When all it takes is a drop to feel like a princess, you know you’ve found the right moisturizer. I’m turning my nose up at winter dryness with Josie Maran’s 100 percent organic Argan Oil. Truly multi-purpose, this luxurious, lightweight oil can be used on face, body, hair or nails. Legendary for its healing properties, Moroccan Argan Oil is gentle enough to use on all skin types and is believed to help correct skin conditions including acne and to reduce the appearance of wrinkles. It will leave you glowing from head to toe, like royalty. You don’t have to tell me twice. I’ll have my lady in waiting fetch me a bottle right away. Oh wait, I don’t have one. But I still intend to slather this stuff all over my body and pretend like I do.
Recently, I met a guy that I liked at a party. When we were saying our goodbyes, he suggested we continue our conversation. I assumed he meant that we would do this by Facebook or email or text or Gchat — you know, the usual ways I communicate with potential love interests. When he wrote down his phone number and suggested that I call him, my response was, “On the phone?” He laughed. “Yes, on the phone.” My heart began to jackhammer at the mere thought of dialing his number. I couldn’t? Could I? Maybe I could? I felt, well, I felt like I used to feel back in my high school and college days. Back when there was no Facebook or text or email or Gchat and you had to talk to the people you were dating.
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“I have this recurring dream where there’s a phantom in my home and he takes me into a room where there’s a blonde girl with ropes tied to her limbs pulling her apart … I told Deepak the dream was so terrifying I thought somehow that a devil force was trying to take hold of me. He laughed and told me that I should learn to embrace my own insanity … I told him: ‘The Devil is trying to take me, Deepak. I’m a good girl!’ He said not to worry.”
– Lady Gaga on her recurring nightmare. I think Deepak (can I call him Deepak if we’ve never met?) is onto something here. I used to have a recurring dream just like this, only instead of a phantom, it was an evil dragonfly man. And instead of a blonde girl being pulled apart, it was a brunette cocooned in saran wrap and then eaten. I was terrified at the time, but looking back, I was processing a lot of dark feelings and grappling with my own sanity. I think Carl Jung would be very pleased with Deepak’s interpretation. [ONTD]
Photobombs are so much more fun when they involve celebrities, especially when famous folks are on both ends of the explosion. Adam Scott and Lizzy Caplan got Jon Heder and Will Forte good at the “Eastbound & Down” premiere party. Bonus to Adam for flipping the bird while bombing. That’s a move right there. Click on to see more celebs caught photobombing other celebs. [Uproxx]
My mother always taught me that it’s good manners to put a coaster under your drink so as not to destroy furniture. So, yes, I grew up to be a coaster freak. I have them in all shapes in sizes, in every room, whether they are necessary or not. Nobody wants to risk getting a coffee ring on their favorite table. Feel confident setting down hot or cold drinks on this loaf of toast coasters. The best thing since sliced bread — not only will they protect your furniture, but they will also never get stale.
I can’t stop looking at these photos from the Ningbo Yamei toy factory in China. The company produces 13 different models of blow-up dolls.They sold more than 50,000 dolls last year alone. Oh, and vibrators too. If you were wondering how your inflatable or vibrating date is manufactured, these photos should demystify the process for you. Yes, this is a boob in process. Spray painted areolas are terribly sexy, aren’t they? Warning: even though these body parts are plastic, they are still NSFW. [Buzzfeed]