Bra sizes are about to hit the second half of the alphabet: meet the L cup. Yes, the L cup! Lingerie company Bravissimo is now selling the first-ever L cup, apparently, after the the KK cup they introduced two years ago failed to meet their well-endowed customers’ needs. The L cup fits a 28-inch back size, comes in black, nude, white and petal pink and in my opinion, it’s very classy. It’s a shame that model Sheyla Hershey, who allegedly held the record for the world’s largest breasts with silicone 38KKKs until they had to be removed because they were killing her, wouldn’t fit into them anymore! If there are L cups walking amongst us, aren’t they in possession of the world’s biggest boobs now? I’m so confused. [Daily Mail UK] Keep reading »
Here at The Frisky, we’re big fans of products that do double-duty — but triple duty? Dang, hold us back! Take Brigada Creativa’s Love Life, Day-by-Day wall calender. All 365 days are represented by a white heart, which you can then fill in with a red pen to keep track of the progression of your love life — fill in a quarter of the heart if you went on a date, half the heart if you smooched someone, and the full shebang for, well, the full shebang. So, a trifecta of awesome: a basic calendar, pretty wall decor, and a way to figure out who the baby daddy is. Nice!
Uh oh. Adam Lambert seems to be having a Selma Blair moment. Someone save him. Keep reading »
Can we talk about how freaking awesome Venus Williams is? While most players go for boring old sports tops and tennis skirts, Venus is known for making, uh, more flamboyant ensemble decisions. Cricket player Graeme Swann may have called this one “the worst outfit ever seen on a tennis court,” but I kind of love the bright yellow latticework top and splatter painted skirt she rocked in an Australian Open match yesterday. It’s akin to a peacock spreading its tail—how could your opponent not be intimidated by the fact that your outfit looks straight out of Punky Brewster’s closet? Keep reading »
You can tell a lot about what’s going on in a woman’s life based on the conversations she has with herself when she looks in a mirror. Sitting in a church or temple pew, or lying awake in bed at night, might be when she does the most deep thinking. But what goes through her head while she glances in the mirror brushing her teeth or washing her hands in the bathroom at work — those are the moments she talks to herself about what she sees. Interacting with her appearance, she’s either a friend or an enemy. Keep reading »