For the record, in this case, “That’s A Lot Of Look” means OH MY GOD BEST OUTFIT EVER. Beyonce and Jay Z may be eating vegan for the month, but that doesn’t mean she can’t wear her love for ooey-gooey cheese and pepperoni. I am in awe. Check out a few more shots after the jump. [Photos: TMZ.com/Splash News] Keep reading »
This morning I got up early and went grocery shopping before work. I only did this because we had no vegetables or coffee creamer in the house and I knew I would regret it the entire day if I didn’t just drag my ass to the store and get it done. So I went. And then something weird happened: I had the best time. Turns out the early morning hours at the grocery store are like a whole different world. A world I highly recommend venturing into if you get the chance. Here’s why: Keep reading »
Kim Zolciak had twins on November 25, and in what is apparently much bigger news, she is now back to a size 4 again. At least, according to the Twitterverse. She and her 16-year-old daughter Brielle have been retweeting one another’s selfies and cutesy quips about how on earth Kim’s “belly is almost gone” just nine days after giving birth. When Brielle asked the internet how her mom could have possibly lost so much weight so fast, Kim told her it was from chasing after Brielle and her siblings. Kim’s twins, Kaia Rose and Kane Ren, are welcomed by her four other children. According to Kim, the babies are “doing awesome.” I don’t know whether to be annoyed about the worldwide obsession with “post-baby bodies” or just totally impressed and awed by her supergenes. [Huffington Post]
So, once upon a time, a boy from New Zealand got lost in Hong Kong on New Year’s Eve and met a girl from America: ”I was just walking around and admiring the lights and found this girl just crying on the side of the road … I went and tried to help her out. She was lost. She’d lost all her friends.”
After the boy cheered her up with his “undeniably bad sense of humor,” he took her out for drinks, and she eventually found her friends again. At 6 a.m., the party ended and she left.
However, before she took off, she dropped a romantic comedy-style bomb on the dude. Leaving the boy with her name, her hometown (Washington, D.C.), and her picture, she challenged him to “find her.” And off she went. Keep reading »
In South Korea, where temperatures are currently arctic and energy costs exorbitant, the most effective, efficient way to stay warm is by inhabiting an indoor tent. One South Korean tent manufacturer claims to have sold more than 4 million in just a couple of weeks. I believe that constitutes a trend!
Soon, thanks to abrupt climate changes brought on by global warming, we’re all going to need to move into indoor tents for survival. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves and start worrying about the catastrophic weather and natural disasters ahead. Let’s see this as the opportunity we’ve been waiting for since childhood — to spend every waking hour inside a bedroom tent just for the hell of it. Really, it’s not a half-bad lifestyle. Below, some perks of living in an indoor tent. Keep reading »
In case your underwear wasn’t imposing enough already, Microsoft is now working on a “smart bra” that can monitor your heart and skin to prevent overeating. Prototypes of the bras are embedded with sensors that seek out changes in the body’s stress levels and inform the bra’s wearer (How does it inform them exactly? Flashing lights? A robot voice telling them to put that donut down?). Since high stress can trigger emotional eating, its goal is to get women to stop and think before chowing.
According to a paper explaining the results of a project in which four women wore the prototype bras, the stress-level warnings “served as a health intervention to encourage the person to be more active or consume less food.” Slightly creepy, but okay. Keep reading »
Women often regret having sex with the wrong partner, while men often regret not having more sexual partners according to a study at the University of Texas and University of California-Los Angeles. The conclusions were drawn from three studies that surveyed 25,000 people. Read more on College Candy…