May 3, 2012
I was the first of my friends to take the plunge with Botox. But over time, I’ve watched almost all of them succumb to the delicious temptation to stave off nature with injections.
84-65 (tie). Titus (died in AD 81), Nerva (98), Trajan (117), Hadrian (138), Antoninus Pius (161), Marcus Aurelius (180), Septimius Severus (211), Tacitus (276), Constantius I (306), Gallerius (311), Constantine I (337), Constantius II (361), Theodo…
I found myself reading a fellow buzzmaker Kelties blog and she had done a post on what she would buy if she had a million dollars. I started thinking about the things that I'd buy and if I would I really wanna buy a lot of things at all so I made it…
The summer is almost here and I know you need something chic to rock at all your summer festivals and outings:) 3 Thinking of you, I found an easy way to make this fashionable head band. No stitches required and everyone should be able to make one i…
Joel Arends, the man behind the ad hammering the White House for “taking so much credit” on Bin Laden, believes more Special Forces operators will come out against Obama. Arends objects to the term "swift boat."
As one 14-year-old led a well-publicized protest outside Seventeen magazine's offices, 19 Vogue editors drafted an apparently meaningless "Health Initiative."
This video may be aimed at investors, but it's still dazzling to watch Zuckerberg, who as of today is worth $18.7 billion dollars, basically sell the service that nearly a billion people already use. If you ran into him in the street and asked him, "by the way, what's a Facebook?" this is pretty much what you'd get.
Junior Seau's death raises a question that's going to gather momentum over the next few months: are we, the audience, partly to blame for football's brutality?
The Republican Presidential candidate is named for his father's cousin Milton "Mitt" Romney.
Poor YouTube, their pair of Keds look like something you'd wear to go bowling.
So this is a thing. The people at Fruit Roll-Ups felt the Knicks star needed this. Why? It's really stupid.
Of course, they're still copping out on showing us his face. But we do learn a couple of things. One: The Lizard is tall and loves his lab coat. Two: Peter Parker wants to make sure everyone knows that camera is his!
Beth Scott's doctor recommended that she get a mammogram, but her insurance company, Aetna, refused to pay for it, saying the procedure was related to her gender-reassignment surgery. Under threat of a lawsuit, though, Aetna relented — the company has now apologized.
Oberstar says it's Berman. This is what they're fighting about in L.A.
BOSTON (TheStreet) -- The stock-market adage "sell in May and go away" is particularly appropriate this year, given the uncertainties facing investors. The European sovereign debt crisis is dragging on, and the economic recovery is showing signs of …
A leather-clad grandmother pouts and clutches a pair of handcuffs, while a plus-sized princess flashes a full foot of cleavage. These are just a few of the funny, bizarre and truly terrifying bad glamour shots going viral online.
Do you recognize these famous faces?
First off, know that I want to help you. I do. I enjoy being a mentor. This is largely because I’m so inspired by, and thankful for, my past and present mentors. I credit most of my career (in publishing) to the five or six people who took the time …
Fan art on the internet runs the gamut from "this is totally adorable" to "OH GOD MY EYES". In honor of the upcoming second season US premier of BBC's "Sherlock", we put this list together. Be warned: it gets graphic.
This is the most ominous smartphone announcement I've ever seen. Apparently the Samsung Galaxy S III is "designed for humans." But for doing what to humans??
6 Amazing Photos Of Igor Vovkovinskiy, The Tallest Man In The United States Getting Fitted For Shoes
Igor Vovkovinskiy says "he's had 16 surgeries in six years to fix problems created by shoes that didn't fit. He's 7 feet, 8 and one-third inches tall with a shoe size somewhere between a 22 and 26." With the help of Reebok he will finally get a pair that fits (at a cost of $12 to $20,000)!
Recent discussions surrounding stay-at-home motherhood has focused on Ann Romney, Hilary Rosen, and whether staying at home can be feminist. But some black stay-at-home moms say they're still constantly forced to justify their existence.
Just because one of you is moving that doesn't mean your relationship is doomed.
The U.K. version of Marie Claire got her to loosen up for their cover shoot. Plus, Skyrim is going online and maybe "LOST" isn't as over as we thought.
The hunt through the awkwardness begins!
The ad from "Veterans for a Strong America" attacks Obama for, it says, taking too much credit for ordering the raid that killed Osama bin Laden. The endorsement of Karl Rove, whose allies attacked John Kerry's military service in 2004, will help the group raise money and encourage its anonymous backers.
