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9 Reasons Why The Holidays Are The Perfect Time To Jump Into A Relationship

By: Blake Knoblock / December 23, 2011

The winter holidays are a fun and joyous occurrence that we are only lucky enough to experience once a year. Are you spending them alone? Here are nine reasons why you shouldn’t be. More »


The 11 Most Shocking Scandals Of 2011

By: Julie Gerstein / December 23, 2011

It was good, it was bad — but it certainly wasn’t boring. From sex scandals to oddball marriages, sham weddings to sexting implosions, 2011 had something for everyone. Read on to see our most shocking celebrity breakdowns, political scandals and most surprising moments of the year. And tell us what you think the biggest scandal… More »


11 Life Lessons From The Year In Reality Television

By: Ami Angelowicz / December 20, 2011

One of the most important reasons to watch copious amounts of reality TV is to learn vicariously from your favorite characters. I watch so I can determine how not to live my life. Or, very rarely, how to. Click on through to see some valuable lessons learned from reality TV in 2011. More »


7 New Ways To Ring In The New Year

By: Sarah Von Bargen / December 20, 2011

New Year’s Eve is completely overwrought with expectation, isn’t it?  Will your party be hip-hop-video-caliber awesome? Who are you going to kiss? And most importantly, are you wearing enough sequins?

It’s enough to make a girl throw up her hands and stay in watching re-runs of “Breaking Bad.”

Never fear, friend. More »


The Top 10 Farts Of 2011

By: Ami Angelowicz / December 20, 2011

There are so many ways to measure a year. As the musical “Rent” asks, how do you measure in 525,600 minutes? In daylights? In sunsets? In midnights? In cups of coffee? I prefer to measure it in farts. As it turns out, 2011 was a good year for gas. Click through to recall some of… More »


27 Things Guys Said That Totally Turned Us Off

By: The Frisky / December 19, 2011

Guess who I’m not hopping into to bed with? The guy who just moments ago confessed that his dream in life is to “live in a yurt.” No offense to his dream, but my dream is never to go camping, never to interface with wild animals, and never go without running water or poop i… More »


8 Signs You’ve Been Home-Wrecked This Holiday Season

By: Doree Lewak / December 16, 2011

It’s holiday time and you know what that means: home-wreckers are sharpening their claws and any other WMD (weapon of marriage destruction) that they can. Hey, it’s the loneliest time of year – but that doesn’t mean she can’t use your guy to keep her warm through January!
Seriously, it’s no coincidence that thi… More »


Holiday Gift Guide: The Sex Toy Enthusiast (NSFW)

By: Jessica Wakeman / December 16, 2011

Every holiday season, every publication imaginable puts together gift guides filled with shopping ideas for the festively confused. It has always surprised me that more gift guides for husbands and wives and boyfriends and girlfriends, don’t suggest sexy goodies. Lots of sex toys are inexpensive (under $40, with lots of them under $30) and unlike… More »


7 Things We’ve Learned About Life Since High School

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / December 16, 2011

In “Young Adult,” Diablo Cody’s new film opening Dec. 16, Charlize Theron plays Mavis, a divorced novelist who returns to her home in small-town Minnesota determined to rekindle a romance with her high school boyfriend. Mavis may have gotten older, but she hasn’t exactly grown up or figured out how to let go of the… More »


Marion Cotillard Has A Dior-Inspired Freak Out

By: Julie Gerstein / December 14, 2011

It’s hard being an in-demand celebrity. Ask Marion Cotillard, who plays actress Margaux in this short clip for Dior directed by John Cameron Mitchell. Margaux’s managers are driving her crazy and the photographer on her fashion shoot is pushing her to the brink, so she does what any woman on the verge of nervous breakdow… More »


7 Things We’ve Learned About Friendship Since High School

By: The Frisky / December 13, 2011

In “Young Adult,” Diablo Cody’s new film opening Dec. 16, Charlize Theron plays Mavis, a divorced novelist who returns to her home in small-town Minnesota determined to rekindle a romance with her high school boyfriend. Mavis may have gotten older, but she hasn’t exactly grown up or figured out how to let go of the… More »


Winter Beauty: 10 Festive Holiday Lipsticks

By: Rachel Krause / December 9, 2011

I love lipstick and own many, but wearing them on a regular day makes me feel … overdone. Of course, the unfortunate byproduct of this is that I rarely give myself the opportunity to wear the colours that I just had to have. Luckily, the winter holiday season is the perfect justification for me. Partie… More »


10 Things To Know About Ezra Miller, Star Of “We Need To Talk About Kevin”

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / December 6, 2011

Last night, I was lucky enough to get my hands on a screener of “We Need To Talk About Kevin,” the film that was the talk of Cannes, based on the book by Lionel Shriver. The book/movie is told from the perspective of a mother — played by Tilda Swinton — as she struggles to… More »


7 Things We’ve Learned About Love Since High School

By: The Frisky / December 6, 2011

In “Young Adult,” Diablo Cody’s new film opening Dec. 16, Charlize Theron plays Mavis, a divorced novelist who returns to her home in small-town Minnesota determined to rekindle a romance with her high school boyfriend. Mavis may have gotten older, but she hasn’t exactly grown up or figured out  how to let go of the… More »


8 Guys You Should/Shouldn’t Hook Up With At The Company Christmas Party

By: Ami Angelowicz / December 6, 2011

Holiday parties are like the highlight of the work year. You get to wear a cocktail dress, drink on your company’s dime, and take advantage of your annual get-out-of-embarrassment free card. On a good night, that includes busting out some dance moves, eating your fill of mini quiche, and getting just sloshed enough to make… More »


Holiday Gift Guide: 10 Usable, Consumable Non-Things To Give This Year

By: Sarah Von Bargen / December 5, 2011

You know what I kind of hate? Stuff. Sitting there, requiring dusting, storage, packing when I move. Getting rid of unwanted, unbeautiful things is practically a hobby of mine. Do you still want that gold unicorn figurine? Because I really want to donate it to Goodwill so I don’t have to look at it anymore. More »


10 Things I Learned About Men Through Online Dating

By: Tiffanie Drayton / December 1, 2011

Real world dating is tough. As a 21-year-old student in a busy city, it’s been hard for me to find Mr. Right. Curious about what single straight men are really looking for, I created an OKCupid profile and then tweaked different options to see how the way I presented myself affected the responses I got… More »


8 Tips To Avoid Contacting Your Ex This Holiday Season

By: Ami Angelowicz / November 29, 2011

The holiday season can be a tricky time to be single, even if you’ve been that way for a while, even if you’re totally comfortable with it the other 11 months of the year. Some weird single holiday haze descends and makes the most well-adjusted among us feel like a lousy lumps of unwanted coal. More »


Her 10 Best: Elizabeth Olsen, Star Of “Martha Marcy May Marlene”

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / November 27, 2011

Sunday afternoon PSA! If you haven’t yet seen the movie “Martha Marcy May Marlene,” YOU MUST. It is one of the best films I’ve seen all year. It stars the absolutely divine Elizabeth Olsen as Martha, a young woman who escapes a cult and goes to live with her sister and her brother-in-law. The movie… More »


10 Ways To Spend Black Friday Instead Of Shopping

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / November 25, 2011

Happy Black Friday everyone! Hope your Thanksgiving was fabulous and fattening and as devoid of family drama as possible. It is a straight up miracle that I was not up and out of bed this morning at 4 a.m., ready to raid the stores like the shopaholic that I am. But you know what? Over… More »


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