Girl Talk: I Saw My Ex In An eHarmony Ad

I was sitting on my couch last night, watching a crappy movie on Comedy Central, when a familiar voice came on the TV. I looked up and felt queasy. It’s the guy I dated who caused me to stop dating altogether for the past five months. I wanted to finish his sentence with, “…it’s perfect for making a girl feel really wretched about herself.” At least he was alone in the commercial and not talking about his upcoming nuptials. Keep reading »

LeAnn Rimes’ Ex Denies That Age Was An Issue In Split

“Age had very little to do with why we got divorced. I was very content and satisfied. I put myself on hold to funnel all my creative energy into her career and our marriage. I was willing to make the sacrifices necessary to have a successful marriage and further her career. I knew, and know, her better than anyone in this world… I was blindsided and shocked that she of all people would do this to the closest person in her life.”

– Dean Sheremet on ex-wife LeAnn Rimes’ assertion that their split (and her cheating) was due to them getting married so young and drifting apart. You know, I’ve long thought — along with the rest of the blogosphere — that Dean was, um, a friend of Dorothy, but the fact that he’s so miffed about their split (as opposed to it being something they decided on together) makes me think I was wrong. Maybe they really were in love and she broke his heart. Sad face. [Us Weekly] Keep reading »

Katy Perry Pays A Visit To “Sesame Street”


What’s going down on “Sesame Street”? Katy Perry has come to play, but Elmo is feeling a tad moody. What’s a gal to do? Sing a kid-friendly version of her hit song “Hot N Cold,” of course! When you’re done singing along, check out these other awesome female “Sesame Street” guest stars. [The Daily Wh.at] Keep reading »

Dear Wendy: “I’m Afraid To Leave My Fiancé”

I have been in a relationship for five years, since I was 18. We got engaged about two years ago but have yet to set a date (basically because I don’t want to). The truth is, I contemplate leaving him almost daily. Why don’t I just do it then? Because I am terrified of hurting him, hurting our families, being alone, and one day regretting that I left him only for it to be too late by then. I have tried to break up with him a few times since we got engaged, but it always morphs into a “break” where we still talk often and then we easily slip back into our old relationship routines. I haven’t been without a boyfriend since I was 14, so the thought of being alone scares the bageezus out of me. What makes leaving the hardest, though, is the fact that he is such a good man who treats me wonderfully and also happens to be my best friend. There are so many things about him that love, but I don’t love him the way that I should love the person I’m going to marry. How do I leave someone who treats me so well, who hasn’t done anything wrong, and who I enjoy spending time with, only to live life alone and uncertain if I will ever find someone better than what I already have? — Reluctant Bride-to-Be

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Meet Zlata, The Sexy Human Gumby


The whole time I was watching this video of beautiful, blond contortionist Zlata, I couldn’t stop yelling, “Zlata, no! No! Stop it, Zlata! Stop!” Yet I did not turn it off. The secret to Zlata’s extraordinary flexibility? Her ligaments are like that of a baby’s, which have not hardened, and thus her full range of motion is way beyond that of an adult. Watch as Zlata is able to sit her ass down — on her head. [BuzzFeed] Keep reading »

Something Wrong? Blame Feminism

Feminism has had a busy couple of decades. We’re not talking about how the women’s lib movement and the related equal rights movement have transformed the lives of women. Oh no: We’re talking about the dusty path of destruction and ruin that feminism has generated in its single-minded mission to radicalize ladies.

The newest precious thing that feminism’s ruined? Home cooking. Rose Prince, writing for the Daily Mail‘s helpfully titled female news section, “Femail,” argues that feminism has veritably killed off the art of homemade food. She bemoans the fact that women aren’t slaving in front of the stove like they used to — and says it’s all feminism’s fault. Keep reading »

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