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Allison Williams’ Dad Watched Her Get Her Ass Eaten, Was Cool About It

Allison Williams' Dad Watched Her Get Her Ass Eaten, Was Cool About It

When I am faced with a professional crisis, I turn to my dad, who usually has solid advice and provides me with solutions I hadn’t though of before. Allison Williams, it seems, also does the same. She attacked her now-infamous ass-eating scene on the season premiere of “Girls” like you would a particularly tricky work problem: by callin’ the ‘rents. When presented with the script that revealed her on-screen sort of love interest would be simulating ears-deep ass-eating, like any one of us would, she turned to her parents, including dad Brian Williams, for advice.

Margaret Cho’s Shtick At The Golden Globes: Not Racist, Just Tired

Last night at the Golden Globe Awards, Margaret Cho played a character named Cho Yun Ja, a movie reporter from North Korea, in a misguided attempt to coast off fumes generated by the publicity machine that surrounded “The Interview”‘s weird half-success. The bit was a little clunky and mostly unfunny. Margaret Cho, a woman of North/South Korean descent, stepped onstage and did what she has been doing for the majority of her career: speaking in a thick Korean accent and poking gentle fun at where she comes from. As Cho Yun Ja she was stoic, stern and weird, dressed in an unflattering military suit and never cracking a smile. It was uncomfortable to watch, it was squirmy. but it was not racist. It was just kind of tired.

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The New Trailer For “House Of Cards” Is Absolutely Insane

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February 27 Can't Come Soon Enough!

Finally, the season three trailer of “House of Cards” is here, and it’s honestly everything that I have been waiting for: Frank Underwood looking menacing in the Oval Office! Claire and her killer tousled pixie and sharp cheekbones that could cut glass, gazing pensively out a window! A figure in a dark suit, scurrying through a cemetary on a gorgeous day! America’s favorite political soap opera returns to Netflix on February 27th, and I am already readying my body for the high drama and scenery-chewing glory that awaits. Check out the trailer, above, and get ready: it’s gonna be a doozy.

Make It Work: Update Your Resume, Please

Make It Work: Update Your Resume, Please

Updating your resume is on par with doing your taxes and cleaning your bathroom — a task that is unpleasant and irritatingly time-consuming, but absolutely necessary every once in a while. Chances are, your resume hasn’t been updated since the last time you were looking for work. I should update my resume, you think to yourself. Real adults have updated resumes, regularly wash their sheets and leave a set of spare keys with a responsible friend. But, you probably haven’t done it yet, because the thought of sitting down to redo this ridiculous document is the last thing you actually want to do. That’s fine! I get it. It’s horrible. But if you regularly update it, you will feel like an accomplished adult who is always ready to apply for her dream job at a moment’s notice. When you finally bite the bullet and decide to give that outdated, musty thing a refresher, here are some things to keep in mind. Keep reading »

Beauty IRL: Face Mists Are Fancy Bullshit And I Love Them Anyway

Beauty IRL: Face Mists Are Fancy Bullshit And I Love Them Anyway

There is perhaps no beauty product more superfluous than face mist. Yeah, you kind of need moisturizer, and some would argue that lipstick or eyeliner is a requirement, but a bottle of water that contains mysterious “minerals” and is scented with various flowers that you spray on your face intermittently throughout the day is not necessary for anything, ever. But, as a recent convert to the cult of fancy face water, I’m here to say that there’s some truth to their mystique. Keep reading »

Make It Work: How To Work From Home Without Losing Your Shit

Make It Work: How To Work From Home Without Losing Your Shit

The elusive dream of all office employees is being able to work from home. “What a privilege and a pleasure it will be!” you tell yourself, envisioning freshly sharpened pencils, crisp legal pads and steaming mugs of coffee, like a stock photo of productivity. “I will get so much done from my home office!” Reality quickly sets in. You don’t have a “home office,” per se, but a desk that you got from a roommate who moved out, or a corner of your kitchen table that isn’t covered in mail, or your couch, your coffee table and a really soft pillow. Soon, you find yourself doing work in dead silence, trapped in a prison of your own making. The world is crumbling outside, or maybe it isn’t, but you wouldn’t know because you haven’t left your house in three days. Even the most introverted among us need to see people sometimes. If one of your New Year’s resolutions was to work from home more often, here are some surefire ways to make your new home office life a little easier. Keep reading »

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