Cards Against Humanity has supplanted classic games like "snort the adderall" and "kings" as the pastime of choice for the early-20s set. Max Temkin, the card game's creator, is an accused rapist—a charge that's only finally catching up with him.
Women are signing emails with "xoxo," which probably doesn't mean they're really in love with you or on Gossip Girl, just being casually friendly, as has become the norm. Over in The Atlantic, Jessica Bennett and Rachel Simmons wonder whether the signoff connotes "professional sisterhood" or gendered ditziness:
- Whitney Port isn't in Kell On Earth. And on Lauren Conrad: "We still keep in touch on a friendship level. But in terms of fashion we don't really talk about it anymore because we're not in the same arena." [PopEater]
The Daily Mail is currently running photographs of Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon, who shared a painfully awkward kiss on Oprah last week. I think we're supposed to see these pictures and think, "Their marriage is a sham!" But why?
With teen comedy I Love You, Beth Cooper hitting theaters this weekend (and getting trashed by the critics), I began thinking of teen comedy dreamboats of the past, and decided to break them down, one by one.
According to a study done by Lafayette College researchers, there really is such a thing as chemistry with certain kissing partners. And not just because your partner tastes like your favorite kind of Doritos.