Tag Archives: myspace

The Bachelor’s Melissa Rycroft Is Sad To Be Dumped

Regardless of which one of these MySpace pages belongs to Melissa Rycroft, who got her ass dumped on “The Bachelor” finale last night — take your pick — she appears to be super sad! Or, you know, totally humiliated. “Love is a promise, love is a souvenir, once given never forgotten, never let it disappear,” reads one, but we like the update on the other one better: “Mel is completely humiliated.” Molly Malaney, who got dumped and then reupped, doesn’t appear to have a social networking presence, probably because she knows everybody hates her guts now. Melissa, on the other hand, has multiple Facebook groups dedicated to her: “Jason Mesnick is a SCUM BAG for dumping Melissa Rycroft!” and “Thank You Jason, We Will Gladly Marry Melissa Rycroft.” I think we may have found the next Bachelorette. Keep reading »

Quickies!: Jessica Simpson Isn’t A Cover Girl

  • Jessica Simpson will not be gracing the cover of Self magazine as previously planned. Jess has been making a lot of headlines for her recent weight gain, but Self claims that’s not why the pop star won’t be on the cover anymore. They claim she’s too busy. [Popeater] — Doing what, making straight to video movies?
  • Ever wanted to know how Barbie was made? Here’s a step-by-step guide as to how the famous doll is assembled from a designer’s point of view. [Designboom]
  • The woman who gave birth to octuplets has granted her first interview to NBC’s Ann Curry. [LA Times]
  • Keep reading »

    Lori Drew On Trial For Breaking MySpace’s Rules

    A big trial is going on right now in Los Angeles. Lori Drew, 49, the woman who is accused of using harassing a 13-year-old girl on MySpace, leading to her suicide, was charged with one count of conspiracy and three counts of accessing computers without authorization, to which she pleaded not guilty. The trial is our country’s first that deals with cyber bullying, so what happens to Drew is kind of a big deal. To bring you up to speed on things, here’s what led Drew to court… Keep reading »

    The Daily Squeeze: Sex Offenders, The Tuatara, And Wednesdays

  • The MySpace profiles of 370 Missouri sex offenders have been removed in recent months. The internet is getting safer by the minute. [KansasCity.com]
  • The tuatara, a spiny reptile that’s about 30 inches long, could become extinct. Because of rising temperatures, the endangered tuatara may produce all male offspring by 2085, as nest temperature determines the sex of offspring. [LiveScience]
  • Psychologists say that Wednesday is the most depressing day of the week. [MarieClaire.co.uk]
  • Keep reading »

    I’m Too Sexy For Insurance

    What’s sexier than a security blanket? Pretty much everything. But that hasn’t stopped the insurance industry from trying to loosen its image. Sexy Insurance, a new networking site catering to insurance industry professionals, is giving MySpace a run for its edgy market share. Instead of Tom, they’ve got Sean, a self-proclaimed “refugee” of the biz, who runs the site out of his basement. His icon is an image of billionaire Warren Buffet with a speech bubble that says “I’m so sexy it hurts!” There are profiles, a following obsessed with The Office, a lounge for playing Donkey Kong, and a hilarious lo-fi video featuring 50 Cent “Fitty & Warren”. Although the new page is cool, the constant stream of new-age world music supposed to sex up the site really just makes us never want to date an agent — even if they’ll give us a discount on medical care. [Ad Freak] Keep reading »

    Poll: How Soon Do You “Friend” Guys You’re Dating?

    A friend of mine has been dating a guy for three weeks. They hang out a few times each week and are sleeping together, yet they’re not “friends” on Facebook. My friend thinks this is weird. It’s not as though he doesn’t use Facebook. In fact, when she was last at his apartment, he was on the website and showed her photos from his friend’s wedding. Conversely, I am “friends” with guys I went out with or kissed once, and now I’m not sure what to do about them. Do I de-friend them? Do I restrict their access to my profile? The online world makes things so confusing. Keep reading »

    • Zergnet: Simply Irresistible

    • HowAboutWe

    • Popular