Snooki And J-Woww To Be Real-Life Roomies

“We are moving in together, though. That is a guarantee. [Snooki] is an awesome roommate. [We] lived together three times and not have any arguments … we can make it work … She wants to get out of her house. I no longer like my house, so what better thing to do than move in together?”

J-Woww reveals that, while she may have turned down an offer to appear in Playboy, she and her “Jersey Shore” BFF, Snooki, will be becoming roommates in real life. Awww, so sweet. I imagine they’ll be looking for a phat crib, complete with hot tub. [NY Daily News] Keep reading »

In China, College Girls Find Prostitution A Shortcut To Success

College students need to support themselves somehow. And in China, it’s becoming increasingly popular to make a living selling your body. Prostitution in China is on the rise — particularly among college students — and girls get paid not on a nightly basis, but a yearly fee.

Annual fees start around $5,000 for more homely girls, while the pretty girls — the ones who usually attend drama school — garner the most attention, and are the most expensive. Those girls can make around $25,000 a year, but the price is high: Unprotected sex is rampant among college prostitutes, who don’t want to view the sex work they do as actual prostitution. Keep reading »

Dear Wendy: “I’m Afraid I’m Doomed To Be A Virgin Forever”

I’m in my early twenties and still a virgin, sort of by choice, but also because I was never asked out when I was younger. This past weekend, I reconnected with an old male friend who admitted to having liked me in the past, but the timing between us was off. We started talking about sex, and I turned him down, telling him I didn’t think I was ready, and I wasn’t in love with him. He was a great guy about it. But now, I think I’m regretting saying no. I’m starting to panic thinking that I just turned down my only chance, as it’s not like I’m beating away men with a stick. I have recently lost a lot of weight, so maybe things will change, but I still don’t seem to have guys running up to talk to me. Also, it’s the fact that I’m in my early twenties, and I’m feeling like I let time run away from me and I can’t stop it. The last thing I want is to become the female version of the 40-Year-Old Virgin. Do I call him and get it over with, as it were? Am I seriously doomed as I think I am because of my age? And how do I stop worrying so much? — Twenty-Something Virgin

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Smart Phones Would Have Fixed These Movie Messes

Ah, smart phones — they make life so much easier. And they could have radically transformed many classic films. In this clip from College Humor, the gang re-envisions what movies would have been like if they’d just been able to Wikipedia stuff. [Urlesque] Keep reading »

The Situation’s Book Cover Looks Very Erudite

When I heard that The Situation had a book coming out, I would’ve bet $200 smackeroos that the cover would be him lifting his shirt up. And, big shocker, I am right. Here is the cover to Here’s the Situation: A Guide to Creeping on Chicks, Avoiding Grenades, and Getting in Your GTL on the Jersey Shore. Start the countdown to November 2nd, when it will be available in bookstores. Just in time for National Cookie Monster Day. Keep reading »

Girl Talk: My Sisters, My Friends

It was just my sister, my boyfriend and me at the tapas bar. Over Spanish food and mojitos, we were laughing and drinking. Like any night I can liberate her from small, crying children, I considered it a success. Then my boyfriend rose to head to the restroom and my sister lurched her head across the table. “I’ll make this quick,” she said her voice lowered. “I have to tell you something.” She then divulged a suburban marital drama and asked me for advice. My poor boyfriend was exiled to the bar for privacy and then deposited at home by himself. The sisters had things to discuss.

I’ve long considered my older sisters to be my closest confidantes. Heck, the three of them practically raised me. When your family is as screwed-up as mine, that’s what happens. But that night at the tapas bar was the first time I didn’t just feel like the little sister, but the friend too. Keep reading »

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