Hey, I’ve got a great idea—let’s give tweens and teenagers their own credit cards! Oh wait, I actually think that’s a terrible plan, but the Kardashian sisters are all about it. They’ve even lent their name to the new Kardashian Prepaid MasterCards. Which will be available for kids as young as 13.
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The Sartorialist is chock-full of impossibly cool and beautiful people looking impossibly cool and beautiful, and we’ve often wondered just what it takes to get noticed by Sartorialist blogger Scott Schuman’s discerning eye. Wonder no more: this handy and hilarious chart offers up a surefire way to get noticed, and photographed, by the world’s coolest style blogger. Check it out after the jump. [I Love Charts] Keep reading »
Dangerous boobs are everywhere in 2010! Following on the heels (nipples?) of Katy Perry’s firework breasts, Lady Gaga shows off her mammary menace to society on the cover of GQ Italy. Let’s hope she doesn’t try to breastfeed anyone with that thing. [Cover Awards] Keep reading »
I’m a full-time mom. You know the type. My days are spent cooking meals, doing dishes, buying groceries, doing laundry, walking dogs, wiping noses, clipping toenails, and performing every other pleasant and unpleasant task required to keep two kids, two dogs, two frogs and a hamster alive and relatively happy. But for my birthday weekend, I left all that behind for three days at Ladies Rock Camp. Keep reading »
“No actors, no actresses … I want to talk to people who are good at a craft, people who work with their hands. We’re going to talk to a lot of upholsterers. And we may have financial penalties. If Jim Carrey or Tom Hanks accidentally mentions his project, I think the viewer should be compensated in some way. That would be a way to turn this economy around.”
—Conan O’Brien on what we should expect from his new show, “Conan,” premiering tonight on TBS. I look forward to hearing from many a skilled craftsmen. And maybe making a buck or two off accidental celebrity shillfests. Go Coco, go! [NY Post] Keep reading »