Cheapskate: The Children’s Place Sale

I don’t have any children, but I have a few cousins with at least three children each, who don’t want for anything. So when it comes to birthdays, I prefer to get my cousins’ children, whom I consider my niece and nephews, clothing rather than toys. I often look to The Children’s Place for affordable and stylish clothing. This store is able to translate trends and classic items so the clothes look current, but not too adult — the kids still look like kids. Although The Children’s Place’s prices are really reasonable, the sale prices are even more remarkable. Check out some of my favorite items for newborns, baby boys and girls, and big boys and girls, after the jump. Keep reading »

Since When Does Nail Polish Get Rated R?

This nail polish name makes me feel like a stranger is offering me candy to get in his van. Shudder. I can believe this was just chillin’ like whaaaa at my local drugstore in the aisle I spend the most money/time in. Creepiest nail polish name ever! Also, this slutty red is for women over 18. I should know, it’s my fave color. Keep reading »

The Golden Globes Summarized In 13 Clips, Pics & GIFs

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Given that this was the first award show, um, ever — well, since I was legal — that I’ve watched stone cold sober, I was incredibly entertained y the Golden Globes this year. There were so many great moments, but I’ve narrowed it down to the 13 that really mattered, presented in photo, video, and GIF form. Enjoy!

The Dancing Squirrels Of Solid Law Practice

You know what gives me confidence in a law firm? A badly rendered dancing, rapping squirrel. And that’s exactly what the baby geniuses at Greenstein and Milbauer decided to use in this “1-800-Victim-2″ commercial for their law firm. Which I’ve seen approximately 977 times while watching “Maury Povich.” [YouTube] Keep reading »

25 Hot Dudes At The Golden Globes

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You’ve seen one guy in a tux, you’ve seen ‘em all, right? Wrong. Here at the 25 hottest dudes who suited up for the 2011 Golden Globes.

Miss Arkansas’ Ventriloquism Act Isn’t Enough To Win Miss America Title


Saturday night’s Miss America pageant should have come down to three ladies: Miss New York, who was running on a gay rights platform; Miss Delaware, who suffers from alopecia and is bald; and above, Miss Arkansas Alyse Eady, whose talent was this amazingly bizarre ventriloquism act. Sadly, a blonde robot hailing from Nebraska won the coveted title. Boo. Hiss. [via Buzzfeed] Keep reading »

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