“It used to be my thing, I would propose all the time. Just go up to someone, you know, and say ‘I love you’ or ask them to marry you. It always works.” — Robert Pattinson Keep reading »
A certain woman in my life wants to know what guys are thinking when a breakup goes down. So here it goes. We think about beer. And drinking it. And how drinking said beer will help us get lucky with the la-a-dies. The ladies with the righteous hoots.
Alright, fine. That was a sweeping gender generalization. A crude, cheap oversimplification of the masculine condition… But that doesn’t stop it from being true. Keep reading »
Edward Cullen and Bella Swan, ZOMG, I mean Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, were on “The Today Show” this morning to promote “Twilight” which opens in theaters tomorrow. This interview was awkward to watch for a number of reasons, the first being that Pattinson and Stewart seem really burnt out by all the fan obsession, Stewart especially. I kind of get the feeling that Pattinson likes the fact that he can get all the booty he wants, but frankly, it also seems like the only booty he wants is Kristen’s.
Anyway, it was also awkward because “Today” featured a lot of footage of fans going absolutely apes**t for Pattinson, declaring things like, “He’s the love of my life! The reason for my existence! And I love him!” And that was just coming from a teenager — at the end of the segment, Meredith Viera dragged Pattinson and Stewart out into the cold to answer questions from “Twilight” fans, including one woman, who had to be in her late 20s, whose head seemed poised to explode. Clip above! (Oh, also, Robert, time to wash the hair. It looks like it smells.) Keep reading »
Oh Fabio, you’re soooooo sexy! Syke! But he is always good for laughs, so check out the shirtless (yet still wearing a jacket) bottled blonde “stud” doing what he does best — talking about himself, wooing women paid to fall at this feet, and flexing. From the boys who brought you Angela Lansbury’s camel toe and the Freddie Krueger beauty mask, here is another video to gawk at — a retrospective of ’90s-era Fabio romancing the small screen. I can’t believe it’s not better! [Everything Is Terrible]
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Well, actually, male menopause is called “andropause.” But wordage aside, researchers are trying to prove there is a very real life change men experience in their silver fox years, akin to the infamous female hot flashin’ phase. Just as women stop ovulating, men see a steep drop in hormonal levels between the ages of 45-50. However, their low levels aren’t really evident until they start having medical problems in their 60’s. While some believe male menopause is merely a myth, certain medical researchers, like the European Association of Urology, are trying to link diabetes, obesity, depression, sensitive moobs, exhaustion and lack of sex drive all to the decrease in testosterone. Damn, that male hormone is causing more problems than our tanking economy! Doctors are running tests to find a possible solution, injecting testosterone into over-65 dudes, hoping to prove it can stave off the symptoms of old age. Hmm, could this be Mick Jagger’s secret new drug fix? [Guardian and Mayo Clinic]
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Brad Pitt is on Oprah RIGHT NOW, but here’s the highlights of his solo interview with Miss Winfrey before his “Curious Case Of Benjamin Button” co-star, Cate Blanchett, came out. Apparently, the Jolie-Pitt kids are really bad at chewing their food and like things that smell funny. Maybe being their nanny wouldn’t be such a dream… Keep reading »
While us gals are pulling on tights and wrapping scarves around our necks to warm ourselves during the cold months, guys can get nature to help by growing out their facial hair. We’re big believers in scruff, but sometimes guys like to get a little experimental. After all, for them, facial hair is like an accessory. If your boyfriend has stopped shaving in hopes that he’ll have a woolly beard in a few weeks, check out the facial hair of Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Adrian Brody below so you can provide some guidance. Or just look at the manly faces and drool. Keep reading »
So, People has spoken, and they’ve chosen “Australia” star Hugh Jackman as 2008′s “Sexiest Man Alive.” Jackman certainly is a hot piece — we like the tan, rugged look he sports in the movie — and he has that magical ability to play fey just as well as he plays macho. The proof is in the “The Boy From Oz.” The rest of the list is equally as smoking, featuring everyone from Blair Underwood to Jon Hamm. Still, if you had the power to vote, who would you have chosen as “Sexiest Man Alive”? Keep reading »
One of The Frisky staffers is insanely obsessed with what she calls “man noses” — noses that are distinctive, large, masculine, and rugged looking. The antithesis of what Michael Jackson has going on with his beak, basically. Can you identify the man noses above? Cheat sheet is below. Once you think you’ve got it figured out, click past the jump to see our slideshow and find out if you’re right…
Celebrity Man Noses (in no particular order): Tommy Lee Jones, Denzel Washington, Mark Wahlberg, Daniel Craig, Adrien Brody, LeBron James, Cameron Diaz, Harrison Ford, Jay-Z, and Javier Bardem. Keep reading »
Hi, I’m single. Like, what’s up with that? Word. Can I buy you a vodka tonic, super fox?
Okay – let me interrupt for a second, and preempt our regularly scheduled programming to get some things off my hairy, muscular, barrel chest. I’m guessing you heard that the guy with the lizard neck lost the presidential election to the guy with the lady fingers, right? So…
I normally make a conscious choice to reject the idea of identity politics, which is to say, to gravitate towards politicians who are just like me, either ideologically, or, on a more base level, culturally. I am instantly distrustful of politicians who tell me they drink beer just like me, or listen to the music I listen to, or who suggest that I vote for them because their biological fortunes confer an expertise others cannot possibly claim. These notions are nothing more than cheap, aspirational lies. Keep reading »