This week, we’re spending a little time learning all about you and the awesome and unexpectedly cool jobs you do. Each one of these profiles was culled from you, dear Frisky Readers, and we’re amazed by the incredible jobs you have. This is our attempt to learn more about what you do for a living.
After the jump, read all about Frisky reader Sarene’s job working at one of the biggest magazines in the world. Keep reading »
How gay is Kurt on “Glee”? He’s so gay that in this dive bar fantasy shot from Rolling Stone he’s surrounded by a bunch of luscious leather daddies. That’s how gay. [Rolling Stone Keep reading »
“Mad Men”‘s Jon Hamm is on the cover of Rolling Stone with three more hot women than his character deserves: January Jones in regal gold, Elisabeth Moss in body-hugging dusty rose, and Christina Hendricks in a little red, five-alarm-fire of a dress. I love how this cover is demure by Rolling Stone standards but it sells S-E-X better than a dozen Jessica Simpsons.
Also, can we talk about the rack on Elisabeth? Girl, where’ve you been hiding those things?! [Rolling Stone] Keep reading »
Katy Perry rocks the most inappropriate beachwear ever inside the pages of Rolling Stone. [Rolling Stone] Keep reading »
“I had better success meeting girls before ‘Titanic.’ My interactions with them didn’t have all the stigma behind it, not to mention there wasn’t a perception of her talking to me for only one reason.”
– Rolling Stone cover boy Leonardo DiCaprio reveals dating chicks was oh-so-much harder after “Titanic” catapulted him into mega-fame.
Check out another shot of Mr. Easy on the Eyes — shirtless! bottom-up! in bed! — after the jump … Keep reading »
“People think I’m vain because I look in mirrors so much, but I’m not looking in mirrors, thinking, ‘Look at you, you hunk.’ I’m just checking to see if I’m still there”
— Russell Brand in a very revealing — in so many ways — interview with Rolling Stone. He also told the magazine this interesting bit of philosophy:
…If you ejaculate onto yourself, there’s that beautiful, transcendent, orgasmic moment of relief, then you walk to the bathroom, clean up and you catch yourself in the mirror and it’s like, ‘I don’t know what you’re looking at! Kings have done that!’”
Okay then! If I’m being honest, I love this dude and seriously cannot wait for “Get Me to the Greek” to hit theaters. Looks hilarious. [Rolling Stone via Page Six] Keep reading »
On the cover of Rolling Stone, Olympic gold medalist snowboarder Shaun White is …
A) adding fuel to the fire
B) attempting to put out a fire by urinating on it
C) showing the ladies how far he can shoot his “lighter fluid” Keep reading »
“All I want to do now is f**k the girls I’ve already f**ked, because I can’t fathom explaining myself to somebody who can’t believe I’d be interested in them. I’m too freaked out to meet anybody else. I met a girl one time in Vegas. Her name was Dimples, and the ‘s’ in Dimples was a dollar sign. I have this weird feeling, a pride thing, for the people I’ve had relationships with. I still feel like I’m with them, in the sense that if I f**ked Dimples, what does that say about someone like Jen? I feel like it’s all connected. How could I ever cosmically relate these two people? What would I be saying to Jen, who I think is f**king fantastic, if I said to her, ‘I don’t dislike you. In fact, I like you extremely well. But I have to back out of this because it doesn’t arc over the horizon. This is not where I see myself for the rest of my life, this is not my ideal destiny,’ and then I see myself f**king Dimples? What does that say for my case?”
— John Mayer explaining to Rolling Stone magazine that the only thing that keeps him from effing every woman he meets is worrying about how Jen (Aniston) would feel about it. [via US Weekly] Keep reading »
There’s a scene in “New Moon” — in which Taylor Lautner swiftly rips off his shirt to reveal his six-pack and bulging biceps — that probably gave the theater full of tween girls their first “funny feeling” downstairs. This Rolling Stone cover may just take that ecstasy over the top. Prediction: this will be the best selling issue of the magazine this year, by far. Keep reading »