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Breaking news! Jake Gyllenhaal is rocking some kind of mountain man beard. While the rest of the world is praying for a him to pick up a can of shaving cream and a razor, I am rejoicing in his lumberjack-ness. Clean-shaven is boring. Lumberjack is accessible and dirty hot. He’s just a hop, skip, and a jump away from getting an ox. [Us Weekly] After the jump, some more Paul Bunyans whose flannel shirts I’d like to rip off.
Get excited! Get very excited. The results of the biggest U.S. sex survey in 16 years are out. Since 1994 researchers at Indiana University’s Center for Sexual Health Promotion have been studying the way 5,865 people between the ages of 14 and 94 get busy. Six of the most noteworthy findings about our sexual selves after the jump. Keep reading »
Kimbra Hickey, the hands holding the forbidden fruit on the cover of the first Twilight book, was featured in the in The New York Post yesterday and I’m kind of obsessed with what a loon she sounds like. The 40-year-old massage therapist, who occasionally works as a “parts” model, likes to let everyone know that she’s the face behind the hands. She actually admits to standing by the register at Barnes & Nobles and telling customers who she is or pointing out her hands to strangers on subway billboards. But my favorite tidbit about Kimbra Hickey (that can’t be a real name) is that she’s been going to “Twihard” conventions to sell apple scented hand lotion. Amazing! I want it! Oh, and naturally, she’s trying to break into acting. She wants a bit part in the next “Twilight” movie. More! More! [NY Post] Keep reading »
Twenty-year-old Kari Heath went straight to Craigslist when the dude she had been dating told her he was just using her for sex. She posted explicit pics of his peen and an ad asking gay men to talk dirty to him. In Wisconsin, that kind of stunt earns you felony charges. [Asylum]
How is it that a homeless man with a Queen song and two Kermit puppets made me cry? Just watch the video and you’ll see. I feel like I understand the epic-ness of this guy’s struggle without him even saying a word … well, besides the sign that says he’s homeless with two kids. He uses the passion of Freddie Mercury and the pure spirit of Kermit the Frog to tell us his story. Heartbreaking and well worth a dollar. [The Daily What] Keep reading »
“It’s terrible to leave because the other person doesn’t know what they want … He’s not a bad guy, he’s just not quite ready to grow up.”
Name: Lucy Punch
Where You’ve Seen Her: “Dinner for Schmucks,”"You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger,” and the upcoming comedies “Bad Teacher,” with Cameron Diaz, and “A Little Bit of Heaven,” with Kate Hudson and Gael Garcia Bernal.
Find out why we’ve got our eye on her, after the jump. Keep reading »
Silly Bandz. Where do I even start? Where did they come from? How did they become popular? What’s the point of them? I don’t get it. They’re annoying. But hey, kids will be kids. And part of being a kid is hopping on the “silly trends” train. Yes, I had slap bracelets in 1990. But Silly Bandz for adult use? Hell no.
Apparently, Silly Bandz are a new flirtation trend for singles in bars and clubs. Keep reading »
Happy 75th birthday to Julie Andrews. I don’t care how old she gets or how many parts she’s played, she will always be Mary Poppins to me. Here’s a little spoonful of sugar Julie Andrews style for you this Friday afternoon. Just remember: “In every job that must be done, there is an element of fun. Find the fun and SNAP! The job’s a game.” Thanks for the reminder Ms. Poppins! If only I could clean my apartment by snapping my fingers like that. I’d have a much better attitude about everything. Keep reading »