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David Cross Hosts Special Episode Of “Cat Soup”

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In three minutes, David Cross — taking over for Joel McHale on “Talk Soup” — manages to completely decimate the entirety of cat videos on the web, covering both adorable kittens, and cute fat cats. He also gets the sad desperation one feels when one wants to completely eat all the cats in the world. [YouTube]

30 Sexual Fetishes Explained

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Happy International Fetish Day! Are you planning on kinking it up in celebration? I certainly hope so. Just in case you needed some ideas, let us review these 30 essential paraphilias. Just think about how much more fun sex ed would have been if we had lessons like this. My “sexual education” consisted of the gym teacher showing us a video from the ’70s where a girl gets her period, which kick-starts her life as a sexually capable woman. How enlightening it was to discover that having your period meant you would be in a bad mood for five to seven days. Actually, I was wishing I had elected to take the alternative course, “Desert Survival.” I would have been better off learning how to save myself should I get attacked by a scorpion or a rattlesnake. Always carry some meat tenderizer in your pocket! Anyhow, now that you’ve learned about your sexual fetishes for the day from this entertaining MILF, there will be a pop quiz to come. Meaning, try one (or more) of them with your bedfellow tonight. [Buzzfeed]

Say “Nay!” To “My Little Pony” Talking Princess Celestia Doll

I Want To Be A Princess
Disneyland photo
This woman auditioned to be a princess at Disneyland. Read More »
Yet Another Princess
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Rebecca Hains, best be known these days as the woman who got busted by the TSA for trying to take a red velvet cupcake through airport security, is, in her real life a media studies professor at Salem State University and author of Growing Up With Girl Power; Girlhood on Screen and in Every Day Life. She is also mother to a little boy who loves “My Little Pony,” a show, Rebecca says on her blog, that, like the beloved Powerpuff Girls, appeals equally to both sexes, defying the notion that boys/men won’t watch stories about girls/women.

I have to admit I’m not a “My Little Pony” aficianado — my daughter was never into them and I recalled the old show as being inane, and largely about selling toys (the fact that the ponies were revived for the Hub, a TV station owned by Hasbro, and are skinnier and “prettier” in their new incarnation only reinforced those impressions). Creator Lauren Faust writes on the Ms. Magazine blog that she was not initially a fan, either:

[Shows based on girls’ toys] did not reflect the way I played … I assigned my ponies and my Strawberry Shortcake dolls distinctive personalities and sent them on epic adventures to save the world. On TV, though, I couldn’t tell one girl character from another and they just had endless tea parties, giggled over nothing and defeated villains by either sharing with them or crying – which miraculously inspired the villain to turn nice. Keep reading »

Documentary I Want To See: “Face To Facebook”

Rabbit Fever
We're really looking forward to the documentary "Rabbit Fever." Watch »
Facebook Stalker?
5 signs that you're a Facebook stalker. Read More »
Facebook Turn-Offs
These Facebook behaviors turn him off. Read More »
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Fifty-one-year-old Illinois woman, ArLynn Presser, has taken to telling herself how normal she is. Well, maybe not normal. But not so strange in comparison to other people. That’s what she learned this year. Her 2010 New Year’s resolution was to attempt to conquer her agoraphobia by endeavoring to meet all 335 of her Facebook friends in person. For one year, ArLynn told herself, “There are no safe spots, there are no dangerous spots. There are just places I’m going and people I’m seeing.” Her “Face to Facebook” project turned into a life-changing year that spanned 12 countries and 51 cities.  Her journey, in which she learned how to open a champagne bottle with a machete and sing opera, amongst other things, is captured in this new documentary. Keep reading »

This Happened: President Obama Sings Al Green’s “Let’s Stay Together”

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Putting aside your feelings on his “success” as a President, I think we can all agree that Barack Obama has a pretty mean falsetto. Sing it, sir!

The Daily Ovulation: An 8-Year-Old Hardcore Fan

Dog And Baby
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Oh, Baby!
Beyonce rubs her belly in this behind-the-scenes video. Watch »
Baby Vs. French Bulldog
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I grew up with one foot in the hardcore music scene. I say only one foot because the scene was largely dominated by aggressive dudes bent on expressing themselves through violence, pushing girls to the back to act as real, live “coathangers” (i.e. coatholders) for the boys. But that may all be changing if 8-year-old Aussie Juliet has anything to say about it. Juliet recorded this incredible hardcore song and video about how much she loves her dog Robert and her fish. So maybe hardcore’s getting better, after all. [YouTube]

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