After the jump, the five kinds of frenemies you need to ditch pronto. And tell us about the worst friend you’ve ever had in the comments.
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It was only a matter of time — like, say, 20 years — before southern rap would inevitably pair itself off with ’90s Hawaiian shirt comedy “Weekend at Bernie’s.” This track from rappers I.S.A, “Movin’ Like Berney,” encourages listeners to dance like the film’s eponymous dead guy. Your move, Andrew McCarthy. [Moviefone] Keep reading »
So T.I.’s headed back to jail—but fear not, he won’t be alone. He’ll join a gaggle of other jailbird celebs—past and present—who have done time in the name of crime. Check out our list of celebs who have worn a government-issued jumpsuit after the jump.
Last week, Oprah paid a virtual visit to Jon Stewart‘s “Daily Show” to throw her support behind the “Rally to Restore Sanity.” But seeing as she’s Oprah, and no mere mortal, she didn’t just verbally announce her endorsement. Instead, she pulled an epic Oprah move and surprised the entire “Daily Show” audience with a free trip down to D.C. for the big event. Oprah’s appearance starts around the six-minute mark. [The Daily Show] Keep reading »
Looking for a man? Of course you are (HA). Then dig out that crimson wrap dress and those sparkly red pumps. A new study from the University of Rochester found that men prefer a woman in red. The study showed men either a photo of a woman in red or one of a woman in green. Study participants were then given a folder with 24 potential questions to ask the two women: Men who were shown the woman in red asked significantly more about how to get her attention than the woman in green. Keep reading »
The video above is a project by The Girl Effect, a nonprofit group that believes that by positively impacting the lives of women and girls living in poverty you can change the world for the better. We couldn’t agree more. Helping a girl to become educated, stay healthy and self-determined has a profound impact on the well-being of communities and countries. (See Nick Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn’s incredible book Half the Sky for proof.) [GirlEffect.org] Keep reading »
This week, we’re spending a little time learning all about you and the awesome and unexpectedly cool jobs you do. Each one of these profiles was culled from you, dear Frisky readers, and we’re amazed by the incredible jobs you have. This is our attempt to learn more about what you do for a living.
After the jump, learn all about Frisky reader Anne’s work as a coroner and autopsy tech. Keep reading »
The Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) is in a bit of a bind right now—thanks to a set of policies which some believe discriminate against transgender athletes. Golfer Lana Lawless is suing the LPGA for its “female at birth” policy, which requires that all competitors must have been born biological females. Lawless, who was born male, had gender reassignment surgery in 2005 and was a high-ranking golfer in the Long Drivers of America organization. But then Long Drivers changed its gender policy to match the LPGA rendering Lawless ineligible for competition.