Go on, you know you deserve it.
A Facebook page that was created on Wednesday is receiving a lot of attention on the internet, and it's not just because the page is in support of the Israeli Defense Force. It's because the photos that line the page's wall are of scantily-clad women with "I <3 IDF" written on their breasts.
Oh man, I was just sitting here feeling all despairing about how the only thing I could find for a lede was that Snooki had a Great Gatsby-themed bridal/baby shower and I was trying to think of some jokes about, like, a ball pit only instead of balls it's shirts and a champagne fountain shaped like a wet diaper and a swimming pool with a lifesize marzipan Pauly D floating in it and then at the end they eat the Pauly D and it was all stupid. But then Tara Reid went and said that SHE'S PRETTY SURE SHARKNADOS ARE REAL, GUYS, and Dirt Bag was saved!!! It's a Sharkmas miracle! (Sharkmas is when a shark comes down Tara Reid's chimney and tells her erroneous marine biology facts.)
In today's depressing news that surprises absolutely no one, a recent study called "Gender Within Film Crews" reports that women in Hollywood are still being shut out of key positions.
In today's Tweet Beat, Patrick Schwarzenegger is "strictly covers," Rob Kardashian is getting hot and bothered and Shannon Woodward suggests a musical meeting of the minds.
New mothers are given a slew of conflicting advice: they're told they must breastfeed their baby or they're a terrible parent, but also that they must go back to work and earn money as soon as they can or they're a lazy person (or, you know, in the case of most people who work because they have to and not because they want to: a broke person). But, despite laws that dictate that employers must allow breastfeeding mothers time and space to pump breastmilk at work, many employers don't do shit. Which puts breastfeeding moms in an incredibly tough position.
Someone's either playing a cruel trick or issuing some kind of cryptic warning to the children of San Clemente, California. Police report that an unidentified person is leaving porcelain dolls in front of homes where 10-year-old girls live. And what's even creepier is that the dolls resemble the children.
Remember last week's story about the woman who was kicked out of a Philadelphia public swimming pool (and driven away via mockery at another) for wearing an American Apparel bikini that—to paraphrase Mel Horowitz—LOOKS LIKE UNDAH-WEAH? Well, there's a happy ending (I guess, if you like American Apparel bikinis), courtesy of the American Apparel corporation.
At a recent lunch with her family, Toronto-based editor and coder Lyndsay Kirkham was essentially seated next to the forces of patriarchy itself wedged into a couple of meat-suits.
Listen up, ladies: Are you tired of games, half-truths and cat-and-mouse phone chases that will never lead to love? Well, have I got a guy for you. He's got standards, he's got morals and, most importantly, he has a list of about 372,000 dealbreakers that he won't put up with. Form a line to the left and excuse yourself once you hit an item that describes you. THIS. IS. SINGLED. OUT.
Do you like jogging, but wish it was a little more like a Saw movie and/or dystopian nightmare in which thigh gaps have become the global currency? Well, today in horrible ideas: A new wearable fitness tracker that actually zaps users with an electric shock if they stop exercising will be hitting the market later this year.
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Before 30 Rock and before becoming popular at Saturday Night Live, long-time friends Tina Fey and Rachel Dratch had a two-women show — appropriately titled Dratch & Fey — that ran at both the Second City and Amy Poehler's Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre from 1999-2000. Now, thanks to some heaven-sent YouTube uploader, you can watch it in its entirety.
Once upon a time, driver's licenses were simple hunks of plastic, which meant fake IDs were relatively easy to create and acquire. Now that every state festoons the damn things with holograms, they're more expensive—and yet they're more popular than ever.
Goodbye Bop. Published by Laufer Media since 1983, the company also responsible for Tiger Beat, it was reported Thursday that the teen magazine would stop publishing monthly and begin releasing only special issues.
I get it. You might be too cool for Fifty Shades of Grey. You hate-read the book, or you read one of the summaries, or you heard about it from a friend, and it's just an absolute tragedy of literature. Right.
Bravo is really stacking the lineup for the next season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills — and now we can welcome soap opera star Eileen Davidson to the cast.
Here's a crazy thought; legalizing prostitution could reduce the number of international HIV infections for female sex workers by at least a third in several countries. Health experts presented this new research drawn from Canada, India and Kenya during the 20th International AIDS Conference in Melbourne, Australia on Tuesday.
The Fifty Shades of Grey trailer is upon us, and while it doesn't reveal much from the Red Room of Pain, it does come wih the startling discovery that Jamie Dornan's been stripped of his hair and turned into a sanitized, shaved, waxed version of himself.