You will never catch me reading 50 Shades of Grey, so pardon me if I get all my info about Christian Grey etc. from watching this He-Man mashup from “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.” I’m going to assume that Christian is a Skeletor-looking motherfucker, who happens to be really into butts.
Okay, so this is pretty awesome: Joanna Lumley and Jennifer Saunders, stars of the amazing British show “Absolutely Fabulous,” carried the Olympic torch for a moment on Friday. The pair star as the boozy, bruisey Patsy and Adina on the show, and while it’s unfortunate that they didn’t show up in character, it’s probably for the best. Patsy might’ve tried to light her cigarette with the torch.
Hey baby! Hey baby! Why not get yourself settled in a babydoll dress — a comfortable alternative to constrictive pencil skirts and tight shirts. The ten babydoll dresses we’ve found err on the side of sexy, not slouchy — and are a great way to keep cool and stylish this summer. Would we ever lie to you, baby?
Victoria Foyt is the (white) author of a new young adult book series called Save the Pearls. The book chronicles the adventures of Eden Newman, a white woman, or a “Pearl,” whose entire race has been enslaved by the dominant race of “Coals” — or dark-skinned people. Hoping to capitalize off of the popularity of dystopian young adult novels like The Hunger Games, Foyt constructed a narrative in which, she explains, “Solar radiation has wiped out most of the white race whose lack of melanin causes them to succumb to the Heat. The survivors, called Pearls, suffer from oppression under the new majority of dark-skinned Coals.” In the new world, Eden must rely on Bramford, a Coal. As Foyt describes it, Pearls is “a Beauty and the Beast story in which both parties must find self-acceptance before they can discover true love.”
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Back in the late ’60s, psychologist Elizabeth Kubler-Ross wrote a book called On Death and Dying, which offered up an analysis of the stages of grief. The book revolutionized our cultural thoughts about grief, explaining that most people go through five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and finally, acceptance.
And that’s exactly what Twihards — fans of Twilight and all things Rob Pattinson and Kristen Stewart — are going through right now. They’ve taken to Twitter to express their grief about Robsten –what Twihards call the union of Kristen and Rob — in the wake of news that Stewart cheated on Pattinson with “Snow White and the Huntsman” director Rupert Sanders.
Twihards have so many feelings! And are maybe a little unhinged? After the jump, we’ve found Robsten devotees going through the grieving process online.
“Hollywood Douchebag” is a song by porn star Bree Olsen and some dude named Mike Gonsolin. It’s really terrible in a can’t-look-away-the-douchebag-train-is-running-off-the-tracks kind of way. Also, it epitomizes the very essence of what I hate about L.A. — not very smart people doing their very best impression of what they think it is to be “witty” and “ironic.” On the flipside, I’ve never seen so many fake boobs in one 4-minute clip, so good on them. [YouTube]