May 20 Week In Review


May 20 Week In Review10 Things You May Have Missed On TV This Week

In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, Jesse James claims that Sandra Bullock was the one who was insincere during their marriage, Barbara Walters has a giant portrait of herself in her apartment, and Kathie Lee and Hoda have a pajama party. More »



May 20 Week In ReviewWhy We Just Can't Get Enough Of This Apocalypse Business

Some people think the world is going to end on Saturday. Even though it won't, this obviously seems like it would be really scary. So why is the apocalypse so popular? More »



May 20 Week In ReviewLawyer Objects To "Large Breasted Woman" In Courtroom

A lawsuit against an Illinois car dealership took a strange turn recently, when the defendant's lawyer complained about a "large breasted woman" in the courtroom. More »



May 20 Week In ReviewBotox Mom Confesses To Hoax, Did It For The Money

Did you find hard to believe that a mom would really inject her 8-year-old daughter with botox? Maybe you should've trusted your instincts. Kerry Campbell lied. In fact, her name isn't even Kerry Campbell. More »



May 20 Week In ReviewThis Is What Happens When Jeans, Leggings, & Underpants Mix

When jeans mated with leggings, they begat jeggings. Then jeggings knocked boots with underwear, and created something horrifying for men. We should have known that a version for women was right around the corner. Ladies, meet Junderpants. More »



May 20 Week In ReviewHow To Be A Good (Or At Least Adequate) Bridesmaid

With Bridesmaids in theaters, it seemed like a good time to address an issue many of you have asked about: how to deal with being a bridesmaid. Below, tips on dress drama, money issues, and much more. More »



This Week In Tabloids: The Kate Middleton Infertility Rumors Begin

May 20 Week In Review

Welcome back to Midweek Madness, in which we harvest gossip from In Touch, Us, Ok!, Life & Style, and Star. This week, Angelina is pissed because Brad interviewed a hot young nanny without her; Jessica Simpson's wedding date is rife with numeroloigical possibilities; and the Kate Middleton Unsolicited Uterus Updates have begun, complete with hearsay about the Royal Gynecologist. More »



May 20 Week In ReviewHow To Make A Custom Dress Form: Part One

To any home sewer and pattern-drafter, the appeal of a custom dress form is obvious. Commercial forms don't resemble the human body in the slightest: nobody I've ever met has that weird, smooth monoboob like on the Wolf forms, nor that cleft-less so-called "ass." Plus, those things are like $400 used. Adjustable forms, though cheaper, are if anything even more limited. They collapse when you're trying to pin things to them, their articulated planes wobble out of alignment, they are riddled with gaps, they suck. More »



May 20 Week In ReviewEverything You Need To Know About The IMF's Sexually Sketchy Chief

Dominique Strauss-Kahn has become instantly infamous in the US after his alleged assault of a hotel maid. But before that, he was known both as "the great seducer" and as the major hope of the French left. Let's take a tour of his past, present, and future. More »



May 20 Week In ReviewHousekeeper's Son Bears "Eerie" Resemblance To Schwarzenegger

It only took about twenty-four hours for the name of the household employee who had a child with Arnold Schwarzenegger to be revealed. More »



Should Women Serve In Special Forces?

May 20 Week In Review

Should qualified women be able to enter special ops units like the SEALs who killed Osama Bin Laden? That's what Jezebel founding editor Anna Holmes argues in The Washington Post today. Maybe the question, suggested by a recent study on PTSD and women in the military, is whether the military is ready for them. More »



May 20 Week In ReviewWith Racist Article, Crap Evolutionary Psychologist Sets New Record For Awfulness

We've already dubbed Satoshi Kanazawa a "crap evolutionary psychologist." But somehow, he's found a way to be even crappier. His thoughts on why "black women are significantly less physically attractive than women of other races" have forced us to create a graphical representation of his awfulness. More »



May 20 Week In ReviewSome Celebrity "Designers" Just Knock Off Clothes From Their Closets

The news that O.G. socialite-turned-HSN costume jewelry designer Iris Apfel's creations are less than original should - to anyone who pays attention to the celebrity clothing line industrial complex - be less than surprising. The story here is that Apfel, whose taste in jewelry is deservedly famous, was approached to do a line for HSN. Apfel apparently did what most celebrity "designers" do: she turned over some of her own favorite pieces to be knocked off. And when it comes celebrity designers, this is far from the first time that's happened. More »



May 20 Week In ReviewHow To Be A Woman On The Forbes 100 List: Sell Your Soul

There are three women in the top 10 of the Forbes Celebrity 100 List: Lady Gaga (1), Oprah (2), and Taylor Swift (7). Gaga may not have as much money as Oprah, but the magazine took influence and power into consideration. When it comes to web and social media rankings, as well as press coverage, Gaga wins. And yeah, Gaga also earned a whopping $90 million dollars last year. It's worth noting that Gaga, Oprah and Taylor Swift are different from many of the men on the list - and not just because they're female. More »