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The LELO Mia is not your average vibrator in more ways than one. This lipstick tube-shaped sex toy recharges when you plug it into your computer’s USB drive. You get four hours of playtime once it’s fully charged. The LELO Mia is perfectly disguised to keep in your purse or luggage, but don’t expect it to be wack like other lipstick-shaped vibrators that only have “on” and “off” settings. The LELO Mia has settings that go from a barely audible hum to an intense vibe. It’s recommended for beginner toy users, but any woman who hasn’t reached the super-advanced Magic Wand level will probably enjoy it. Practically perfect, but too bad you can’t use it to store data, too. [Examiner.com] Keep reading »
La Lohan went swimming in a historic birthing tidepool in Hawaii. Does that mean there are leftover birthing juices in the water?[Hawaii, 4/2809] Keep reading »
Another designer favored by Michelle Obama is doing a collection for Target. Tracy Feith, known for his signature bold prints, created a mash-up of prairie prints and tropical florals with a dose of mod for his GO International collection. The line hits Target.com and most stores May 17. We’re jonesing for this dress and the strapless mixed-print one. Kudos to anyone who tries to pull off the bloomer shorts.
It’s been a bad few days for pigs, as 73 cases of the swine flu have been confirmed worldwide, 40 of them in the US. According to CNN, the swing flu “is a contagious respiratory disease that affects pigs … The current strain is a new variation … which is a mix of human and animal versions.” While the swine flu should be taken seriously, don’t let it turn you against adorable little piggies entirely. Keep clicking for pig related products and accessories that won’t give you a nasty disease.
Someone at the New York Times must be reading The Frisky, because Sunday’s “Social Q’s” column responded to a question that Amelia addressed last week. Reader Nick wrote:
“I went on a date with a girl I’d met online. I didn’t feel any connection and don’t want to go on a second date. Should I flat-out tell her and risk hurting her feelings? Or should I ignore her messages, and hope she gets the point?”
Ah, the age-old debate over whether you should be honest and tell her like it is or just disappear into the ether. Writer Philip Galanes responded by saying it’s better to state the truth. “Reply to her messages normally, and if she asks you out again, tell her you’d rather die — or just be friends. It’s your call,” he writes. Generally, good advice. We at The Frisky prefer honesty to having guys pull “the fade” on us. However, if you don’t actually want to be friends with someone you’ve dated, don’t suggest it. That would also be leading him or her on. [NY Times] Keep reading »
Last week we told you about the Vaj-J Visor, a female protective cup that shields your netherbits during grooming. Today, Jezebel clues us in to the Cuchini, which attaches to your undies and “smoothes the ridges of a woman’s mons pubis area, providing a smooth and camouflaged appearance.” The purpose? Sayonara camel toe! Maybe Lady Gaga should invest? [RGS via Jezebel] Keep reading »
Nazita Aminpour is suing Chase bank for telling her husband about her secret individual bank account with $800,000 in it. Aminpour had a joint account with husband David Shamash at Chase but kept her individual account a secret. Shamash found out about her secret account when a Chase employee cold-called to suggest he take his money out of that account and invest it in a different way. According to the suit Aminpour filed, Shamash started harassing her until she gave him $155,000 to invest in the stock market and to cover a margin call he had on his stock account. Aminpour says Chase violated non-disclosure laws and is asking the bank to pay her $155,000 plus legal fees. It seems pretty crazy that a woman would keep that much money a secret from her husband, but the bank had no business telling him about it. Do you think it’s OK for husbands and wives to keep secret money stashes from their significant others? [NY Post via Jezebel] Keep reading »
I used to dog sit for two of the cutest pups in the whole world.Their owners gave me strict instructions to always leave the TV on, set to Lifetime, whenever I left them alone. Without fail, when I’d come back, I’d find the dogs lying on the rug together, holding paws and watching the “Golden Girls.” Aww! Those dogs clearly learned a thing or two about how to love each other, and I bet Bea Arthur, as Dorothy Zbornak, taught them a lesson or two. She was always going out with some Tom, Dick (Van Dyke), or Dr. Harry — her neighbor/star of “Empty Nest.” Here are five things we learned from Dorothy’s dating debacles. Keep reading »