Quote Of The Day: Gerard Butler Doesn’t Know What Kind Of Woman He Wants

“Sometimes along the way in my life I don’t want a smart woman right now, I want a dumb woman. But then you think, that doesn’t work, now I want a smart woman. Then you get a smart woman and you go no, that doesn’t work so it’s just killing me right now.”

Gerard Butler explains why he doesn’t have a ladyfriend [Dlisted] Keep reading »

But Can You Walk In Them?

Talk about a test-drive. Recent fashion seasons have seen some of the highest heels on record, from Nina Ricci’s heel-less high-heels to Rodarte’s towering Frankenstein boots. They may be beautiful, but can real women walk to work in the seven-inch stilettos that sent some supermodels spilling on the runways? The ladies at New York‘s style blog, The Cut, pulled together some of the craziest footwear and found out what happens when you try and sashay down the street in them. “They’re incredibly uncomfortable,” one good sport reports. And as for those Nina Ricci heels? Forget about it — unless you like walking on your tiptoes. [The Cut] Keep reading »

We See Chick Flicks: “Julie & Julia”

Starring Meryl Streep and Amy Adams
Directed by Nora Ephron

The Lowdown: Here’s what I wish the title of this movie was: “Julia.” Period. No Julie, just Julia.

Julie, who you probably know as the blogger and author who cooked through Julia Child’s recipes in a year, is a drip. Julie (as played by Amy Adams) is a self-acknowledged failure on the brink of 30, who had striven to publish a novel and instead wrote only a portion of it before settling for a dreary Manhattan office job. A painful commentary on the state of professional women, there’s the lingering stereotype (and, admittedly, partial reality) of the “lost” thirty-something woman that hangs over the climate Julie exists in. Keep reading »

Gallery: Queen Latifah And Other Celebs With A “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” Policy

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Queen Latifah may have a loud voice, but the singer stays tight-lipped when asked about her sexuality. The Queen was recently seen partying at Country Club in New York City with some lovely ladies. And while every woman enjoys a night out with her girlfriends, Queen Latifah and her posse went to Country Club two weeks in a row on a Wednesday—which is lesbian night at the joint. Curious as to why the Queen prefers Wednesday-night partying, a reporter asked her about her preference, but the singer/actress kept hush-hush. [NY Post]

While some celebs are very open about their sexual preferences, others keep very quiet about it. Here are a few others with a “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy.

Five Dangerously Huge Cocktail Rings We Love

Regardless of how classic (or boring) your outfit is, a big cocktail ring will immediately make it more interesting. We’re loving a few right now… Keep reading »

The Frisky’s International Best-Dressed List

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Forget Vanity Fair‘s International Best-Dressed List of 2009 because The Frisky has its own. Sure, a few of the people are featured on both lists, but we bet you recognize at least 90 percent of the people on our ours. And we aren’t featuring any financiers — you probably can’t say that for Vanity Fair.

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Quick Pic: Chinese Couple Attempts To Break Wedding Gown Record

A Chinese bride wore what she’s hoping will break the Guinness World Record for longest wedding gown train. Guests spent more than three hours unfurling the 1.2 mile-long train complete with 9,999 silk roses. It was the groom, Zhao Peng, who thought of the idea and says the length and the number of roses could make history. The dress cost around $5,856, so his mother thinks it was a waste of money. But the romantic gesture made his bride laugh and cry. The things some men will do for love. [Reuters] Keep reading »

For The Week Of August 10-16, 2009

Virgo (August 23 – September 22)

If you have any itching and nagging sensations, do not blow them off. There is a reason you are twitching about with this anxiety and although you would like to go into denial about what truth could be staring you back in the face, it won’t go away on its own. If you want any resolution, you’re going to have to be the one to go get it.

Libra (September 23 – October 22)

Expecting your baby to want the best for you is obvious. This should be the least he provides for you, if he truly wants you to be his #1. Of course, what he thinks is good for you and what you want can be totally opposite. Unless you speak up and share your thoughts, you might be heading into a comical mess that if not caught quickly will turn tragic.

Scorpio (October 23 – November 21)

Emotionally, you’ll be feeling stuck. On one hand, you think you are getting what you want. On the other, it’s not exactly as you imagined. While you’re a pro at improv, realize it’ll be how you have to always operate if you want to stay on this current path—but God knows leaving it up to chance isn’t your strong suit. You know it: This week, it’s time to make some real decisions.

Sagittarius (November 22 – December 21)

Don’t assume anything this week. What you be suspecting has a big chance of being the farthest thing from what your logic might drum up. Instead, be willing to talk everything out to the umpteenth degree, even if you think you are being annoying and too anal. It’ll be worth your while to pay attention to the details — and you have the right to do so.

Capricorn (December 22 – January 19)

Your sense of security gets scrutinized and it’ll mean streamlining your finances and getting into a super-practical state of mind. While this is your specialty, this probably won’t be your honey’s specialty. So, with that said, expect those uncomfortable money talks to mar your week with unavoidable stress.

Aquarius (January 20 – February 18)

Some compassion towards your boo will go far this week, as softening him into your clutches will make him loopy for anything you say and agreeable to any of your demands. Seems winning power won’t be so hard this week, but only if you make that sweet and loveable side of you last more than just a few hours.

Pisces (February 19 – March 20)

If you feel as if you’ve been living in rewind mode lately and you can’t seem to get your head out of the past, realize there is a bigger reason for it. There are deeper messages for you to comprehend than just sorting out smiles and sadness from days gone, as in a lesson you learned and forgot, or skipped over, that is going to come back to haunt you now.

Aries (March 21 – April 19)

Friendship should be the cornerstone to any relationship, and if you can’t have that, then the rest will be impossible to come by. However, if that is all you have and the sexy sparks have died down, that isn’t helping the matter either. Sure, you have someone to show up to parties with and to text you through the day, but is living in an image really that satisfying?

Taurus (April 20 – May 20)

Keeping a chipper sense of humor will work wonders in charming others to do as you say. As it goes, you will be dealing with an exorbitant amount of nimrods that’ll say the most awkward and irritating things to you, but giving in and letting them get under your skin won’t do you any good. Have fun with it and use your words to play them like the chew toys they are.

Gemini (May 21 – June 20)

Resist over-exaggerating to get your points across, even during moments of the most whacked communications. Overcompensating won’t do anything but add to the slush pile of words that can corrupt the mind and heart of whom you wish to love, cherish and ravage. At best, less is way more this time around.

Cancer (June 21 – July 22)

Remember, you’re loved. So why stress about anything else? Seeing that you’ve mastered the hardest part of existence — getting someone to give a crap about you — all else should be cake. However, once you stop freaking out and start sorting out the smaller steps to your bigger picture instead of trying to make one giant leap, all will be even better.

Leo (July 23 – August 22)

Generosity is not a quality you lack. However, just handing it over on a silver platter to any pretty face isn’t the most prudent thing to do — especially considering superficial allure is your kryptonite. This time, turn fate on her ass and change your method of operation around. Selfish behavior will be rewarded.

Twitter

The simplicity of Twitter: simple status updates – continues to confound and fascinate writers to no end. It’s no wonder then that book after book is being churned out by the phenom. (Even Bill O’Reilly has one!) The latest – and probably funniest – of the bunch is titled “Twitter Wit: Brilliance in 140 Words or Less” and is penned by writer Nick Douglas. The former Gawker.com columnist compiled hundreds of tweets from every day Joes and Janes to Hollywood Celebrities like Ashton Kutcher and Jimmy Fallon. Keep reading »

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