For the last couple of weeks, our office has been buzzing about March Madness — as our coworkers debate who’s going to win in this year’s NCAA tournament. Most of us Frisky girls don’t really give a crap about that (though yes, sports are fun and yada yada yada.) But bracket games are fun! And we wanted to get in on the action, so we created one of our own, celebrating the truly crazy people and things that happened this past year. Every day this week, we’ll choose two brackets to go head-to-head. You’ll vote for who you think is the most out there and outrageous and the winner will move forward in the game. After all, you’ve always wondered who’d win a crazy contest — Courtney Love or Paz de la Huerta, right? Check back here for updates and don’t forget to vote! Keep reading »
It happens to the best of us: we throw on a hot dress only to realize later there is no way to sit down without flashing everyone in the room, or maybe we’re so excited to wear our favorite sweater that we forget to put on pants. On that note, here are this week’s top “Don’t Show-cha Your Chocha” moments from red carpets, award stages, and online stores. Click through to check ‘em out, and remember, if you spot a DSYC example, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org!
Sure, this might look like any old run of the mill cute kitten, but it’s actually a special little endangered guy. He’s an African black-footed cat. And he was born to a regular house cat who’d been implanted with an embryo of the endangered species. It’s the first inter-species implantation of its kind, and its success will hopefully lead to other future endangered species interventions.
Question: Is this a costume you can buy a the Horse Costume Store? I’m assuming there’s a horse costume store, of course. Otherwise, kudos to the owners of these horses for creating such a wonderful, affecting Harry-alike. Also, is there some magic Venn Diagram showing how Horse Girls and Harry Potter fans overlap? I’d like to see that. Either way, click to see a couple more Potter-some horses. Keep reading »
Yeah, yeah, St. Patrick’s Day, whatever. More importantly, Happy National Corndog Day! For the past 20 years, one Saturday in March has been set aside to celebrate college basketball, beer, and batter-dipped meat on a stick. Even though I don’t give a crap about March Madness, I feel very strongly about any holiday that encourages copious corndog consumption. My brothers and I used to celebrate with a corndog eating contest, which I would always lose, but within a few hours it would become clear that the digestive system of the man who had eaten 13 corndogs was the real loser. Good times. Check out the official Corndog Day website for more details and celebration ideas!