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Oprah had been using it for over a year! 

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Wednesday, June 8, 2011

I've temporarily & indefinitely relocated...

Dear beloved readers,

I've decided to take a break from this blog and experiment with something new. My sincere apologies for not informing you of this change sooner.

If you'd like to continue following me, you can find my latest posts/rants/raves/comedic delights at:


I hope you'll join me there as I so enjoy sharing my words with you. :) 


Jenny from the blog

Friday, May 6, 2011

Dare you to let her be your one and only

Jumped on the Adele bandwagon and have no intention of jumping off anytime soon. The song below is my favorite track off her new album. Listen carefully.

Thursday, May 5, 2011

If I didn't already love and admire his ultimate coolness and if I didn't already fully intend on purchasing and reading his new autobiography (praised by such acclaimed critics as The New York Times), this self-written description of Steven Tyler's apparent literary masterpiece totally would have won me over:

"I've been mythicized, Mick-icized, eulogized and fooligized, I've been Cole-Portered and farmer's-daughtered, I've been Led Zepped and 12-stepped. I'm a rhyming fool and so cool that me, Fritz the Cat, and Mohair Sam are the baddest cats that am. I have so many outrageous stories, too many, and I'm gonna tell 'em all. All the unexpurgated, brain-jangling tales of debauchery, sex & drugs, transcendence & chemical dependence you will ever want to hear."

Order your copy of Does the Noise in My Head Bother You? HERE.

I want her lipstick gun and I want it now.

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

It Gets Better

One of the best things I've ever seen:

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

The 3 Best Friends that Anybody Could Have...

Something about Zach Galifianakis' singing in this TV spot for The Hangover Part 2 absolutely killed me:

Sunday, May 1, 2011

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Sadness Is Her Boyfriend

Therefore, she's going to get a little drunk and just like Robyn, she's going to dance on her own. Doesn't matter if it's in front of a roomful of strangers. Do it, Lykke Li. DANCE IT OUT.

I hate this. I hate this video. I hate this song. This song is miserable.

I can't stop listening.

Watching the video doesn't make the song any better. Even the Skarsgard in it (Viking vampire Eric's real life daddy) doesn't help.

Somebody give this gorgeous chick a hug before I burst into tears (again). Lykke Li, why are you so sad? Your new album is fan-freaking-tastic. It's nothing to cry over.

Watch her newest video below and then listen to the entire album, Wounded Rhymes, and join in on my Lykke Li obsession.

Monday, March 28, 2011

I Wanna Bulletproof Dancer

Send me a mashup of Robyn and Whitney and you're on a roll.

Send me a mashup of Robyn and Whitney and La Roux and Taylor Swift and there's a very good chance I might fall in love with you.

The following amazingness was emailed to me earlier today and thus, my day was made. It took everything within me, and I mean everything, not to turn up the volume on my speakers at work, jump on my desk, and bust a freaking move.

To make it even better, the mashup comes with a pretty cool mashed up music video, featuring a tripped out '80s drag queen esque version of Ms. Houston.

AND as if that isn't enough, this song can be downloaded along with a slew of other cool mashups for FREE right HERE.

Titus Jones, whoever you are, you're my new favorite being. He's no Girl Talk, which I for some reason can't get enough of lately, but he's entertaining to no avail. I'll be dancing to the above mix and nothing else for at least the next week. Hope this makes your day as much as it made mine.

Monday, March 21, 2011

That's Sweet like Bear Meat

It's moments like this that make me miss my sister:

"I'm gunna get new sneakers this week. I have a Nike GPS on my iPhone and it maps how far I go and how quick and it saves all the data and at the end of my run Tracy Morgan gives me a compliment. If it's a new personal record, Lance Armstrong talks to me. If not, it's Tracy and he says something ridiculous like 'You got your run in. That's sweet like bear meat!' or 'You're hot like FIIIIIRE!' or 'You ran more miles this week than last. That's nice.'"

Sunday, March 20, 2011

You Go Girl

I often find myself falling in love with New York City all over again for the simplest and usually most random of reasons. Today was no exception.

