Experts say that the way you naturally pose for an impromptu pic reveal the state of your relationship with your boo.
Do you look your age?
Are you effing kidding me?
Forget hitting the gym or editing everything in Photoshop.
Mmm, the 1990s. Remember a simpler time when how cool you were was measured by how awesome your lunch was?
I wish I were still a small child, so that on Easter morning I could wake up to a basket full of candy. Alas, now I'm an adult, and I have to buy my own Easter candy. But that's ok, because I can still enjoy the adorable animals that have somehow become the mascots of the holiday. To help you get ready for Easter this weekend, here are some adorable pictures of baby animals.
Inspired by my excitement for the release of The Vow, I collected the hottest (hottest!) pictures of my #1 celeb crush, Mr. Tatum himself. Feast your eyes and get ready to see more of him in a gooey, ultra-emotional, super romantic state when the movie premieres! Gah!
It seems ex-flames Ryan Gosling and Sandra Bullock are having some fun fun fun again in Austin this weekend. The couple was spotted making the rounds in Sandy's home town at the annual Fun Fun Fun Fest on Auditorium Shores. There's no doubt the two make a cute couple, but we gotta say, seriously Ryan?!? You could do better.
Consider your profile picture your viral handshake. Why, you ask? Let’s just say that, like a firm grip, the little image leaves a lasting impression. See the following scenarios to be sure you select the most flattering photo for you.
The Village was ablaze with celebration and excitement Sunday as the 42nd Annual Gay Pride Parade took to the streets of mid and lower Manhattan. The parade comes only two days after the New York Senate voted to legalize same-sex marriages in the State of New York. NYC Gov. Andrew Cuomo was the obvious hero of the day, leaving the McCords from Real Housewives NYC as the obvious zeros. Alex and hubby hugged the outer edge of the route in extreme effort to assure camera's like ours caught it.
So…I’m back, just a few days away from my very last semester of college ever. It’s a strange feeling, knowing that this is the last time I’ll buy my school supplies, search for cheap books online, write down all my assignments, and swear to keep it together this year.
While perusing (and by “perusing” I mean obsessively checking and re-checking) Facebook for the fourth time yesterday, I noticed that no one had done anything since the last time I logged in (an hour before). In a fit of never ending boredom that made signing off impossible, I decided to look at pictures of me.
Santa photos are a holiday tradition in many families, including mine. And I don't know about anyone else, but I can't remember ever liking the process of getting my picture taken with that weird old guy. Most of my memories fall into one of two categories: fear, because I thought it was the real Santa and I was afraid he knew all the bad things I'd done; and complete paranoia that someone I know might be walking though the mall and see me standing in line.