Meet Jessica Schnaider, a woman profiled in The New York Times’ Style section this weekend. Jessica, 41, wanted to lose weight for her wedding, but instead of doing the typical thing that most brides-to-be do — hire a trainer, go on a diet — to make their perfect wedding dress a reality, she went for a more, oh, extreme solution.
Jessica decided to put herself on a feeding tube.
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For the last couple of weeks, our office has been buzzing about March Madness — as our coworkers debate who’s going to win in this year’s NCAA tournament. Most of us Frisky girls don’t really give a crap about that (though yes, sports are fun and yada yada yada.) But bracket games are fun! And we wanted to get in on the action, so we created one of our own, celebrating the truly crazy people and things that happened this past year. Every day this week, we’ll choose two brackets to go head-to-head. You’ll vote for who you think is the most out there and outrageous and the winner will move forward in the game. After all, you’ve always wondered who’d win a crazy contest — Courtney Love or Paz de la Huerta, right? Check back here for updates and don’t forget to vote! Keep reading »
What’s better than emails from crazy people
from crazy people!! And, boy, is this a doozy. The story is: a woman was out with some friends at a bar in Toronto when she was approached by an aggressive guy who wouldn’t leave her alone. Finally, to get rid of him, she gave in and gave him her number. We’ve all been there, right? Only, she made the big mistake of giving her business card with her real
number. He, in turn, left these crazy-ass voicemails, which I hope will prove a valuable lesson to all of you singles out there: NEVER give your real number to someone you don’t want to hear from! Full text is here
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