I'm pretty sure that Ryan Seacrest just failed at making "the ultimate viral video", but seeing The Biebs do the "Double Dream Hands" dance was pretty enjoyable, right?
In 2002 (a really good year for the internet), someone made a video game version of the painting "Dogs Playing Poker". What a beautiful example of art inspiring someone.
Brace yourself Star Wars fans, your once great series has been dealt yet another serious blow — Obi-Wan Kenobi has been arrested for a hit-and-run incident. According to California police Kenobi, who was driving without a valid license, caused a fiv…
She named the sweet-looking rottweiler-beagle pup "Happy" because he was abandoned at a Wal-Mart and Miley didn't "understand how people can be so cruel."
Super duper model Kate Upton took one more step toward immortality after Topps announced that she'll have a trading card in their upcoming set.
The Tumblr blog Tilda Stardust is making a very strong case for YES, THEY ARE.
This is the last in a series of tournaments pitting the amusingly horrible things people have said to one another ... against one another. This round turned out to be a little trickier than the past few (see: strangers, moms, bosses, significant oth…
That or he is about 9 months late to planking. You pick.
Former Edwards aide Christina Reynolds was testifying about an argument Elizabeth Edwards had with her husband on the day in October 2007 that a tabloid published a story about his affair.
Apparently it was a little more confusing back then.
Mitt Romney's Cayman Island investments have become a favorite Democratic attack. In the 2008, the Obama campaign took a similar line on McCain, using comments he made in Bermuda supportive of offshore accounts to paint McCain as a out-of-touch friend of rich tax dodgers.
This is a sneak peak publicity shot just released by the brand. She's of course wearing lingerie, because...because.
This is the remarkable story of Chen Guangcheng, the blind human rights dissident who has sparked a diplomatic crisis between China and the United States. It's a bizarre and terrifying story that involves everything from daring escapes to Batman.
Nothing to see here, as they say when they want you to look. Just a mother lovingly kissing her daughter. Very lovingly.
I've been noticing some bad behavior, and I think a refresher course is in order, people.
Uggs, track suit, and thigh/forearm tattoo. It's for a movie.
An illustration of Mel Kiper, Jr. in this week's New Yorker might be the most beautiful thing I've ever seen.
With a few fictional characters. So stupid, yet so funny.
On last night's "Fallon", Amy and Jimmy shared and reminisced about some of the old movies they've been in — and one that isn't even out yet. I Highly recommend "Man Without a Nose."
A group of Christian filmmakers have put together this trailer for horror movie about pornography. What you are about to see is NOT A JOKE.
It was to demonstrate UC's new Super Insulation. I wonder if they suffocated any chicks while filming?
The fourth hour of "Today" was dedicated to airing LIVE plastic surgeries throughout the episode and Kathie Lee and Hoda even got procedures done themselves! I know, I can't believe this was broadcast on morning tv, either.
By use of deductive reasoning, I have concluded that Asians are the superior race. This is scientific proof.
"Please Do Not Hit" this fire extinguisher.
Instagram is like a giant lookbook of what the girls of "so four summers ago" are wearing these days. All the trends kind of blend into each other to form a general look that resembles a hobo stripper. (See under: Rihanna.)
The Knicks could use this little fella.
Because, of course.
Sue Simmons, best known for this legendary blooper, had a little slip up on the news last night. Apparently she got hit by a ball in the breast? Listen closely.
Living in Seattle just got a lot more interesting. In response to vigilante Phoenix Jones, a new breed of super-villain has been born. Seriously. This is actually happening and not a parody of "Watchmen".
A man asks: what am I hearing? The results may surprise you.
High-waisted pants are a polarizing topic. Very few people stand in the middle of this debate; you either LOVE them or you think they are the most unflattering thing since nude spandex unitards. Whichever side of the pants-fence you're on, I'm prett…
With the Met exhibit just around the corner, we’re expecting to see a lot of celebrities in Prada. While it might be difficult to imagine some of those runway frocks on the red carpet (we don’t see dresses over pants as a go-to for celebrities), it…
We thought for a second that Karl Lagerfeld had signed on to endorse yet another random product, but fortunately it’s just Ashton Kutcher playing “Darl,” one of five “bachelors” in a Pop Chips promotional video (below) that we guess is meant to poke…
DeAndre Jordan slammed it home over one of the league's best defenders, Tony Allen. Yes, Allen's seven inches shorter than Jordan, but you have to appreciate the emphasis.
