Some porn is sexy and some is well, just more amusing than arousing. Click through to see the six types of porno that will give you a laughgasm. Or an orgasm, depending on what your kinks are. There’s something out there for everyone. Be forewarned that the links are extremely NSFW … and hilarious. Enjoy!
I’m looking forward to to seeing Sean Penn’s upcoming film, “This Must Be The Place,” where he plays a rich, depressed ’80s musician married to a fire fighter. His character, Cheyenne, is loosely based on director Paul Sorrentino and Robert Smith of The Cure with a dash of Iggy Pop and David Byrne — which means he’s a goth. Yesss! Even though some might say guyliner and Doc Martins are not the most flattering on Sean, his bravery to go goth makes him hot to me. “I’m quite convinced that there will be plenty of audience reaction [to my look] that is — I’m going to use the word ‘challenged.’ But there was a choice to make, I made it,” Sean said. That’s right Sean, goth is a choice. And you wear it well. I’ll always have a soft spot for a goth man. So sensitive, so depressed, so sexy in black, so skilled at doing the pain dance. You can take the girl out of the goth club, but you can’t take the goth club out of the girl. I’ve rounded up some of the hottest goths onscreen. Keep on clicking for your daily dose of goth porn. [NY Times]
How is it the last day of January already?! It feels like just yesterday I was dancing like an idiot at the Phish concert on New Year’s Eve…
A bit of good news, however. I was just informed that apparently the days are getting longer by two minutes per day and accelerating. While time may feel like it’s flying, we’re at least getting more hours of daylight. And this has been your breaking space/weather/science update of the day. Now back to our regular programming…
I’m working from home, as my office laptop is in the shop, but apparently, it’s unofficial twin day! Click onward to see what Jess, Julie, and Ami are wearing today!
Real talk: when it comes to shopping, a single, professional lady’s eyes are usually bigger than her stomach. I am not just referring to coveting $250 sandals that you really don’t need. I’m taking about the way we try to tackle huge style or beauty problems all at once. We watch too many chick flick movies growing up with “ugly-swan-to-princess” makeover scenes and get the idea — the wrong idea, that is — that kickass personal style, gorgeous hair or the perfect beauty routine for you will come at the snap of your fingers.
The reality, which is a lot less sexy, is that these things develop over time. Few of us have a bunch of Benjamins to blow on a whole new wardrobe all at once, or stock a whole makeup bag at the beauty counter. We acquire these things over time and usually there’s lots of trial and error involved.
I’ll leave developing a better style to the folks on “What Not To Wear.” (I love you, Clinton!) But one think I do know about is makeup and how, over time, you can develop your own Big Girl Makeup Bag. I’ve chosen five types of products and two price points — one around $25 or below, and one above $25 — depending on what fits in your budget for each product. Five paychecks from now, you’ll be looking fiiiiine, girl.
Yeah, yeah, yeah, the gowns on the red carpet of the Screen Actors Guild Awardswere pretty sweet, but the hair — the hair!!! — was even better. Intricate braids, messy buns, sleek bobs, and gorgeous waves all made me eager to lock myself in the bathroom and get busy with my curling iron and a fistful of elastics and bobby-pins. Here are eight looks I loved and how to get them!
Happy Monday! How was your weekend? Let’s share! What did you do? I saw two excellent movies, “Shame” and “Pariah,” both of which were woefully overlooked by the Oscar committee. Also, Michael Fassbender’s penis is just as big as everyone said. I love it when that happens — when something lives up to the hype. Sigh. Anyway, share what you did this weekend if you’d like and then click through to see what us Frisky broads are wearing today.
Julie and I, while in sync in our love of Joseph Gordon Levitt, kitten videos, and “Downton Abbey,” occasionally disagree on who looked good and who looked bad on the red carpet. Such was the case as we reviewed last night’s SAG Awards red carpet photos so we decided to debate them and leave the decision up to you!
It wasn’t all immaculately turned out Tilda Swintons and stunning Zoe Saldanas at the Screen Actors Guild Awards. No, there were some terrible fashions, too. And though some of these actresses may have won big at the SAGs, they definitely disappointed on the style front. Click through to find out who sagged at the SAGs.
Last night, Hollywood’s most self-congratulatory award show was held, as actors celebrated each other. That meant that everyone who is anyone cleared their schedule to make it down the red carpet and, for the most part, they brought it in the style department. First up — our picks for the best dressed of the night. Later, Julie will present the worst dressed, and after that, she and I debate those we disagreed on. We don’t always see eye-to-eye…
A little over a week ago, we introduced a new feature, Don’t Show-cha Your Chocha, in which we document egregious examples of companies trying to sell shirts as dresses, or celebrities forgoing pants, or, well, you get the picture. This week we have some awesome reader submissions to add to the mix. Remember, if you’re shopping online or checking out celebrity photos and spot a Don’t Show-cha Your Chocha moment, send the link to email@example.com and we’ll feature it in a post. Stay vigilant. Wear pants when necessary. And click through for this week’s roundup of awkward crossed legs and thigh clenching…