Unicorn, the other white meat, has been steadily growing in popularity. But this Thanksgiving, Radiant Farms wants to put uni on every table. What a way to add that extra sparkle and shine to an already fantastical holiday! [The Daily What] Keep reading »
The lip sweater, the flavor saver, the mouth brow, the pushbroom. Call the mustache what you will, we don’t really care as long as it’s attached to the upper lip of a hot dude we want to get it on with. In honor of Movember, the month in which dudes grow out their lip fuzz to raise money for cancer research, we’d like to celebrate some of our favorite mustached men. Like we really needed an excuse to celebrate. After the jump, some ‘stached dudes we wouldn’t kick out of bed.
I’ll file Rachel Zoe’s pregnancy announcement under “Things I never thought would happen.” After the last season of “The Rachel Zoe Project,” I was expecting a divorce announcement more than a Tweet saying, “Hey everyone! I want to officially confirm to my loyal friends and followers that I am pregnant!” Especially after Rodge more or less gave her the “baby or me” ultimatum. Not to mention that it’s pretty obvious that she struggles with some type of eating disorder. I’m not gonna lie, I’m nervous for her. But now that there is a baby Zoe in the oven, we thought we’d offer up our name suggestions. After the jump, what we think Rachel and Rodge should name their child. Keep reading »
“I’ve been a vegetarian for four years and I have chosen not to have children, which are both green choices in my life. I also xeriscaped my lawn.”
—Mega minimalist Vincent Kartheiser, aka Pete Campbell on “Mad Men,” says he won’t be breeding anytime soon, lest his spawn further wreck the planet. Oh, and in case you’re wondering what “xeriscaping” is, it’s gardening to reduce the amount of water needed. That seems like an easier save-the-world strategy than his first two examples. [Huffington Post] Keep reading »
When many American couples are planning a wedding, tradition dictates the father of the bride foots all or most of the bill. Sure, Kate Middleton‘s parents are self-made millionaires from their mail order party supply company, Party Pieces. But that’s nothing on Prince William‘s deep-pocketed relatives, of course. Luckily, the royal family is not going to give poor Michael Middleton a heart attack. “Both the Prince of Wales [i.e., Prince Charles] and the Queen are likely to contribute towards the cost of the wedding. It will be a family contribution but no final decision has been made,” a palace spokesman told the Telegraph. “In particular, if the reception is held at Buckingham Palace, the Queen will pay for that.” For the Middleton family’s sake, here’s hoping that “are likely to contribute towards the cost” means “pay for everything.” Keep reading »