According to its website, That's Life! is "Britain's leading real-life magazine." Each issue is packed with "the most inspirational, emotional and incredible reads that will leave you stunned and surprised." And Christmastime is no different: 'Tis the season for adultery, betrayal and murder.
Women, if you want to have IT ALL, forget balancing family and career on your own. The new hotness in the race for the elusive goal of womanhood— "IT ALL" — isn't quality, affordable child care or workplaces with flexible hours or equal pay, because in some careers, those concessions aren't enough. No, for some women, IT ALL includes a man who will stay home and take care of your kids and keep house. Like an old-timey wife, but a dude.
Now before your stomach gets all excited about these tiny but extravagant sweets and baked goods, keep in mind that these are all clay sculptures. While that may be leave your tummy-tums jilted, it should also leave your mind a bit blown.
Ahlam Alnajdi, a Saudi photographer and artist, has dedicated her time to creating these deceivingly delectable works of art. She has amassed over one million followers and has become one of the most popular Instagram accounts in Saudi Arabia. As Abdirahim Saeed at BBC reports, in a country that boasts the most Twitter users in the world but maintains restrictive edicts on women, social media is an ideal outlet for Saudi ladies. And Alnajdi, a break-out Instagram star is using it to sustain her own business and potentially inspire others:
[Freedom fighters in the city square begin the protest that changed the world forever.]
I'm falling in love with everyone in this video. Help.
If Iggy Azalea, Kreayshawn and this entire list aren't top of mind, Ryan Seacrest, arbiter of all things pop music and Kardashian, is reportedly producing a new show about white female rappers for VH1. If you’re thinking, "Hey, wasn’t that already a thing?" you are right.
After several decades and millions addicted, it seems that diet soda is losing its fizzy hold on people's minds, as sales fell 6.8% this year.
This weekend, a photo bubbled up on Reddit: Somewhere in America, a bunch of girls—decked out in their finest Christmas attire—gathered on a sofa to take a celebratory snapshot with three newly engaged friends. Except for a lone dissenter in the lower lefthand corner, who had apparently reached her breaking point with the hoopla.
At least one good thing came out of NBC's disastrous Sound of Music Live (exclamation point WITHHELD). During the broadcast, the network took the opportunity to air its first promo for January's Golden Globes ceremony, which will be hosted by the affable Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.
Christmas has come early, folks. Miley Cyrus took her twerk-y performance tactics to KIIS FM's annual Jingle Ball national concert date at Los Angeles' Staples Center. Guess what that means? Sparkly "twerking" state-to-state because, as you've heard, she can't stop, won't stop.
While Washington Post columnist Richard Cohen has spent much of his time as of late offending people, perhaps he's found an opportunity to redeem himself. Described by the New York Post as Nora Ephron's "longtime friend," Cohen has apparently been given the blessing from her family to write the biography of her life. His obit for Ephron was very nice.
On Saturday, Florida State University quarterback Jameis Winston helped his team win 45-7 against Duke University in the ACC championships. After the game, ESPN reporter Heather Cox used her interview with Winston to discuss the investigation into whether Winston was the perpetrator of a sexual assault coming to a close. But Winston's attorney and his fans didn't like that very much.
What is this? You ask. Are these mutants? Or deformed Real Dolls (tm)? Or what happened in Eyes Without A Face? The truth is a little less exciting: these terrifying images are of dentist practice models.
Aubrey Plaza is about to eat your face off in the first pictured from Life After Beth, a movie about a dude whose girlfriend dies and mysterious returns as a, well, you can see the picture.
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Carrie Underwood has responded to the harsh public reaction to her less-than-impressive performance in the deeply unimpressive Sound of Music, Live!: "Plain and simple: Mean people need Jesus," she Tweeted. "They will be in my prayers tonight... 1 Peter 2:1-25."
These dogs would literally rather not eat poop than walk past these cats and if my dogs are any indication, eating poop is their favorite thing to do. That, and actual pooping. Moral of the story: Dogs are smart, cats are smarter, and my dogs are a fucking handful.
And dammit if she doesn't pull it off!
Their short ep was recorded live at Macaulay Culkin's house on November 11, 2013. You can now buy it for one dollar or listen to it below. I suggest you do both, because it is amazing. We are all better for this existing.