After years of unsuccessful attempts at dating, you’ve finally isolated your problem: unavailable men. If only you could find a guy who wasn’t a total commitmentphobe, you’d be in the relationship you’ve always desired. So the solution then, is simple: stop dating unavailable men.
Or maybe it’s not that easy. Perhaps you’ve heard the theory tossed around that if you’re attracted to unavailable people, that’s a sign that you’re unavailable, too. But surely this can’t apply to you. After all, you want to be a relationship. You’re not the one who’s afraid of making more than one plan a week with your significant other or declaring your relationship status via Facebook—it’s the guys you date who can’t even commit to texting with consistency. Keep reading »
Who here likes boobs? That’s right, everybody likes boobs. Your probably touching yours right now, if you have ‘em (pervert). In the spirit of our collective boob-preciation, we’ve decided to showcase the absolute best boobs at last night’s Emmy Awards. Remember, you don’t have to be ginormously big or practically flat-chested in order to cast a nice boob spell. It’s all about how you carry ‘em. Thanks for the mammaries! (Sorry.)
I’ve already reviewed all the fashion moments from last night’s Emmy Awards, but the hair and makeup almost stole the spotlight — in good and bad ways. Click on to see my picks for the best hair and makeup. Connie Britton, we need to talk….
Sure, it’s a little more simplistic than her other getups, but this has to absolutely be the strangest, most unwearable, most inexplicably WTFiest dress-thing Gaga has ever worn. Even she looks confused by herself. Well done, Gaga.
There are always a few dresses at these big awards shows that I just can’t reach a decision about. Do I love it? Or do I hate it? Here are nine such examples from last night’s Emmy Awards. Help me decide how to feel!
The good news is, the vast majority of those walking the red carpet at last night’s Emmy Awards were dressed nicely. Some I loved more than others (Edie Falco! Emily VanCamp!), but most were difficult to find fault with. And then there were these 13 dresses. I’m sorry, but they were just straight up terrible.