until noon, which was a common occurrence since I’d just driven all my belongings and my cat 1,991 miles from New York City to Santa Fe in three days. I was jobless, tentatively moving to Los Angeles in a few months and had no idea what I was doing with my future. And it turned out that my 58-year-old mother, my best friend and deepest confidant, had breast cancer. Keep reading »

What If Having Sex Made You Lose Your Memory?

What if you woke up one morning in bed, lying next to your loving husband/boyfriend/whatever, and didn’t have any concept of what day, month, or, hell, year it was? And what if you found out, after being rushed to the doctor, that the reason for your short-term memory loss was that you had sex the night before? I dunno about you, but it would freak me the eff out. According to an article on CNN, “for decades, doctors described cases of a rare neurological condition that usually occurred in patients over age 50. Neurologists noted that patients knew their identities, but couldn’t retain recent memory, where they were and how they got there. They showed no other symptoms.”

They now have a name for this condition — transient global amnesia (TGA) — and sex is one of the primary triggers. People with this condition lose their ability to retain immediate memories after engaging in strenuous activity — like bumping uglies, working out, or even submerging themselves in hot or cold water. “The unifying thing about each of them is they produce a sudden and significant change in blood flow,” Dr. Louis Caplan, professor of neurology at Harvard Medical School, told CNN. Keep reading »

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