Tag Archives: 2012

The Frisky’s Top 10 Street Style Stars Of 2012

As 2013 gets its start (we made it!), we’re looking back at our utmost favorite celeb looks throughout the previous year, like these 10 stars who consistently impressed us on the streets…

Solange Is A Model
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Astrology 101: How To Spot Each Sign … During The Apocalypse

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So, maybe you haven’t heard, but there’s this little rumor going around that the world is going to end tomorrow. Obviously, it’s not going to (even NASA says so!), but, you know, just in case it does, we’ve compiled a guide to the actions and whereabouts of each zodiac sign in an apocalyptic event. Which sign has a stockpile of awesome snacks? Which sign is leading an army? Which sign will be partying with cockroaches when the rest of us are long gone? Read on to find out… Keep reading »

All Of 2012′s Biggest Pop Music Hits–In One Song

John & Olivia's Xmas Song
John Travolta and Olivia Newton John's weirdo music video. Watch »
Songs stuck in your head
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Katy, Adele, Bruno, Nicki, Gotye, oh my!

Ready for a mega musical flashback in mashup form? DJ Earworm combined all of the biggest hits of 2012 into one 4-minute song called “The United State Of Pop,” and the result is surprisingly–or perhaps predictably?–catchy. A quick word of caution: if your end-of-the-year goal was to finally get the chorus of “Somebody That I Used To Know” out of your head, well, you might want to skip this video. [YouTube via Rolling Stone]

Want To Eat Your Last Meal On Earth At T.G.I. Friday’s?

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So, let’s say the world actually is going to end on December 21st, as predicted by the Mayan calendar maker whose carving hand got tired and finally said, “Fuck this, I’m getting a drink.” How would you want to spend your last hours on Earth? A quiet night in with family and friends? Watching one final sunset over the ocean? Confessing a lifetime of sins to your priest? Putting the finishing touches on your apocalypse survival kit? How about horfing a platter of loaded potato skins and pounding “Mayan Margaritas” with a bunch of rowdy douchebags at T.G.I. Friday’s? Yep, this meaningful end-of-the-world experience can be yours, thanks to T.G.I. Friday’s “The Last Friday” apocalypse party, which includes a special “Mayan Menu,” thumping dance music, giveaways, and a photobooth. Last Friday parties are scheduled in Chicago, D.C., Los Angeles, Miami, Tampa, and Orlando, so if you want to join in the hedonist hoedown, book your tickets now. As for me, if I somehow find myself at a T.G.I. Friday’s apocalypse party, I will take it as proof the world actually did end, and hell is way worse than I ever imagined. [Zagat]

Connie Britton Pens Op-Ed On Romney’s Use Of “Clear Eyes, Full Hearts”

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2012 Election
All of The Frisky's posts about the 2012 election. Read More »

“Dillon is a classic American town filled with hard-working, middle-class Americans, who just want to lead productive, healthy lives. And the women we represented on the show — the women we are in real life — are like the millions of women across the nation. Women who want to make our own health care decisions. Women who want to earn equal pay for the work we do. Women who want affordable health care. In fact, it is President Obama who has shown his values to be more closely aligned with those represented by the phrase.  … So as women, let’s take ‘Clear Eyes, Full Hearts’ back and use it as it was always intended — as a motivator for progress, power, and greatness.”

– “Nashville” star Connie Britton and her former “Friday Night Lights” executive producer Sarah Aubrey penned an op-ed for USA Today taking Mitt Romney to task for co-opting the show’s slogan ”Clear eyes, full hearts, can’t lose” for his campaign. Tami Taylor is not happy, y’all! She explains how Obama’s positions on issues like fair pay, reproductive choice, and affordable health care would have helped various different characters on the show in real life.  [USA Today] [Photo: Splash News]

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