“I think people honestly just want to see me as a mom and married and barefoot and pregnant in the kitchen … And I just want to say, ‘Everybody, relax! It’s going to happen.’ “
– Jennifer Aniston on the public’s hopes and dreams for her. That’s a very “Just Go With It” attitude, Jen. Did you all copy that? Leave Jennifer alone with your expectations for her life. Her time to be barefoot and preggo in the kitchen will come. [People] Keep reading »
For the happiest morning ever … (Slightly NSFW, after the jump…) Keep reading »
This Valentine’s Day, I think it’s important to pay tribute to all those spurned film lovers out there who didn’t get the boy or girl of their dreams. Some of them made music about it, some of them got sweet revenge, and some went on to find another. However they handled their heartbreak, we remember them. Click through to see our favorite spurned lovers in films.
“I feel like she’s black. I’m black and I’m her mother and I believe in the one-drop theory. I’m not going to put a label on it. I had to decide for myself and that’s what she’s going to have to decide – how she identifies herself in the world. And I think, largely, that will be based on how the world identifies her. That’s how I identified myself. But I feel like she’s black.”
– Halle Berry on daughter Nahla’s race in Ebony magazine. For those of you who are not familiar, the one-drop theory is that people with partial amounts of African ancestry are considered black. The origins of the term are interesting. The one-drop rule was passed in many states in the 1920s, saying that people with one-eighth to one-quarter of African ancestry (depending on state law) could be considered legally white. This quote from Halle is particularly timely, as sources told TMZ that her ex and baby daddy, Gabriel Aubry — with whom she’s engaged in a bitter custody fight — “would go nuts” when she referred to Nahla as black. [Celebitchy] Keep reading »
We recommend she seek treatment immediately. [Buzzfeed] Keep reading »
I think this dog’s gonna turn out to be unavailable, but you can’t blame a squirrel for trying. [Telegraph] Keep reading »
Not all of us are gifted at the art of gift-gving. Some of us are lazy and/ or poor. Some of us live by the motto, “It’s the thought that counts.” As in, we thought about getting you a gift, but we just didn’t get around to it. If you are one of those someones (like me), click through to see some stellar (read as easy and inexpensive) Valentine’s Day gift ideas.