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Baby, Can I “Smell Yo Dick” For Reals?

About a year ago, rapper Riskay had a recommendation for all the ladies who think their man is cheating. She suggested suspicious lovers should ask to “Smell Yo Dick.” While the song was an underground hit, a woman was just beaten for using that line on her cheating husband. Just a straight shot south on the Florida Turnpike will get you from Riskay’s home in Bartow to the real scene of the “smell yo dick” crime in Port St. Lucie. After the 37-year-old victim followed her man into the bathroom to get wind of the truth, he punched her in the face and kicked her to the ground. The dude has been missing ever since, but his battered wife of three years refuses to press charges. Penis sniffing and prosecution dodging, ah, the things we do for love! [TCPalm] Keep reading »

The Greatest & Gayest Headlines Of 2008

With the passing of Proposition 8, 2008 has left a bad taste in a lot of our mouths. But it would be sad to let a year full of PR triumphs for one of the hardest working and most outspoken communities slip by without acknowledging all the honors and milestones that have been achieved! So, forget the h8terade, from the death of “don’t ask, don’t tell” to the first openly gay prime time news anchor, there were a lot of wins to be proud of — just take a look at the long list of Great Gay Headlines In 2008! Keep reading »

The Last 31 Days Of 2008: Go Shopping For A Man

I don’t have any men in my life who need presents — except for my dog, of course — but making a trip to the men’s department is going to make these last few days of frantic shopping bearable. Why? Because there are handsome things to take in, and I’m not talking about what’s for sale. Just look at this model on Steven Alan’s website. After seeing his cute, scruffy face, I feel so much better about having not bought a single present. Keep reading »

Carrie Bradshaw Is Dead

Once upon a time, Carrie Bradshaw was a role model for women across America, and “Sex and the City” promised a Manolos and men-filled life. Even after the show was canceled, it lived on in reruns, and the movie version brought lady viewers back in droves. Now, though, the recession promises to finally put to bed women’s “Sex and the City” pipe dreams, or so says Vanity Fair, when one male writer takes a ride on the “SATC” bus tour. From a sad visit to the sex shop where Charlotte bought her Rabbit vibrator to the Magnolia Bakery cupcake-eating gaggle of female tourists who ragingly recount every single episode, some women are still desperately trying to hold on to “Sex and the City” escapism, instead of sinking into the reality of the great 21st century depression. By the end of the tour of this female fantasyland that never really existed: “We all realize what an obsessively ridiculous, embarrassing, empty, and needy exercise this has been.” Us, too. [Vanity Fair] Keep reading »

Quickies!: Fashion Shuns Bryant Park

  • Vera Wang, along with Betsey Johnson and Carmen Marc Valvo, has decided not to have a flashy fashion show at the Bryant Park tents during New York Fashion Week in February. We think this has less to do with being politically correct and more to do with financial security. [Perez Hilton]
  • A Pennsylvania couple was offended when a ShopRite refused to decorate their three-year-old son’s cake because his name is Adolf Hitler Campbell. Not surprisingly, money-grubbing Walmart took the order. [Dlisted]
  • NuvaRing users may have a greater risk of developing blood clots because of the type of progestin hormone used in the Ring. But only your doctor can tell you if you’re really at risk. [Dear Sugar]
  • Jodie Sweetin can only be with her 8-month-old daughter in her parents’ home or in the presence of her parents, a judge ruled on Wednesday after Sweetin’s estranged husband made substance abuse allegations. Let’s hope discussing her meth addiction didn’t make her long for the drug. [People.com]
  • It usually pays to be a nice girl this time of year, but sometimes it’s totally appropriate to be naughty. So feel free to put that flirty coworker in her place when she’s trying to get your man under the mistletoe. [Your Tango]
  • Men think that for women, sex is more emotional then physical, so any female indiscretion is cheating. Good thing they don’t know that sometimes we fantasize about other men while we’re having sex. [Asylum]
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    10 Best Couples Of 2008

    We witnessed some really happy couples and some that made us shake our heads this year. We put the following 10 couples in the best category because they definitely generated a buzz in pop culture. Keep reading »

    Eight Movies That Changed Their Original Endings

    It’s no secret that movie endings can make or break the audience’s reaction. After we’ve been sitting there for a couple of hours, completely engrossed in the storyline, we want an ending that gives us resolution and satisfaction. The film industry recognizes this and that’s why they offer pre-screenings of films to gauge people’s reactions. When they respond unfavorably to a particular aspect, such as the ending, the movie is sent back to production for retooling. Or sometimes what seems great on paper doesn’t work on the big screen. Having to alter the ending actually happens more than you’d think, even to movies that have become legendary. Would these films be so popular or famous if the creators had stuck with the original endings? Keep reading »

    Holidays Got You Down? Look At Photos Of Baby Animals

    Sure, it’s supposed to be “…the Most Wonderful Time of the Year,” but not everyone is at their best right now. Maybe you’re sad about Taylor Lautner not playing Jacob Black in “New Moon,” being single over the holidays, or receiving a sucky gift. Well, now there’s a website that will help you feel better about the world. ZooBorns is devoted to posting photos and videos of animal babies born in zoos and aquariums. Tiny koala, gorilla, giraffe, and zebra babies will most definitely brighten your mood after you’ve spent five hours shopping at the mall. [ZooBorns] Keep reading »

    A Tweet From The Womb

    An NYU grad student has found a unique way to way to use Twitter. Corey Menscher, whose wife Ellen is eight months pregnant with the couple’s first baby, figured out a novel way to have Twitter notify him every time the baby kicks. For a class project, he invented a pregnancy belt he dubbed the Kickbee, made of a “stretchable band with embedded electronics and sensors” that “transmit small but detectable voltages when they are triggered by movement underneath.” The signals are then wirelessly transmitted to an accompanying Java application via Bluetooth. Keep reading »

    Please Don’t Do That In This Abercrombie & Fitch Store, Ma’am

    An upset woman who was informed there was no restroom in a Northern California Bay Area Abercrombie & Fitch store urinated in a changing room. The tall, Caucasian blond in her 40s entered the Corte Madera store, asked if she could use the bathroom, and when told there wasn’t one, retrieved a 5-gallon bucket from a display, and absconded to a dressing room with it. After the woman emerged, store employees discovered the bucket, along with $300 worth of Abercrombie & Fitch clothing the woman had placed in it. Oddly, the woman, who was on probation for theft and drug offenses, returned the next day, claiming she had no knowledge of what had happened the previous day. Abercrombie & Fitch declined to press charges. [Pipeline] Keep reading »

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