Montana Fishburne is proving herself to be one of the most delusional girls in America. The 18-year-old daughter of Laurence “Morpheus” Fishburne not only thinks her papa will be proud of her after getting arrested for prostitution and starring in her first porno, but now, she thinks she’s a role model. Yesterday, she wrote on Twitter, “Aw this little 13 year old girl came up to me talking about I’m her favorite celebrity and she is going to make a sex-tape when she turns 18.” How totally terrifying.
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We firmly believe that the best art comes out of obsession. In the case of engineer Paul Klusman, that obsession happens to be with his three cats — Ginger, Oscar and Zoey. Paul started out with the hilars “Engineers Guide to Cats
” and in his newest video clip, he coerces his three furry friends to appear in his cat-tastic remake of “The Princess Bride” — complete with tiny cat wigs. This is absolutely not to be missed. [BuzzFeed
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“Eat Pray Love” opens tonight and chances are there’s a lady in your life who wants to see it. But is it really worth $10 and painful subzero-air conditioning? A lot of people hated the book. A lot of people hate Julia Roberts. But a lot of people loved the book. And a lot of people love Julia Roberts. Decisions, decisions. Lucky for you, we’ve got a flowchart to make the decision process much easier. Keep reading »
OK, not really — but with the help of a new high-concept machine from Japanese artist Hiromi Ozaki they can get a sense of what the pain and agony of periods really feel like. The metallic machine is worn around the waist, and contains abdomen stimulating electrodes (synthetic cramps) and a blood dispensing mechanism that supposedly accurately simulates a five-day menstrual cycle. Ozaki demonstrates how the machine works in this deceptively perky J-pop music video.
Says Ozaki, “The machine is not worn only by men, but also by women when menstruation may become obsolete in the future and the biological process has become a mere ritual of identity.” Awesome, equal opportunity pain! Ozaki’s also working on a penis prototype that moves up and down based on her heart rate. [Carnal Nation] Keep reading »
“Many women dream of finding Prince Charming … but for those who’ve not yet found their Bill O’Reilly, I’m just glad science has provided a few other options.”
— Jennifer Aniston‘s classy response to talk show host Bill O’Reilly, who blew his top the other night over Jen’s new movie, “The Switch.” In the flick, a 40-something single woman gets preggo via artificial insemination, but Bill says it glamorizes single motherhood. I smell a feud! [Gawker] Keep reading »