5 Celebs And Their Lame Attempts To Avoid Being Caught On A Date

Christina Aguilera might have filed for a divorce from Jordan Bratman in October, but I guess she’s not ready to open up about her love life. On Saturday, she went on a double date at the SoHo House in Hollywood with her engaged friends Nicole Richie and Joel Madden. When they left, Christina had her date duck in the back seat and she threw a blanket over him, trying to hide his identity. Fortunately, it was ineffective and we know it was Matthew D. Rutler, who was a set assistant on her upcoming movie “Burlesque.” Nice try, Xtina! [PopEater]

She’s not the only celeb who did something wacky to avoid being caught out on a date. Catch up with the others after the jump! Keep reading »

Snooki For President?

When I was at the Rally to Restore Sanity, I saw a sign that read “Palin and Snooki 2012″ and thought it was really funny. Until a survey landed in my inbox over the weekend that revealed that young Americans would actually like to see Snooki in the Oval Office. MocoSpace.com asked 3,000 of its users who they thought would do a better job as president of the United States: Snooki or Mama Palin. Fifty-one percent of them said Snooki. Now, while I find Sarah Palin entertaining, I don’t think much of her as a politician. Still, I do think she’s a smidge more qualified than Snooks. The only sense of this I can make is that the voters on this site are young. Maybe they’re hoping Snooki’s first move in office would be to lower the legal drinking age? And pickles for everyone! [WebWire] Keep reading »

Nov. 8: What Are We Wearing Today?

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Several of us are rocking things you haven’t seen yet, so take a look at what we’re wearing and let us know what you have on, too, in the comments. And please send a photo and outfit description to {encode=”WhatAreYouWearing@TheFrisky.com” title=”WhatAreYouWearing@TheFrisky.com”}.

Noomi Rapace Says Playing Lisbeth Salander Was A Suicide Mission

“I thought everyone would hate me! The readers of the books have such a strong relationship with her as a character, I thought they’d never accept what I did with Lisbeth. It felt like a suicide mission to accept the role.”

—Noomi Rapace, who plays Lisbeth Salander in the Swedish film versions of Stieg Larsson’s books, says she is pleasantly surprised that people have liked her performance. But will Rooney Mara have the same luck? [People] Keep reading »

Taylor Swift, Rorschach Test

http://www.autostraddle.com/why-taylor-swift-offends-little-monsters-feminists-and-weirdos-31525/2/

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What Your Email Sign-Off Says About You

Do you have a standard email sign-off you use like “Thanks,” “Cheers,” or “Best”? Do you change your sign-offs for business emails? I tend to stick with the ol’ XOXO or my first initial (or both) in my personal emails with close friends and use “Thanks” or very occasionally “Cheers” in my business emails. I almost always use “Love” as a sign-off when emailing with my mom, because that’s the sign-off she uses and I like to let her know it’s reciprocated (we aren’t big on saying the “L” word out loud in my family, so it’s nice to sneak it in in an email). And when I email with Dear Wendy letter writers, I use “All the best” as a sign-off because I really do wish them the best. The New York Times published an article recently about email sign-offs — the anxiety they can cause for people and the messages they often send. For example, signing off with “XOXO” might give the wrong message to a co-worker. Thank God I read the Times or I may never have realized this. What other messages might you be sending in your email sign-off?
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