Now This Is A Hand Gun

From artist Joseph Barbaccia’s Integration series: BLAMe. Not quite sure what that title means, but I like the idea here. Feeling a little vulnerable? Wish you were better armed? Well, have a handgun transplanted onto your hand, and you are a post-feminist Terminator. One question, though. When the bullet exists the forefinger, will it mess up my manicure? [Joseph Barbaccia] Keep reading »

While You Were Away Your Boyfriend Discovered His True Self


Nobody saw it coming, but look, your boyfriend loves being a horse. Now he won’t stop prancing–he’s even started showering with Mane & Tail. You’re probably going to leave him. [YouTube] Keep reading »

Chloë Sevigny And Pauly D Are Getting A Little Too Close For My Comfort

Say it isn’t so. My favorite indie actress, Chloë Sevigny, is actually enjoying Pauly D‘s company at a Knicks game on Tuesday. I just hope the next step isn’t confirming their relationship. [NYC, 1/4/11] Keep reading »

What To Expect From This New Season Of “Jersey Shore”

Crap, another season of “Jersey Shore” is on air already? Weren’t they just in Miami last week? (Oh, wait, that was the New Year’s Eve “Jersey Shore” marathon that I watched.) For the third season, the gang is back in Seaside Heights, NJ. You have to hand it to these crazy kids that their livers are still functioning! Let’s see what we can expect from the season ahead of us… Keep reading »

Ladies, Stop Crying! Your Tears Turn Him Off!

Well, crap. Turning dudes on — I’ve been doing it wrong. Apparently, bawling my eyes out in front of a man isn’t the way to get his d**k hard. This revelatory information is brought to you by a new study which shows a female tears emit signals that actually turn men off. Male participants who sniffed “odorless tears” (do tears usually smell?) from women who cried during a sad movie had lower testosterone levels and were less sexually aroused by or attracted to the opposite sex than male participants who sniffed salt water. The explanation? For starters, when people cry in the presence of another person, they’re seeking comfort, a biological fact that is unique to humans; no other animals cry when they’re in distress. Additionally, the tears shed because of heightened emotion are chemically different than those that spill over when you’re, say, chopping onions. So, basically, “if women are communicating a chemical message that they need comfort, not sex, it seems appropriate that a man’s testosterone level would take a dive.” Possibly more interesting than the ZOMG revelation that men don’t sprout boners when women are sobbing is that researchers also think there could be a connection between emotional tears and lowering aggression. So, like, turning on the waterworks when your man is being an a-hole could make him chill out? Oh wait — tried, tested, knew that already. [ABC News] Keep reading »

The Good, The Bad & The WTF Of Celebrity Fashion At The People’s Choice Awards

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Unfortunately, I was at a really boring party last night and missed the People’s Choice Awards. I checked out the celebrity fashions today, though, and I have to say I was quite shocked. Of course, there were some stunning and good fashions, but there were more bad ones. And even some that made me say, “WTF?!” Keep clicking to see the fashions from the People’s Choice Awards of 2011.
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