I did indeed see Jerry O’Connell get his manhood bitten off on the waters of Lake Havasu in “Piranha 3D.” Thank you to Amelia for convincing me to go. I thoroughly enjoyed it. As I watched this piece of highbrow film magic, I suspected that a sequel was probable. But is it possible to top the “peen scene” and if so, how? The Weinstein Company has confirmed that there is in fact a sequel on the way with the working title of “Piranha 3DD.” Get it? Like boobies! The killer fish will resurface at summer attraction, The Big Wet Water Park. Maybe the piranhas have evolved and they only eat silicone now. The possibilities are endless. [Film Drunk] Keep reading »
Prince William and Kate Middleton might have royal connections, but that hasn’t stopped them from dressing like common folk. Both William and Kate have been keeping their looks casual in the days leading up to their wedding. In honor of the royal couple, Gap, which is known for its casual-chic fashions, has begun a promotion where in-store shoppers can enter to win 50 percent off regularly priced items and 10 percent off sale items for a year. Everyday, until April 30, there will be one winner in each Gap store. That means more than 6,000 winners! So hurry into a Gap near you and enter for your chance to win! Keep reading »
Is this military-themed Budweiser commercial, um, gay? I’m guessing you don’t ask and you don’t tell, either. With so many beer commercials opting for the “real men aren’t gay! GRR! Eat some raw meat!” tactic, I can help but wonder whether it means something when two men are portrayed lovingly. As the gay blog After Elton notes, “If you substituted a woman for [the potential boyfriend portrayed throughout the commercial], it would read pretty much exactly like a heterosexual relationship.” That’s a good point. Whether the commercial is meant to be read as “gay” or “gay-friendly,” though, it’s a sad comment on society when we’ve become accustomed to ads marketed towards men being bro-tastic. [After Elton] Keep reading »
Last night was the TIME 100 Gala, TIME magazine’s celebration of the 100 most influential people in the world. Regrettably TIME has not yet recognized the staff of The Frisky as some of the world’s most influential
skanks daytime drunks bloggers, so we have to appease ourselves by checking out the dresses the morning after. I think we can conclude that the aquatic look is “in” right now, conservative women need some styling help, and “Tiger Mom” Amy Chua is surprisingly chic! After the jump, the good, the bad and the ugly of the TIME 100 Gala.
Natalie Portman‘s dad has babies on the brain, and not just because his daughter is in the final trimester of her pregnancy. Dr. Avner Hershlag (Portman is Natalie’s stage name, FYI) just happens to be a big whig at the Center for Human Reproduction in Long Island and one of the nation’s leading reproductive specialists. But he also has a creative side, too. In fact, Avner is currently shopping his first novel to publishers. It’s called Misconception, and he has dubbed it a “fertility thriller.”
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I”m not a “Dancing with the Stars” fan — D-list celebs learning how to tango? No thanks! — and find everything else on the boob tube Tuesday nights to be totally boring. Until now. Last night, “The Voice,” an “American Idol”-inspired singing competition, debuted, and against my better judgment, I tuned in. So glad I did! For starters, “The Voice” doesn’t bother to show any of the crappy auditions — contestants having already been whittled down to just the best. After all, judges Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Cee-Lo Green, and Blake Shelton are way too busy with their own successful careers to waste time listening to a bunch of talentless losers warble.
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