The Bad Girlfriend Hides Her Vices

When I was a teenager, I hid all of my vices from my mom and dad. My high school boyfriend snuck in and out of our house so they wouldn’t know I was having sex, I kept perfume and eye drops in a boot in the garage so I wouldn’t smell and look so stoned when I walked in, and once I even hid my jeans in the backyard when I came home so drunk I peed my pants while trying to open the front door. For the most part, mom and dad remained oblivious to my shady behavior. (Except, sadly, my mom found the pee pants in the backyard before I could wake up, and threw them in my face. And a nosy neighbor once squealed to her about strange boys jumping out the window. Also, sorry, mom. I do hope I don’t have a daughter like me.)
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Poll: Who Is It Most Important To Impress — Friends Or Family?

Last night on Maxim Radio (Sirius 108), hosts Devore & Diana were talking about test dates and how meeting the friends and meeting the parents are the biggest examples of a person being tested in a new relationship. Then callers went back and forth about which was more important — impressing the parents, the siblings, or the friends. What do you think? Keep reading »

The Daily Squeeze, SATC Edition: As Big As Bond, Blue Shoes, And Fascinating Fascinators

  • The Sex and the City movie “is already on par with the success of the last Bond film” according to one theater in England. A few American women are as big in England as Bond? Whoa. [The Telegraph, U.K.]
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    Women Are Being Put To The Test

    We’ve all taken risks — tried things and people we weren’t sure of and chalked it up to experimentation. It’s all part of being a liberated woman. But sadly we’re are missing out on some of the most important testing that is actually guaranteed to give us what we need: clinical trials. Research has shown that gender can truly affect a medication’s ability to work on such widespread health issues as depression and lung cancer. Despite the growing need for a pool of available and even in some cases, healthy women, a mere 9% of test subjects are female. So, many drugs are being prescribed without ever being tested on a lady. To alleviate this dilemma, the rules for clinical tests changed in 1993 to always include women who still intended to bear children. However, a decade and a half later, not much more has changed. Scientists blame everything from lack of time to lack of awareness; 93% of women surveyed said they had never even been asked to participate in a clinical trial. Keep reading »

    Quick Pic: The New York Times Gets Fierce With Tyra Banks

    According to a press release sent to Jezebel, this tittilating New York Times Magazine interview will detail all 275 of TyTy’s modeling smiles “from ‘angry but still smiling’ to ‘flirting with boyfriend.’” Will there be a part two which details all 1,576 of Tyra’s smiling-with-her-eyes poses? Keep reading »

    Get REALLY Skinny For Bikini Season!

    Thank goodness for The Onion. I was really tearing my hair out about how to lose the extra 50 lbs I’m carrying around my mid-section before putting on a bikini this summer, but now I know chewing on pencils when I’m hungry is the answer! [The Onion] Keep reading »

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