Zergnet: Simply Irresistible
In the same vein as our popular “What Are We Reading This Week?” series, we thought it would be fun to find out what The Frisky’s editors — and readers — are listening to while we pound away at the keys all day. Keep clicking to find out what music is making our booties shake right now — and share current faves in the comments!
I guess what’s good for the goose is really good for the gander. Or at least what’s good for Jennifer Love Hewitt is also good for … guys. We’ve been making fun of the art of vajazzling for years now. But now it appears that one dude—British reality television star Mark Wright, to be exact—is trying to make the same trend of sticking Swarovski crystals to your downtown areas in cutesy patterns happen for men. And yes, he is calling it “pejazzling.”
“Men wear diamond watches and bling earrings—this is no different,” he explains. Keep reading »
Like many women before her, Maria Shriver is doing the rounds as the disgraced political spouse. She’s on the cover of People magazine — “Maria’s Broken Heart!” trills the cover line — and she’s a guest on one of Oprah’s very last shows. (In fact, on Tuesday night when the identity of Arnold Schwarzenegger‘s mistress and his love child were revealed, Shriver was spotted out on the town with Oprah at dinner.) I would bet money on it that Shriver eventually writes a memoir about this time of her life, like Elizabeth Edwards and Jenny Sanford before her.
Let me be clear: I don’t mean to make light of any heartbreak Maria Shriver and the Schwarzenegger children — they’ve got four, ages 13 to 21 — are most assuredly feeling or of the humiliation of their dirty laundry being aired in the public eye. No one deserves this and I hope they are all as tough as elephant hides as they deal with it.
And yet … I have a hard time feeling sorry for Maria Shriver. Rumors of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s infidelity and sexual harassment have been going on for years. Arnold’s wandering penis (and hands) pre-dates his governorship of California, a role that staunch Democrat and Kennedy scion Maria Shriver helped him win. So, while this situation undeniably sucks, I’m not boo-hoo-hooing for her. Keep reading »
It’s hard to imagine that Arnold Schwarzenegger‘s four kids aren’t pretty pissed at him right about now. On Tuesday, Patrick Schwarzenegger, 17, tweeted, “Some days you feel like s**t, some days you want to quit and just be normal for a bit, yet i love my family till death do us apart.” But on Wednesday, he changed his name on Twitter from Patrick Schwarzenegger to Patrick Shriver. Which certainly signals some anger.