Forgetting Sarah Marshall
Starring Jason Segel, Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell
Okay, ladies this is a very special addition of “We See Chick Flicks”. Both because I loved, loved, loved this movie and for the PENIS factor. Yup, you’ve probably heard about it, and maybe some of you have already seen it, but this movie is very, how shall I put it, frontally loaded. And we’re not talking a little peek, we’re talking the WHOLE pecker (and might we add, the 6-foot-something actor shows his…height). We’re talking full view, slightly hard schlong. Most movies who deign to show the whole male form, wimp out with a little glimpse of the turtle head, but Jason worked hard (pun intended) to show us his full potential. While getting fully hard would have warranted an X-rating, he got right up to that point, a point which we will refer to as “getting long” [Meaty! -- Editor], and let me tell you, he’s got nothing to be ashamed of. Now. Moving on. Keep reading »
Putting on pasties for the first time was fabulous. Putting on pasties for the first time while lactatingâ€”well, that was fabulous and messy. But no matter what, I refuse to turn them in!
Before I became a mom, I regularly emceed a bunch of New York-based burlesque shows (Starshine Burlesque, Le Scandal, and Red Hots Burlesque to name a few) and I found that audiences enjoyed my raunchy persona, a combination of Elviraâ€™s boobs and wardrobe, Ethel Merman’s voice and Rudy Ray Mooreâ€™s mouth (and if you donâ€™t know who Rudy Ray Moore is, I encourage you to get schooled immediately). But once I had a kid, everyone seemed to assume that I would change, that Iâ€™d become more, oh, I donâ€™t know, virginal. I always thought that was kind of odd. After all, I had an 8 pound 12 ounce infant pop out of my vag, so there was no longer anything even remotely virginal about me (not like there had been before).
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Getting dumped sucks, but thereâ€™s always a lesson to be learned from a failed relationship, right? Ben Karlin and the other men who contributed to Things Iâ€™ve Learned From Women Whoâ€™ve Dumped Me seem to think so. We had real-life couple (who have broken up and gotten back together) read and discuss the book of essays.
Yasmin: I donâ€™t know what to make of this book. Some of the essays had me cracking up, and others left me thinking, â€œWhereâ€™s the punch line?â€
Harley: I actually thought it was a great idea to take a bunch of writers and comedians and have them share their stories about getting screwed over by girls. I found myself thinking back on similar events. No matter who you are, you can relate, you know? Keep reading »
A good-looking guy can approach you with a manly swagger, but if his smile is busted, game over. And no amount of alcohol can make you feel good about frenching a mouth full of rotten nubbin teeth. Sorry, Austin Powers. So whereâ€™s a girl to go? According to Menâ€™s Health, the best bites are in the Midwest, with cities like Minneapolis, Madison, and St. Paul topping their lists. Although Las Vegas is ranked high as one the cities that buy the most floss, weâ€™re pretty sure the locals call it â€œg-strings.â€ [Menâ€™s Health] Keep reading »
We knew it wouldn’t take long before someone complained about the OMFG ads for Gossip Girl — only it’s not the implied curse words that has got the Parents Television Council pissed off. The ads feature “cleavage kissing”, which the PTC considers inappropriate marketing for teens 12-17. Gotta say, there are far more worrisome messages being sent on Gossip Girl (like encouraging shallow consumerism!) that I’m not so sure I’d be psyched about my impressionable teen watching the show. Gossip Girl is for adults, darnit! [WND.com] Keep reading »
An advertisement about the genital mutilating clitorectomy has just won an International Advertising Association Award for Social Responsibility. The print PSA is a photo of a naked women on her back with her legs spread. Covering her private interests is a white circle that reads, â€œWet your finger and rub to find out what millions of women feel.â€ After you stroke the spot, magic ink makes â€œNOTHINGâ€ appear. Even scarier are the statistics — about 4 girls a minute are subjected to female circumcision with an estimated total of 100 million victims worldwide. The ad, funded by The Association of Women Against Genital Mutilation, cleverly gets the clitorisâ€™ point across. Congratulations to the Contrapunto Advertising Agency in Barcelona, Spain, who knows how important it is that we speak up for those that canâ€™t speak up for themselves! [Trend Hunter] Keep reading »
What were you doing at age 16? Maybe learning how to drive? Taking Algebra 2? Well, Alia Sabur was getting her Ph.D. at that age. Yep, and then she became the youngest college professor in history at 18. (The previous record holder was a student of Sir Isaac Newton.) Alia is also a music prodigy (she plays the cello) and has a black belt in tae kwon do. You might be thinking, “How can I not hate this girl?”, but she’s not annoying and seems to be a fairly normal young woman who is putting her super-intelligence to good use. Her official professorship at Konkuk University in Korea begins next month, but Alia has been teaching math and physics at Southern University in New Orleans. “Some people come and they do Habitat for Humanity and they build houses, but I donâ€™t think I would be very good,” she said. “So I tried to do what Iâ€™m good at. I was particularly interested in this university because they are still in trailers after Hurricane Katrina. And I thought it could be something I do to help.” [MSNBC] Keep reading »
A husband and wife were tidying up their villa at Disney World in Orlando, and the husband accidentally threw away his wife’s engagement, wedding, and five-year-anniversary rings. Oops. But those devoted Disney employees donned protecteive clothing, searched through trash, and found the rings! “That’s not the first time we’ve gone through trash â€” oh, no,” said Drew Weaver, the executive housekeeper at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge. “We don’t always find things. Many times we come up empty. But we didn’t this time.” [AP] Keep reading »
While we might joke that chocolate is a lifesaver, but it actually is! A new study from Yale University found that pregnant women who eat chocolate every day dramatically reduce the risk of preeclampsia, a disorder that raises a pregnant woman’s blood pressure, causes premature births, and can result in death. But thereâ€™s also hope for those without a bun in the oven — the treats contain theobromine, which helps with persistent coughing. Hacking up a lung never sounded so sweet! [Daily Mail]
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