Wondering what your high school boyfriend’s going to be wearing to Prom this year? Look no further than Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino’s new line of tuxedos, FLOW Formalwear. Goes great with your boyfriend’s bitchin’ Camaro and his enviable economy-size tin of Dep hair gel. In case you’re clamoring for more fine styles of The Sitch’s FLOW collection (you are, I see you), you’re in luck! He’s graced us with a bevy of additional model shots, all featuring his signature “I am the human embodiment of a testicle” facial expression. Check ‘em out after the jump. Now, if only I could find my corsage… Keep reading »
Her vagina piercing was all covered up when she stepped out in London, but Lady Gaga’s latest fashion masterpiece highlighted her other assets. I’m talking about her cheekbones, which were dusted in mint green rouge. Oh, and her girls were looking lovely as well underneath her see-through lace tunic, sans bra. She looks like a walking dessert. Clearly, she’s drawing inspiration from “Top Chef: Just Desserts.” [Daily Mail UK]
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It should come as no surprise that The Frisky staff is fairly obsessed with “Office” writer and star Mindy Kaling. It’s not just that we love her ridiculous portrayal of Kelly Kapoor, but we think it’s seriously great that she’s emerged as one of the smartest and sassiest female television writers around. We can’t wait for her new book, Is Everybody Hanging Out Without Me?, to hit the shelves this November, so in the meantime, we’ve been tiding ourselves over with her blog, The Concerns of Mindy Kaling. This isn’t Kaling’s first stab at putting her random thoughts on the internet — she used to write a blog called Things I’ve Bought That I Love, but gave it up when her day job (heh heh) became more demanding. We’re happy to see that she’s back on track now, chronicling her fave sandwiches, shorts and jewelry in signature funny girl form. [The Concerns of Mindy Kaling]
“Mad? Ya think?! If he came back right now I’d have to kill him, for what he did to us. I’d f**king kill him. I’d f**k him, and then I’d kill him.”
– Courtney Love kind of went off when a Vanity Fair writer asked her if she was angry at husband Kurt Cobain for committing suicide. Honestly, Courtney is probably going to get a lot of crap for this quote, but I don’t blame her for being pissed. The issues that drive people to take their own life — depression, illness, etc. — are complicated and hard to grasp and for that reason, I really loathe it when people write suicide off as simply “selfish.” However, the impact suicide has on the surviving family members and loved ones is also complicated and hard to grasp and for that reason I hope Courtney is cut a break for her comments.
In the article, Love also discusses her complicated (is anything not complicated with this woman?) relationship with estranged daughter Frances Bean. Check out more, after the jump… Keep reading »