Oh, la-la! Zach Galifianakis donned a retro-pink bikini for the latest issue of Vanity Fair. We swoon at his refusal to manscape and his come-hither gaze. Watch out, Pam Anderson! There’s a new beach beauty in town, and he’s got dude cleavage. [Vanity Fair] Keep reading »
In Ciara‘s new video, “Gimme Dat,” the singer sets the freaky fashion bar high. Among her super-sexy style flourishes: a sort-of fanny pack that spells out “FLY” paired with a pair of converse sneakers that are attached to see-through stripper heels. Add to that outrageous ensemble a pair of extra-short Daisy Dukes and a mesh and leather bustier, and you are ready to go. I’ll have to try wearing that to work one day next week and see how it goes over. Keep reading »
It’s time again for “Dear Wendy Updates,” a feature where people I’ve given advice to in the past let us know whether they followed the advice and how they’re doing today. After the jump, we hear from “The Homewrecker,” whose boyfriend cheated on his ex to be with her and was planning to go to a party she wasn’t invited to where said ex would be. “My issue is,” she wrote, “that as a sign of loyalty, I think my boyfriend should not go to this event that I am actively being excluded from. I fear that he hasn’t made much of an effort to ask the host if I can attend, and my suspicion is that he really wants to go to see his ex and scope out her new boyfriend.” So, did he ask the host if his girlfriend could attend? Did they go to the party together? Did he go alone, or did he skip the whole thing altogether? Find out after the jump. Keep reading »
Yes, this pretty much approximates what we look like at last call at our neighborhood dive bar — including, and especially, the pawing and desperation. [BuzzFeed
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Big news from OkCupid: Gay people are not trying to convert straights over to their side. A new round of data from the online dating site found that gay users are pretty much the same as straight users when it comes to looking for love online.
OkCupid combed through information from its more than four million users to compile its data. Among the more revelatory statistics: Keep reading »