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Because everyone loves a little blingin’ tenderness. Click the image(s) to get more info on the earrings, necklaces, bracelets, and rings. Keep reading »

Don’t Passover Viagra

Passover is a spring time Jewish holiday that commemorates when my people sprung from slavery in Egypt by not allowing us to eat leavened bread products. In addition to being deprived of everything from delicious bagels to even the sprinkles on ice cream, devout tribe members have not been allowed to take Viagra since its introduction in 1998, on account of the little blue pill’s gelatin casing isn’t Kosher. Now, building pyramids sounds hard, but eight days without sex sounds really unfair! However, after a decade in the desert, there’s finally hope women will be screaming “Oh God!” through the holiday. Pfizer Pharmaceuticals in Israel is switching its gelatin-encasing recipe to keep the men Kosher for Passover. So while you’re not able to eat bread that rises, you will still able to get a rise out of your mensch. [BBC] Keep reading »

Pink Pooch Owner Gets Beauty Schooled

You gotta fight for your right to pink your poodle, or so a woman in Boulder, Colorado learned. Joy Douglas, who owns a local beauty salon, gave her pooch Cici a dye job to match beauty school dropout Frenchy from Grease. She now faces a $1,000 a day fine for breaking a city ordinance which states that no animals can have their fur dyed. Ms. Douglas claims that she only uses natural coloring like Kool-Aid, technically making her the only person older than 20 to use that DIY-kind of hair color. Alas, she has retained a lawyer to aid her as she makes her case that she did the dye-job to raise awareness about breast cancer. As for the puppy, Douglas told reporters, “Cici will be pink until they kick us out of the city of Boulder.” [UPI] Keep reading »

Maybe Cheese Would Be Better

Wine and chocolate are supposed to be an über-sexy combination that makes people swoon and want to take their clothes off. Or something. But in fact, most wine and chocolate doesn’t go together very well at all, according to Roy Williams, a professor emeritus in Old Dominion University’s chemistry department.

  • Most white wines don’t pair well with chocolate because the chocolate’s sweetness will make the wine taste even drier. An exception would be coupling a sweet white wine, such as an ice wine or a late harvest viognier, with milk chocolate.
  • Sparkling wines and Champagne aren’t great with chocolate, either. Such a killjoy.
  • Chocolate and a Banyuls wine (a high alcohol red from the southwest coast of France) are a supposedly a perfect paring, largely because there is so much alcohol in the wine that it cleanses the palate. [DailyPress.com] Keep reading »
  • Girl’s Night Out

    The grocery store is an excellent place to meet men. Try the ethnic foods aisle if you are interested in meeting someone spicy! [YouTube] Keep reading »

    Five Similarities We Share With Britney Spears

    There are a few things we have in common with Britney Spears: 1) We enjoy Cheetos, particularly the Flamin’ Hot variety. 2) We think the pressure for women to lose weight after giving birth is BS. 3) We love her music. 4) We totally see the hotness potential in K. Fed (C’mon, with a makeover like this? Sizzle!). 5) We also have a shrine to Justin Timberlake that we tend to every day. [Showbiz Spy] Keep reading »

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