Here’s some full disclosure for your Monday morning: when I was a kid, I used to sit and listen to the “Annie” soundtrack for hours. More
Spikeroll, just chilling in the sophisticated way he likes to chill. More
Sometimes, it’s easy to forget Courtney Stodden is just 17-years-old, so it was nice/infinitely frightening to hear tell of her “crazy” life: all waking up at noon and making husband Doug Hutchinson pick up after her. More
Editor in Chief Jennifer Wright really wanted to discuss Marcel The Shell With Shoes On, while Deputy Editor Ashley Cardiff wanted to talk about shamelessly faking orgasms. Since this was too much like Sophie’s Choice, they decided to do both. More
Have you ever wondered? We’ve wondered a lot. More
We love a good sexy Halloween costume, but would Dorothy all go mini-skirted and sparkly? Really? Maybe. Oz can do weird stuff to you. Let’s examine the logic behind the transformation, because it’s important you be able to explain the psychology behind your Halloween consume to everyone. ESPECAILLY if people don’t ask. More
This is Hope Dworaczyk. Everyone be nice to Hope Dworaczyk, because she is not long for this world. Not long at all. How do I know this? Because I had fish as a kid. I would always get them and … More
We were pretty inspired by The Hairpin’s take on how your favorite American Girl doll shaped the rest of your life. (Felicity). (I was. Ashley was a Kirsten.) (I also had a Samantha.) (You?) But ultimately, we feel like we know a lot more about you based on whether you were an Eloise or an Anne. Who were you? Find your favorite childhood heroine and let us make all kinds of assumptions about you! And if we forgot yours (we probably did) let us know what it was. More
We weren’t Dolphin, Unicorn or Horse girls because to be any of those girls we probably would have had to have 1) gone out in sunlight or 2) had friends who talked about unicorns, and since the Dungeons & Dragons kids were too cool for us, that never came up. Which is to say, I think the real question at TheGloss is “Were you a Yoda girl? Or an Ewok girl?” Ashley and I will debate their merits:
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This bracelet — which looks like Lucite, but I can’t be sure — actually turned me off at first glance. But the more I looked at it, the more it became reminiscent of the carefree summer afternoons of childhood, when a young girl could play with accessories and not care whether they looked like they were from Claire’s, or whether they were age-appropriate, or whether they matched the rest of what she was wearing. More
Ah, the life of a twenty- or early-thirty-something. According to the world and the New York Times, many of us are in a prolonged adolescence, not embracing adulthood to the level expected by society, yet also not getting any younger, as predicted by biology.
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Bethenny Frankel has claimed that she had a dysfunctional childhood in every season of Real Housewives of New York. In one episode, she says, “I was raised in a cave…by wolves.” Bethenny made it seem as though she had to … More
Silly Bandz are everywhere. Literally, they’re everywhere. On the street, in the subway, on the floor, in the bathroom, on young kids, moms, dads, boyfriends, girlfriends and I’ve even seen a Silly Band on a dog’s paw. They’re taking over … More