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Further Proof That “The Secret” Really Does Change Lives

If this animated, Amazon customer review doesn’t motivate you to read The Secret, then I don’t now what will. Hey wait! How come my copy didn’t come with a deadly weapon? Maybe I should add one to my vision board. [The Daily What] Keep reading »

Chad Ochocinco Feeds The Sex Workers Instead Of The Children

Kroger grocery stores had to pull boxes of Chad Ochocinco’s charity cereal off the shelves this week when customers made an unsavory discovery. The hotline number printed on each box was supposed to connect them to an operator at Feed the Children, but instead it connected them to eager phone sex operators. Oopsie! A very exciting breakfast for some customers indeed! Chad naturally was very apologetic about the mistake, which the charity has taken responsibility for. He still has every intention of feeding the children. [LA Times] Keep reading »

The Fundamental Problem With Snooki’s Book Deal

We thought a writer that doesn’t read was the big issue with Snooki’s debut as an authoress. But potential readers that don’t read? Yeah, that could be even more problematic for the Snook book. Unless, of course, she decides to do a picture book. [Laura Olin] Keep reading »

50 Cent Thinks Men Who Don’t Like To Go Downtown Should Die

“If you a man and your [sic] over 25 and you don’t eat pu*** just kill your self damn it. The world will be a better place. Lol.”

50 Cent gives more classy advice via Twitter. Thanks a million for being an advocate for vag. Wait, what if the guy is under 25? Should he hang on for a few more years? Also, what about gay men? Suddenly this quote seems potentially homophobic. Oh, 50, why must you be so hard to understand? [Huffington Post] Keep reading »

8 Show-Offy Celebrity Couples

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Earlier this week, I cringed at the naked, caress-fest that was Seal’s new “Secret” music video. I thought about why it was so creepy to me. Well, I guess because I feel like watching Seal and Heidi Klum’s simulation of “intimate moments” is show-offy It’s like they’re sending a not-so-subtle message, “Look at us! Our love is more passionate than yours!” It’s just kind of annoying. And it always makes me wonder when a couple is so eager to show how in love they are.

After the jump, some more show-offy couples that drive me crazy.

1993 Time Machine: An Ode To Evan Dando And Juliana Hatfield


In honor of my tickets to see Juliana Hatfield and Evan Dando in concert TOGETHER … TONIGHT, I thought we could take a stroll down my memory lane, circa 1993. All I have to do is hear any song from Become What You Are by the Juliana Hatfield Three, especially “Spin the Bottle,” which was featured in “Reality Bites,” and I am magically teleported back to the summer after my sophomore year of high school. Keep reading »

The Origins Of The Oprah Winfrey/ David Letterman Feud Revealed

David Letterman finally revealed the origins of his notorious feud with Oprah Winfrey to guest Jon Stewart. Many have speculated the Big O was pissed about Letterman’s 1995 Oscar speech, comparing Uma [Thurman] and Oprah. It was that whole “Uma, Oprah, Oprah, Uma” bit. But that wasn’t really where the beef started. Keep reading »

Rachel Zoe And Brad Goreski’s Divorce May Be Bitter After All

Yesterday Rachel Zoe announced that she and her gay husband, Brad Goreski, were splitting up … amicably. That may not be the case after all. As it turns out, Brad’s frou-frou statement about “spreading his wings and soaring” was code for he’s sick of doing all the work and having Rachel take all the credit. Keep reading »

R.I.P., Tony Curtis

Prolific actor Tony Curtis, father of Jamie Lee Curtis, passed away yesterday at the age of 85 from cardiac arrest. In honor of him, here’s a little clip from “Some Like It Hot,” which he starred in with Jack Lemmon and Marilyn Monroe. Tony plays “Josephine” a struggling musician who dresses as a woman to escape some gangsters. When he meets Marilyn’s character, “Sugar,” he woos her disguised as an oil heir named “Junior.” The movie has some serious cross-dressing and comedic madness. I suggest a screening this weekend to pay tribute to him. [Newser] Keep reading »

Wil Wheaton Explains The Double Rainbow Phenomenon

In case you were wondering what a “double rainbow” is and how it magically appears, Wil Wheaton sheds some light on the subject. I give him a double thumbs-up. [The Daily What] Keep reading »

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