Be My Boyfriend: Penguin Man

By: Ami Angelowicz / October 2, 2011

Alfred David, better known by the people of Brussels as “Monsieur Pingouin,” claims to share a special telepathic connection with the birds. Penguin Man waddles like a penguin (because of an old hip injury), talks like a penguin, dresses like a penguin, eats like a penguin, and actually believes he is, in fact, a penguin. More »


Want: Velociraptor Claw Extensions For Your Fingers!

By: Julie Gerstein / October 2, 2011

Because sometimes you just need a little something extra — a little more power, more edge. So call upon these intense, rather intimidating Predator Rings, from jewelry designer Danielle Nicole Hill. They’re only (ha!) $200 each, or $900 for the whole set. A small price to pay for the ability to claw someone’s eyes out,… More »


It’s Time To Cry: Watch A Deaf Woman Hear For The First Time

By: Jessica Wakeman / October 2, 2011

Oh hai. Have you cried yet today? That’s all going to change when you watch this video of a 29-year-old deaf woman hearing for the first time thanks to a hearing implant. Grab a tissue … no, grab two. [YouTube]… More »


Beauty Test Drive: Spa Sonic Skin Care System

By: Annika Harris / October 1, 2011

OK, so this has been the year of skin woes for me. First, I accidentally burnt my lips using two common beauty products — teeth whitener and Blistex. After a few weeks, my lips healed for a short time, and then began to peel again. Few products offered any long-term therapeutic relief, and after speaking… More »


Joseph Gordon-Levitt On His Head Shaving Scene

“My heart was beating hard, because we only had one take. You can’t shave your head twice. It doesn’t work … Normally, you can always do it over again when you’re making movies. You get a take two. But we only got take one, and it worked.”
Joseph Gordon-Levitt talks about one of the… More »


Next Reality TV Stars: Mandela’s Granddaughters

By: Newser / October 1, 2011

Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney, meet Zaziwe, Swati, and Dorothy: The newest trio of ladies to enter the big bad world of reality TV will be none other than Nelson Mandela’s granddaughters, the women announced today in Johannesburg. The unnamed show, which will likely air next year, will follow the lives of Zaziwe Dlamini-Manaway (34, a… More »