Hey, I think it's great to tell people to be comfortable with and love their bodies. I really do. I think that song "All About That Bass" wants people to think that that's the message of the song, but it isn't. Why not? Because Meghan Trainor talks about how people should accept her body for what it is, and then goes on to make fun of "skinny bitches."
Throwing a Halloween bash? Make it spectacular with drinks that ooze, fizz, and give your party a spooky vibe. It doesn't take much to transform an ordinary cocktail into a creepy one. So if you're itching for some All Hallow's Eve action, we've got 13 thrilling Halloween cocktails that are a must-drink for your party. We promise you'll love them! Happy haunting... Photo: Sam Henderson
Renee Zellweger took a serious hit in the media this week, all because of her face. After turning up at an event looking markedly different, with no age lines and seemingly tight, pulled back skin, the media pounced, speculating that the the Oscar-winning actress had had some serious work of the nip and tuck sort done on her face.
From the minute Jessica Day, Zooey Deschanel's character in New Girl, appeared on our screens, we probably all let out a sigh of relief that we finally had a character we related to. Whether it's her phenomenal fashion sense (because we all know that Deschanel brings her A game, let's be honest) or the way she earnestly cracks her ridiculous puns, there's something about Jess Day that makes us feel like she's one of us. Every episode leaves me in tears because of the amount of seriously funny quotes that she and the cast as a whole dish out.
Think that ghosts, witches and goblins are frightening? Try being on a date with some of these terrifying people. These daters were tricked into thinking they were in for a treat—but things got freaky quicker than a D-list scary movie. They give a whole new meaning to "dating horror stories."
For as long as I can remember, I've pretty much been a tea aficionado. There's something about waking up to a nice, warm and light cup of herbal bliss that trumps drinking coffee everytime; in fact, as an introvert, curling up with a good book while sipping delicious blends should be the only way to spend the day.
Whether you're for, against or still trying to figure out where you stand (hey, some people need all the facts first), there's no denying that the pumpkin spicification of pretty much everything is an issue that affects you a living and breathing human in fall 2014. Last year during a kids-these-days rant, SNL's Drunk Uncle Bobby Moynihan asked (slurred) "Is that Amazon Prime Pumpkin Spiced?" as he made fun of trendy obsessions.
Parks and Recreation is coming back for one final season, and to be honest, it's a very bittersweet moment for those of us who have spent seven years enjoying the town of Pawnee, Indiana, the parks department, Leslie Knope and Ron Swanson's mustache. (By the way, if Modern Family beats out Parks and Recreation next year at the Emmys, I will be staging a coup.)
Think that daily cup o' soda is something you're sneaking into your diet? Wrongo, chica. Your mouth knows what's it drinking. And even though your body craves it, your insides are screaming like a Iggy Azaela ballad. Of course, it's hard to actually hear your gut begging for mercy, especially when your brain full of cravings and tastebuds full of desire are the entire trumpet section. It's easy to ignore the signs. It's easy to chalk your Return of Monster Teen Acne up to hormones.
So, by now you have likely heard that English actor Jude Law has sired his fifth child. Law has five kids with three different mothers and while he and this baby mama, singer Catherine Harding, are no longer in a relationship, they are getting ready to welcome a child in the spring. Law is 41 and he was once in a long-term relationship with Sienna Miller, but it's apparent that the actor gets around and is fertile.
Sex and the City will forever be iconic not just because of the fashion that was featured, not just because of the roller coaster love stories it, but also due to loving friendship between four women. Let's face it, in the real world female friendships can be tricky. Like romantic relationships, they often break up due to things like growing apart, having a major blowout, and jealousy. Miranda, Samantha, Charlotte, and Carrie are an example that a group of female friends can support each other with little drama.
It's that time of the year again. Nope, we aren't talking about Halloween, although it very much has to do with zombies and bloody gore. We are talking about another season of The Walking Dead! Last season had a bunch of twists and turns. The apocalypse has had a huge effect on the group in ways that no one could have ever imagined.
Let me preface this with the fact that I have nothing against online dating. Online dating is a great way for busy or introverted people, or those with weird schedules, or just those who want to meet new people outside their current circle and local haunts, to find romance or a hookup or a husband or wife or friend with benefits. I know several people who've met spouses or long-term loves through online dating, and that's rad.
I didn't think it was possible but Cara Delevingne managed to give the world one more reason to fall in love with her. After months of speculation regarding her sexuality, Delevingne put the rumors to rest in an epic way. Earlier this week, she posted an image on Instagram (that you can see below) showing her support for the Self Evident Truths Project, a campaign that aims to document 10,000 photos of people who "identify as anything other than straight" and fit on the LGBTQ scale.