Posts tagged "rod stewart"

Rod Stewart Explains His Shrunken Penis

Steroid use made Rod Stewart's penis shrink back in the '80s, the singer has confessed. You got that, Rush Limbaugh? It was drugs, not feminism. "The steroids will take down the swelling in any membrane, including your knob," Rod Stewart explained. This has been everything you could have wanted to know about the penis belonging…

By: Jessica Wakeman / May 15, 2013

Rod Stewart Talks About The Daughter He Put Up For Adoption

"[I was] absolutely stone broke. She was put up for adoption when I was 17 or 18, I think ... Since her mom and dad have died, we've tried to come together and be close together, and it's working out pretty well. I never felt like I was her dad, because I didn't take her…

By: Kate Torgovnick/Kate-Book.com / October 22, 2010

(Another) Quote Of The Day: Way Too Much Info About Rod Stewart’s Sex Life

""Yes, we're trying—we actually tried last night! One more and then we're going to close the office."—Penny Lancaster, aka Rod Stewart's third wife, when asked if the couple is trying to have another baby. One more would make eight for Rod. [People]…

By: Kate Torgovnick/Kate-Book.com / November 11, 2009

The Daily Squeeze: Drinking Green, Lindsay Lohan’s New Company, And Educated Sex Workers

How do you stay "green" when you're out on the town? Order a mixed drink; they require less energy than blended ones. No more Daiquiris for you. [LiveScience] Lindsay Lohan is launching a company called Stay Gold. Right now, they're developing a self-tanner and a line of leggings. As if one leggings line from LiLo

By: Catherine Strawn / September 18, 2008

Frisky Quote Of The Day: From Rod Stewart’s Clothing Line

"Isn't It Romantic?" -- Printed on the underwear in Rod Stewart's new clothing line. Yes, you heard that right, however Rod's "clothing line" appears to be little more than various items -- baby bibs, t-shirts, etc. -- printed with song titles or images of Rod. [Rod Stewart Official Store via The Telegraph, U.K.]…

By: Catherine Strawn / March 25, 2008