Women Running From Houses

In the ’60s and ’70s, there was an entire genre of literature seemingly built around frightened young innocents escaping the horrors of haunted, creepy old houses. Luckily, some genius soul has cataloged this literary trend in a site called Women Running From Houses, which compiles any and every book cover featuring a young woman running screeching from a house. Like this one, by author “Jane Lovesmith” (total pen name), called The Lock. “What was the haunting secret of the unopened crypt behind the old house on Gantry Hill?” it asks. Good question. Let’s not find out. [Women Running From Houses] Keep reading »

Charlie Sheen Says He Just Had A “Bad Night”

“If a guy has one bad night, everybody goes insane and panics. I’m not panicking. … Back to work. Everything’s good, everything’s good.”

Charlie Sheen talks to “Extra” about the “incident” from the other week. Is it just me or do most people’s bad nights involve a drink being spilled on them rather than a woman hiding in a hotel room closet when the police arrive and rush you to the hospital? [People] Keep reading »

Could You Become A Politician Or Have You Shared “Too Much” On The Internet?

I think it’s safe to say I don’t have a future in politics, and if the climate stays the same — where anything and everything from your past can and will be used against you or the person you love — then any future spouse of mine doesn’t either. For the last three years, I’ve shared a lot on the internet as the editor of The Frisky, as well as on social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter. Given what’s happened to political candidates like Krystal Ball (whose funny but racy Facebook pics were unearthed by her rival in a Virginia congressional campaign) and Delaware senatorial candidate Christine O’Donnell (whose fairly chaste sleepover with a guy three years ago was described in an anonymously penned expose on Gawker.com), people who would be out to smear me wouldn’t know where to begin with what I’ve willingly put on the web. Keep reading »

The Most Popular Salon In Town

Look at the specials at this salon, which I’m assuming is the most popular salon in town. The customers must be banging down the door screaming, “I want to go to there.” [World of Wonder] Keep reading »

Do Not Want: $1,000 Juicy Couture Tracksuit Charm

Juicy Couture now makes a $1,000 diamond charm you attach to the zipper of your tracksuit. Do not want: Because for a grand you don’t even get the full outfit! [Refinery 29] Keep reading »

Dater X: Shaking Off The Dry Spell

A wise woman—OK, Sharon Stone—once said, “Love is like the ocean. Sometimes the tide is in and sometimes the tide is out, and sometimes it’s like the frigging Mojave. Fortunately, I like the desert. I’m a desert flower.”

For the past two months, ever since The Juggler faded out, I have been hiking through the Mojave, stopping every once in a while to shake the sand out of my shoes. Keep reading »

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