“If you just wait for the moment to strike, you’re going to have some dry spells. But even if you don’t start out in the mood, once you get it going, everyone’s on board.”
—Cindy Crawford in Ladies Home Journal on how she keeps her sex life alive by scheduling one evening a week for sexing it up with Rande Gerber. Well, that’s one way to do it. [StarPulse] Keep reading »
I know that there are plenty of people out there today rubbing their eyes and proudly patting themselves on the back for being one of those true Potter fans who hauled their non-magical keesters to the theater for a midnight showing of “Deathly Hallows.” Well, to them I say, “Check out these guys.” These Harry Potter lovers have chosen to remember their favorite magic man and his journey by getting parts of it permanently inked to their bodies. After the jump, get yourself in the mood to check out “Deathly Hallows” for the first (or second) time this weekend by taking a gander at how some muggles have expressed their love through the art of tattoos.
Like this guy, who must have been really bummed when his acceptance to Hogwarts didn’t come flying through the mail slot. [F**k Yeah Tattoos]
Today, Christina Aguilera went on “Ellen” to talk about her new movie, “Burlesque.” But she didn’t stop there, she also opened up about her divorce and gave a shout-out to single moms. “More power to single moms and those out there doing it. I was raised by a single mom,” she said. “[Max is] the love of my life.” Awww. But the best part of the interview was when Ellen wished her a happy 30th birthday, complete with a hunky dude popping out of a cake. Yumz. [Huffington Post] Keep reading »
Is it just me, or are white dresses having a moment? I don’t mean white wedding dresses, mind you. No, I mean, that a striking amount of celebs in the last month or so have been seen out and about or at events donning crisp white frocks, despite chilly temps. Personally, I think the look is totally fresh. That whole “no white after Labor Day” rule is poppycock anyway. Keep clicking to see what I mean …
Reverend Cedric Miller, of Neptune, New Jersey, made headlines this week for demanding that his married church leaders stay off Facebook because he thinks it leads to infidelity. The reverend says he has counseled 20 couples in his congregation, at the Living Word Christian Fellowship Church, who are having marital problems because of the social networking site and thinks married folks should just delete their accounts. He explained his theory on the phenomenon to the Associated Press as such: “What happens is someone from yesterday surfaces, it leads to conversations and there have been physical meet-ups. The temptation is just too great.” Keep reading »