Farting is farting. Everybody farts. Go read that book Everybody Poops. It’s the same thing.
Ever wish you could just talk over your boy problems with Jon Hamm? Rookie Mag enlisted Jon as their Ask A Grown Man panelist, no doubt due to his scruffy hotness/enviable 14-year-long relationship with girlfriend Jennifer Westfeldt. He tackled relationship questions like whether boys have intense crushes (they do, because boys are human), whether a teen girl should have sex with her boyfriend (“slow your roll!”), and the all-important relationship fart conundrum. Jon is firmly on the side of let that fart rip. God, could he be any more perfect? [YouTube]
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On an episode of the upcoming TV show “Comedy Bang! Bang!”, Jon Hamm — “Mad Men”‘s Don Draper and America’s Dream Man — tries his hand at freestyle rapping alongside the show’s Reggie Watts. His choice of topic? The movie “Taxi.” At first, Julie was concerned that Hamm was being “Franco-ized” — i.e. insisting on trying to be amazing at everything – but Hamm’s skills are pretty terrible, so it’s adorable instead. His New York accent is impressive though! [via Crushable]
I love to cook, don’t get me wrong, but to me, there are few things hotter than a man doing his thing — cooking, chopping, eating, smoldering — in the kitchen. Here are eight sexy celeb men doing just that…
Forget for a second that every guest on “Charlie Rose,” a PBS news program for wonks, looks like they’re struggling to stay awake. The cast of “Mad Men” appeared last night with guest host Gayle King and she pressed the show’s creator, Matt Weiner, with a good question: where are the black folks? “As you move through time, I’m wondering will we see some black people?” Gayle asked. Matt Weiner’s response is worth a listen in its entirety. Keep reading »
“I don’t think [Jon Hamm was] wrong. It’s OK to look at something and say what it is. It’s OK to look at a McDonald’s hamburger and say, ‘Yeah, I like the taste of them, but they’re not good for me.’ We live in a time where everyone’s very aware that there’s people who are celebrities because of their fathers or celebrities because of this machine that’s selling something very simple and very ordinary, and people are buying it. It’s not an awful thing, but I think it’s OK to say it’s not a splendid thing, either.”
– More from Vincent Kartheiser, who plays Pete Campbell on “Mad Men,” after the jump: Keep reading »