Today’s Guest Hoyden is whoozqueen. Whoozqueen blogs at “Oohsome: Ooh, I’ve Got Something to Show You!”. Whoozqueen is a 39 year old crafter, gamer and rampant netizen, with a keen eye for the handmade and unusual. If she’s not roaming… Read More ›
Blokes calling out blokes: Tommy on Celebrity Big Brother UK
The sixth season of Celebrity Big Brother UK is underway.
Rapper, self-confessed “shit-stirrer”, and supremely annoying fuckknuckle Coolio, who has been engaged in a prolonged campaign of sexual harassment against Ben and Michelle, is the one getting on my wick the most.
Blokes calling out blokes: “Butterbodies” on Spike TV
[Left to right: Drew Barrymore, Tyra Banks, and Sara Ramirez.]
After airing those Douchebag oTY contestants, here are some mad props – to an unlikely sort of crowd, the commentariat at Spike TV.
A burbling blurb for Deep Blue
A quick word to absolutely recommend the show we went to see last night (thank you $corporate employer for the free tickets!). I’m pretty sure everyone in the band was a hoyden, including the blokes. Deep Blue bills itself as… Read More ›
Marry, Shag, Cliff: Classic ER
I remember watching that first episode of ER. Like you, I gasped when Carol Hathaway was wheeled in. It’s the first time I recall a TV show dealing with the sharp end of suicide attempts on TV. Hathaway was originally… Read More ›
MIA: long post in the works
I’ve got a lot of reading and writing to do for a long post coming up, that I will post both here and over at Feminism 101, on Rape Myth Acceptance and negative attitudes towards victims of sexual violence, in… Read More ›
The Great Scrabble Firewall
Facebookers have probably been following the saga of Scrabulous, the online game that looks and behaves rather like Scrabble. Scrabulous was well put together, and allowed me to play with my friends all over the globe, in group and one-on-one games.
Well, it was fun while it lasted. Despite their IP claims being rather, erm, shaky, Mattel-Hasbro seems to have brought down Scrabulous; it’s now only available for people who don’t live in the USA or Canada.
“Not to worry!”, they bugled. “We’ll bring out our own authentic version for you!”