Earlier tonight I was enjoying a delicious mix of margaritas and chips and guacamole at a Mexican joint on the Lower East Side with a very good friend of mine. As he told me about his plan to quit his amazing, yet non-rewarding job at a successful fashion company to pursue bartending and go-go dancing, I glanced out the window beside our table. This was likely done in an attempt to hide the fact from him that I was rolling my eyes uncontrollably. It's an impolite and nasty habit that I've been trying to break for some time now. My rolling eyes landed upon an inspiring display of graffiti so uplifting that I interrupted said friend's declaration of liberation from the world of handbags to point it out. It looked a little something like this...

An admirable city hooligan had painted "YOU GO GIRL" in thick black letters across the top of a building across the street from our restaurant. I would have taken a picture had it not been as far away as it was and had I not recently dropped my digital camera after a regrettable night of drinking my first and only Four Loko. This painted statement made my day. I wonder who the culprit was. Who felt the need to compliment and congratulate the ladies of the Lower East Side? I'd like to shake their hand.

Now, since this blog is strictly pop culture themed, I'll tell you that I think the above mentioned spray painting hooligan would have been proud of me for the purchase I made before heading to dinner. His or her "YOU GO GIRL" would have been directed at the jackpot I hit while thrift shopping with my go-go friend. I came across a pair of black oxfords poised elegantly amongst a pile of meager shoes. They immediately caught my eye and I snatched them from the table, admiring their impeccable condition and four inch heels. The saleswoman said they could be mine for a mere $15. After 3 seconds of debate, I asked her to hold them, exited the flea market, withdrew $20 from an ATM a block away, turned around, headed straight back to her and paid. 

I changed into them upon arriving at the restaurant and afterwards, strutted all the way home to Brooklyn in them. 

Part of the reason I love them so much is because of Taylor Swift. She's been photographed all over traipsing around in various styles of the classic shoe. And to that I say, YOU GO GIRL.

Taylor's Oxfords

Jenny's Oxfords

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Dancing in Houston

Welp, this made my Saturday. And now I'm ready to DANCE.

A friend sent it to me. A friend that knows me oh SO well. It's a mashup of Robyn's "Dancing on My Own" and Whitney Houston's "How Will I Know". It's pure genius and I'll never stop listening. To join in on my listening obsession, click on the pic below. Happy Saturday, y'all.

Friday, March 18, 2011

Franco's Tweets Continue

Daniel Desario James Franco is hands down my most favorite tweeter. His photos and videos get weirder and more frequent every day. The videos are my favorite, as they're often bizarre snippets of his day, sometimes featuring cats, sometimes featuring nothing at all.

All randomness aside, I find them to be ever so intriguing. I find myself equally entranced and confused and all the while wondering if he's on drugs or if he's just artistically amazing. Regardless, please don't stop tweeting, Daniel James.

Take a look at my favorite tweeted videos so far...

For more inside the mind of Daniel Desario James Franco, click HERE.

Thursday, March 17, 2011

ANTM Season 16: Tyra's a Jokester!

Last night I spent a few hours catching up on the new season of America's Next Top Model. It was painful...but entertaining, I guess. The prizes remain surprisingly whopping this season - a contract with IMG (the TOP modeling agency in the world), a spread in Vogue Italia, a contract with Cover Girl, blah, blah, blah. The girls are just as nuts as every other cycle. If you've been watching, you MUST agree with me that Alexandria is like, the worst thing you've ever seen. In the premiere she declared, "I just have a natural swag." More like a natural stick up your ass and screw loose in your head! Maybe I should re-audition. Put these crazies in their place. Eh, maybe not.

Shockingly, Tyra annoyed me less than usual. Not sure why. Maybe it's the influence Harvard is having on her. Oh, you haven't heard? Yeah, Tyra Banks enrolled in Harvard Business School. She lives in a dorm and everything. I'm not joking. Look it up.

The one welcome change came at the very beginning of season 16 (16?! HOW?!). Instead of making 30+ girls each walk in front of Tyra and the judges to plea for a place on America's silliest reality contest, Tyra already had her top 14 chosen before they arrived in LA. Tyra, however, didn't want us to forget about that not-so-crucial part in the competition, so she mocked herself and her beloved wannabe models in a sketch of sorts. Dare I say it...Tyra was actually funny. See for yourself below:

Side note: Remember that TV movie Tyra was in years ago where she was a life-size Barbie who came to life? Was Lindsay Lohan in that, too? I gotta find it...