Australia's Fashion Week is going on right now — and the pictures have me asking a lot of questions, including: is that Lindsay Lohan dressed as a nun?
FACT: Squirrels prefer creamy peanut butter over chunky.
Motorcycle Lost In Japanese Tsunami Found In Canada, Will Be Restored And Returned To Its Owner In Japan
Who doesn't love a good lost & found story?
Tip to all athletes: Bring your adorable baby up to the podium with you.
God bless the French. Move aside, Singing Birthday Candle, FX Bakery is changing the cake game forever.
Current ESPN NASCAR analyst and former Cleveland Cavalier Brad Daughtery talks to us about why racing is a sport worth your attention.
Pour yourself a drink and settle into the couch. This is going to take a while.
Presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney has been criticizing President Obama for his stance on his Iran saying the country "will have a nuclear weapon" if Obama is reelected. In 2008 Romney proposed a plan to deal with Iran that called for tightening sanctions and isolating the country diplomatically. While Obama began by fulfilling his campaign promise of offering an olive branch to the Islamic Republic, he has more recently followed much of the path of Romney's 2008 plan.
It looks like the Ravens will have to do without the reigning Defensive Player Of The Year.
Save BFF! This show, only in its 4th episode, was taken off the air indefinitely and is now in purgatory between cancellation, and — fingers crossed — reinstatement on the air.
My online dating profile isn't a request for guidance, and you sir are no Dear Abby.
Makes you feel ok about peeing your pants.
Spotted over Hamilton, Ohio.
The socialite, former reality star and debut novelist also answers reader questions about how to rock a high school reunion and mitigate awkwardness when meeting the boyfriend's folks.
The Angels ace has been one of the most dominant pitchers in baseball for the last few years, but last night he wrote his name in the history books when he threw a no hitter.
Day and night, night and day, thousands of semi-automated Zazzle designers are pushing the frontiers of spam. This? This is art.
The Avengers movie comes out Friday at midnight, and let's face it, the movie would be way better with adorable animals saving the world.
A united front against Obama and the liberal media. But: Huffington Post broke news of the meeting.
Tom Scocca wonders why recipe writers don't tell the truth about how long caramelizing onions really takes. Onions do not caramel
You might be surprised by how much fun creating your own Portal puzzles can be.
Agency officials have interviewed 10 of the 12 women agents brought back to the Hotel Caribe in Cartagena, and say 9 of them were paid for sexual services. Some Secret Service agents have also submitted to lie detector tests, but others have refused — including the supervisor who tried to underpay an escort, kicking the scandal off in the first place.
Titled "1944," it was meant to be a follow-up to Apple's famous "1984" Super Bowl ad. It is cringeworthy.
I mean, you wouldn't be able to help yourself either.
The latest viral buzz from mainstreet.com
That kid is one cool customer.
Remember Ron Paul? Romney has momentum, but Paul's fans have flair
If you need proof that New York City is one of the greatest sports cities on Earth – I can’t rule out Middelfart, Denmark – it’s hard to look beyond the incredible enthusiasm that our good friends at Rick’s Cabaret constantly show for all of their t…
There’s a weird thing that happens to aging actors who have appeared in beloved cult classics. I suspect they spend so much time hanging around people with who are obsessed with whatever show they were in that they start to assume that everyone was …
There's one thing all men can agree on: We love Kate Upton. And she's worked for our love. From her latest video, in which she dances the Cat Daddy in the tiniest bikini we've ever seen, to the Dougie that made her famous, she continues to amaze us.…
I'm in love with Die Antwoord! Yolandis style is to die for and me and my friends have been obsessed with the latest track of theirs. If you haven't heard it yet, check it out: Check out my new The Creepiest Place In The World - The Island Of Dolls,…
"Forward... over a cliff!"
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Microsoft is reportedly preparing a $99 Kinect bundle with a two-year contract.
Scarves. Scarves. You like scarves.
OCEANSIDE, Calif., May 2 (UPI) -- Former football star Junior Seau died Wednesday of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound at his beachfront home in Southern California, police said.
We first met Seattle’s “real-life superhero” Phoenix Jones last October when he tried to escalate/break-up a fight between some drunk meatheads, along with a sidekick who appeared to be a vigilante Juggalo. Jones, who’s also known as amateur MMA fig…