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Underalls To the Rescue!


I totally love ads for various feminine products, whether it be yeast infection creams, douche, or undergarments — they can be either so stone-cold serious or cheekily hysterical. Like this ad from the ’70s for Underalls, an old school pantyhose/undie combo, which shows an animated Underall eraser flying through the air, wiping the visible panty lines from womens’ rear ends. Sounds better than thongs. [YouTube via ] Keep reading »

Thrillist’s Top 5 Things That Don’t Suck

The Frisky has teamed up with Thrillist, the daily men’s lifestyle and city guide, to bring you a weekly list of things for the guys in your life. Here’s “Thrillist’s Top 5 Things That Don’t Suck”.

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Rock this edgy Milan-based designer’s pattern-stitched beauties to work, and the only person who’ll out-clout you in meetings will be gold-spiked sprinter Michael Johnson, who smokes you at company field day, too. Man, that guy owns you. [Yoox.com]
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Kimora Lee Simmons’ Doggie Diamond

My dog, Lucca, had to go to the vet today which has got me thinking about what I would do if she didn’t come home — pets are like family and the only thing I love more than her is my fiancé. My mom and brother are third and fourth (sorry, guys!). So aside from contemplating taking a long walk off a short pier, I think I might follow Kimora Lee Simmons lead. Her beloved dog Zoe just died and she’s thinking about having the 18-year old pup’s remains turned into a diamond. Say what? “There is a company that makes diamonds out of your loved ones,” the fabulous Kimora told People. “They make diamonds from a little of the carbon from the ash, so I might do that.” It seems like a better way of keeping your dog with you at all times — after all, my childhood cat, Ribbon, is sitting in a tin in a storage facility somewhere in Southern California. [StarPulse] Keep reading »

Get Scared Into Aging Well

If you smoke, drink a little too much, or don’t wear sunscreen, you’re going to have a few more wrinkles than you would otherwise. But you knew that because you’ve heard it a million times. What you need is a time machine that will take you into the future and show you what a hot 60-year-old you would be if you gave up your bad habits. At least two companies have technologies available or in the works that illustrate your future self. And the results might scare you into becoming a healthy eater, a non-smoker, and a religious wearer of SPF 30. Unless, of course, you want your mouth to look like a cat’s anus. [Good Morning America] Keep reading »

The Skinny On The Real Midlife Crisis

When my mom started trying to lose weight just so she could be skinnier than me, I tried to support her sadistic desire. Okay, maybe her personal trainer wasn’t a personal attack at my waistline, but I thought once you hit a certain age, you just looked forward to getting fat — I already feel like I’m there. Anyway, when my mom, who I shared a size with, started trying giving me her “fat clothes” because she got so thin, I knew she was sick, but I didn’t realize she was part of a growing epidemic known as Desperate Housewives Syndrome, named for the popular television show that stars skinny minis like Teri Hatcher. With their role model-types looking “fit” over 40, more middle-aged women are feeling pressure to lose their extra rolls. Keep reading »

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