Sex can be hard to define, even confusing at times. This flowchart should help you determine whether or not the act you’ve engaged in is indeed considered sex or if you’re just eating a really good sandwich. (Click here to see larger image.) [Autostraddle]
Oh, Leonardo DiCaprio, this emotion chart wonderful. You’re a gorgeous child progidy who has risen to be one of the most reknowned actors of our generation — but you take yourself a little too seriously. At least you’ve unfurrowed your brow and taken a step back with the light-hearted film, “J. Edgar,” hitting theaters on November 9. Nothing like an epic biopic spanning 40 years, political and personal scandals, and ambiguous sexual preferences to mellow things out. (See full chart here.) [Star 94.1] Keep reading »
What is coming to get you? I’m personally far more afraid of being abducted by aliens than I am of the Blair Witch, because duh, I hate camping and never intend to go. Maybe I would fit in better with the people of Montana. How about you? What is your most feared horror movie scenario? (Click here to see full size image!) [Very Small Array]
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Hey fellas! Have absolutely no idea what you’re gonna be for Halloween? Allow me to suggest consulting this infographic, which has graphed a plethora of traditional and unique Halloween costumes for dudes based on their sex appeal to the ladies. I’m not saying you must appeal to our collective lady boners by throwing on a lumberjack or Ryan Gosling in “Drive” costume; in fact, if you want to do the opposite, this chart suggests you dress up as Martin from “Human Centipede 2.” See, wasn’t that helpful?
Hey ladies. Does your man stare at you with hunger rather than lust? Does his skin shimmer in the light like he just got home from an all-night rave in San Francisco circa 1995? Does he do the opposite of keep you warm at night? Girl, you may have Vampire Boyfriend Problems. Use this handy flowchart to find out for sure.
This post was sponsored by “Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 1.” However, the logic that went into determining whether your boyfriend is a vampire, a living breathing human, or just plain weird, is The Frisky’s own.
I’m about three months late on getting my hair cut. My bangs are cowlick-ing funny, the ends are kind of fried, and the shape could best be described as “poofy.” Even though I always love what my hairstylist Jay — hey, girl! — does to it, I kind of dread getting even just a trim. Why? Because while I’m stoked on what I see when I’m sitting in the chair, blown out to a glossy high shine, there’s that terrible period afterwards at home, when I struggle to recreate the perfection on my own. This doodle is sadly true, for me at least, but luckily it’s temporary. I always come around to loving a haircut, whether it’s subtle or drastic. How about you? Do you usually hate your hair post-cut?