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15 Celebrities Who Would Make Amazing Mall Santas

Wouldn’t Christmas be a little bit better if you knew that your local shopping mall Santa was actually a famous celebrity? Standing in line with 100 screaming children and waiting for your kid to freeze up on the Big Man’s lap would be that much more tolerable if you knew it was Ryan Gosling underneath that velvety, red suit…or maybe Beyoncé. And since there’s still time for malls to save Christmas, here’s a list of 15 celebs who would totally slay as Saint Nick.

10 Better Body Commandments For The Holiday Season

When The Hairpin published a Guide To Eating Very Particular Feelings, we laughed, but it was a slightly bitter laugh, a nervous “Oh my God this is my life” chuckle. For those of us who eat our feelings or struggle with body image issues (so sadly, many of us), the holidays are especially treacherous times for emotional eating and body insecurity. This time of year can easily become a battle of wills: your self-restraint vs. that bag of Milanos. Your self-love vs. the panic you feel about seeing a higher number on the scale. Your self-esteem vs. the overwhelming pressure to start a restrictive New Years’ diet. There are plenty of articles out there about how to avoid overeating at holiday buffets and how to not let your mom’s passive aggressive comments spark a peppermint fudge binge, but we thought it was time to for a new set of holiday food and body rules: specifically, kinder, gentler, more realistic rules. Let’s stop over-complicating things and beating ourselves up for enjoying a slice of pie, OK? Here are 10 easy-to-follow commandments to help you make peace with your body during a season that’s all about eating Keep reading »

I’m Sorry, But “Die Hard” Is Not A Christmas Movie

This weekend I experienced an important rite-of-passage: I watched “Die Hard” for the first time. It was a movie I never thought much about before — I’m more into documentaries and indie films — but everyone, and I mean everyone, said I had to see it. Why? Because I was told by friends and also the entire Internet that it’s the best Christmas movie of all time! Better than “A Christmas Story”! Better than “A Charlie Brown Christmas”! Better than “Love Actually” ! It simply isn’t Christmas without watching “Die Hard”!

Well, I watched “Die Hard.” And I hate to break it to you, but that is not a Christmas movie. Not even close.  Keep reading »

What I Really Want: Amelia’s Christmas List

What I Really Want: Amelia's Christmas List

Still on the hunt for a last-minute gift for that hard-to-buy-for lady in your life? Not sure what to ask for yourself? Don’t worry, The Frisky staff is here to help! We’ll be compiling our Christmas lists (along with some pertinent stats) to help you get inspired. Or just take a voyeuristic peek into our deepest consumerist desires. Either way.

Name: Amelia

Age: 34

Zodiac Sign: The best one. (Scorpio, obvs.)

Favorite Book: Franny and Zooey by J.D. Salinger

Signature Drink: Wine, but much less lately; Diet Coke; grapefruit juice.

Primary Interests: Nesting; cooking elaborate meals for one; having deep conversations with my dog Lucca; 12 step readings and meetings; Candy Crush; bubble baths; beach vacations; binge watching TV shows; asking myself “WWBD” (What Would Beyonce Do?).

What I Really Want: 

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“25 Days Of Sexmas” Day 16: Fashionistas Black Glass Small Bunny Tail

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Why We Love It: Playful, sexy butt plugs are hard to come by— but not literally. This particular plug, made of glass with stylish detailing, slides in easily to activate muscles and nerves for serious anal stimulation. Just slide your plug in place and consider your fluffy, bushy tail your mating call. [$59.95,  Adam & Eve] Keep reading »

Magical Piano Is The Antidote To Holiday Travel Stress

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Watch How Travelers React!

Traveling during the holidays adds a special kind of stress to an already difficult time of year. Rob Bliss Creative partnered with Amtrak to bring some holiday cheer to the travelers at Chicago’s Union Station. The result: a magical piano that responds in real-time to its environment. It’s pretty much impossible for a spontaneously, self-playing piano not to bring you massive amounts of joy. Unless you’re an angry Scrooge on a really important business call. Otherwise it brought travelers of all ages (and vicariously, us) pure and unadulterated delight. [Jezebel]

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