Troubled British teen Keeley Houghton, 18, has scored three months in a young offenders’ institute for bullying Emily Moore, via the internets. Keeley used her Facebook page to call Emily numerous names and even threatened to kill her. One of her attacks said, “Keeley is going to murder the bitch.” It’s unclear why this crazy girl has such a vendetta but she’s been targeting Emily since the two were 14. Keeley has previously gotten into trouble with the law for assaulting this same girl and kicking in the front door of her house… Keep reading »
We here at The Frisky live for celeb gossip, chocolate, and your comments. What can we say? You bitches crack us up! In honor of you, our smart, sexy, and incisive readers, who aren’t afraid to talk smack on the internet, we’re giving away prizes! Each week we’ll award you awesome chatty Cathys a little something special. This week, five winners will receive a copy of Who’s The Blonde That Married What’s-His-Name? by Carol Boswell and Lenore Skenazy. Without further adieu, the lucky winners of this week’s Gift For Gab. Keep reading »
That hot bitch on the right is Francis Bean Cobain. She’s taking her pooch out for a strut in New York City wearing more clothing than her mom ever has. But then again, who doesn’t love a rad redhead? [8/20/09] Keep reading »
If you’ve ever made the grave mistake of plopping a small bottle of perfume in your bag and thinking you can get away with it not spilling … well, let’s just say we doubt you’ll make that mistake again. But when you’re running around from work to play and back to work again, it’s nice to touch up with a nice subtle scent every now and then. That’s why we swear by perfume solids, and now that we’ve found these cuties from Etsy seller Illuminated Perfume, there’s no reason why the packaging can’t be as lovely as the fragrance. This botanical scent, Sierra Solid Gold, is not going to make people a mile away sit up and smell you. Instead it’s a clean yet well-rounded blend of green conifers like spruce, fir and pine, mixed with warm notes of vanilla, tonka bean, spice and orange. It’s the perfect fragrance to take from late summer well into fall, you know, if you believe in stuff like seasonal perfumes and stuff. [$7.50, Etsy] Keep reading »
We Frisky gals are obsessed with True Blood. Sexy vampires are hot stuff and we’d all love to fang bang them, no wooing necessary. I mean, have you seen Sheriff Eric shrirtless and six packed? He could keep us up all night long til the break of dawn! Now, as if being a stone cold fox with centuries of experience in bed wasn’t enough to get us to bend to their whims, the vamps on the HBO show can also glamour peeps. They stare deep into someone’s eyes and they melt like putty, agreeing with anything they’re told. Magic! If only it were that easy for we mortal ho bags….Alas, we’ve still got some skills! So, let’s use ‘em! Here are some ways we human females can bewitch a man into thinking we’re perfect prey.
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Some artists choose to see life through rose-colored glasses. Then there are those who see gritty reality, and still try to make something pretty out of it. Take Tristan Zimmermann, a designer who created these bonsai planters (pretty) and incorporated the concept of what parks are really like (reality). The white porcelain pottery depicts disturbing scenes of what goes on after dark—two men having sex in a corner, a pervert flashing an unsuspecting lady. Then there are also the just-plain-sad scenarios of a man getting mugged or a lonely fellow who has lost his way. In a way, these pieces are a poignant metaphor—not even the youngest, most innocent sapling is immune to the dark realities of the world. Or they’re just totally hilarious. Depends how you see things. [$100, CharlesAndMarie.com] Keep reading »
Today the Wall Street Journal supplied a helpful article on how to dress and act after one has been laid off. The advice regarding comportment seemed straightforward enough: Don’t badmouth your former employer, especially via YouTube video. Yeah, um, we kind of guessed that one already. But the sartorial directive, “In the aftermath of a layoff, style is critical,” had us scratching our heads.
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Earlier this week, Glamour editor-in-chief Cindi Leive wrote a blog post about a photo in the magazine’s September issue that has caused her inbox to overflow. The 3-by-3-inch photo on page 194 of the magazine is of 20-year-old model Lizzi Miller in a practically non-existent pair of underwear. What got Glamour readers so excited was how normal Miller looks. She’s a size 12 to 14, and has a little pudge on her stomach.
Leive suggests readers toast Miller and “the spectacular sexiness of owning who you are,” and goes on to say that Glamour is listening, and asks what kinds of images women would like to see in the magazine. If this is the kind of image that gets women excited, why don’t magazines print more like it? Keep reading »
And, no, it’s not called “30 C**k.” Porn company New Sensations — which produced porn spoofs based on hit shows like “The Office” and “Scrubs” — has released the XXX flick, featuring characters “Limon,” (based on Tina Fey’s “Liz Lemon”) “Trey Jordan,” (“Tracy Jordan”) and “Jake,” (“Jack Donaghy”). I’m pretty sure “Limon” is played by the same actress that portrayed “Sara Paylin” in “Nailin’ Paylin.” NYMag.com rightly points out that the skin flick does its parody well. “Someone out there in porn-making land has actually done their ’30 Rock’ homework — there’s even a TGS movie-parody-within-a-show-within-a-show-within-a-parody-porn scene. Color us impressed.” Check out the trailer here. Keep reading »
Do you really need an excuse to go to the movie theater? It’s nearly fall, you’ve gotten enough sun to worry your dermatologist, it’s still hot out, air conditioning is expensive, and there are a helluva lot of movies coming out these days! Keep up! This week you can get some revenge on Nazis with “Inglourious Basterds,” get anxious about the employment rate with “Post Grad,” make a wish with “Shorts,” or take solace in the fact that your life isn’t as depressing as Robin Williams‘ in “World’s Greatest Dad.” Keep reading »