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Mumford & Sons Aren’t Afraid To Show Their Emotions

Mulligan Marries Mumford!
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Carrie Mulligan and Marcus Mumford got married! Read More »

“We’re not, like, hard men. We’re emotional, weeping pussies. We’re not, like, rock ‘n’ roll. If AC/DC had ever apologized, that’d be the end of their career.”

– Mumford & Sons banjo player Winston Marshall (pictured far left) discusses the band’s theme of saying sorry in their songs (their breakout hit “Little Lion Man” is basically a master class in taking full responsibility for your fuck-ups) in this week’s Rolling Stone cover story. Marshall added that the group’s sensitive nature often caused issues on tour: “You know, someone doesn’t say hello to you one day and you’re like, ‘I cannot believe the gall!’” [Rolling Stone]

20 Things We’re Only Good At When We’re Drunk

Drunk In Your 20s
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Drunk Emailing
Gmail wants to help prevent drunk emailing. Read More »

This Sunday is St. Patrick’s Day, a holiday which holds many different meanings for different religious and ethnic groups, but for many young people, it’s generally interpreted as “The Day We All Get Super Drunk At Noon.” And so, in the spirit of overindulgence, I thought I’d take a moment to ask the rest of The Frisky staff about their random drunk talents — the things we can’t do (or at least can’t do very well) sober, but we excel at after a few martinis. Check out our list after the jump, and please share your own drunk skills in the comments! Keep reading »

Man Takes Four People Hostage, Demands Pizza

Guy Fieri S'mores Pizza
Is this good or gross? Probably gross. Read More »
Be My Boyfriend: Pizza Guy
This guy ate 362 slices of pizza. We want to eat him. Read More »

Have you ever got a pizza craving so intense that you’re like, “I would totally take four people hostage for several hours in order to get my hands on some pizza right now”? Me too, obviously, but I’ve never acted on it. Yesterday, a man in southern Russia did just that, bursting into a college and barricading himself in a classroom with two students, a teacher, and a janitor. According to a police spokesman, “His only demand was a pizza and Sprite.” Police evacuated the area and delivered the man’s desired meal, at which point he released his hostages unharmed. Just one more piece of evidence that pizza is the most powerful drug of all. [Raw Story]

Style Stealer: Diane Kruger’s Low-Key Pink Jeans

A makeup-free Diane Kruger looked her usual gorgeous self while doing some shopping on Rodeo Drive. She accessorized her casual colored jeans and t-shirt with a $3,500 Alexander McQueen purse, because she’s Diane Kruger and she has the perfect life. But for those of us who aren’t Diane Kruger, I’ve rounded up some similar pieces to recreate her look without going bankrupt. Get all the shopping details after the jump! Keep reading »

SS: Diane Kruger
The always-prim Parisian in Chanel. Read More »
SS: Diane Kruger
Diane is SO pretty in pink! Read More »

Sign Of The End Times: Backwards Hoodie Snack Food Troughs

If you’ve been using the hood of your hoodie as a way to keep your head warm and shield you from the elements, you’ve really been missing out. Because guess what? If you turn your hoodie around, that same old hood transforms into a convenient trough to store your snack foods. Just fill your hood with chips, popcorn, or leftover lasagna, and dip your head down to enjoy a hands-free feast! In related news, I don’t want to live on this planet anymore. [Buzzfeed]

Fast Food Fashion
When mayo and pickles become couture. Read More »
Sexy Food Costumes
Food Halloween Costumes
Maybe you've gone the edible route this Halloween. Read More »

True Story: I Took A Flying Lesson (Even Though I’m Scared Of Flying)

Fear Of Flying
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Jessica is terrified of flying. Find out how she copes. Read More »
Types Of People On A Flight
These 10 people will always be on your plane. Read More »

For most of my life I’ve been extremely afraid of flying. Up until a couple years ago, it was not uncommon for me to dig my fingernails into the thighs of the innocent passengers sitting next to me during takeoff, scream “Goodbye cruel world!” at the first sign of turbulence, or load up on so much anti-anxiety medication before my flight that I once tried to take a nap on a moving walkway at the airport. My first trip to Europe forced me to face my fears, because as scary as a 12-hour flight sounded, the idea of being too afraid to see the world was much, much scarier. I learned some coping techniques and chilled out quite a bit, but I would still categorize myself as an “extremely nervous flyer.”

Sometimes the only way to conquer a fear is to dive into it headfirst. Which is how I arrived at a tiny airport 20 miles outside of Portland, trying to hide my shaking knees as my flight instructor explained the basics of a smooth takeoff… Keep reading »

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