Leo DiCaprio Gives Good Freak Out


Leo DiCaprio will not be outdone by Nic Cage. He can scream, rant, and rave with the best of ‘em. In this video montage (language NSFW, so put on headphones), we get to see Leo at his dramatic screaming best. We also get a glimpse of young, adorable “Basketball Diaries” Leo–my favorite! [YouTube] Keep reading »

Dater X: Does Every Single Woman Need A Hot, Foreign Pen Pal?

There are few things I love more than a good pun. And a sly piece of word play? I like to think that I deploy them often. I am all about analogies, and probably use them more often than a “Real Housewife” gets Botox. I, Dater X, am a word nerd. I’ve known this about myself for years, and generally it’s something I like potential suitors to match.

But in the the past week while exchanging emails with Petr, the Czech sculptor I met in Prague 10 years ago, I’m finding that many of my usual rhetorical rhythms simply don’t work. Keep reading »

Ke$ha Says She Was A Sexpert In Elementary School

“I knew everything about sex before I was even seven. My mom left me at home when I was 14 with a credit card, and a box of condoms and the keys to the car and said, ‘Don’t get pregnant and don’t drink and drive.’ I had to be responsible for myself.”

Ke$ha explains to The Times of London why being sexually provocative is easy for her. I dunno—I’m skeptical here. I’ll let the condoms and credit card slide, but didn’t her mom get the memo that the driving age is 16? [Huffington Post] Keep reading »

10 Fun Facts About Kissing

Smooching, frenching, snogging, lip-locking, sucking face, necking, pecking, tongue wrestling, tonsil hockey. Call it what you want, I’m talking about kissing. It’s a strange phenomenon when you consider the mechanics — putting your mouth on another human’s mouth, touching tongues, swapping spit. How the heck did we come up with that? This strange act, when done properly, can make life worth living. A new book, Kisstory: A Sweet And Sexy Look At The History Of Kissing by Joanne Wannan, explores the history of our favorite amorous pastime. After the jump, ten facts you probably didn’t know about the kiss. [The Daily Mail] Keep reading »

Melissa Etheridge Is Dating Her Best Man

Melissa Etheridge has a new woman coming to her window and it’s none other than her best man. Melissa is officially dating “Nurse Jackie” creator Linda Wallem. Sources say they got together about three months after Melissa and Tammy called it quits. But Linda has been around for a long time. The pair have been best friends for 10 years. Linda even served as Melissa’s best man at her 2003 wedding to Tammy. It’s like “My Best Friend’s Wedding” only way more complicated. The happy couple share a birthday and also, apparently, a stylist. [People] Keep reading »

Dear Wendy: “How Can I Tell My Boyfriend’s Parents That I Don’t Want Their Crap?”

I’ve been in a relationship for a year and a half and everything is going great between us. We even plan to move in together this summer. The plan is to move into the apartment that my boyfriend’s parents currently live in — it legally belongs to him but his parents pay for all the expenses. His parents will move out and into their new home, and have already said that they are leaving us their old furniture, because they would like to furnish their house with completely new stuff and this way, we wouldn’t have to buy anything. That I can totally understand and I’m thankful for some of the pieces they are leaving behind. However, there is a lot I would throw out, not only because much of it is old and unusable (knives, cracked dishes, etc.), but their “style” is really old school. Now, I told them that my family and I are going to buy a new wardrobe and some other new things I want to replace, and apparently my boyfriend’s mom is not pleased by this. She told him that he should definitely keep the old furniture because otherwise, if we break up he would be left with nothing. He and I have talked about handling things during a breakup scenario and have agreed we’d like to buy new furniture and redecorate. But his mom thinks their apartment is nice and there is no reason to change things. Now I am afraid his parents will be offended if they see how much we want to refurnish and buy (with our money). How do I handle the situation without being ungrateful? — Martha Stewart Intruder

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