“It sounds like something I might have said when I was, like, 15. The bitches in high school were bitches because I was pretty.”
– January Jones in Marie Claire UK in response to the claim that her modeling career was sparked by a desire to prove “all those bitches in high school who said I wasn’t pretty” wrong. Oh my. She’s lovely. And humble. And so warm. I wonder how those bitches in high school ever could have hated her? [Fashion Etc.] Keep reading »
Russians love extreme things: Caviar, cold winters, lesbian teen band Tatu. And they do love some extreme clothing. This past week was Russian Fashion Week, and Russian designers did not disappoint. After the jump, some of our favorite outrageous fashions, both on and off the runway.
On Tuesday, Elizabeth Berkley joined former “Saved by the Bell” co-star Mario Lopez on “Extra” to promote her new book. And, oh, how I love what she tweeted about the experience. “I’m so excited, I’m so excited—I’m so … scared.” Classic television. [PopWrap] Keep reading »
According to a new study, the happiest families have exactly 2.0 daughters. No more, no less. While two girls is heaven, double the number of girls, and parents report being in hell. Four girls is the worst brood combination to get stuck with. Hell hath no fury like sisters scorned. The next best child combo is one boy and one girl, who rarely fight over toys, but don’t bond quite as much. I found this to be a nice combination growing up, especially when my brother agreed to let me put makeup on him. I’m sorry, Adam. How about you, where does your sibling combo rank, and do you agree with its ranking? [Daily Mail UK] Keep reading »
In a recent Slate article, bookstore employee, Emma Straub, talks about bookstores being a perfect setting to find true love:
“There are many reasons why bookstores are naturally romantic environments: the smell of paper, the soft lighting, the baseline understanding that those inside like to read, and are therefore probably not morons. Browsing customers often circle each other like timid sharks, the piles of books in their hands their only weapons.”
As a book-loving single woman, you’d think bookstores would be my ideal place to meet guys. Not even close. When I shared my own reasoning (which you can read, after the jump), with the Frisky staff, a lively debate ensued. Check out our editors’ respective camps after the jump. Tell us what you think in the comments. Are you pro or con bookstore romance? Keep reading »