G-R-R-L, Did You Hear About The New Scrabble Words?

Ain’t no T-H-A-N-G. Did you know that latest edition of Scrabble includes 3,000 new words? Sure does, G-R-R-L! The new Scrabble approved words are a mixture of technological terms, colloquialisms, proper nouns, and slang phrases that have gained popularity since the 2007 version of the game. Naturally, some of these slang terms have hardcore players feeling uncomfortable while others find the new list progressive. So tell everyone you know on F-A-C-E-B-O-O-K about this very important news you read on our W-E-B-Z-I-N-E. Get your word ready. Scrabble is about to get B-L-I-N-G-Y, I-N-N-I-T? [The Scotsman] Keep reading »

12 Female Celebs Simulating Sex Acts

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Sex sells … magazines. Especially when famous women get creative in racy photo spreads with phallic fruit, swords, whipped cream, etc. You catch my drift. Click through to see some female celebs simulating sex acts in magazines. Very clever.

Bristol Palin Got Plastic Surgery For “Medical Reasons”

“It’s not plastic surgery. I had corrective jaw surgery [in December 2010]. Yes. It improved the way I look, but this surgery was necessary for medical reasons … so my jaw and teeth could properly realign … I don’t obsess over my face. … I am absolutely thrilled with the results. I look older, more mature, and don’t have as much of a chubby little baby face!”

Bristol Palin explains her new face to Us Weekly, to which we say: BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA medical reasons! [Us Weekly] Keep reading »

Levi Johnston Is A “Deer In The Headlights” On His Book Cover

The book cover for Levi Johnston’s Deer In The Headlights: My Life In Sarah Palin’s Crosshairs, is everything I hoped the rumored tell-all‘s cover would be. Levi looking hot/really baked? Check. Antler imagery? Check. No credit for the ghostwriter who probably tapped this thing out while Levi was clubbing baby seals? Check. Fact: I would never read a book by Sarah Palin, but I might just read a book by Levi Johnston. [Amazon] Keep reading »

16 Politicians Sans Clothes

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Freshman congressman Aaron Schock, a Republican from Illinois, has done something pretty, heh, shocking. He’s posed for the June cover of Men’s Health magazine—loosening his tie, unbuttoning his shirt, and showing off a fierce six pack that we hope he didn’t eat sweet potatoes for days to achieve. He did this to promote the Fit For Life Summer Challenge. “If you want to start talking about healthy lifestyles and staying in shape, then you yourself should do your best to try to be a role model, an example to people you’re trying to convince to do the same,” he explains. “I think Michelle Obama is on the right track with her ‘Let’s Move’ campaign to bring down childhood obesity. She and I come from the same state, Illinois, which is number four in the nation for obese children. One out of five Illinois children are considered obese.” Wait, we’re still too focused on his abs to talk about do-gooding. Did we mention he revealed in the article that he’s single? [People]

After the jump, more politicians who’ve been photographed shirtless or in the nude.

Today’s Lady News: Orthodox Jewish Newspaper Explains Airbrushing Women From Situation Room Pic

  • The conservative Hasidic Jewish newspaper in Brooklyn that removed Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and counterterrorism analyst Audrey Tomason — the only two women in the iconic Situation Room photo of the President watching the raid on Osama bin Laden’s compound — has released a statement. Der Zeitung writes:

    “Our editorial policies are guided by a Rabbinical Board and because of laws of modesty, does not allow for the publishing of photos of women. The readership of the Tzeitung believe that women should be appreciated for who they are and what they do, not for what they look like, and the Jewish laws of modesty are an expression of respect for women, not the opposite.”

    You can read the rest of the statement — which apologizes more for altering the White House’s official photograph, which is against policy, than it does for Photoshopping all the women out of the photograph — on the newspaper’s web site. [Der Zeitung]

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