Hi, did you have plans for this evening? I did, but then I canceled them because A) it’s pouring rain, B) it’s freezing out, and C) Fox is airing new episodes of “Glee,” “New Girl,” and “Raising Hope” tonight. So I’m making excuses and going home to sit around in my undies, paint my nails, and watching the boob tube like the rockstar that I am. Keep reading »
Southern Baptist pastor Ed Young and his wife of 29 years, Lisa, decided to camp out on the roof of his Texas church to “bring the bed back in church.” Yes, they want to spread the word about marriage and intimacy with their “24-hour bed-in,” which will include live webcam interviews and questions answered via Facebook and Twitter. Oh, and they also want promote their new book, Sexperiment: 7 Days to Lasting Intimacy With Your Spouse. Ed says that the “sexperiment” is not a publicity stunt, and was inspired by John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Jesus and his father, God, the inventor of sex. They want to spread the message that couples (married ones only) should have sex for seven days straight, God’s way, the right way, but only after reading the book. I think the question on everyone’s mind is are they actually going to do it up there? I mean, if you’re gonna talk the talk … [LA Times]
So, it’s Day 5 of my life without he who I am not supposed to name but for SEO purposes will name just twice, once in the headline and once here RYAN GOSLING. Last night, I took my first bath without him. By that I mean, I took my first bath, basking in candlelight, drinking wine, without catching up on gossip about him on my iPad. It was hard, but I did it. Continue with me on this journey via the video above. (Please note: this video is SFW.)
It should come as no surprise that I am stupidly excited for “The Vow,” the latest Nicholas Sparks-esque [Thanks to the commenter who caught my error! -- Editor] romance starring Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum. Based on the trailer, “The Vow” looks like almost everything I loved about “The Notebook” (Rachel McAdams! Memory loss!), minus he who I am not allowed to name, plus everything I loved about “Dear John” (Channing Tatum! Overwhelming odds!), multiplied by “Eternal Sunshine” and “50 First Dates.” In short, I will be there on Feb. 10, box of Kleenex in hand.
In honor of “The Vow,” let’s take a look down memory lane, specifically at the many romantic entanglements star Rachel McAdams has found herself in on the big screen… Keep reading »