Best Dude Dance Moves Aren’t

Scientists at Northumbria University report they have discovered the best moves a guy can break out on the dance floor if he wants to woo the ladies. Supposedly, when we watch a dude bust these gyrations, we ladies are drawing unconscious conclusions about his virility, health, and strength. All I see is a guy doing a half-water sprinkler. The scientists’ advice to male dancers: If you want to attract chicks, move your neck and trunk a lot. For some real amusement, watch the bad guy dancing video here. [Gawker] Keep reading »

Dear Wendy Updates: “Craigslist Caution” Responds

Hey, are you someone I’ve given advice to in the past? Do you have an update on your situation you’re willing to share? Email me at {encode=”dearwendy@thefrisky.com” title=”dearwendy@thefrisky.com”} with a link to the original post, and let me know whether you followed the advice and how you’re doing now. Sometimes people write to me with an idea of what they want to hear and when they don’t hear just that, well, they aren’t very happy … and sometimes they let me know it. Today we hear from Craigslist Caution, the woman who occasionally catches her husband perusing the Casual Encounters section of Craigslist when he’s feeling sexually rejected and is looking for new friends. Despite even catching him emailing someone from the site, she still wasn’t sure whether she should be worried or just chalk this up to “curiosity.” I told her there was definitely something to be worried about, but that was not the answer she wanted to hear and she had some choice words for me. Read ‘em and weep, after the jump. Keep reading »

Quotable: Katie Holmes Perpetually Walking On Rose Petals

“My husband has red roses for me everywhere I go and whenever we travel.”

Katie Holmes answers the question of what romantic things Tom Cruise does for her at the premiere of “The Romantics.” Why is it that after five years, these two still seem so fake? Couldn’t they at least have come up with a flower with more personality? [People] Keep reading »

Yes, There Is A College Class On Lady Gaga

Sharpen your pencils, little monsters: The University of Virginia is offering a class on Lady Gaga called “GaGa for Gaga: Sex, Gender, and Identity.” Taught by grad student Christa Romanosky, the Lady Gaga class is a prerequisite course to essay writing on the theme of how the mama monster pushes social boundaries. Students will listen to Gaga’s music and watch her music videos, but also read about her influence on feminism and gender expression. UVA has also offered Harry Potter-themed classes to make prerequisite essay courses more interesting. Keep reading »

Star Couplings: Halle Berry Is Hooking Up With Olivier Martinez

  • Halle Berry is rebounding from baby daddy Gabriel Aubry by smooching her hot co-star, Olivier Martinez, in his hometown of Paris. Ooh-la-la! [People]
  • Adam Brody brought his newish girlfriend to a screening of his film “The Romantics.” [ONTD]
  • “Bachelor Pad”"s Gia is “definitely interested” in a relationship with cowboy crooner Wes. Eww. [People]
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And Here We Thought Women’s Sizing Was Messed Up

Clothing sizing drives me insane because it gives designers a God-like upper hand in defining you. Helmut Lang likes to compliment me by allowing me to squeeze into a 2 from time to time, but Alexander Wang basically thinks I’m obese. Turns out designers are no kinder to men, and there’s all sorts of lying going on in the menswear sizing department. Apparently, there’s a huge discrepancy in the sizing of men’s pants, which often display a far smaller waist measurement than their actual measurement. An Esquire blogger made this handy chart to spell out just how honest and dishonest retailers are. The biggest liar: Old Navy, whose jeans (advertised for a 36-inch waist) physically measure five inches larger at 41 inches. We feel for you, dudes. [Esquire via Gawker] Keep reading »

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