2012 YEAR IN REVIEW
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- Comedian (Unsurprisingly) Regrets Pranking Cops With iPhone-Shaped Cookies
Most people that talk on the phone while driving try to avoid the police. One comedian sought their attention with a prank that ultimately backfired: Stand-up comedian Randy Liedtke baked cookies in the shape of iPhones and "talked" while he drove, inviting cops to pull him over.
- Lovelorn Man's Online Search for Woman Backfires
Oh, to be young and in love—and naïve. Reese McKee, 25, launched an all-out Internet search to track down a young woman he fell head over heels for last New Year’s Eve, eliciting the support of more than 4,000 people on Facebook and garnering media coverage around the world. But now, after online sleuths have finally located her, a dejected McKee has called off the effort, as it appears the object of his affection does not want to be found.
- 'Perfect Woman' Image Is a Freakish Mashup Fantasy
- Bradley Cooper and Suki Waterhouse Finally Made Their Debut as a Couple! is an Engagement Up Next?
Bradley Cooper is one of the world's most eligible bachelors (and a former Sexiest Man Alive, to boot), but it looks like he may be off the market sooner than we'd like (which is to say, ever). Cooper and British model Suki Waterhouse, his girlfriend of nine months, stepped out for their first joint appearance last night at the New York premiere for Cooper's new movie, American Hustle. They got together shortly after Cooper and ex-girlfriend Zoë Saldana, who, just confirmed her recent marriage to Marco Perego, split. Cooper looked dashing as always in a gray suit and black tie, while Waterhouse donned a gray turtleneck dress.
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- The Victoria’s Secret Angel Leo Never Got His Hands On
- Is Special K's 'Fat Talk' Ad a Hit or Miss?
Women: Stop the fat talk! That's the message that cereal brand Special K wants to send, as part of a new campaign called "Shut Down the Fat Talk" with supermodel spokesperson Tyra Banks. For the campaign launched Tuesday, Special K scoured social media in search of self-deprecating messages women often post online that shame their bodies, such as, "My face is so fat today. It's like you're bullying yourself." The women then make a pack to end fat talk and love their bodies, as is. "What happens is that even if you engage in fat talk and don't mean it, the message seeps into your subconscious and eventually, you'll start to believe it," she says.
- Queen to Police: Stay Away From My Snacks
Some juicy tidbits about the royal family have come to light this week thanks to the the high-profile phone hacking trial going on in London right now. The most interesting — in a twee, banal kind of way — is the revelation that the Queen of England got “irritated” with the royal police guard protecting her and her family. The problem? Too much snacking.