For the last few days, I’ve barely come up for air, I’ve been so engrossed in reading Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl. A clever and cool thriller, the book is about a woman named Amy Dunne who goes missing on her fifth wedding anniversary and her husband Nick, thanks to his odd behavior and a suspicious crime scene, quickly becomes the number one suspect. I absolutely love a good mystery and this one kept me on my toes page after page, but Gone Girl was so much more. It’s also a darkly humorous portrait of a modern marriage facing the challenges of a rough economy and shifting gender roles. The whole time I was reading it, I was unsure of who to root for, if anyone, and was on the edge of my seat till the very end. Gone Girl is one of the most fun, creepy, and witty mysteries I’ve read in years. [$13.97, Amazon]
Thank God this “50 Shades Of Grey” musical is just a parody. I don’t think Broadway is ready for the Red Room Of Pain just yet. But in the mean time, at least the NYU’s musical theater program is getting some work. [Flavorwire]
Is there anything more frightening than seeing monstrosity Teresa Giudice, she of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” abomination, posing behind a DJ deck? Can you imagine the horrible music she’s fake-playing right about now? In reality, Giudice was the paid hostess for a party at Gypsies, the nightclub of the Mount Airy Casino.
But sadly, the rest of the stars in this gallery have actually attempted to play DJ for real.
Okay, Internet. Everyone else can stop now. It’s time to go home. I have found the number one most f**ked up and depraved thing on the web: a clip from the first-ever Humpy Awards, a competition in Georgia where dogs and their owners compete in humping. Yes, you read that least sentence correctly. Keep reading »