We’re sick of all these so-called relationship experts telling ladies the way to snag a man is to keep it in your pants, er, skirt. Listen, you prisses, not only are we way too old to be virgins, but we sure as hell are glad we’re not! Holding out for some kind of commitment only makes a gal feel like her vag is her primary value, not herself. Lame! And what about our desires? Doesn’t that matter? Frankly, you have to test-drive some cars before you know which one you wanna buy, if you know what we mean. No matter what kind of sex you’re into, there are certain experiences we think every woman needs to have before she settles down. Click through to see what sexy stuff we suggest you get around to before you decide to buy.
Last night was the season premiere of “Dancing with the Stars” and one of the biggest surprises of the night was that Bristol Palin, “teen activist,” wasn’t the most horrible dancer. Sure, she was awkward and a little stiff and definitely shy, but she showed bursts of potential throughout her minute-plus routine, and even, dare I say it, a tiny little dash of sex appeal. Could Bristol actually be a real threat in the competition? If so, let’s hope Mama Palin doesn’t confuse this dark horse for a caribou in a fringe mini.
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Is it just us or is this “South Park”-themed top designed by Jean-Charles de Castelbajac totally creepy? It’s definitely totally expensive. [Colette] Keep reading »
A model displays a hat made of flowers at Francis Montesinos’s Madrid Fashion Week presentation. This is what you might call green fashion. Keep reading »
A few days ago, bloggers made a huge to-do about clothing website ModCloth’s “Blog Writer Dress.” Thing is, the general consensus is that we work-from-home bloggers either wouldn’t dress in the child-like pinafore style, or have a dedicated uniform of sweatpants or no-pants. (Although, personal offenses aside, wasn’t it pretty obvious what ModCloth was doing? Naming a dress just so bloggers would draw attention to it?) Anyhow, we’ve now discovered that shoe designer Stuart Weitzman has a “Blog” pump. We’re not sure what Weitzman is trying to say with this style name, but if the product description is stereotyping bloggers who prefer comfort over aesthetics (“A modern round-toe pump, with a bit more heel for height without sacrificing comfort”), then it does so with much more subtlety. [Stuart Weitzman] Keep reading »