Everyday when Stanley comes home from work, he changes into what he calls, "baby-mode." For the 29 year-old, that means adult-sized jammies, legos scattered around his play-pen and a baby bottle not far from reach. It's just a way to relax, explains Stanley, the subject of a new episode of NatGeo's series, "Taboo". Stanley is an adult baby, a fascinating category of fetishists who regress into the creature comforts of their toddler years, regardless of their age. Stanley claims it's not a sexually driven impulse for him, but just a way to feel at ease in this cold, flinty world.
In his home, he's built a playpen that can hold the weight of a grown man, he's decorated his bedroom like a nursery, and every morning he's woken up by a nurse who coos at him softly over his crib. "There's nothing like waking up in a crib," he says.
As disturbing and not not heartbreaking as this is-I believe him. Babies have it good. But if you've ever felt compelled to pamper yourself the way you do
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- Piper Weiss, Shine Staff | Love + Sex – Wed, May 4, 2011 6:24 PM EDT
In the early 90s, everyone wanted to be Shannen Doherty. As the star of "Beverly Hills 90210," the hottest show on TV, she was required to make out with the hottest male co-star with the hottest eye-brow scar in teen drama history. Everything was going so well/...until it wasn't. When exactly was the tipping point for Shannon Doherty? An unearthed MTV news clip from 1993 reveals the exact moment when Brenda became the most hated woman in media. The video, going viral almost 20 years after it first aired, seems to point to a few simultaneous convergences of nature.
- A bad idea for a band
- A bad smoking habit
- A distractingly hot John Corbett not asked enough questions
- And a newsletter called 'I Hate Brenda Walsh'.
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Neon lips, blue eyeshadow, shimmering glitter, and golden bronzers: This spring, some of the most dramatic looks we saw on the runways are making their way onto our faces. But not everything we dabble on pleases everyone. We had a hunch that some of our biggest beauty obsessions might be turn-offs for guys...so we went ahead asked. Prepare yourself: brutal honesty ensues.Read More »from Make-up women love but men hate
1. Heavy foundation and powders: "The inch-thick powder is a huge turn-off," says Maxim senior editor Nick Leftley. "No guy wants to kiss a girl on the cheek and then find he¹s wearing foundation himself." A flaking face is one thing, but when your cheek becomes a palette of skin-tone colors, men pay attention...and not the good attention. "I'm always amazed to see women with two-tone faces, two apparently different shades of skin on the face, as if they apply makeup in the dark," says James Oliver Cury, the online editorial director at Maxim. "I'd rather see one greasy face than some sort of melanin imbalance. The
Chariots, a handsome prince and a beautiful bride. This morning, everyone from newscasters to busy moms were swept away by the fairy-tale wedding. So what did kids think?
"It was exiting when the wedding was happening but the other bit was boring," says one little boy in the UK celebrating his day off from school by taping commentary on YouTube.
Around the world, kids weighed in on a ceremony worthy of a Disney movie, but not everyone under the age of 18 was as impressed as their parents.
In one adorable video posted right after Kate and Will said their vows, a dad asks his young daughter what she thought of the ceremony. "It sucks!" she says, though clearly amused by the question. "Why don't you marry a prince?" ribs her father. "Dad, I'm only 10."
Another young YouTube veteran, sent this message to Kate and Will: "Happy wedding...I hope you don't divorce!"
On Twitter, the divide between parents and kids was no less pronounced. "Why is my mum crying as if Kate is her daughter?" a
- Piper Weiss, Shine Staff | Parenting – Fri, Apr 29, 2011 4:57 PM EDTKate and William invoke the memory of Lady Diana, riding in the chariot she rode as a young bride in 1981. (AP Photo/Tom Hevezi)Five months ago, when Prince William first announced to the world he'd given a ring to Kate Middleton, he made it clear that only one other woman mattered as much to him.
"It's my mother's engagement ring," he told the press of the sapphire and diamond engagement heirloom. "Obviously she's not going to be around to share any of the fun and excitement of it all -- this was my way of keeping her close to it all."
During every step of their path down the aisle, Kate and William have made a point to keep Lady Diana's memory alive. Today's wedding was no exception. They recited their vows at the Westminster Abbey, the historic church where Diana's memorial was held for 3 million mourners in 1997. Then, William was just a teenager, and his solemn march behind his mother's coffin was in stark contrast to the beaming stride he took down the aisle today.
But the church itself wasn't the only reminder of Diana's parting. Bishop of London Richard Chartres, who also spoke at Diana'sRead More »from Prince William and Kate Middleton honor Dianaâ€™s memory
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