We don’t know his name yet or what fraternity he’s affiliated with at Emory University, but we know that he holds the position of “apparel chair” (that exists?) and goes by the moniker “Fratshionistau.” We also know he takes his job very seriously. That’s why he wrote a long, detailed email telling his bros how “poorly dressed” they are. Unlike bitchy sorority sister Rebecca Martinson, Fratshionistau takes full blame for this problem. That’s why he decided to start writing a “weekly fashion column” for the “choice men” of his fraternity. It comes complete with a link to a porno site, just so you don’t mistake him for a gay man. He’s straight, ladies!
After the jump, you can read the first installment of his column, sent via email, where he advises his fellow dudebros to wear “cuffed paints” (I think he means pants, but he’s the fashinisto, not me) and “statement scarves.” For some reason, I don’t think the boys are going to be into that look. Keep reading »
Laraine Cook, a high school basketball coach in Idaho, was fired in late October for posting this picture on her Facebook page, which features her fiancé, Tom Harrison (who is also a coach at the same school), giving her bikini-clad boob a squeeze while on vacation. Keep reading »
You’re probably wondering what you’re looking at right now. This is what Miss USA, Erin Brady, wore for the Miss Universe national costume competition, which took place on Sunday in Moscow. (The actual pageant happens this Saturday.) Since Brady hit the stage as the “Miss USA transformer,” made by Martin Izquierdo, a costume designer for Victoria’s Secret, the look has been called everything from a “travesty” to something preschoolers made from “some left over washing-up liquid bottles, yogurt pots, cardboard boxes and a lot of glitter.” Oof. That’s a lot of vitriol for a pageant costume. Keep reading »
We’ve heard titters about Shia LaBeouf’s “real sex” scenes in the new Lars Von Trier film “Nymph()manic.” Well, here they are in the very NSFW teaser for the film There are also some choir organs and baby cheetahs thrown in there as well, just to keep you guessing. As far as it all being “real” — it’s not exactly. Producer Louise Vesth explained how the sex scenes were filmed: “We shot the actors pretending to have sex and then had the body doubles who really did have sex, and in post we will digital impose the two. So above the waist it will be the star, and the below the waist it will be the doubles.”
So, it’s safe to assume that it was really Shia’s mouth doing all that work. Still, it’s more of Shia than I ever wanted to see. [Huffington Post] Keep reading »
According to a new biography about Jack Nicholson, he and Meryl Streep had wild sex in Jack’s Winnebago on the set of “Ironweed.”
The two would allegedly emerge from Jack’s trailer “shaking” and cast and crew would complain that “his Winnebago seemed to be balanced on four overworked Slinkys.” One anonymous source remembers complaining that “whatever [was] going on inside that Winnebago [was] starting to get out of hand, to the point where [it was] embarrassing a lot of people on the set.” Keep reading »
How many times have we watched “American Psycho” and never noticed this typo? As Twitter user Southpaw noticed after reading this BuzzFeed post that employed a GIF from the scene where Christian Bale’s character gets a business card from Paul Allen, there is a typo in phrase “mergers and acquisitions” on top of the card. It says “mergers and aquisitions,” with no “C.” The IMDB trivia page for the movie [spoiler alert] says that word is misspelled on all the business cards used in the movie. ”American Psycho”‘s copyediter must have been off that day. Or maybe Patrick Bateman killed him.
Just 35 days into his lifetime sentence, Cleveland kidnapper Ariel Castro reportedly took his own life in his cell. New evidence suggests that his death might not have been a suicide, but rather a case of auto-erotic asphyxiation gone wrong. According to officials, two prison guards falsified logs documenting their observation of Castro in the hours before he died, meaning they the correctional facility can’t accurately confirm how Castro spent his last moments. Keep reading »
Despite Twitter CEO Dick Costolo‘s best efforts to convince us that the company’s all-male, all-white board (and mostly all-male management team) isn’t an issue, this flier appeared in the women’s restroom at the Twitter’s offices in San Francisco today. Engineering Manager Jill Wetzler tweeted, what is most likely an invitation for some kind of Oktoberfest happy hour, with the caption: “Seen on a sign in the @twoffice. In the women’s bathroom no less. Think this is directed at me? #facepalm.” As Alanis Morissette would say, “Isn’t it ironic?” [Business Insider]
Birthdays in the Carey-Cannon house sure are a lot of fun. There’s cake, party hats, and sharing your breasts with all of Twitter! In celebration of Nick Cannon’s 33rd birthday today, wifey Mariah tweeted a picture of her black bra-clad breasts underneath an unbuttoned shirt, her face seductively turned off to one side. Sure beats a new set of golf clubs, huh, Nick?
These two are so cute it’s almost nauseating (almost — hey, at least someone in Hollywood is still in love!). But I really feel bad for their twins Monroe and Morroccan when they get older. You know Nick and Mariah are going to be the ones whose kids are constantly going, “Ew, MOM AND DAD, GROSS!” [TooFab]
I’m dying to know whether it was a student or a parent who discovered Dallas high school Spanish teacher Cristy Nicole Deweese had also posed nude for Playboy and Playboy.com. Because reporting that to the authorities was probably an awkward conversation.
Deweese, 21, posed naked three years ago as a “Coed Of The Month” for Playboy as well as on Playboy.com as a cybergirl.” Today she teaches Spanish at Townview Magnet High School in Dallas, Texas.
I don’t think it should matter whether teachers have worked as strippers or escorts, posed topless or appeared in porn in the past. If my hypothetical kid’s teacher is a gifted and hard-working educator, that is what’s important to me. As long as teachers conduct themselves professionally and keep their past careers out of the classroom, it should be a nonissue. Keep reading »