Let’s Make A Muxtape, Shall We?

So, this week I decided to make an entire mixtape of songs with the word “cry” in the title, because I am a giant cry baby. I cried on Friday night! And on Sunday! Oh, and last night when I saw this Cheerios commercial that I love. Anyway, some of the greatest songs in the universe are sad songs and a handful of the songs I chose will tug at your heartstrings. Some of them are peppy too, like “Big Girls Don’t Cry”, which is, duh, clearly not true. Enjoy the playlist for the next week! [The Frisky’s Muxtape] Keep reading »

Do Affairs Help Relationships?

In the recently published When Good People Have Affairs, author Mira Kirshenbaum writes that cheating on your spouse can be therapeutic and help people change. “You could think of it as a radical but necessary medical procedure,” she told British newspaper The Observer. “If your marriage is in cardiac arrest, an affair can be a defibrillator.” Interestingly enough, she believes that adulterers should never confess, even if their partner asks directly whether they’ve had an affair. In her mind, honestly is not the best policy, because the truth can be more painful than the lie. Does Mira know that sometimes the truth hurts? [The Telegraph, U.K.] Keep reading »

Use Facebook Instead Of Sending Wedding Invitations

Weddings are expensive, that’s a fact. But there are some things you can do to keep the costs down. Alicia Rockmore, the CEO of an organizational company, says no one looks at invitations, and you should just have them printed online or send email invitations. Cheap invites are one thing, but email invitations? I think it’s bad enough when I find out my friends are engaged by looking at their Facebook pages. Read the article if you’re actually planning your wedding and want more tips that may or may not be useful. [WDSU] Keep reading »

The Daily Hotness: Justin Nozuka

This morning I was watching VH1 on accident (I am more of a MTV kind-of-girl) and this video from some dude named Justin Nozuka came on the tube. He sings those kind of songs that you sing around a beach bonfire — like Jack Johnson or Ben Harper-type jams. I went to college in Santa Cruz, so I’m not the kind of snot who thinks music like that is lame. Besides, Justin was hot. So I looked him up, and here he is! He was born in 1988, which meant I had to do the math to make sure he was legal (he’s 20, obvi). Anyway, I officially predict that Justin is going to be a big hit in the U.S. (he’s originally from Canada), especially with the ladies. Click here to see the video that caught my eye. Keep reading »

The Daily Squeeze: Brody Jenner’s TV Show, Kim Kardashian’s Cupcakes, And Staying Up Late

  • It’s official. Brody Jenner is getting his own MTV series. On Bromance, regular guys will come to Hollywood in hopes of being chosen to be a part of Brody’s entourage. Contestants will be axed in “Hot Tub Elimination Ceremonies” and asked to leave the bachelor pad in a wet swimsuit. What will they think of next? [Reuters]
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    Frisky Quote Of The Day: James McAvoy

    “I screen-tested for the movie over a year ago and they never gave me the part. Then, it was about seven months later when they went, Look, we’ve been trying to find someone who’s muscle-y who looks good and all that, but it just didn’t work with someone like that…. Could you come and do it? They basically just said, ‘You’re the runt of the litter and that’s what makes it work.’” — James McAvoy on being cast in the upcoming film Wanted with Angelina Jolie Keep reading »

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