Zergnet: Simply Irresistible
The smell of ammonia—a holdover from when the cat was sick—is the first thing I notice, before the dust seeps into my nostrils, making my eyes itch. The door doesn’t fully open, blocked by boxes in the entryway. The piles of craft projects, winter coats, and litter are pushing out from the walls, trying to escape outside. I have to turn sideways to get into the hallway, to the foot-and-a-half kept clear of debris so people can pass to the kitchen or living room. The dining room, with a hanging lamp and large oak table, was long ago lost entirely to the clutter.
There’s too much stuff. It’s disgusting. I hate it here.
But it’s home. Keep reading »
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This weekend, Matt Damon and his wife Luciana welcomed another daughter, Stella Zavala Damon, into the world. Damon said, “Our lives are full and wonderful and we’re done having kids… I think that’s about enough to ask of any woman. I don’t want to turn her into Ethel Kennedy.” Luciana also had a daughter from her previous marriage, so it’s five women in the house and only one Matt. Homedude is seriously outnumbered. [CNN]
We’ve rounded up a few other famous dudes who’re surrounded by estrogen.
It was a fruity, caffeinated alcoholic beverage called Four Loko, not the date rape drug, that sent a gaggle of Washington state college kids to the hospital during a house party on October 8. Police had suspected “roofies” had effed up the Central Washington University students. Instead, it was a 12 percent alcohol malt liquor/energy drink equivalent to six beers that got to these party monsters.
In other words, I thought this story would be a Lifetime original movie, but it turns out it’s an episode of “Jersey Shore.” Keep reading »