It was over a year ago, last January, when my boyfriend of almost four years said, “So I have something to tell you” over a Friday night dinner in Chinatown. My appetite instantly evaporated and my stomach suddenly ached with anticipation over what would follow those words. Immediately I thought, This is the break-up dinner, and my mind whirled into a frenzy of what could be wrong when I thought we were so happy. We caught a cab and went back to his Brooklyn apartment, quickly saying hi to his roommates and disappearing into his room to talk.
Sitting on his bed, I prepared myself for the worst. Did he cheat on me? Did he lose his job? Just looking at him, I couldn’t tell. He wasn’t mad, but he wasn’t happy either. He’s usually calm, but at that moment he was nervous.
“So, I’m moving to Hong Kong for work,” was the next thing I heard. Keep reading »
Maybe, just maybe, you touched your genitals. And if you did, don’t forget to sanitize thoroughly with this after-genital-contact hand sanitizer. Because touching yourself can be very, very dirty. [$4.99 Blue Q] Keep reading »
We’re looking forward to wearing big and bold rings now that the glove-wearing season has passed. Here are some of our favorite gold- and silver-toned, leather, sparkly, and beautiful bold rings.
One note before we begin: The picture above is not exactly the product I used. I used a loose umbrian clay powder from Fresh that can be mixed with water and used as a face mask. I believe the face treatment is exactly the same thing, but in a slightly different–and way more convenient–form. Umbrian clay is supposedly great for its purifying abilities. And ladies, my skin needed to be purified. Even though I am well beyond my teenage years, I still get zits like a high school goth working at Hot Topic. Last night, I tried my umbrian clay mix, patting my face with warm water and putting the powder mix on my face. I let it dry and harden for 10 minutes. When I washed the mask off, my skin felt soft, and most importantly, my pimply spots had noticeably decreased in redness and irritation. So yes, this umbrian clay will definitely help you feel less like a pimply teen and more like a lovely lady. [$48, Fresh] Keep reading »
“You can’t trust a girl who doesn’t eat junk food. If a girl doesn’t eat junk food, she’ll probably sleep with your boyfriend.”
– Olivia Munn, arguably a little tipsy when she co-hosted “Today” with Hoda Kotb yesterday, on women you shouldn’t trust around your man. ["The Today Show" Tumblr] Keep reading »