This past weekend, the very pregnant Fergie Duhamel had her “gay-by” shower at the SLS Hotel in Beverly Hills. And, if you’re like us, you probably have no idea what that means. Us Weekly reported that it was thrown by her “gay BFFs.” Not sure why they can’t just be “BFFs” who also happen to be gay. But besides that, here’s what we’re guessing makes a “gay-by” shower, in case you’re thinking of throwing one, too:
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I am impressed by the talent of this cake topper artist who crafted such a tiny, adorable baby face with perfect features. I also think that the person who actually eats the edible fondant baby at the baby shower should be reported to Child Protective Services. Munch, munch, munch. [Etsy]
A few weeks ago I found myself in a peculiar situation. But first, let me give you some background.
I live in New York City but grew up in Akron, Ohio, which is located in a region where landscapes switch between cement tundra and golden cornfields as quickly as one pop song flips to the next on your car radio. In a way, this is emblematic of the people who reside or have resided there: we shift easily between modern-liberal and traditional-conservative thought (hence, a swing state). In my 27 years, I’ve seen this dichotomy play out in two key scenarios: the presidential election of 2004 and a recent trip home to attend my first non-family member baby shower. Keep reading »
Over the weekend, Scott Disick (wait, you don’t know who he is? Keep up people, he’s Kourtney Kardashian‘s baby daddy. Yes, the guy with the overly-gelled hair) had what Kourtney has dubbed a “man shower.” To celebrate the fact that, come December, he’ll have a rugrat, Scott met up with his friends Kevin Federline, Cisco Adler, and Shwayze in Miami for a night of male bonding. [People]
Their “man shower” wasn’t actually all that showery—they basically went to dinner and then a club—but we fear that now that guys are carrying murses and even breastfeeding, they’ll want to start having baby showers, too. After the jump, a few “man shower” ideas that we genuinely hope never catch on. Keep reading »