Last week, model Melissa Stetten had the apparent misfortune of sitting next to soap actor Brian Presley on a plane. According to Stetten's Twitter feed, Presley lied about not having a wife and was drinking beer the whole time, which is interesting because he has a wife and kids and is usually pretty sanctimonious…
An Australian former footballer has responded to assault allegations against other players by tweeting that the victim simply "awoke with an alleged hangover and I take it an alleged guilty conscience." But he doesn't condone rape, mind you!
Earlier this week, Tracie argued that Kanye's Twitter feed was out of control, and that he needed to be stopped. No way, man. Kanye's Twitter feed is awesome, and here's why:
Her "bully" hashtag loses a bit of oomph after two "Oh yeah? Well you're OLD!" jokes that Rivers probably already used herself 8 years ago though, right? [Samantha Ronson's Twitter]
As mentioned earlier this morning in Dirt Bag, Jim Carrey has made it a personal mission of sorts to let the world know that Tiger Woods should be forgiven for his infidelities, while his wife, Elin Nordegren, should be blamed:
About an hour ago, Kevin Smith began tweeting about a very unpleasant experience he had this evening while on a Southwest flight—namely, that he was thrown off of the plane for being "way fat."
We've all been that person stuck sitting behind someone in a hat. It's always awkward. Do I shoulder-tap the person and ask them to take it off? Is that rude? Is it rude to be wearing a hat?
One of the grossest words in the English language — "wifey" — is now part of a trending topic on Twitter. After the jump, some examples of what #arealwifey does.
Is Katy Perry pregnant? I have no idea! But People thinks she might be dropping "pregnancy hints" on her Twitter page, based on a few things she's written lately. Let's look at the evidence, shall we, Rescue Rangers?