Find your inner spirit animal in this super cool mirrored fox brooch by British label Bena. We love the way the printing has created an ombre effect, as well as the play of a natural animal theme combined with synthetic materials. Definitely a conversation piece, this brooch can also double as a makeup mirror when you’re on the go. You’ll never have to put lipstick on in a window reflection again!
I was already embarrassed for “Jersey Shore“‘s Angelina Pivarnick but I want to bury my head deep in the Staten Island landfill after hearing her new single “I’m Hot.” Lyrics like “I’m hot like an ice cream cone with a cherry on top” will do nothing to help her reputation. NOTHING. Not to mention she tries to rap. RAP! Somebody save her from herself. [BuzzFeed] Keep reading »
Happy Have A Bad Day Day! I realize that doesn’t sound like a nice thing to say, but I’m looking out for your own good. You’re going to have a crappy day today. Don’t worry, I am too, but be happy that it’s Friday and if things aren’t going your way, I’ve got ten surefire tips for surviving a bad day. And don’t worry, the sun will come out tomorrow. You can bet your bottom dollar on it. Keep reading »
Channing Tatum‘s just a boy with a new haircut. And while lots of folks are blasting it as the must uggs thing ever, I think it’s cute and would like to defend it. Why? Because it’s the same buzzed-on-one-side, long-and-floppy-on-the-other style that my middle school crush (hey, Ganon!) sported, circa 1992. Sure, we were still wearing Hypercolor then, but whatever. [NY Post] Keep reading »
Thirsty? Maybe you should go boink. Well, you should if you’re a lady and also a beetle. For female beetles, sex is like a big jug of Vitamin Water because the males produce literally 10 percent of their body weight in semen. So, in human terms, my average BF would be blowing a 20 lb. wad. Dayum! Anyway, a University Of Exeter study found dehydrated lady beetles will literally have sex with a male beetle just because they need a drink. And you thought your standards were low! [Science Daily] Keep reading »