Of course I’ve never been through a breakup that left me feeling like a woman scorned. And I’ve definitely never been so desperate for revenge that I signed my ex up for an extreme kitten lovers email listserv when he hated cats. OK, maybe I did. I’m sorry, I know it’s awful. It was just that it brought me so much joy imagining all the kitten SPAM he would receive at work. Sigh, if only I had the 30-Day Breakup Guide to help me through the hard times. After the jump, some more embarrassing tales of post-breakup revenge. See, I’m not alone. Fess up in the comments, if you dare.
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Sure, we may cry more to our friends, eat more ice cream straight out of the tin, or need to follow a 30-Day Breakup Guide when we end a relationship, but a new study shows that men take breakups harder than women do. Of the 1,000 singles between the ages of 18 and 23 surveyed, it was found that although men appear tougher during a breakup, that they are actually more emotionally vulnerable than women. They just happen to express it differently. Yeah, like by pretending that we no longer exist, which just drives us to be more depressed and eat more ice cream. Why do they do that? Keep reading »
The greatest show on Earth is coming soon to a city near you. No, not the circus, but close. The ladies of the biggest sex scandals this year will be combining their, uh, talents into one stripperfest bonanza. Yup, that’s right. All in one place, you can purchase a ticket to see your favorite mistresses of the year, scantily clad and working it. The mastermind behind this brilliant idea was Gina Rodriguez, aka Demi Delia. She was tired of being known just as David Boreanaz’s former mistress. She had a life before him … as a stripper. Why not get back to her roots? Hence, her big idea: The Girls From The Hottest Scandals of 2010 Show. After the jump, some of the ladies who will be starring in this gem. Sadly, it appears that Rachel Uchitel and Bombshell McGee are too busy to make it. Get your tickets while you still can. Oh, and you might want to bring your Tiger Woods Mistresses trading cards so you can get some autographs. [Celebitchy] Keep reading »
I was LMAO when I discovered SEOLOL, a site that collects the weirdest search engine phrases on the interwebs. I mean, I’ve daydreamed about finding a “magic spell to shut someone up,” but I never thought about doing a Google search for it. Luckily, somebody out there in the universe did. Some of my other faves include “how to use your mind to fight evil” (I wish I knew), “hippo sandwich” (yum or yuck?), and “defonision for woot” (I think you’ll need the urban dictionary for that one). These are so ridiculous I decided to do a little research and find the weirdest search phrases that drove people to The Frisky. After the jump. a few of my favorite search terms that brought people to this site. What were you searching for when you happened upon us, dear readers? Keep reading »
A hospital ER, bridesmaids with casts, blood on gowns and tuxes, a dead groomsmen. I’m thinking that isn’t exactly what 24-year-old Lauren Magee and 23-year-old Tom Hanley of Indiana had envisioned for their wedding day. But yet, it didn’t stop the 100 guests present from being moved to tears as they said, “I do.” Keep reading »
One of the more interesting moments in “Sex and the City 2,” in my opinion, was when Big suggested that he and Carrie spend a couple of nights apart each week. Unlike the really loud women sitting behind me, who started screaming, “What’s that about?” I happen to think that it was a kind of genius idea. This “part-time marriage” thing isn’t something you typically hear about. Since I’ve recently been questioning the concept of monogamy altogether, I think it’s only fair to consider whether this alternative monogamous marriage structure could work. Keep reading »
Listen up, OctoMom: Baby addiction is apparently a real thing. While there is currently no official diagnosis, health professionals are reporting an increase in patients, mostly women, who desperately want to keep having newborns, even when they already have several children. Take U.K. woman Karen Johnston. Eight children was not enough to satisfy her craving for kids. At 54 years old, the self-proclaimed baby addict went through great lengths to have more. I mean, addicts will do anything to get their fix, right? Keep reading »