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Last week we discussed some bedroom moves that we consider to be poor sex etiquette. Frisky readers responded by telling us some of their least favorite sexual behaviors. After the jump, some more sexytime faux pas according to the Friskyverse. Keep them coming (pun intended) in the comments. Keep reading »
Every year, as summer begins, we always clean out our T-shirt drawer, relegating the pit- and food-stained, threadbare numbers to the rag bin. Then the fun starts, as we stock up on new T’s to get us through the warm months. Sure, we mostly go for plain styles that are are easily paired with shorts and jeans, but we also always grab a few that have something special about them. For example, these horse and wolf etched V-necks from Wolf & Harrison. We liked them so much, we finagled a bit of a deal for ourselves — and you! Frisky readers can enter FRISKYSUMMER at checkout and get 35 percent off W&H’s T-shirts. Now that’s something to howl about.
[$40.00 Wolf & Harrison]
Every time a new “Twilight” movie trailer is released, YouTube user nuttymadam3575 — a British chick who appears to be in her late-teens or early-20s — posts a reaction video that is 10 times out of 10 more entertaining than the trailer itself. Her latest reaction vid, in response to the just released “Breaking Dawn: Part 1″ trailer, is no exception. I thought this was supposed to be a happy occasion! A new “Twilight” trailer, YAY! Woot woot! Unfortunately, Nutty Madam is hit by the realization that this is the final film and what should be a joyous experience is marred by the tragedy “that it’s all going to end!” A metaphor for life if there ever was one. (Warning, this video is NSFW because of her salty language.) [YouTube] Keep reading »
It’s funny. I always thought I despised the red carpet arrival specials that proceed most awards shows and are a flurry of what-are-you-wearing questions. But for last night’s MTV Movie Awards, the network decided to do away with this tradition. Instead, they aired the season finale of “America’s Best Dance Crew” and then dropped us straight into the awards show with a “Hangover 2” spoof. It felt like there was no wind up, no anticipation built. Let’s just say that I will never roll my eyes at another red carpet special again, as I now see that they serve a purpose.
Overall, last night’s MTV Movie Awards seemed a little … flat. Jason Sudeikis‘ jokes elicited scowls rather than laughter. The presenter pairings—always people starring in a movie together—felt a little shillfesty. And almost all of the awards for the night went to the same movie—”Twilight: Eclipse“—a problem since the cast members didn’t seem to even want them.
But that said, there were some great moments, too. After the jump, the five best and worst moments. Keep reading »