Continuing the trend of using her Instagram account to send messages, coded or otherwise, into the world, Rihanna got nothing less than super angry at Daily Mail columnist Liz Jones Tuesday morning for an article the journalist wrote criticizing her for not being a good enough role model to young girls. You say I need…
The charming gentledudes-about-town in Reddit's Men's Rights Community have been feverishly running around in their little hamster wheel brains for the last few days in an attempt to help a message board member solve his urgent problem with his girlfriend. You see, it seems this man's dating one of those baby crazed…
Liz Jones writes, "I am now going to write something that will enrage feminists the world over, and provoke an outraged backlash in the columns of online feminist website Jezebel (which already has an entire section that monitors me, entitled Keeping Up With Jones)." Hmm, do we rise to this bait?
When one writer wrote about her teen daughter's bikini wax in British Vogue, it caused an uproar. Are your family's intimate grooming habits an oversharing bridge too far?
You hear "gift guide," and — even considering that said gift guide is authored by professional crank Liz Jones — you think, "how bad can it be?" And then you read it. And yes, this was the accompanying image.
While it's unwise to take the rants of Britain's gem columnist Liz Jones at face value, we worry that she might have a point when it comes to men under 40.
Last month, Mattel launched "Newsanchor Barbie," a 12" career woman in a skin-tight pink-and-black jacket, a ruffled miniskirt, and platforms. Insulting — or too accurate?
No, not by us! By their countrymen, who, today, ask two burning questions: "Do Rich Yanks Dress Better than Rich Brits?" and "Why DO British men on holiday dress like oversized toddlers?" (Okay, "burning" might be an exaggeration):
Today, Liz Jones tackles the clothes "women think are fashionable but men hate." Uggs. Jumpsuits. Harem pants. Oversized sunglasses. Leggings!
Today, the Times deplores men's "mom jeans." My initial thought was, who cares? Then I saw that professional I'm-Not-Even-Trying-Anymore crank Liz Jones had declared that she "can't stand men who wear baseball caps," so, probably her. But, seriously, non-crazies:
Today in Things Liz Hates: New Year's, parties, kissing, and other women. And that's just the beginning.
If admitted misanthrope Liz Jones can overcome her aversion to the homeless to learn the true spirit of Christmas, can't we do the same?