Shopping Guide: 9 Adorable Cross-Body Bags

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Amelia was mocking me this morning for my love of mini-purses, but she’ll see where she’s wrong when I smack some catcalling oaf in the face with a perfectly-sized mini-purse and she can’t! Mini-purses, besides being adorable, are perfect for a woman who knows all she needs in life is her cell phone, lip gloss and enough money to get home. No more dragging your life’s possessions around over one arm and killing your neck and shoulder blades. Suck it, hobo bags — your days are numbered.

Often, mini-purses come with long straps and are called “cross-body bags,” although that sounds too much to me like Mom carrying her valuables in a passport holder across her body at Disney World because she’s afraid of getting pickpocketed outside of Space Mountain. Instead of mini-purses or “cross-bodies,” I prefer the French-ified description: sacs. They’re little sacs! Isn’t that cute? After the jump, check out nine mini-purses/cross-bodies/sacs perfect for catcaller-smacking — or just lip gloss-holding.

Well, That’s Adorable: Pug In Pug Slippers

There’s an excessive amount of construction happening outside my apartment today (workin’ from home right now) and the jackhammering has gotten to the point where I was literally about to go outside and offer a blow job in exchange for some peace and quiet. But then I saw this photo and I was suddenly calm. I guess I won’t be prostituting myself after all. Phew. [Well That's Adorable] Keep reading »

What’s A “Stay-At-Home Girlfriend”?

Linkbait — (noun), an article written online for the sole purpose of trying to draw traffic.

You’ve heard of stay-at-home-moms — now it’s time to meet a “stay-at-home-girlfriend.” Writing on the Brooklyn-based blog Brokelyn, blogger Quiana Stokes described how she recently lost her job and is now a “stay-at-home-girlfriend” in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, playing house and having the roast ready for her boyfriend when he comes home. Feminist bloggers are abuzz with Quiana’s “stereotypically Stepfordish rules,” like picking up after her boyfriend when he gets dressed in the morning, cooking dinner every night, keeping up her hair and nails, and fixing his favorite cocktails when he comes home from a hard day’s work.

Now, I’m going to say something that might surprise you about this proto-Betty Draper: frankly, I don’t think the article is that offensive. Keep reading »

Everyone In Hollywood Is Obsessed With Robert Pattinson

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You don’t have to be a tweenager or a Twihard to L-O-V-E Robert Pattinson. Reese Witherspoon recently sat down with “Entertainment Tonight” to talk about filming “Water for Elephants” with everyone’s favorite lovesick vampire. “I am so lucky,” she said. “He’s so amazing and wonderful and sweet and just the nicest guy too, so you can just add that to the soup. I mean, he’s just so good looking. And he’s a really nice person.” Sounds like someone might have a little bit of a crush. Watch out, Kristen Stewart? [People]

But Reese is far from the only famous person to go crazy over R-Patz. After the jump, more celebrities—both male and female—who want to be president of the Robert Pattinson fan club.

Alleged Details On Lara Logan’s Assault In Egypt Emerge

“60 Minutes” reporter Lara Logan has still not spoken publicly about being attacked on February 11 in Egypt‘s Tahrir Square while she reported on civil unrest there, but alleged details have emerged in an Australian newspaper about the physical and sexual assault Logan endured. It has really, really annoyed me reading internet commenters who have parried back and forth about Logan being “raped” (usually while discussing whether she put herself in the position for such a thing to happen), when, in fact, “rape” is a complete assumption. In its statement regarding the attack on Lara Logan and her TV crew, all that CBS News said regarding the assault was, “In the crush of the mob, she was separated from her crew. She was surrounded and suffered a brutal and sustained sexual assault and beating …” People made their own inferences that “sexual assault” meant “rape,” when, in fact, it appears it did not. Keep reading »

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