I don't want to alarm anyone, but the medical advice dispensed from Dr. Oz miiiiight not be totally valid. It's no secret that scientists and medical professionals think Dr. Oz is a quack who only cares about ratings, and now that the Federal Trade Commission has called bullshit on a weight loss supplement hawked by the doctor himself, they have yet another reason to hate him.
Here's a funny between all of those 'OMG THE SNOW WILL KILL US' tweets: Big Sean says he didn't write "IDFWU" from a "bitter" place. LOL lies.
If Valentine's Day happens to catch you slumped in the ruins of a catastrophic breakup this year, fret not! Because the San Francisco Zoo has your back. For the price of a small donation, you can adopt one of their scorpions or hissing cockroach's in your ex's name.
On Sunday night on the SAG Awards red carpet, Rashida Jones—star of Parks and Recreation and the upcoming procedural comedy Angie Tribeca—was unlucky enough to encounter what might be the dumbest pair of TV presenters of all time. (Your move, Ryan and Giuliana.)
In case you haven't heard, the chunk of America where most of the media lives is about to be buried in snow by an omnipotent but indifferent god. New York City is shutting off its express subway trains. Connecticut's blocking off roads. Boston is almost literally closed tomorrow. This all means that for the next 24 hours, millions and millions of people will be confined to one particular indoor environment.
Congratulations, climate change deniers: You've won. In your quest to convince everyone that pollution and global warming doesn't exist you've hurt the only beings that can't hurt you back: The Coke-loving polar bears. You've hurt them right in their soft fuzzy dicks.
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Here are Goldie Hawn, Donatella Versace and Kate Hudson at the Atelier Versace Spring/Summer 2015 show on Sunday evening. More photos of these perfect witches after the jump (including more angles of Kate's crazy dress).
In her continued effort to keep it 100% real, 100% percent of the time, Ava DuVernay's next film will be about Hurricane Katrina.
Everyone thinks the Oscars are the diamond-glitter-dust Awards Ceremony, but that's a bit of a misnomer: sure it's all fancy and frou-frou but the Screen Actor's Guild Awards is where you can see your favorite A-list movie AND television stars, frolicking together like it's nothing. Like Oscar winner Lupita Nyong'o and Netflix superhero Danielle Brooks having a total dream of a hang sesh. But what were they wearing?
With every promise of inclement weather comes a new batch of people just trying to feel something meaningful in this literal cold world. Here are their stories, links included when still available, in case someone strikes your fancy with their cries for sex under the guise that they will deliver you a very special, weather-specific time.
Well, this is just brilliant. Racist adverts promoting hatred against Muslims are currently being run on buses in San Francisco - but someone has started covering them up with anti-hatred messages from Marvel's première Muslim superhero, Ms. Marvel.
It's a sad day for Piperlime fans, i.e., people who like the idea of Zappos but not the low price point. Gap Inc. is officially shutting down the online retailer, instead choosing to focus on their more popular brands like Banana Republic and Athleta.
Cindra Ladd, a former entertainment executive, says that Bill Cosby drugged and raped her in 1969 and wore a terrycloth bathrobe after the incident—a detail similar to what Janice Dickinson and many other of his alleged victims said about their assaults at the hands of the comedian.
"Do you like the doggy style?" the interviewer ahead of me asks. "Do you like the anal and sex toys? In your personal life? Do you speak Spanish?"
If a female art critic doesn't like a male artist's work, it's because she's an embittered, sexless old hag. That's just basic Art Science. And so who could possibly be mad at artist Loris Gréaud, who responded to one art editor's bad review with a message urging her to "get a boyfriend?"
We were hoping to start this series with a tutorial on how to do a basic mani-pedi at home, but then this shit happened. Here's how to save a broken nail.
Some of us are cowering in our snow bunkers, sure, but April will be here soon enough, and with it, new Outlander episodes. In the meantime, Starz has released a sneak peek—specifically, the first full minute of the show's return. Come, watch soothing screensaver-like shots of a Scottish stream and bask in the warm glow of Jamie Fraser's accent.
Do you know how much of your personal information is floating around? It's more than you think and very easy to find. Phone numbers, home addresses, email accounts. As my recent story about gamers who got swatted showed , anybody can become a target. You don't have to be someone with a million followers. Social networks have encouraged us share everything, including where we're hanging out. We've signed up for a million different accounts, and we need to be more careful.
In a federal court filing Monday morning, Saks Fifth Avenue withdrew a December filing that claimed transgender employees are not covered under the the sex discrimination ban in Title VII of the Civil Rights Act.