Mike Woodson and the Knicks live to see another day

Keywords: carmelo anthony, baron davis, amare stoudemire, knicks, heat

Phew, that was a game I have been waiting for all postseason from the Knicks. Now while it might be too little too late, the Knickerbockers finally broke through against Miami forcing the Heat to take it to game 5. The Knicks did not shoot the lights out and they often looked as inadequete as usual. But Melo put the team on his back while dropping 41 points. And Amare even contributed a double double with his busted and bandaged hand, and in case you wanted to see the damage, this is what it looked like before being wrapped up.

 

 

Now the series is still 3-1 Miami. And the Knicks havex a lot to worry about after todays game. I can not stress enough how important this warning is. DO NOT WATCH THIS VIDEO IF SQUEAMISH. Baron Davis had his knee pretty much explode, he is done for what may be a long time. To pile on more bad, J.R. Smith shot just 3-15. He air balled multiple shots while absolutely bricking others off the backboard. It was actually more nauseating then the Davis injury.

 

 

So the point guard job is now that of Michael Bibby. Unless….could it be…..Jeremy Lin? There were rumbles of it throughout the game that Lin could potentially make a return if the Knicks were able to force a game 5. You wonder though if you really want a guys first game back be an elimination game against one of the best teams in the NBA. But hey, at this point the Knicks need to go all in, no team in the NBA has ever come back from a 3-0 deficit. If New York will be the first, they are going to need to take some gambles.




Protect your hair with this great invention!

Keyword: inventions, hair protection, food

Has this ever happened to you?  You’re enjoying your mean when suddenly you realize it has gotten in your hair?  Now your hair is all sticky and smells like pasta. It’s a terrible thing when this happens, but I have the product for you!

There are so many things wrong with this.  This is supposed to protect your hair from getting food in it. