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NYMag.com put together a special Twitter Approval Matrix to show where famous oversharers fall on the Insightful, News-Sharing, Insipid, and Navel-Gazing Grid. Many of those the Frisky follows (for research purposes, of course) were included, and, for the most part, we agreed with their assessments. Julia Allison and Spencer Pratt are insipidly navel-gazing? We totes co-sign that tweet! Rachel Maddow is news-sharing and insightful? That’s no surprise. But poor Megan McCain — she’s news-sharing, but despite her best efforts, she’s also insipid. Keep clicking for sample tweets.
Too busy smiling for the paparazzi, I see! [LAX, Los Angeles, 4/29/09] Keep reading »
TyTy’s hair was a total “DO” as she left court after testifying against the man on trial for stalking her. [New York City, 4/29/09] Keep reading »
In the most recent issue of Vice, Chris Nieratko lists 10 inventions he wishes, you know, inventors would make already. He desires a cell phone with lasers, a “titty-milk-catching bag,” and seven others things. That adds up to nine, if you’re counting. The 10th annoyed me.
A Mouthless Woman: A mouthless woman gives me no chance of future blow jobs, but really I have no chance of future blow jobs as it is and my wife has a mouth. But imagine how much quieter the world would be if we could engineer women without mouths.”
Perfect for toting around her dozens of factory made designers puppies. [Los Angeles, 4/28/09] Keep reading »
Womyn and grrls rejoice! Lilith Fair, the music festival featuring female artists, is coming back in 2010! The touring festival, founded by Canadian crooner Sarah McLachlan and named after Adam’s first wife in medieval Jewish legend, originally ran from 1997 to 1999, with some of the proceeds going to women’s charities. It featured a who’s-who of established and up-and-coming female artists: Fiona Apple, Sheryl Crow, Erykah Badu, and Luscious Jackson among them. I never went to Lilith Fair, mainly because there weren’t enough artists on the lineup that I liked to justify the cost, but if McLachlan and her partners invite even a quarter of the female musicians featured in the playlist after the jump, I will totes be in for 2010. Jump to get your lady rocks off. Keep reading »
Yesterday I wrote about a recent trend: More and more dates end in split checks. Several of my married female friends — and their husbands — were dismayed and shocked to hear about this, and so were some of you. Some believe that whoever does the asking should do the paying, while others think the guy should always pick up the check, at least for the first few dates. Recently, I went out with three guys in a row who didn’t pick up the check on the first date, and three is a trend, not a case of bad luck. So, I went to the guys on my IM to find out what the hell is going on. Turns out, I should be dating them. Keep reading »