We love Joan Holloway. And by default, this means we love Christina Hendricks, the actress who brings her to life. And, at the same time, it also means we can't help but love the guy she chose to marry today (Sunday, October 11) because he must be pretty darn special to have won her heart. Oh, yeah. Did we mention she got married?
Poll: Did You Have Sex Before Marriage?: Yes, of course. With my husband, no. But we had sex with others before. Nope. We got each other's V-card.
A bachelorette party invite list is very important. Some of the women that you'd bring will totally wreck everyone's good time. And snubs could ruin the wedding. We've got the ten best TV characters to make your bachelorette party awesome. From Family Guy to Weeds to Big Love, Battlestar Galactica and Gossip Girl. These fictional characters could make any bachelorette party successful.
Romance ruled at this morning's announcement of the 2009 Golden Globe awards. Hollywood always turns inward when award seasons roles around, but this year we've been treated to some truly moving portrayals of relationships starting, working, and ending. Whether you're looking for love, overcoming heartache, or just stuck in the everyday routine of a relationship, 2008 was the year where entertainment reflected the hopes and heartbreaks of love. Here are some of the notable nominees for the 2009 Golden Globe awards.
Hugh Jackman is a sexy, sexy man. That's what People magazine believes at least. Last week the celebrity mag picked the Australia star for its coveted title previously held by the likes of Johnny Depp, George Clooney, and Brad Pitt. While Mr. Jackman definitely sets our hearts fluttering we can't help but think that there are sexier men who could easily fill Hugh's shoes. We're not alone. Entertainment Weekly feels Jon Hamm was denied type honors, and comments on the site tout the sexiness of everyone from Gale Harold (Desperate Housewives) to Jonathan Rhys Meyers (The Tudors). After hours of searching through hot celebrity photos, YourTango has come up with a list of 10 men who are sexier than Hugh Jackman.
Oh Lordy. Sex at work just got interesting! Here's the story: two ad agency art directors were having sex in their Manhattan office one Friday afternoon a few weeks ago. A co-worker noticed, alerted his buddy from IT and the two peepers recorded the 20-minute session with their phones. The buddy then uploaded a 60-second video to his computer, sent it to some officemates and lo, a week later the clip ended up on Gawker.
Recycled sex, Essex girls do it without condoms, some dudes don't like oral, a mother's weight gain translates to bigger babies, both presidential candidates aren't down with gay marriage, Mad Men teaches people how to date like a man, an Indian man wants an annulment on grounds of his wife's acne, Suze Orman wants you to have separate accounts, and wedding gowns for women in the military.
Last night I watched the season one episode of Mad Men where Roger Sterling suffers a heart attack while diddling 20-year-old identical twins and I thought, Ha, ha, Hollywood sure is funny! This morning I wake up and read in the New York Post that Matthew McConaughey's father bit the dust just after doing the nasty.
"What you call love was invented by guys like me, to sell nylons,"Ad Man Don Draper says in the first season of Mad Men. But which actually came first: the slogan or the sentiment? All bets are off when it comes to the chicken or the egg, but we do know that advertisers play a huge role in crafting and grossly inflating our romantic expectations. Tango sets the record straight on eight slogans that lie about love before ad men set us all up for disappointment.
If you weren't in the workforce 46 years ago you might find the Emmy-nominated drama "Mad Men" to be a bit of a shock. Sexist pigs dominate the management at the fictional Sterling Cooper advertising agency, where submissive secretaries are all too willing to accept a sexual advances from their superiors. Infidelity, child-bearing out of wedlock, and of course, drinking on the job are just a few of the sins viewers will be sure to encounter this season. Here, "Mad Men" stars reports on what's changed in the past four decades.