Is Exposed Butt Crack the Next Big Fashion Trend?  Plumber Chic?

Is Exposed Butt Crack the Next Big Fashion Trend? Plumber Chic?

Here’s proof that eventually EVERYTHING becomes a fashion trend for a moment. Because, allegedly, PLUMBER CHIC has arrived.

A high fashion company called Vetements is about to start selling new jeans that have a zipper on the butt . . . so you can expose a little BUTT CRACK. Or your full butt crack, if you’re in the mood.

Based on Vetements’ usual prices, a pair will probably cost as much as your rent, so you might need to figure out a more do-it-yourself method if you want to get in on this hot new exposed butt crack trend.

(Mashable

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Five Common Phrases People Get Wrong All the Time

Five Common Phrases People Get Wrong All the Time

Do you know anyone who says “supposably” instead of “supposedly”? The first one is wrong, so they look as dumb as Joey from “Friends”. But if you point it out, YOU feel like a jerk.

Here are five more common phrases we get wrong all the time . . .

1. “For all intensive purposes.” It’s really “for all INTENTS and purposes.” The other way is like saying, “for all these very thorough purposes.” Which doesn’t make sense.

2. “Nip it in the butt.” The correct phrase is “nip it in the BUD,” like a flower bud. The other way makes it sound like you want to BITE someone’s butt.

3. “One in the same.” If you say it like that, it doesn’t make sense. The real phrase is, “one AND the same,” which means two things are alike.

4. “Case and point.” The correct way to say it is, “case IN point.” It’s like saying, “Here’s an example of the point I’m trying to make.”

5. “I could care less.” If you say it like that, you’re really saying you DO care about something. The correct phrase is, “I COULDN’T care less.”

Here’s one more weird one: “You’ve got another thing coming” is technically wrong.

The original phrase was, “If that’s what you think, you’ve got another THINK coming.” We dropped the first part a long time ago, and now everyone says “thing.” So in that case, you sound like an idiot if you say it RIGHT.

(Business Insider)

A Denver DJ Got Canned for Allegedly Grabbing Taylor Swift’s Butt

A Denver DJ Got Canned for Allegedly Grabbing Taylor Swift’s Butt

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Denver radio personality DAVID MUELLER is suing TAYLOR SWIFT, after he got fired for allegedly grabbing her backside at a meet-and-greet two years ago. Mueller was working for KYGO at the time, under the air name JACKSON.

He and his girlfriend posed for a picture with Taylor, and she said he LIFTED HER SKIRT and grabbed her butt. The two of them were immediately ejected by Taylor’s security, and then his station fired him.

Mueller says it never happened. And while it was KYGO’s decision to fire him, he’s suing Taylor because her people called the station and reported the incident, and also supposedly provided “evidence”.

(CNN)

Grabbing Taylor Swift’s Butt

Six Things You Don’t Know About Your Butt

Six Things You Don’t Know About Your Butt

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Here are six things you probably don’t know about your BUTT . . .

  1.  Your butt muscles are the largest muscles in your body​.
  2.  Women have bigger butts than men because of estrogen. ​ Men’s bodies tell their fat to go to their stomachs . . . women’s estrogen directs it to their butts.
  3.  You can get skin cancer on your butt even if it’s covered. Skin cancer can appear on unlikely places like between your fingers and toes, on your underarms, your butt, and even your GENITALS.
  4.  There’s a word for being attracted to butts. It’s pygophilia.
  5.  A big butt is linked to intelligence. According to a University of Oxford study, being a woman with a big butt was linked to being more intelligent, supposedly due to having more omega-3 fats which help with brain development.
  6.  Your big butt also makes you less likely to get sick. That same University of Oxford study ​found that women with bigger butts are less likely to get diabetes and heart disease, even though those two things are usually associated with obesity.

 

(Cosmopolitan)

The Top Ten Lies Men and Women Tell

The Top Ten Lies Men and Women Tell

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A new study looked at the most common lies men and women tell, and the top lie for BOTH is, “Nothing’s wrong, I’m fine”. Here are the top ten lies women tell.

  1.  “Nothing’s wrong, I’m fine.”
  2.  “This isn’t new, I’ve had it forever.”
  3.  “It wasn’t that expensive.”
  4.  “It was on sale.” That’s three in a row that are shopping related.
  5.  “I’m on my way.”
  6.  “I don’t know where that is, I haven’t touched it.”
  7.  “I didn’t drink that much.”
  8.  “I’ve got a headache.”
  9.  “No, I didn’t throw that away.”
  10.  “Sorry, I didn’t see your call.”

Now here are the top ten lies MEN tell . . .

  1.  “Nothing’s wrong, I’m fine.”
  2.  “This will be my last drink.”
  3.  “No, your butt doesn’t look big in that.”
  4.  “I didn’t have cell phone service.”
  5.  “My battery died.”
  6.  “Sorry, I didn’t see your call.” That’s the third one in a row about not wanting to talk on the phone.
  7.  “I didn’t drink that much.”
  8.  “I’m on my way.”
  9.  “It wasn’t that expensive.”
  10.  “I’m stuck in traffic.”

The survey also found that women are bigger liars than men when it comes to social media. 64% of women regularly lie or exaggerate on Facebook and Twitter, compared to just 36% of men.

(Daily Mail)

 

Top Ten Lies