When I stepped out to grab lunch earlier, I popped into Ricky’s, a well-known local beauty supply chain with a store below our office, and noticed a display of Cincher’s waist-training corsets. Waist-training disturbs me, as does its ubiquity and celebration within certain celeb sects — what’s next, Kim Kardashian gets into foot-binding? — but… More »
Don’t apologize for simply existing, guys. … More »
Hey, guys. Hope you’re having a lovely Monday. We’ve got to have a little chat about something. There’s no nice way to say this: We need to talk to you about your man bun. Have you considered that the quality of your man bun is perhaps impacting your fuckability? We think you should.
Long hair… More »
There’s something slightly unnerving about Disney-obsessed adults. At a certain point it gets weird idolizing a bunch of cartoons with dead moms and evil after them, no matter how pretty they are. But we’ve all known (and maybe even enjoyed) someone like this and thanks to Etsy shop Lover Dover’s Clothing, you can now feed their… More »
Do you have an hour? We bet you do. Here’s a bunch of stuff to read in the bath/listen to while making breakfast as you go into your weekend. … More »
Good news for adults who are of legal age to drink, but who still remain children inside!
The Lockhart is Harry Potter-themed bar that just opened in Toronto, Canada’s west end and it is wacky.
According to its co-owner Matt Rocks, the concept is a “casual neighborhood bar” that has a bunch of Harry Potter… More »
When I saw the headline “Are Thighbrows The New Thighgap?” on ELLE.com, my initial instinct was to roll my eyes heavenward and brace myself for a new stupidly named non “trend” celebrating some aspect of thinner bodies over heavier ones. What I found was indeed a stupidly named non trend, but celebrating an aspect of… More »
It’s not like it’s that hard to make coffee the normal way. More »
Take a chill pill, girl. More »
Trigger Warning: There may in fact be a new trend where men are wearing micro-fedoras on top of their man buns in Seattle, Washington.
Our sources are vague, and perhaps it is all a ruse, but we cannot take our chances here.
Please hide your small children, Generation Xers and above before we all start… More »
I have never, ever in the last several years thought to myself, “You know, I’d really like to own a drone.” I’m not sure what I could possibly use a drone for, after all. My profession requires that I sit at a desk for most of my day and write, and my hobbies… More »
Seriously–$4000 for a children’s bed? More »
7-Eleven has announced it will begin delivery service in five US cities in an effort to “redefine convenience,” as one executive puts it in L.A. Biz. So what does redefined convenience look like? The Chicago Tribune reports that for $20, 7-Eleven and new partner DoorDash will bring you a “Date Night Pack,” which includes chocolate chi… More »
Do you ever look at your smartphone and think “It’s great that I can call people on this, send text messages and access the internet — but it’s not doing a lot for me sexually, other than all the porn I could hypothetically access on it”? Well! We here at The Frisky have got some solutions for… More »
China has introduced new rules for advertisers to protect consumers, one of which is that celebrities have to use the products they endorse, and specifically, male celebrities cannot endorse feminine hygiene products. This comes after Taiwanese singer Jiro Wang slapped his mug on advertisements and packaging for Freemore maxi pads, as seen above.
But who… More »
#kinfolk #socality #inspo #jumpstagram #vscocam #instagood #pdx #pnw… More »
And it can’t “fix” you either. More »
Aww, PornHub really does care! The gigantic pornography web site is offering a $25,000 college scholarship for applicants who are over 18, have at least a 3.2 GPA, are currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate college with any major, and don’t have personal qualms about accepting money from a pornography web site.
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A new twist in the political-correctness-in-higher-education fracas! Washington State University announced on Monday that it wouldn’t allow professors to put blanket bans on particular words in their classes, on threat of lower grades or class failure.
Specifically, one women’s studies course syllabus said the following:
“Gross generalizations, stereotypes and derogatory/oppressive language are not acceptable. More »