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Meet My New Boyfriend: Rob Evans

Yes, I’ve got another new boyfriend. This time, it’s Rob Evans, seen here doing the runway thing at Jeremy Scott during New York Fashion Week. I’m not sure what my favorite thing is about this outfit: the chap shorts, the leather vest, the penis hammock. In any case, I can’t find diddly on my new man other than more proof that he is hot. And what else is there to know, really? [Style.com] Keep reading »

This Little Dog Holds The Guinness World Record For Longest Tongue

Step aside, lewd cat. There’s a new tongue freak in animal town, and his name is Puggy. This Pekingese hails from Texas, and that thing hanging out of his mouth has scored him the Guinness World Record for longest dog tongue. How long is it? (Ahem.) Four-and-a-half inches long. Helllooo, Puggy! I can’t decide if this dog’s tongue is gross or … intriguing. [Dlisted] Keep reading »

10 Mind-Blowing & Bank-Breaking Celebrity Shopping Sprees

11 Mind-Blowing Celebrity Shopping Sprees

Earlier this month, Jennifer Aniston popped into a vintage lighting store in New York City and dropped $20,000 on lights for her LA mansion (meanwhile, in Real People Land, we’re debating whether or not to drop 30 bucks on a lamp from IKEA). Obviously 20K is nothing when you’re a super rich celebrity like Aniston, who earned an estimated $28 million last year. Jen’s not the only celeb flexing her buying power. Click through to check out 10 other mind-boggling celebrity shopping sprees… [Us Weekly]

The Daily Ovulation: Gwen And Kingston Rock The Runway

Gwen Stefani invites her son, Kingston, onto the runway yesterday after presenting her L.A.M.B. collection at New York Fashion Week. Gah! Did you just die of cuteness? (BTW—Kingston’s toy car is the perfect accessory for that outfit.) Keep reading »

Land A Dude, Lose Two Friends

A new study done at Oxford University says that both men and women lose an average of two close friends when they get involved in a serious relationship. Why? Because we tend to have about four to six people in our “circle of trust.” When we get involved with a new person, our attention is so focused on our new partner that the time and energy costs us about two core friendships. The study also found that having a child or even getting a new pet can have the same effect. I don’t like this study one bit. I intend to prove it wrong. I vow to keep all of my close friends even if I ever land a boyfriend … or a kid … or a dog. But I don’t think my friends have anything to worry about for the time being. Womp womp. [Daily Mail] Keep reading »

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