Why We Love It: Equal parts sexy and sinful, this whip let’s you unleash your inner bad girl (or boy) in the bedroom. Suede tassels give the sting a sensual feel, and dare we say it? It’s rather pretty. [$42.99, Romantic Depot] Keep reading »
Gold, frankincense, myrrh … and kitties? A snuggly bunch of feral cats have taken over a nativity scene in Brooklyn, laying in the manger between Mary and Joseph like they belong there instead of baby Jesus. The two sisters who display the nativity every year told People magazine that the kitties always knock Jesus off his bed of hay. What would you expect? They’re cats. That’s their hay now. But in all seriously, this gives me a big case of the Awwwwwws. Nothing says the Christmas spirit quite like giving a warm, dry place to sleep for some homeless animals. I think Jesus would approve. [People]
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.
Age: Gulp. Less than 10 days away from being 35
Zodiac Sign: Capricorn/Sagittarius cusp
Favorite Book: Birds of America by Lorrie Moore
Signature Drink: Water
Primary Interests: Reading my Kindle while drinking wine, yoga, food TV, drag queens, oracle cards, Stevie Nicks, people-watching on the subway, Siamese twins, horse GIFs.
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Why We Love It: It’s the holy grail of cock rings. This couples’ toy has two vibrators— a bullet vibe that’s positioned against the balls, and a touch-sensitive top vibe that vibrates on contact with her clit. It’s stretchy and covered with nubs for extra oomph, guaranteeing you’ll hit some high notes. Simultaneous orgasms are on their way! [$45.00, Babeland] Keep reading »
Dominique Ansel, best known for creating the cronut, has released the decadent (and very expensive) breakfast of your sugar coma dreams.Christmas Morning Cereal, which retails at $15 a box, consists of chocolate puffs covered in Valrhona Caramelia chocolate and littered with smoked cinnamon flavor mini meringues. Ansel recommends eating the cereal in a bowl with milk, or with ice cream, for a real Christmas indulgence. That is, if you can get your hands on a box. I’m sure it will be out and out warfare and a bunch of seedy Craigslist ads just to get a bite of the stuff. [Daily Mail UK]
I’m going to make some sweeping generalizations about Australians. They have very cute, but oft-difficult-to-discern accents. They all come from places with silly names like Dingawoomba. Some of them drink a lot. They are sick of fielding questions about kangaroos. And most importantly, they love their snacks. Brits have their Marmite. The Quebecois have their poutine. Australians have a proud tradition of tastsy snackery that I had no idea about until I married one. And it’s not just snacks! Our friends Down Under have some pretty great skincare, beauty products, clothes, and pop culture. Oh yes, Australians are more than just cute koalas and Crocodile Dundee jokes. Keep reading »