It’s no secret that Huffington Post has some pretty ridic sections on its voluminous site. The idea behind the massive conglomeration of categories is to cover and “win” as many kinds of content on the web. We get that. But yesterday, after Jon Stewart made fun of all the sideboob on HuffPo on “The Daily Show”, the site countered by mocking up a whole sideboob section on the site. It’s all too real, don’t you think? What’s next? A dick pic section?
Look, we know you love The Frisky — and we love you too! Which is why we’d like to introduce you to some very special friends of ours; hilarious and smart ladies we recommend you start following on Twitter. After the jump, a short list of some of our readin’, writin’, bloggin’ and critiquin’ faves.
And please, share your favorite Twitter frayuns in the comments!
(Of course, you can always follow us, too: @xoamelia, @havethehabit, @amibeth78, @winonarose and @jessicawakeman.)
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It’s no fair that talk show hosts like Conan O’Brien get to hang out with baby jaguars and I don’t. Animal handler David Mizejewski, I really think you need to make a stop off at The Frisky offices with your cadre of cute furry things for a visit. We have a conference room you can totally treat as a baby jaguar playpen. I’m sure the rest of the folks at the company won’t mind at all. And you can bring that binturong, too (watch to the end to see what that is). [Conan O'Brien]
Sofia Vergara was sported earlier this week wearing this ensemble on her way to a date with maybe-boyfriend-again Nick Loeb. Whether or not their dinner went well (it was apparently followed by chocolate, which sounds like things are going pr-ett-y great), we don’t know. But we are fairly certain that this will be one of our oft-copied outfits for summer. Check out our Sofia steal after the jump!
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We’ve been waiting for someone to come up with a solid spoof of “The Bachelor,” and Michael Ian Black and Ken Marino have finally done it. Their show, “Burning Love,” features Marino as the typical clueless, self-centered bachelor, weeding through a classic assortment of hysterical lunatics and weirdos to find “true love.” Kristen Bell, Malin Ackerman and Ken Jeong — as delectable choice Ballerina — all play potential love matches, as does Jen Aniston in a surprise (big surprise!) cameo.
If all goes well for 24-year-old gymnast Alicia Sacramone, she’ll end her sports career with a bang this August at the 2012 Summer Olympic games in London. Sacramone is one of the older competitors on the women’s gymnastics team, which gives her the advantage of being more experienced, but the disadvantage of possibly being aged out by younger, more flexible girls. No matter, says Sacramone, who’s competed at the international level for several years now. Even if she doesn’t make it to the Olympics team this year — which she’s heavily favored to do — she’s got a plan B. Sacramone’s going to finish school and work in fashion, she says. She’s already got one fashion line under her belt — and she designs all her own leotards.
And that’s not all: Alicia’s also teamed up with P&G Beauty to help raise money for the Team USA Youth Sports Fund. She’s encouraging all of us to “like” P&G Beauty’s Facebook page; for every like, P&G will donate a dollar to the sports fund, which supports athletic programs around the country, up to $100,000.
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