Rihanna Loves A Good Spanking

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“Being submissive in the bedroom is really fun. You get to be a little lady, to have somebody be macho and in charge of your s**t. That’s fun to me … I like to be spanked. Being tied up is fun. I like to keep it spontaneous. Sometimes whips and chains can be overly planned — you gotta stop, get the whip from the drawer downstairs. I’d rather have him use his hands.”

Rihanna may sing in “S&M” that “chains and whips excite me,” but IRL the girl just loves a good old-fashioned spanking. Hawt. [Rolling Stone] Keep reading »

Whose Style Do You Want To Steal?

Celebs–they have all the luck. Not only do they have heaps of money and fame, but they’re often given the most stunning clothes for free. It’s just not fair, so we’re doing something to level the playing field by stealing their most special looks and making them our own. So tell us: Do you have a celeb outfit you’d love to steal? {encode=”julie@thefrisky.com” title=”Send us a picture”} of leave a link for us in the comments, and we’ll do our best to find you an equally amazing outfit for a lot less! Keep reading »

Dear Wendy: “Should I Leave My Boyfriend Behind?”

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I am a 21-year-old college student, graduating this spring. I was recently accepted to an Ivy League institution to pursue my graduate degree, and I have never been more excited! However, I have a boyfriend of over six years, who really wants to follow me to graduate school. At first, this seemed like a great idea. I am very happy that he supports me and we have a very strong relationship. However, he does not have a lot of ambition. While I will be going for a graduate degree, he failed out of college and has not really shown any interest in going back. He is currently a cook, and would be able to get a job pretty easily if we move. He has also talked about other labor jobs or bartending. Another concern is that he has never lived anywhere but with his parents. I have been on my own for four years. I am worried that he’ll find it difficult to live away from home. On the other hand, I think it would be a great opportunity for him to move to a city where there are many more opportunities for him. Considering all of this, I am also concerned about myself. I want to be able to take advantage of this opportunity to attend an Ivy League institution to the fullest. I do love him, and I don’t want to lose him, but I am really unsure if he should come along with me, or if I should essentially leave him behind. I don’t want to have any regrets. What do you think I should do? — Off to an Ivy

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Happy Birthday, Celine Dion, You Are Amazing!


Happy Birthday to Celine Dion, the greatest singer …. in the world! This is the perfect excuse to post/watch this amazing tribute video, edited together by Rich at FourFour. Keep reading »

What Exactly Is A Cloud Girlfriend?

Need a fake girlfriend? Have no fear—a company called Cloud Girlfriend is here to bring you one. All you have to do is tell them a bit about what your perfect girlfriend would look and be like, and they’ll create an online personality for her. They’ll even have her post on your Facebook wall, just as a real girlfriend would. Cloud Girlfriend hasn’t officially launched yet, nor do they divulge exactly how much their service costs, but the site is registering clients. I can think of a few reasons guys would want this—to make another girl jealous or to convince friends and family members that they’re straight if they’re still in the closet—but overall, it’s kinda sad. Especially the fact that this faux girlfriend they’re advertising wears zebra print pumps. Ew. [AOL News] Keep reading »

8 Celebs Obsessed With “Angry Birds”

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What is it about “Angry Birds?” I wouldn’t know because I don’t have an iPhone. I know, I am the one of the last humans without one. Embarrassing. I’m still hooked on Snood. Maybe I should ask Amelia, who is probably playing “Angry Birds” as we speak. I hate to use the “A” word, but I think it might be appropriate in her case. The woman is a little bit … well … addicted. But she’s not alone in her struggle. Many other celebs (and non-celebs) have confirmed their feverish obsession for the game being called “the next Pac Man.” There are even rumors about movie and television versions of the game. Click through to see some celebs who have a little bit of an “Angry Birds” problem.
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