Tyrion Lannister stands accused of a crime he didn’t commit, but his dad and sister have stacked the jury with people determined to find him guilty of King Joffrey’s murder. There’s only one man who could get to the bottom of this, find the real killer and get Tyrion the justice he deserves — Detective Elliot Stabler. DUNK DUNK!
Strip clubs, pole dancing, penis hats, comedy shows, bar crawls, wine nights, weekend getaways! Bachelorette parties are both a money and time suck that sometimes has us feeling like basic bitches and other times make us feel like we never want to hang out with guys again. In honor of that special time of year when no one has any spending money because it is all going to our friends’ nuptials, let’s take look at this gnarly and confusing phenomenon by the numbers: Keep reading »
What’s the point of having a baby if not to draw scraggly, cartoon villain eyebrows on her face? (Yeah, I know there are other reasons to have a baby. Indulge me on this one.) Thanks to all the parents willing to put black eyeliner little Connor or Emma’s big bald noggin and share it with the rest of us through the Instagram hashtag #BabyEyebrows. But I think that unibrowed baby from “The Simpsons” deserves a little more credit here. [Instagram.com/lawrentabor via Laughing Squid]
I don’t know about you, but my monthly period never comes out looking like the watery blue liquid seen in every tampon and maxi pad commercial. What if those ads actually used red dye instead of blue to more accurately reflect the color of, you know, PERIOD BLOOD? The funny folks at Upright Citizens Brigade went there. I appreciate the slightly thicker consistently too. Very true-to-life. [via Gawker]
Sick of hearing “Drunk in Love” every time you turn on the radio? Not convinced Beyonce’s secret album drop was essentially the second coming? Prefer, gulp, Rihanna? KEEP. IT. TO. YOURSELF. As one man learned the hard way, anything but 100 percent allegiance to the Queen B will get you picked up and dealt with … by the Beygency. Watch this hilariously accurate reflection of our Beyonce-obsessed culture in the “Saturday Night Live” sketch above!
A study by researchers in Bangor University and Aberdeen University surveyed 44 students and reported that subjects found women with makeup less attractive than the same women without makeup. They actually proved this with numbers. Numbers! Look, Mom, I scienced! The study was published by the Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology and picked up yesterday by TIME.
The Frisky was not present when this study was conceived, but we like to imagine it looked something like this: Keep reading »