Quotable: Mary-Louise Parker Hasn’t Smoked Pot, But Has Had It In A Lollipop

“I’ve never smoked [pot]. I guess if it was going to happen, it would’ve happened when I was younger. But that was never an effective or interesting form of rebellion for me. Because everybody did it … But it’s not like I haven’t tried. I didn’t smoke—it was a lollipop. Here’s what happened. I was at a party, and I’d been kind of sick recently. I was in the hospital and on some really heavy antibiotics. But I went to this party anyway, and I was in the bathroom the whole night, on the floor. I was just so ill. Somebody at the party was like, ‘The only thing that’s going to help your nausea is marijuana.’ And I’m like, ‘I don’t have any!’ But then I remembered, somebody had given me a pot lollipop. People give me pot all the time. I put them up in my closet, on the very, very top shelf, where I keep all my shoes, just so my kids wouldn’t find them.”

Mary-Louise Parker, who plays a pot dealer mom on “Weeds,” explains her complicated relationship with marijuana in real life. But back the truck up—a pot lollipop? Has anyone ever heard of that? [Vanity Fair] Keep reading »

What’s Your “Stomach Face” Up To This Weekend?

TGIF! I’m trying to decide what to do with my stomach face this weekend. I think I’ll take it to Coney Island and then maybe out for a bite to eat. Yeah, that sounds fun. How about you? What’s your stomach face up to this weekend? [BuzzFeed] Keep reading »

Where Is The Most Amazing Place You’ve Visited?

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For our “End of Summer Escapes” series, we recently fantasized about our dream vacations—the places we’re dying to go to. At the same time, we realized that we should probably pay credit to the places we already have been—the adventures that have supplied us with amazing memories and a sense of wonderment. Here, Frisky editors dish on the most amazing places they’ve traveled to. Maybe you’ll take some inspiration for your next trip! Feel free to share your own in the comments!

Anna Paquin, Kristen Bell Join The “Scream 4″ Cast

Normally, sequels aren’t my thing. But I am getting pretty pumped for “Scream 4.” We already knew that Emma Roberts, niece of Julia, was starring and that Hayden Panetierre was playing her bestie. And that Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, and David Arquette would be reviving their iconic roles. Now some new players have been added to the mix. Apparently, Anna Paquin has been cast in the flick! As has the amazing Kristen Bell of “Veronica Mars!” And Shenae Grimes, who you probably know from “90210″ but was far superior on “Degrassi“! The speculation is that these three will be aufed in the opening scene, like Drew Barrymore in the original. But who knows. We’ll have to wait until next April to see. [NY Post] Keep reading »

More Gross Creeping On Last Night’s “Jersey Shore”

I repeat, why do women continue to hook up with the dudes of “Jersey Shore“? Worst case scenario: you can get an STD or knocked up by a total tool. Best case scenario: you get called a “grenade” or “hippopotamus” on national TV while the guys have another set of girls at the other side of the house and make you look like a complete fool. Boycott, ladies, boycott! Keep reading »

Dear Wendy: “My Boyfriend’s On Disability. Should I Dump Him?”

I’m 24 and my boyfriend’s 28, and although we’ve only been dating about three months, we’ve fallen very deeply in love. He’s kind, nurturing, and loving, and I feel like my best self around him. The only problem is that he collects disability due to a medical condition he’s had since childhood. If he didn’t collect disability, he would never be able to afford his numerous doctors visits and prescriptions. Although he’s worked in the past, and has done odd jobs since we started dating, he has limited education, and the jobs he’s held have never been very high paying. It makes me nervous that he doesn’t have a regular full-time job. I have a college degree and have always been very hard-working, and although I’m not looking for someone to take care of me, I would like to be with a person who can be an equal partner. When I told him my anxiety regarding his financial instability, he reassured me that he would always be able to meet me halfway – if not more than halfway and would always be able to support himself and help contribute towards a potential family in the future. Although he helped to alleviate some of my concern, I must admit that it still bothers me that he isn’t working. Do you think I should work around my feelings of anxiety and find a way to build a future with someone I am growing to love, or should I end the relationship to avoid growing even more attached to a man who may never be able to work steadily? — Can’t Help Being in Love

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