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Would You Eat A Beer-Filled Donut?

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Yep, you read that right: this crazy creation from a place called (fittingly) Psycho Donuts is filled with real beer pastry cream and topped with beer nuts. I’m a huge fan of donuts but I hate beer, so this confection leaves me conflicted. Would you be brave enough to take a bite? [Neatorama]

Will You Marry Me, “Dr. Who” Fan?

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Dr. Who TARDIS urn photo
It's time to cry: wife of dying "Dr. Who" fan seeks TARDIS urn. Read More »
Engaged Without A Ring
hitched photo
Andrea's engagement didn't involve a giant rock. Read More »
Who Loves "Dr. Who"?
Just about anyone can enjoy this British import. Read More »
Keep The Ring?
Patti Stanger and other celebs who did. Read More »

Geeks need love, too, and one of them apparently needs the quirkiest engagement ring box in existence: it’s shaped like TARDIS, the time-traveling police call box from “Dr. Who.” So did she say yes? Or is she holding out for David Tennant or Matt Smith? [The Mary Sue]

Our Favorite TV Girlfriends From The ’90s

When we look back on our favorite TV shows from the ’90s, sometimes it’s the romances that stick out, like Zack and Kelly or Rachel and Ross — but what about the female friendships? Memorable girlfriends like the ladies of Sex and the City and the Beverly Hills, 90210 frenemies were always there to watch and relate to. And unlike in movies, TV friendships play out across several years, so we’re able to watch as the relationship grows and evolves. Here are our favorite TV girlfriends from the ’90s!

“Full House”

The girlfriends: D.J. Tanner and Kimmy Gibbler

Why we loved them: As childhood best friends, these two are there for each other’s every up and down. From boy issues to family drama, D.J. and Kimmy witness each other’s best and worst times. Kimmy’s goofy, happy-go-lucky attitude is the perfect complement to D.J.’s low-key rationality. Read more …

Graduating Girl Finds Ingenious Way To Stick It To Her Math Teacher

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Kara Koskowich really wanted to make a statement when she graduated from high school, so rather than donning the traditional white graduation dress, Kara made her own — out of old math homework. [CNN]

Vincent Kartheiser Talks About Pete Campbell Pimping Out Joan Holloway On “Mad Men”

Pete Vs. Theon
A battle of douchebags in this Face-Off! Read More »
Joan's Choice
Debating Joan's decision to sleep her way to the top on "Mad Men." Read More »
"Mad Men" On The Frisky
All of The Frisky's posts about our fave show, "Mad Men." Read More »

“I’ll say this: I would personally never do that, just to be clear. I don’t think the fact that it happened in the ’60s makes it any less despicable. It’s despicable, regardless of how or when you do it. I’ll also say: Businesses oftentimes have to resort to things that they would never want the public to know they resorted to, in order to get a foothold. What’s the old saying? “Most great corporations were started with a great crime.” It’s true! And Pete is OK being the guy making that really rough call — he can stomach it. He can stomach how the sausage is made. The rest of them sit around and say, ‘It’s not my choice,’ and Pete stands up and says, “I’ll do it. I’ll go to him. I’ll go to her. I’ll go over Don’s head.” I don’t respect him for it, but I do think sometimes it takes someone like that, someone ready to be accountable, in order to get ahead.”

– Vincent Karthesier, who plays loathsome Pete Campbell on “Mad Men,” had some really smart, thoughtful things to say about his universally detested character, including Pete’s willingness to pimp out fellow employee Joan to a car executive. Karthesier has always seemed like the exact opposite of the uptight, smarmy Campbell, but in this interview with Huffington Post, he says, “I can relate with most of the things Pete does. I’m not saying I dothem, but most of his actions — in those situations — are justifiable. I don’t think it’s that far off from what other people would do.” [Huffington Post]

Jimmy Fallon & The Roots Cover “Call Me Maybe” With Carly Rae Jepsen

Call Obama Maybe?
President Obama covered "Call Me Maybe," sort of. Read More »
Miss USA Cover
Miss USA Call Me Maybe
Watch this: Miss USA contestants cover "Call Me Maybe." Read More »
Adopt Me Maybe?
Shelter dogs ask, "Adopt me, maybe?" Read More »
Jimmy Fallon and The Roots cover "Call Me Maybe"
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I think we can all agree that the “Call Me Maybe” covers need to stop. Let the last and greatest be Carly  Rae Jepsen herself covering “Call Me Maybe” with Jimmy Fallon and The Roots … on classroom instruments. Questlove with a kazoo FTW! [You Tube]

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