On this week’s episode, in addition to a shameless ploy to get free shoes from Rachel Comey and Madewell, we discuss an alleged plot to blackball Ann Romney in the fashion industry and how annoying it is when your local Starbucks can’t get your drink right, no matter how many times you order it. Then we give Julie a whole bunch of advice for moving in with her boyfriend. Hint: ask for forgiveness instead of permission when it comes to decorating…
On this week’s episode of “What We Missed,” I ask the ladies for some advice on the proper etiquette for passing on a second date. Then Julie has some news for Katherine Fenton, the woman who asked the question about the wage gap at Tuesday night’s presidential debate. Plus, we also talk about couples who fight in public and a woman who breastfeeds her dog. Yes, her dog. Check out the episode above and weigh in with your thoughts in the comments!
On this week’s episode of “What We Missed,” I totally bite it! So clutzy. Also, Ami and Jessica were both super pumped about a new documentary they saw called “Girl Model,” which takes a disturbing look at how model scouts go to small Eastern European villages and scout girls as young as 12 and 13, sending them to places like Japan to work. Keep reading »
On this week’s episode of “What We Missed,” The Frisky staff obsesses over the new TLC show “Extreme Cheapskate,” gets all science-y and shit over the story of a woman who grew a new ear on her forearm, feels sorry for Kim Kardashian (because Kanye West is kind of a bad boyfriend), and laughs at an awesome parody of the “Women Who Rock” trope. Check it out above and weigh in on these stories in the comments!
This week on “What We Missed,” we discuss bagel heads, Cindy Gallop’s “Make Love Not Porn,” Britney Spears’ inexplicable facial expressions on “The X Factor,” and Illinois pharmacists winning the right to refuse to dispense the morning-after pill. Also, we examine a mysterious brown spot on the office floor.
In this episode of our new weekly web series, “What We Missed,” Ami, Jessica, Rachel and I discuss whether or not a new study, which claims that our “disgust sensitivity” is diminished during arousal, is bullshit. We also gab about Patti Stanger’s suggestion that Amy Poehler’s success led to her split from Will Arnett; Ralph Lauren’s new plus-size spokesmodel Robyn Lawley; and a new trend in which South Korean men wear makeup to get ahead in their careers. Watch “What We Missed” above and weigh in with your thoughts in this comments!
Welcome to the first episode of “What We Missed,” our new video series in which we discuss the stories we didn’t get a chance to write about each week. In this week’s episode, we discuss the Utah mother who potty-trained her kid on a portable toilet at the table at a restaurant; rich person sex parties; New York City’s soda ban; and how disappointed we are by TLC’s “Abby & Brittany.” Let us know how you feel about these stories in the comments!