This morning on “The Today Show”, Matt Lauer interviewed three women (all between ages 40-60) who still play with dolls. Very, very lifelike dolls. And by play with, we mean they dress them up, lay them in cribs, strap them into car seats, and generally act like they are real babies. Awkwardly weird clip above. Keep reading »
We here at The Frisky live for celeb gossip, chocolate, and your comments. What can we say, you bitches crack us up! So in honor of you, our smart, sexy, and incisive readers, who aren’t afraid to talk smack on the Internet, here are our five favorite comments from last week:
Croutons from “Fans React To Clay Aiken Coming Out”
Last week, Clay Aiken came out and 75 of you had something (mostly supportive) to say about it. Hot damn! So now that Clay’s telling the truth, which one of his fans was willing to be honest too? Croutons, of course, told it like it is:
“OK, but now that he’s out, that means he has to start making music that doesn’t suck.”
Good point, Croutons! We all got caught up in his sexuality, but what really matters is the music. After all, he’s representing the gay community! Keep reading »
Some Hollywood couples have broken up and left us baffled as to why. Of course, there are always rumors, but it’s not often that either party comes out into the open like Meg Ryan did in the October issue of InStyle, saying: “Dennis was not faithful to me for a long time, and that was very painful…” (Followed by Dennis Quaid’s response in the New York Daily News: “It was eight years ago, and I find it unbelievable that Meg continues publicly to rehash and rewrite the story of our relationship.”) Now that the mystery about the end of their relationship is sort of solved, we’re hoping a few other pairs will come tell us why they’re not together anymore. Not that we want them back together, we’re just curious.
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We have a love/hate relationship with Mean Girls. In reality, we know from firsthand experience that Mean Girls can ruin a teen’s life. But when it comes to TV and film, we find Mean Girls totally entertaining and have been known to root for them. Usually, the Mean Girl in a show or movie is the most developed character. Being saccharin sweet like Serena van der Woodsen in the first season of “Gossip Girl” or Lauren Conrad throughout the run of “The Hills” is easy. But it takes work to be conniving, cunning, and misunderstood all at once. We decided to pay homage to entertainment’s best Mean Girls after the jump. Tell us in the comments which one you identify with the most! Keep reading »
Back when I was in elementary school, I got to pick out a new lunch box and book bag at the end of summer in preparation for the school year. I miss starting fresh every fall, so maybe I should start buying myself a new bag every fall to continue the tradition in a more adult way. Since we’re all falling on hard times with the craziness on Wall Street, I think I’ll pick one of these — not one of them is over $100. Keep reading »
On a last night’s episode of “The Hills,” Spencer was being his usual d-bag self, but I couldn’t believe he was so rude to Heidi’s mother that she later cried on camera. This to me is the most unthinkable sin for a boyfriend or husband to commit. I’ve never understood how a woman can date a man that doesn’t get along with her family, especially if she has a close or at least workable relationship with them.
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Fancy china table setting probably haven’t entered your life yet, but that doesn’t mean you should be eating your takeout Pad Thai on a soggy paper plate. Instead, feel a little fancy when you serve yourself dinner on one of these black and white doily plates, which are made of “melamine” (a posh word for plastic). [$40 for four, FredFlare.com] Keep reading »
Have you seen graffiti that’s kind of sweet (even if it is against the law)? Send us a pic at firstname.lastname@example.org. Keep reading »