I recently had a flirtation with a guy whereby we debated the merits of using Dictionary.com versus the actual hard copy, old school, book version of the dictionary. And I realized, with some degree of alarm, that this felt familiar. That this—this courting by way of words—was not a one-time thing. It was a recurring thing. It was my thing. Keep reading »
When it’s gray and dreary outside all we want is to do is cozy up in soft layers and things that make us smile. That’s why when we found this super adorable angora blend beret we were overjoyed! The mix of chocolate brown and bright colors is happy without being over the top and the oversized bow is like icing on a cupcake. It’s a perfect and playful edition to any winter wardrobe.
Chelsea Handler is up to her shenanigans again. Last night, Cee-Lo was a guest on “Chelsea Lately.” After telling him that she loved his ankles, Chelsea went on to explain to Cee-Lo that she once had a security guard who claimed to be his brother. And, uh, she took the above photo with him. “I believed him, so then I took this photo with him,” Chelsea said. “I thought I was being nice to him and it would maybe help me get you on the show.” Cee-Lo laughed and said, “Yeah, that’s not my brother.” Another highlight, when Chelsea asked him about the name of his new album, Lady Killer, and he said that he was “killing them with kindness.” Aww. [Huffington Post] Keep reading »
We are less than three weeks away from the shortest day of the year and if you’re anything like me, you’re starting to feel the effects of the winter blues — or Seasonal Affective Disorder — begin to set in. Sure, we have a little distraction with the holidays, but come January if we haven’t set up some routine to break us out of a winter rut, we may find ourselves in danger of barely hanging on until spring. A few weeks ago, you shared some of your ideas for combating the winter blues, and after the jump is a roundup of some of those suggestions plus a few of my own to get us motivated to tackle the long months ahead. Keep reading »
“I can’t afford security, so I practice self-defense and chain punching. … I spent millions in security in the last four years. I have had to change my life. I can’t afford to go out to the clubs anymore because the sort of protection I need can cost anywhere from 5 to 10 thousand dollars a night. … That is actually where all my money went because safety is number one.”
—Heidi Montag explains why she has been taking intense martial arts classes for the past six months, and in the process continues her tour of delusional. Sure, she probably spent a lot on security. But if she wants to know where her money went—it’s in the 10 plastic surgery procedures she had done at once, the money she spent putting out her album, and the fact that she spends, spends, spends in general. [NY Daily News] Keep reading »