Sexy times get personal, sometimes a little too personal, especially if you ask Frisky staffers: “What is the weirdest thing you’ve ever heard in bed?” So sit back, relax, and imagine what it would be like if someone whispered one of these not-so-sweet nothings in your ear. Keep reading »
Whoa, Lindsay Lohan
is having a bad week. First, she loses her porn-y role in “Inferno” (the Linda Lovelace biopic) to Malin Akerman
. And now, there’s a new, horrible, and unfunny-looking sequel to her classic film, “Mean Girls.” The sequel includes a bevy of interchangeable Disney Channel stars and features more pink outfits, bitchy teen antics, and prompted puking than the original. And oh, who are we kidding, we’ll be watching. [YouTube
] Keep reading »
Last night on “Dancing with the Stars,” the mirror ball hopefuls got one last chance to impress America with a redemption dance, to make up for their biggest travesty of the season, and a freestyle dance of their choice. The highlight of the night was Jennifer Grey‘s freestyle, during which she carried a watermelon—an ode to the famous “Dirty Dancing” line, “I carried a watermelon?”—and shimmied to “Do You Love Me?,” another nod to her iconic movie.
After the jump, check out the night’s other performances. Keep reading »
It was like the post-WWII baby boom at my publishing company in Manhattan. The ladies’ room was full of women patting their stomachs, complaining about morning sickness that lasted all day and chugging Cheerios to battle nausea. I had never seen anything like it at any place I’ve ever worked. At my last job, many of the women were older and had never been married, and when I worked in sports, somehow a job was eliminated once a woman uttered, “I’m expecting.” Keep reading »
The problem with pretty laptop sleeves is that you hardly ever get to see them when they’re stuffed in your purse. (Unless you take to carrying around your laptop as a huge clutch, which doesn’t seem very comfortable, safe, or practical.) Enter Rebecca Minkoff and her wonderful laptop carrier that’s half purse, half case. Both business-y and fashion-y, the alligator-embossed leather holder is accommodating enough to hold all your other necessaries, or is slim enough to complement a second purse.
In our relationship study of the day, researchers from University of Newcastle, Australia have discovered that attractiveness is all in the tilt of a head. OK, maybe it’s not all in the tilt of a head, but research indicates that women and men can make themselves more attractive to the opposite sex by angling their face a certain way. In the study, participants were shown “computer-generated, three-dimensional models of male and female faces” and were asked to rate each for attractiveness, masculinity and femininity as they were “tilted up and down in five different positions.” Keep reading »