Well, internet. Let’s quit while we’re ahead, shall we? Or-GOS-ms don’t get more powerful than this. If you can handle it, check out one more photo of Ryan Gosling holding a baby after the jump. [Celebuzz] Keep reading »
What’s better than one Ryan Gosling? Two! My chances of making him my real boyfriend instead of just my dream celebrity boyfriend would double if only this Esquire cover was a reality. Sigh. [Crushable] Keep reading »
Happy Hump Day! I have a migraine! Maybe looking at pretty pictures of The Frisky’s staff’s outfits will make me feel better … nope. Didn’t work. Oh well. Click onward to see what we’re wearing!
This is a rather exciting day for me because I am not in the office, which means I have no clue what everyone is wearing today. I get to find out with the rest of you! It’s like in Us Weekly, when there’s a photo of Keanu Reeves eating a yogurt alongside a caption that reads, “Keanu eats yogurt — JUST LIKE US!” only it’s “Amelia has no idea what The Frisky staff is wearing — JUST LIKE US!” Anyway. Keep clicking to see what Kate, Ami, and Julie are wearing!
Ughhhhh, he is infuriating, I thought as I scanned Paul*’s Facebook page. There were new status messages — “carboloading” — a recent video of him performing, and links to new posts on his blog. Facebook told me what parties Paul had recently attended and which ones he had just RSVP’d to; it told me “Paul and So-and-So are now friends” and that new friend made a reference to how great it was to meet him. I felt my mouth puckering in the way that my friend Erin refers to as “Cat Ass” — tight and pissed. I wanted to scream expletives at him, eviscerate his ego, slap him, do something to show him just how hurt I was. Instead, I took a deep breath and clicked the window closed. You’ve moved on, Amelia, I thought. You’re over him. You realized you deserved way better than what he could possibly give. There’s no point in being angry. Keep reading »
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It’s baaaaaack! Everyone’s favorite trashy Monday night TV show, “Bachelor Pad,” is back for its second season. In case you need a refresher, here’s the premise: 18 former contestants on ABC’s “Bachelor” and “Bachelorette” series, living in a house together, having their lives taped, to find out what happens when people stop trying to fall in love and instead focus on winning money. Greed! Hookups! Tears! The good, the bad, and the ugly of what happened in the first episode — which was a revoltingly jam-packed three hours — after the jump …
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