I have peered into the hive mind and it is scary. The hashtag #menshouldnever became a Twitter trend topic this weekend and all the dopey things people tweeted became an illumination into just how badly men need gender equality, the main idea behind feminism, too.
Some of them are funny…most of them are just plain wrong: Keep reading »
Even though Hugh Hefner is not the least bit surprised that Tiger Woods allegedly cheated on his wife many, many, many times, he doesn’t actually approve. He, after all, was a model husband. Or something. [Twitter] Keep reading »
If you use Twitter, you know that in the lower right-hand corner of your page, there is always a list of the top 10 “trending topics” that tells you what everyone is tweeting about. Sometimes everyone’s got “paranormal activity” or Taylor Swift on the brain, but oftentimes, people sound off on random topic ideas. Fun, right?
Well, things “a real wife …” should do has become a trending topic on Twitter and just wait until you read the hardy-har-har list of things people have come up with! I know some people are being silly and joking, but it’s got to be some statement on gender roles if literally hundreds of people are suggesting “a real wife” should keep her man happy with food and sex. Or maybe these clowns are just confusing a real wife with “A Real Housewife”? After the jump, the most barf-tastic, as well as funniest, favorites. Keep reading »
Has someone hacked Britney’s Twitter or is she really discovering a fondness for Lucifer? [Twitter] Keep reading »
Chris Brown‘s camp, i.e. minuscule people we’ve never heard of, like dancers and friends, have responded to Rihanna‘s interview on “Good Morning America” yesterday and today, and not surprisingly, they claim she’s to blame for the assault. They say she lied during the interview and was a different person and that this is a ploy for her to sell more albums. Check out the ridiculous claims after the jump. Keep reading »
Remember last week when we shared a deep thought from Levi Johnston‘s Twitter page, and Wednesday night when William Shatner did a dramatic reading of Levi’s tweets? Well, those words were not actually written by our favorite Alaskan hunk. That’s right, Levi has a Twitter imposter, just like Tina Fey and “Hour of Power” televangelist Robert H. Schuller. Levi’s lawyer is on the case—he’s demanding that Twitter take the page down and that Conan O’Brien, who introduced that William Shatner segment with the sentence “All real … we did not make these up,” retract the segment. Sorry, I understand if you need a good cry now. [Huffington Post] Keep reading »
How cute! Twitter jewelry! Do we think Demi Moore has bought herself this @mrskutcher necklace to show off her Twitter pride? Whether Demi wears her Tweeting handle around her neck or not, I’ll be ordering one for myself so all the folks I charm at parties know they should follow @jessicawakeman on Twitter for more. Besides, it’s totally like Miss Bradshaw’s “Carrie” necklace from “Sex & The City,” only with a 2009 twist. Prices vary. [Survival Of The Hippest] Keep reading »
My weird obsession with Levi Johnston
has only been made that much more die-hard ever since I discovered his Twitter
. Unfortunately, Levi recently made his feed private (unlike his soon-to-be-seen wang), but not before my beloved
William Shatner got a hold of the best ones for a reading on “Late Night With Conan O’Brien.” Keep reading »
I’ve become slightly, nerdishly obsessed with the Twitter feed for Fake AP Stylebook. See, for us writer types, Associated Press style has been the grammar and spelling rulebook chasing at our heels ever since journalism school. The web has made certain AP style points archaic, but for the most part it’s still the copy editor’s Bible. However, the Fake AP Stylebook Twitter offers hilarious suggestions for the modern writer/blogger. Seven of my faves, after the jump… Keep reading »
Get your spirit fingers ready! Today’s episode of “It’s On With Alexa Chung” is gonna be super-duper gay. [Twitter] Keep reading »