You may be wondering why I am writing to wish you a Happy Mother’s Day when A) I have my own mother whom I love very much (your gift is in the mail, Mom!) and B) I did not come out of your vagina. I shall explain. Keep reading »
Lip tattoos have arrived, ladies, and I’m deciding if this leopard print pair will be part of my new spring look. Violent Lips, temporary lip tattoos, come in lots of hues and prints for any mood, occasion, or getup. My pros and cons list after the jump. Keep reading »
“I think a lot of people are married to people they’re not romantic with anymore. I just didn’t ever marry anybody that I then had to get divorced from. We break up. We move on.”
—Cameron Diaz talks in the June issue of Elle UK about the concept of marriage, while promoting her new movie, “Bad Teacher,” which also happens to star her ex, Justin Timberlake. Cameron is starting to sound like a broken record when it comes to marriage. Back in June, she said she didn’t want to be with someone for 80 years, and preferred her relationships in five year increments.
Oh but that’s not all. After the jump, what Cameron has to say about marriage in the June issue of Maxim. Keep reading »
And the embarrassing photos come out … a pic of Pippa Middleton in her bra has hit the internet, just a week after Pippa captivated the world as her sister Kate Middleton‘s royal bridesmaid. Pippa Middleton’s shirtless pic looks like the kind of photo lots of us have taken after a few too many tequila shots. Still, she’s the sister of a duchess. Scandal! Pippa’s pic comes just a day after a whole buttload of James Middleton’s NSFW naked butt pics hit the Internet. These Middleton kids sure love to take their clothes off, huh? [BuzzFeed] Keep reading »
Who do “Inception,” “Transformers” and “The Muppets” all have in common? I was scratching my head on that one. All three movies are examples of “the Smurfette principle,” explains Anita Sarkeesian of the blog Feminist Frequency. “The Smurfette principle” is a common trope in movies and TV shows that try to be palatable to male audiences by having an ensemble of nearly all male characters with one token female character, who is oftentimes uber-feminine (Miss Piggy) or super hot (Megan Fox) or otherwise unthreatening. Keep reading »