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From Folklore To Film: The History Of Cinderella

From Folklore To Film: The History Of Cinderella

Many of us know the Cinderella story thanks to Disney’s popular animated film, but the fairy tale about a girl with a magical guardian dates all the way back to the first century. Since then, several versions have popped up in literature, music, film, and TV, and we recently got a peek at the newest incarnation with the trailer for 2015′s “Cinderella.” And before that, Anna Kendrick will be stepping into the glass slippers in “Into the Woods,” out this Christmas. Let’s take a look at the evolution of Cinderella, from ancient Egypt to now. Read more on Tres Sugar…

Ryan Gosling’s Best Kisses, On Screen And Off

Ryan Gosling's Best Kisses, On Screen And Off

We’ve seen Ryan Gosling smooch a lot of ladies — both on screen and off — but nothing, nothing compared to the romantic moments he shared with his The Notebook costar and ex-girlfriend, Rachel McAdams (sorry, Eva Mendes!). If you don’t believe us, judge for yourself. We’re taking a look back at Ryan’s lip-locking repertoire, which includes hot costars, exes, guys, dogs, and sex dolls. Ryan’s Canadian lips get around, and we like it! So pucker up for his hottest and cutest kisses! Read more on Tres Sugar…

22 Reasons You Should Date A Guy With A Beard

22 Reasons You Should Date A Guy With A Beard

What better way to celebrate the momentous #NoShaveNovember than to honor all the guys out there for whom “not shaving” is a way of life? The answer: there is no better way. This is the best way.

While smooth-faced chaps and bald boyfriends are wonderful in their own right, this month isn’t about them. It’s about the dudes who have committed their time (and their mugs) to being bearded. If facial hair has never really been your thing, here are 22 reasons that might just change your mind. Read more on Tres Sugar…

 

18 Things Only Girls With Small Boobs Understand

18 Things Only Girls With Small Boobs Understand

Back in the early days of adolescence, being well-endowed in the breast department seemed like a pretty big deal. Maybe you were teased by boys and asked if you were wearing cardboard under your shirt (yes, this most definitely happened to . . . a friend of mine), or maybe you were busy buying padded push-up bras to give illusions of bigger boobs. Either way, it was on the mind. As we got older and wiser, the, ahem, perks of having smaller boobs became apparent — and thank you Keira Knightley for being our celebrity spirit animal — but we can’t say we don’t still wonder sometimes what it might be like with a bit more in the way of breasts. Here are some things that small-breasted women will understand about going through life armed with only an A cup. Read more on Tres Sugar…

Woman Gets Dumped, Spends An Entire Week In KFC To Cope

Woman Gets Dumped, Spends An Entire Week In KFC To Cope

Everybody needs a little KFC, am I right? A lovesick 26-year-old woman sought comfort in fried food at KFC after breaking up with her boyfriend (we’ve all been there, girl!). The next step of the grieving process usually involves ice cream, sad movies, and sometimes a bottle or two of wine, but Tan Shen, from China’s southwest Sichuan Province, couldn’t seem to pry herself away from the fast-food joint when the time came to call it a night. Read more on Tres Sugar…

10 Marriage Thrillers For “Gone Girl” Fans

10 Marriage Thrillers For "Gone Girl" Fans

“I suppose these questions stormcloud over every marriage: What are you thinking? How are you feeling? Who are you? What have we done to each other? What will we do?

This seemingly innocuous quote from “Gone Girl” takes on a much more chilling undertone once you’ve read the book or, now, seen the movie. In fact, throngs of movie theater goers took to Twitter this week to voice their fear of marriage after seeing the film, and Jezebel even went so far as to say that “Gone Girl’s biggest villain is marriage itself.” There is something so fascinating about a novel that has you questioning how well you really know the person you’ve chosen to spend the rest of your life with and the secrets we all hide from our partners — even when the premise is extreme. These dangerous love stories have become so popular that they’ve even garnered a new subgenre: “marriage thrillers.” And while there’s nothing new about the notion that marriage is scary, it takes on a much darker meaning in these 10 novels. Read more on Tres Sugar…

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