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Hot Men Don’t Have to Look Like Hell

| July 18, 2013 | 0 Comments

When your iPhone tells you it’s 95 degrees in New York City, it doesn’t account for the steam from sewer grates, and boiling hotdog water wafting in your face — to say nothing of the fact that standing next to the M16 bus can raise the heat level index to at least another sixteen degrees. […]

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From JFK to Benedict XVI — How to Drink and Dress Like the Famous

| February 27, 2013 | 0 Comments

When we opened up our new online Glittersnipe store (featuring some of our favorite memes on t-shirts, totes, mugs, caps, and stickers), we were amazed how well — and how quickly — they’ve been catching on. Apparently a few of these items even have the ability to time travel, as well.  ___________ Queen Elizabeth II […]

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Mary McFadden Is Incredibly Annoyed — And She Thinks You’re an Idiot

| November 24, 2012 | 5 Comments

 A few years back while lunching with a friend at Soho’s Aquagrill, my guest noticed the famed bohemian aristocrat/couturier sitting adjacent to us on the banquette. I looked up and indeed it was her — that immovable coif still slicked as severe as it has been for several decades, and her face, preternaturally tight and […]

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Drive a Stake Through Kristen Stewart’s Terrifying Dress. Please.

| November 15, 2012 | 1 Comment

The New York Post called it the “no apologies dress,” but someone needs to apologize to starlet Kristen Stewart for letting her leave the house in that frock. The Twilight star stepped out with famous boyfriend-cum-cuckold Robert Pattinson for the premiere of the final installment of the Twilight film franchise. But fuck the movie. We […]

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The Parade of Nations: The Best and the Worst

| July 28, 2012 | 7 Comments

  Four years ago we sat with jaws unhinged, eyes bulging, and in between awe-struck gasps, billions of us around the world uttered in hundreds of languages: “You’ll never be able to top that!” Beijing had something to prove, and they proved it tenfold. And it was evident, even back then from Great Britain’s teaser […]

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Five Surefire Ways to Beat the Heat (or Get Drunk Trying)

| June 18, 2012 | 3 Comments

Shortly before the cabin door closed on my VietNam Airlines flight to Saigon, the flight attendants, dressed in traditional ao dais, glided elegantly up the aisles fumigating the aircraft with insecticide. I covered my mouth and looked around bug-eyed at the rest of the passengers causally flipping through magazines and laughing with their children as […]

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Beauty and the Bleach: The Quest for a Whiter Shade of Pale

| April 27, 2012 | 6 Comments

Nothing gave my ego a bigger boost than that first week in Hanoi in 2005. Whether shopping, or dinning at an outdoor café in the old French Quarter, or boarding a ship in Ha Long Bay, it was nearly impossible for me to escape the flattery. Women especially would take my pale arm and hold […]

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