One of the best parts of my day as a blogger is searching through stock photos. Sometimes I stumble upon a ridiculous photo or … a wealth of them. It’s like mining for gold. And then, just like that, hours of my day disappear. I came across this gem recently. This man seems to be practicing his upper cut on a woman’s vagina … at the gym. But why? We’ll never know. That’s the magic of stock photography. Here are some more awkward crotch stock photos.
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Hi, is it Friday yet? I’m ready for the beach! It’s only Tuesday? Are you sure? Ugh. Click on to see what we’re wearing today.
There’s always a solid style turnout for the Tribeca Ball, and it’s no wonder why. The occasion, hosted each year by the New York Academy of Art, calls upon an eclectic cast of characters, from the most watched celebrities and socialites to revered artists and tastemakers. Last night’s Ball was the first to denote a guest of honor — Robert DeNiro was distinguished for his lifelong commitment of the arts, namely in Tribeca. In fact, the actor is actually responsible for founding Tribeca Film (and, later, its eponymous festival) in 1988. Pretty cool! Anyway, let’s get to it: here are my picks for the good, the bad, and the whatever from last night’s event. Teaser: Paz de la Huerta was there. Thank God!
Virginia Dooley and Nicole Jones started their line of fair trade bags, Rising Tide, after traveling around the world and meeting artisans working with exotic and unique textiles. Their bags are Fair Trade Federation-certified and Green America-approved, and a percentage of the profits are donated to philanthropic programs that educate and equip underserved young women with the skills needed to secure employment or start a business.
Explain the pair on their site, “The fair trade artisans we work with earn roughly 60 percent more than they would for comparable factory jobs. Since most of the artisans have the choice to work from home, they can tend to their children while contributing to the family income.”
And the bags are pretty and durable, too. Check out our eight favorites!
Oh, Gerard Butler. Maybe Coachella isn’t the best place to go when you’re just a month out of rehab? The actor seemingly stayed sober while bouncing from party to party at the music festival, but that doesn’t mean he didn’t wild out in other ways. According to Page Six, Butler was quite the ladies’ man, even using one of the festival’s Porta Potties for a quick romp. Because nothing is hotter than a coffin-like space that smells like urine! Sexy. [Page Six]
Celebs — they’re just like us! Sometimes they can’t keep it in their pants and find themselves engaging in amorous activities in public. I’m not judging! I once gave a blow job in a bar stairwell. Here are a bunch of other celebs who have either supposedly been busted having sexual relations in public or have bragged about it.
Today marks the arrival of BBS (Boobs and Butt Sweat) season! Sounds awful, in theory, but I love it! Bring on the awkward sweat stains, the heat has arrived! Click on to see what we’re wearing on this gorgeous 86 degree spring day!
Love might be slightly less permanent than we’re taught to believe from fairy tales, but there are some things that last forever-ish. Like tattoos. History has shown that when celeb couples get matching tattoos, it’s a bad omen. Kelsey Grammer tempted fate this weekend when he he got his wife’s name — “Kayte” — inked on his waistline. Kayte Walsh didn’t go under the gun quite yet. Perhaps she’s planning to reciprocate with a matching tat once the twins are born … or once the ink is dry on his divorce papers. But once she does, they are in grave danger of splitting. I’m thinking tattoo parlors should instigate a rule where they only ink up celeb couples who have made it more than 20 years together, but then again, there’s always Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins. I guess the celeb tattoo removal and cover-up business is good for the economy. We’ve rounded up couples who got ink together but didn’t stay together as a warning to Kelsey Grammer and Kayte Wlash … and all of us. Don’t do it, people! [People]
This past weekend, celebs gathered to watch the new Paul McCartney video, “My Valentine,” hosted by Sir Paul and his daughter Stella. This being Hollywood, practically everybody turned out in designer duds (mostly made by Stella herself), but some carried the look off better than others. Who shone and who totally stunk it up? Click through to find out.
Pink Mascara is a trendy online boutique inspired by celebrity style. Most of the items on the site are higher-end pieces with prices in the triple-digits, but if you dig around a bit you can find some great stuff–especially jewelry–at more affordable price points. Here are 10 of our favorite pieces from Pink Mascara for $50 or less…