Boys Who Like Girls Who Like European Men


She’s baaaa-ack. The esteemed author of The Single Girls’ Guide to Meeting European Men, Katherine Chloe Cahoon, has returned with a fabulous new video–this time, she’s claiming that dudes read her book to get into girls’ heads. Um, sure. That’s exactly what happens. Never change, Katherine Chloe, never change. [Videogum] Keep reading »

I Adopted A JCPenney Angel And So Can You

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We’ve been doing a lot of gift guides here on The Frisky. And we know our efforts to tell you about the latest fashion and beauty trends might seem as if we’re always saying: “Buy! Buy! Buy!” And sometimes we forget that there is always someone less fortunate than us. So today, we’re asking you to join the JCPenney Angel Giving Tree program, which allows you to adopt an “angel”—a needy child or senior citizen in your area for the holidays. JCP provides the details on your “angel”—age, size, needs—and then you do the shopping. And then UPS delivers your package for free to the Salvation Army nearest your “angel.”

I adopted an “angel” today, and went shopping with gift cards given to me by JCP. I initially wanted to adopt a senior because most people would go for a child. But no seniors in my zip code had signed up for the program, so I picked a 14-year-old girl, even though I have no idea what teens are into today. The retailer had so many deals that I was able to get everything on my angel’s list. But, as a style writer, I did have trouble deciding between practicality and fashion. In the end, I think I was able satisfy both requirements. I have to say this was a truly rewarding experience, and I hope my “angel” likes her gifts and enjoys her holiday.

If you’d like to participate in the JCPenney Angel Giving Tree program you have until Dec. 10. All you have to do is register online here and shop online from home. You can also opt to send gift cards to your angel so she/he can get whatever they want. Keep clicking to see the items I picked for my “angel.”

Josh Duhamel Gets Kicked Off Plane

The tabloids like to say that the “Stars They’re Just Like Us,” but it looks like the stars don’t agree. Or at least, not Josh Duhamel. The actor apparently thought his celebrity status meant that he didn’t have to turn off his Blackberry on a New York commercial flight. Duhamel was asked three times by a flight attendant to turn off his phone during the aircraft’s taxi to the runway. Fellow passengers said Josh was “rude” and laughed off the attendant’s request. After Duhamel’s third refusal the attendant called the gate for assistance and the plane had to return from the runway so Josh could be escorted off. His reps say that Josh is sorry and that he was texting people about how the flight was delayed. Well, now he can comfortably sit in the airport and let people know he isn’t going anywhere. [TMZ] Keep reading »

Dear Wendy: “I Think I’m In Love With My Best Friend”

It’s time again for “Shortcuts.” For every question, I’ll give my advice in three sentences or less, because sometimes the answer to a person’s question is so obvious and the need to hear it so great, being as clear and frank as possible is simply the best way to go. Today we discuss falling for your best friend, breaking up with frenemies, and when to butt out and stop giving advice. Keep reading »

Do Not Want: The Potato Chip Necklace

Isn’t the goal normally to keep food off your person? We’re not harshing on all food-related fashion, but it’s just that this potato chip necklace looks almost too real, and potentially freaky. Like: “Oh hey … did you realize you have a whole potato chip inexplicably stuck to your chest?” [The Curiosity Shoppe] Keep reading »

“ANTM” Winner Ann Ward Is Just As Embarrassed By Her Ugly Duckling Photo As We Are

“I don’t even know when that was taken — I don’t remember sending it in. I actually think my mom did. But it was probably one morning when I was really tired, not that happy and in the mood for bacon. I can’t believe they showed it that much — even my mom was saying that every time it would come on the screen everyone would shout, ‘Ahhh! What is that?’”

—”America’s Next Top Model” winner Ann Ward on that super bizarre “ugly duckling” photo that was showed, like, 100 times throughout the season. It made me so uncomfortable. All I could think was how she looks like a refugee being forced to eat bacon to regain strength. Also, her cat is totally photobombing. Ha! [NY Post] Keep reading »

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