Jennifer Hudson Has A Shopping Addiction

“I have a serious shopping problem now. Each city we go to, my suitcase won’t hold my new clothes, so we have to box them up and ship them home. Then I get back and want to try on everything I bought, so clothes are just everywhere. It got to a point where I could barely get in my bedroom. And when did I realize I had a problem? Well, my bed is a canopy. I had nowhere else to throw the clothes. So I threw them on top of the canopy!”

Jennifer Hudson can’t stop shopping after going from a size 16 to a 4 … and she gives me a glimpse into what my shopping addiction can turn into. [ShowbizSpy via Racked] Keep reading »

16 Words And Phrases We Want To Retire In 2010

It’s the end of the year and we’re sweeping out our closet — and that includes annoying words and phrases that we’re just so over. After the jump, we give you the ten most headache-inducing words of 2010. Let’s not bring them into the new year, shall we? And tell us what words you never want to hear again in the comments! Keep reading »

Tajazzle Your Vajayjay For The Ultimate In Personal Confidence!


Vagina got you down? Put some bling in your fling with Tajazzle! The Tajazzle system gives us ladies “personal confidence” with scented body powder, lotions to put on your “kissful areas” (read: smelly vajajay), and last but certainly not least, sparkly crystal tattoos made of “genuine Swarovski elements” to affix someplace intimate and show off to your lover. Because if you so desperately need a man to compliment your dirty, ugly and bad ladyparts, putting sparkly jewels on your inner thighs to distract surprise him is totally the way to go. You can learn all about how Tajazzle will give you personal confidence in this vaguely softcore infomercial. I promise you it is worth 14 minutes of your life. But do not take a shot every time it says Tajazzle will give you “personal confidence,” because you will be dead before it’s through. Keep reading »

10 Ladies Who Have Cross-Dressed For Roles

Glenn Close in "Albert Nobbs"
Believe it or not, this stately gentleman is actually Glenn Close. This photo is from the set of her new film, “Albert Nobbs,” the story of an Englishwoman in the 1800s who dressed as a man to get a job as a butler. She’s been working on making this passion project a reality for the last 10 years. Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Mia Wasikowska and Aaron Johnson have also signed on. Sounds like an all-star cast. [Huffington Post]

What Designers Would You Absolutely Never Wear?

A couple months ago, I went to either Walmart or Target to buy some house stuff. While I was there, I wandered through the women’s clothing section. I saw a pair of black sweatpants, and since that’s a staple of my professional blogger wardrobe, I grabbed them without trying them on and threw them in my shopping cart. So, this morning, I (sorry!) sit down on the toilet, look down, and see the label on the back of the sweatpants for the first time. At first, I thought I was misreading what I was seeing. But I hadn’t. The label read: “MILEY CYRUS.” The horror, the horror! I would rather die than be caught wearing anything by Miley Cyrus, and now I had been wearing Miley Cyrus for months. It was like the time I checked out a pair of hot high-heeled shoes, and then realized they were made by … Jessica Simpson. What designers would you never, ever wear? Keep reading »

Dear Wendy: “My Psycho Ex Came Looking For Me At Work!”

Years ago, my now ex-boyfriend and I broke up right around Christmas. He was possessive, verbally abusive, controlling, and insanely jealous. He had serious anger issues, so there was no way we could remain friends. One particular day THREE MONTHS after the breakup, he called me the C word in a Facebook status. I texted him asking why he posted that and for the next hour he called me every name in the book and said he wished he’d never met me. The last thing he said to me was, “I’m going to go the rest of my life without talking to you and I’m okay with that.” I blocked him on Facebook and haven’t spoken to him since. Fast forward to present day and I’m dating a wonderful man whom I’m going to marry. I’m the happiest I’ve been in my whole life. Last week, however, I got a friend request … from my ex. I figured he just made a new profile, ignored the request, and forgot about it. A week later, as I was walking into work, one of my coworkers said someone was just here looking for me, and introduced himself as “the psycho ex.” Part of me wants to ask him why he’s trying to get back in touch with me and to ask him to stop, the other part of me wants to keep ignoring him in hopes this will stop on its own. And I haven’t even attempted to tell my current boyfriend for fear that he will confront him himself. Wendy, help! — Extremely weirded out!

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