Ah, Valentine’s Day. For some it’s a day of love and affection, for others a cruel reminder of their single status or another “Hallmark holiday.” That’s why most of us prefer to keep our Valentines subtle. Red roses at work? Romantic. Giant teddy bear the size of a small state? Not so much.
Admittedly, I am possibly the only person on the planet who will openly admit to loving the holiday so many others love to despise. It’s cheesy, yes. For many, it’s yet another reminder that they need a table for one in a world of two-seaters. Even so, there are things even I would rather not receive in public.
Like a singing telegram. From a man dressed as Cupid. In a diaper.
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Valentine’s Day is 13 days from now, but allow me to take you back, eek, 15 years to 1995, when “The Real World: London” first aired on MTV. Remember when hottie Neil, the British punk rocker with bleached blonde hair, was sent a pig’s heart with steel nails embedded through it for Valentine’s Day, courtesy of his crazy girlfriend Chrys? I have never forgotten it. Ever since, I’ve been kind of fascinated with the anatomical heart (well, human heart, not pig) as an image to communicate affection (or lack thereof). In honor of Valentine’s Day, a holiday I am highly unenthusiastic about, I’ve found 12 cool products that say “my heart beats for you” the anatomically correct way. I am buying them all for myself.
“I’ve had everything a man could ask for, but I don’t know if anyone could say I’m successful with affairs of the heart. I don’t know why. I would love that one last real romance. But I’m not very realistic about it happening. What I can’t deny is my yearning.”
—Notorious man whore Jack Nicholson reveals that at age 73, he’s still looking for love. Quick—who should we set him up with? Maybe he’d now appreciate an older woman like Betty White? [Huffington Post] Keep reading »
A while back, I remember asking myself, “Could Judd Apatow curate a group of women the same way he works magic with his usual guys? Or is his humor purely dude-like?” Well, it appears that he is now taking a stab at a female-focused movie, “Bridesmaids.” At first, I was a bit appalled that the female Apatow movie would, of course, be about a woman going crazy over her wedding. But now that I’m reading more about it, I’m thinking it will be much, much, much better than a “Bride Wars” redux. The movie is written by Kristen Wiig, which already makes it that much cooler. And it stars Kristen alongside Maya Rudolph, Melissa McCarthy, Ellie Kemper, and Rose Byrne—all ladies I love.
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