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9 Television Co-Stars Who Secretly Dated

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The news that the “Big Bang Theory”‘s odd-couple Leonard and Penny were secretly real life lovers has caused quite a(n internet) stir. Kaley Cuoco revealed that she had dated her co-star Johnny Galecki for two-years in secret. “It was such a huge part of my life and no one knew about it,” she said. “We were so protective of ourselves and the show and didn’t want anything to ruin that. But that also made it sad, too. That’s not the kind of relationship I want—I don’t want to be hiding.” Apparently, the couple split up about six months before their characters broke up in the show. I actually secretly love the “Big Bang Theory” and knew they were dating in real life and while I understand their need for privacy, I don’t understand why they keep their relationship a secret from for two years?! [Stupid Celebrities]

I don’t know if it’s to avoid the paparazzi or for sanity’s sake, but secretly dating your co-star seems to be a growing trend and we’ve rounded up some culprits.

Sept. 30: What Are You Wearing Today?

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Oh hey, look, it’s raining again. I decided to show the weather who’s boss by walking out of the house looking like a dumpy librarian, which is also why I did not participate in today’s “What Are You Wearing?” However, loads more stylish staffers did — check out what they’re wearing (and share your duds) after the jump!

10 Celebrities Who Hate Totally Random Stuff

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I can totally respect the fact that everyone has their likes and dislikes, but that certainly doesn’t mean I’m going to spare them if they’re totally wacky. It’s come to our attention that Tori Spelling hates water. Which would maybe explain her low body weight … she’s just ultra-dehydrated! The reality TV star said, “I hate water! I’m never thirsty actually. I don’t drink water.” And not drinking water has another interesting side effect: “I don’t sweat. Isn’t that weird?” Spelling admits that she’ll take a sip of her homemade sparkling water “if I have to.” Yeah, you do kinda have to! It’s our frickin’ life force. Haven’t you seen “Waterworld”?! [People]

Anyway, turns out celebrities are total weirdos who dislike all sorts of random things, so we’ve rounded them up for your amusement!

Mike Sorrentino’s Got A Teeny Tiny Situation

“Let’s just say, I’m thinking of my pinky.”

— Melody Eckerson, a Florida club promoter, on what she saw when Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino dropped his pants during their hookup. She also said of the sexual encounter, “I wouldn’t even call it a one-night stand, because he only lasted a few minutes.” Yikes! Don’t worry, Sitch, it’s all about how you use it — so work on that stamina, buddy. [Star] Keep reading »

Gotta Have It: Robot Hair Washer

So, I hate showering. I find it tedious and boring and it’s hard to do my usual multi-tasking in there. But unfortunately, while I can get away with ye olde whore’s bath on off-shower days, my hair can get a little lackluster. That is why I want, nay, need, this robot hair washer (currently on display at Panasonic’s HQ in Osaka, Japan) installed in my apartment. I could lay there while the robot does its thing on my scalp, my hands free to channel surf, read, masturbate, pet Lucca, and post on The Frisky. The only question is — does it do head massages? Keep reading »

Which Single Woman Stereotype Are You?

In my early 20s, I’d say I was an Organic Slow and Steady. When I was engaged to my fiance, I definitely thought of myself as a Ritual Re-Inventor. And after our breakup? A Phoenix, baby. Nowadays, I’d consider myself an Organic Someday Mom Trailblazer. What the hell am I talking about? These monikers are just some of the 12 “categories of single women” outlined in Michelle Cove’s Seeking Happily Ever After: Navigating the Ups and Downs of Being Single Without Losing Your Mind (and Finding Lasting Love Along the Way). MarieClaire.com has the full list of single woman types and their brief explanations, writing that Cove “interviewed more than 100 women and talked to them about how relationships based on what they think they should want often leave them unhappy. She tried to determine what it was that they truly wanted — in the process, getting readers to think a little more deeply about what their dream relationship might really be like.” Keep reading »

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