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Today in “bitches be crazy!” news: Melanie Snanopoulos, of Long Island, allegedly mowed down her cousin, Giselle Penagos, 21, twice with her van after fighting about a guy. On Sunday, Snanopoulos and Penagos got in a heated fight while driving after Snanopoulos discovered that a man she was interested in had accepted Penagos’ Facebook friend request, but ignored her own. After Snanopoulos pulled over, Penagos jumped out of the van and Snanopoulos followed her. The two fought on the street and then Snanopoulos allegedly hopped back in the van and drove straight into Penagos. She then supposedly reversed and plowed into Penagos for a second time. Over a dude ignoring a friend request? Maybe he just hadn’t gotten around to accepting it yet! Yeesh. Keep reading »
It’s 20 degrees out and you’ve forgotten your gloves again. So typical. Thank goodness your scarf works overtime. Or it would if you owned Wolf & Harrison’s knit scarf with pockets perfect for stuffing your nearly frost-bitten mitts in. Oh crap. Forgot your earmuffs too? No worries, this scarf is long enough to wrap around your ears too. You won’t freeze to death this winter after all.
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Sunday, February 6th is a going to be a big day in the McDonell-Parry household. While all those football fans get themselves all worked up over the Packers and the Steelers, Lucca and I are going to be drooling and squealing and clapping with delight as we watch the Puppy Bowl on Animal Planet. Well, that will be my reaction — Lucca will just be barking at the screen, pissed that these two-dimensional mongrels dare to infiltrate her turf. Anyway, in preparation, I have spent the last half hour drooling and squealing and clapping with delight looking at photos of the 20 puppies in the Puppy Bowl’s starting lineup. After much internal debate, I picked my personal fave — but 19 others are close seconds.
Nineteen-year-old Scout Willis recently sat down with step-dad Ashton Kutcher to perform a song they wrote called “My Sober” for a YouTube vid. It’s a sweet little ditty and I like the simplicity of Scout’s voice over Ashton’s humble guitar strumming, but I’m sort of distracted by the fact that theirs is technically a parent/child relationship. I mean, he looks like he could be her boyfriend or older brother, especially decked out in that football jersey. It weirds me out. [PopEater] Keep reading »