Drilling for oil makes us American girls hot and heavy! This Burger King commercial actually isn’t as offensive to Middle Easterners as it could be — shocking! — but it wouldn’t be a BK commercial if the women in it weren’t attractive, unthreatening airheads.
If you can stomach it, there’s a few more Burger King commercials found here and in the third spot, one of the women asks, “Do you guys drive camels to work in the morning?” and the other one asks, “Aren’t camels the ones with the humps?”
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Remember when Kirsten Dunst was running around Japan, looking all wacky anime? Well, if you had told me, “Oh, she’s making a total insane cover of that ‘Turning Japanese’ song directed by McG,” I would not have believed you. Even if you swore it was true. Yet, that appears to be what we have here. It’s called “‘Akihabara Majokko Princess.” Obviously. In order to spare you any trauma brought on by an overdose of manga or exposure to anime quasi-nudity featured in said video, we’ve embedded it after the jump. Watch it. I dare you not to get the song stuck in your head forever. Oh, and if you don’t know what “turning Japanese” means, ask your mom. Keep reading »
Remember those Isabel Mastache penis pants from Madrid fashion week I posted about yesterday? Well, now there’s video of the penis pants in action on the runway! Click through to witness one of the absolutely freakiest fashion shows to which I have ever born witness. (And, these days, that’s really saying something.) Do not watch this video if a fabric penis freaks you out, you’re not into guys wearing sock monkey necklaces, or dudes with three arms scare you.
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If you watched “The Bachelor” special last night, “The Women Tell All,” you definitely saw former contestant Rozlyn Papa — the one who got kicked off for having an “inappropriate relationship” with a producer — come on and attack host Chris Harrison. In fact, she even went so far as to imply that he’s a cheater! When Harrison, a married father of two, said that the producer with whom Rozlyn was allegedly involved was a dear friend, Rozlyn shot back: “That’s news to him, especially when you were hitting on his wife in New Zealand. He thought that was crazy.” Harrison cooly replied: “I won’t dignify that with a response. I hope you will become a better person through this.” (Clip above!)
After the jump, see what Harrison is telling “Entertainment Weekly” why he didn’t immediately reply to her accusation.
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In case you haven’t heard it yet, Vampire Weekend’s new album, Contra
, is super duper dope. “Giving Up The Gun” is one of the songs I’ve been listening to on repeat for the past month, and now I’m just as obsessed with the new video. As if the tennis theme weren’t cool enough—we’ve also got Jake Gyllenhaal rocking a sweatband, the RZA as a teleporting line judge, and Lil Jon as a demonic coach. Oh, and fireballs! Good stuff. Keep reading »
backlash: it was inevitable. We here at The Frisky are firmly
in the for-cripes-sakes-they’re-just-love-songs-chill-out-everybody camp and we always will be. But as we’ve already seen, more than a few bloggers
are angrily typing away
, cataloging how Taylor Swift is (and I quote) “a feminist’s worst nightmare.” I’m sorry, but do you people remember
Britney Spears? Keep reading »
Last night on “Keeping Up With The Kardashians,” Kourtney finally gave birth (on screen) to son Mason (born on Dec. 14). The best part? Right before he came out, the doctor asked Kourt if she wanted to help — and without blinking an eye, she straight-up reached down in between her legs and pulled the baby out from her vagina. They let people do that?! It was crazy! It was eerily reminiscent of a magician’s scarf-up-the sleeve trick. (Sort of creepy — in the video above, I think you can see Mason’s little hand poking out.) Kourtney was remarkably calm during childbirth and vaguely emotionless afterward — I think I shed more tears! Clip above! Keep reading »
We’re getting into those dark, drudging days of winter when all you want to do is hole up with a blanket with a warm drink and wait for spring. If humans were really as smart as we’re supposed to be, we would have initiated mandatory winter hibernation like the bears. But since we’re stuck trudging through snow and dealing with our sallow skin tone, we might as well take the opportunity to hibernate in a movie theater for a few hours a week, at least. This week brings a trio of dark thrillers with “Shutter Island,” “The Ghost Writer,” and “Red Riding Trilogy.” Keep reading »