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October 6 is Mad Hatter Day. The date is taken from Alice In Wonderland‘s Mad Hatter. According to the story, there’s a slip of paper tucked in the ribbon of the Mad Hatter’s hat with “In this style 10/6″ written on it, which many relate to the date, October 6. Typically, people celebrating Mad Hatter Day don a zany hat, but we reserve only one day of October, Halloween, for making fools of ourselves. Instead, we’re going to wear chic hats for Mad Hatter Day. Check out the 13 hats we found that could work for today or the rest of fall and winter.
If I had been on set for goalie Tim Howard‘s shoot for his 2010 ESPN Body Issue cover, I would have volunteered to remove every particle of dirt with a q-tip from his ripped body, regardless of how much I’d have to work overtime. Tim is one of three male athletes to appear on the covers this year. Keep clicking to see the other two naked hotties.
Today is one of those days when we’re each rocking our own distinct personal style. I won’t go as far as categorizing everyone, but I will say that we make a stylish bunch. Don’t forget to tell us what you’re wearing in the comments.
“Family Guy”‘s Seth MacFarlane stopped by the “The Tonight Show” recently to crack a few jokes with Jay Leno and naturally the two turned to comedy gold, Delaware Republican Senate Candidate Christine O’Donnell. Sadly, this was before her “I am not a witch” video, so the two had to find other things to say about her … like her orally servicing Seth MacFarlane. Keep reading »
Since the death of Tyler Clementi, the Rutgers student who committed suicide after secret footage of him performing homosexual sex acts were leaked on Twitter, even more celebrities are coming forward to talk about their own experiences with bullying. The recent string of teen suicides moved actress Brittany Snow to take action. With the help of the Jed Foundation and MTV, she started Love is Louder, a non-profit meant to draw awareness to bullying and depression. “When I was younger, I was bullied daily, and it led me to face other struggles,” she said. “I know what it’s like to feel alone and outcast.” Unfortunately, Tyler Clementi didn’t have the opportunity to gain strength and wisdom from his bullying, but we’re hoping that his untimely death will inspire more adults who survived bullying to let teens know that it gets better. [People]
After the jump, the stars who’ve talked about being bulllied.