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To be perfectly honest, I don’t actually know what distinguished a “rucksack” from a “backpack” other than a rucksack looks like something you would wear to hold your things while you ride an elephant on safari. Also, I think there is always some aspect of closure that requires cinching, rather than merely buckling or zipping. And lastly, backpacks are dorky and rucksacks are cool. This has been your fashion accessories lesson for the day. Keep clicking for 10 cute rucksacks…
At first glance, I couldn’t tell who this was a photo of. The major bangs, vacant, heavily made-up eyes, and pointy lined lips threw me off — and creeped me out a bit. Turns out, this is a photo of Paris Hilton from the new issue of V — and the rest of the images are just as strange. Check ‘em out after the jump — did you recognize Paris or do you think she looks like someone (or something) else? [ONTD] Keep reading »
It’s another steamy day in New York, which means each of us is rocking a dress or skirt — it’s just not the day for sticky denim. Keep clicking to find out what we’re wearing and to see a very special guest. (FYI, Ami is MIA because she’s on vacay — and, in the future, we will also occasionally include regular contributors like Annika and Winona.) Oh, and don’t forget to tell us what YOU are wearing in the comments!
I admitted last week that after several months of no exercise, I’ve gotten a little flabby. Since I’m not the most creative person when it comes to fitness, I asked you to give me your easy, fuss-free exercise tips. Many of you suggested I begin running or walking, instead of working out in the small inside space I have available. You’ve definitely convinced me to use the several-miles long park that is right across the street from my home. But what were some of Frisky readers’ other creative tips? Keep reading »
Ugh, this is such an awful story. A 39-year-old father took his son to a Texas Rangers baseball game in Arlington, TX, last night, and when outfielder Josh Hamilton (left) tossed him a foul ball, he fell 20 feet to his death trying to catch it. A man sitting near Shannon Stone tried to grab him by the leg as he fell over the railing, but wasn’t able to keep ahold of him. “He went straight down,” Ronnie Hargis said. “I tried to grab him, but I couldn’t. I tried to slow him down a little bit.” Keep reading »