This week, we’re spending a little time learning all about you and the awesome and unexpectedly cool jobs you do. Each one of these profiles was culled from you, dear Frisky Readers, and we’re amazed by the incredible jobs you have. This is our attempt to learn more about what you do for a living.
After the jump, read all about reader Erica’s job working with families of murder victims. Keep reading »
Since I was a kid obsessed with “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory,” I’ve been fantasizing about Ever-Lasting Gobstoppers, Lickable Wallpaper, Wonkavision, and Three-Course-Dinner Gum. The Three-Course-Dinner Gum would have been the world’s most perfect invention in Wonka’s factory had it not turned Violet Beauregarde into a blueberry prompting her dad to scream, “Violet you’re turning violet, Violet!” Amazing news! This fantasy gum may actually become a reality thanks to the new technology that can capture time-release flavors in microscopic capsules. Keep reading »
I think it’s high time for Mariah Carey to end the speculation and just tell the world that she’s preggers already. It was Nick Cannon‘s 30th birthday this weekend, and at his party, Mariah walked around all night wearing a black trench coat over her ensemble. She also skipped taking photos, entered the club through the back entrance, and was reported to be rather anti-social. And rather than getting tipsy as per usual, she stuck to cranberry juice. Very suspicious. Or maybe she just has a UTI and feels miserable? [NY Daily News] Keep reading »
Because all patriarchal structures must fall, fashion magazine Gemma is gone! In its place is Vag Magazine, a feminist rag purchased by Fennel, Sylvie, Bethany, Heavy Flo (a roller derby legend), and Reba (a gonzo feminist pop-culture journalist) with the proceeds from the reusable menstrual pads they sell on their Etsy shop. Will Meghan, the sole holdover from Gemma, survive their stern rebukes and wayward logic?
This parody is good, but my favorite “Vag Magazine” skit — Meghan’s new co-workers teach her a lesson about “feminist skirts” — is after the jump … Keep reading »
He isn’t as hot as Isaiah Mustafa
, but Grover still amuses in this Old Spice ad spoof on “Sesame Street.” How long do you think before media-savvy Isaiah and the people behind his ads get him a guest spot beside those lovable Muppets? [via BuzzFeed
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