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NAME: Nathan Ghar-jun Adrian
WEIGHT: 220 lbs.
of man meat
HAILS FROM: Washington state
ETHNICITY: Caucasian and Chinese
OLYMPIC EVENTS: 100-meter free and the 4×100-meter freestyle relay
FUN FACTS: Adrian’s Chinese middle name means “Little Pony”; he won a gold medal in Beijing for the 4×100 freestyle relay even though he didn’t swim in the final; he drinks chocolate milk while he showers (oh to be that chocolate milk!)
It happens every four years. No, I’m not just talking about the Olympics. I’m talking about Continue reading BABEWATCH: Meet My Olympics Boyfriend, Swimmer Nathan Adrian
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Am I the only one that’s totally in love with this commercial?
Maybe it’s because I’m a lifelong Calbee chip whore, am a freak for dancing dogs, and believe that true artistry requires no explanation. But while peeps on YouTube call this spot “creepy” and “disturbing” and the vast majority of folks on Buzzfeed are left wondering “WTF,” all I can think is: “HOW CAN I GET THIS BIG, PERVY DOG TO DANCE WITH TWO PLATES AS PROPS AT MY NEXT BIRTHDAY?”
That, and “I’m hungry.”
Seriously… it can’t possibly be just me.
Eat that, Prez-haters!
[via LA Weekly]
I know I’m gonna be in the
model minority here, but there’s something different about these two wacktors. They’re looking better than usual:
Maybe it’s the beard-fest (yummers…so scruffy), but maybe it’s the Toyota logo. Suddenly Reeves and Brody seem practical, reliable, intuitive, smooth-riding, fuel-efficient, streamlined, forward-thinking, and aesthetically pleasing, for a reasonable price.
Guys, I’m moving to Hawaii. I’m leaving to go eat tiny, delicious hamburger sliders at The Counter. That is, The Counter in Honolulu, Hawaii. If anyone wants my place here in LA, It’s got a ridiculous simultaneous view of Downtown and the Hollywood sign, two avocado trees, two orange trees, an expansive yard, and (sadly) a very annoying neighbor.
Why move, you ask? I just like burgers.
Either that, or I just like first-time restaurateurs:
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We learned via TechCrunch that the newest Interwebs sensation in Japan is a social networking/virtual dating site called Webkare (“web boyfriend”). The site is geared exclusively towards girls and, to participate, they compete and collaborate with other members to win the heart of one four desirable cartoon boys on the site.
Let’s ignore the details of the competition for now. From a glance at the boys, I can admit that they are among the, um, prettiest virtual people I’ve ever seen. But until somebody looks like my boyfriend Teppei Teranishi…
This week, my
crush hot boyfriend Teppei Teranishi, axe-grinder of Thrice and fellow Orange County alum, turns 27. May he continue to be so frickin’ hot forever, and spend this evening doing something hot and/or fun and/or pleasant–or all three, like dancing in my dreams.
Word on the street is that hip-hop-heavenly Tae Yang–originally known as YB from Korean quintet Big Bang– has released his first solo mini-album, entitled “HOT.”
Um, see those abs? I think the release is aptly titled. That shit is sizzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzling.
And I’ve figured out how he keeps his tummy that way. Check out his bomb-ass moves below, in the video for “Prayer” featuring Teddy.
Hot! Hot! Hot!
See more (cuz you want more) of Tae Yang here.
We don’t know about you guys, but we foresee a bit of an obsession with Bravo’s new eliminasian series, Step It Up & Dance.
Jesse Spano Elizabeth Berkley? People getting served in dance-offs? Sometimes we wonder if there is anything more to life at all.*
This season, we’ve definitely got our eye on Michelle, a 30-year old Filipina whose mom was a dancer too (saucy!) and refers to herself as “Mochi.”
The jury’s still out on the nickname Mochi, though. We certainly have a hard time referring to anybody that isn’t soft and gooey with a sweet red bean paste inside as such. But maybe that’s just something she hasn’t divulged yet. Let us know if you hear anything!
*We asked 10 people on the street just now. There isn’t.
DIANA: [picks up phone] Heeelloooo, House of Pies.
JEN: Whhhaaaat’s up, dude.
DIANA: Good afternoon, Ms. Lady! How are you?
JEN: Not so hot. We killed a bottle of Armagnac last night over the Top Chef Finale. You?
DIANA: I watched it too! I put down about 3 litres of Balvenie just to add some flow to Padma’s awkward live chatter.
JEN: Her hair has never looked better.
DIANA: So true.
JEN: Dude, how psyched are you that Hung won?
DIANA: I jumped up and cheered and had to be calmed! He couldn’t have deserved it more. People have been trying to stuff that guy down all season, but as sure as I am Vietnamese, I knew he could do it.
JEN: Totally. He earned it, and it was really beautiful. Did you hear Todd English’s “Michelin 3-star” comment? I almost cried.
DIANA: Totally, and you know, if he hadn’t won, his entire family would have stopped talking to him completely.
JEN: Oh yeah. He would have been like a batter just after striking out, and nobody in the dugout would’ve even looked him in the eye.
DIANA: So for him, I am psyched that he won.
JEN: Thrilled. I was behind him all along.
DIANA: Me too. As sure as I am Vietnamese, I was. Yeah, he really honored his family traditions by modernizing all those fantastic Asian flavors, without using any stupid words like “Cal-fusion.”
JEN: Okay already.
JEN: Okay, okay, you’re Vietnamese, he’s Vietnamese. I got it.
DIANA: What? What? I’m just saying that Hung and I go together like tender pork, shrimp, and mint leaf in a delicate spring roll.
JEN: Oh my god! You’re out of your mind!
DIANA: Who’s out of their mind? What, are you trying to say that Hung isn’t hot like a fresh, steaming bowl of Pho? And me, by associasian?
JEN: You’re losing some ground here.
DIANA: Ground pork? We use a lot of ground pork. And fish sauce.
JEN: Quit it.
DIANA: Quit what?
JEN: That thing you’re doing.
DIANA: What? [Whistles] We win.
JEN: What did you say?
JEN: Did you just say “We win?”
DIANA: Um, no.
JEN: Yes you did! Yes you fucking did! I heard you!
DIANA: Well, we do win. A Vietnamese dude won Top Chef. He’s the very best. He made Rocco Dispirito twinkle. I win.
JEN: Oh, now you win?
DIANA: What, I’m sorry, I was just thinking about the aromatic qualities of lemongrass.
JEN: You’re out of control.
DIANA: I’m what? I’m out of chili paste?
JEN: I gotta go. I called to talk about Hung.
DIANA: I talked about Hung!
JEN: Uh huh.
DIANA: I’m glad he won! I’m really proud of him! He did our people proud.
JEN: I’m going to ignore that “our people” remark.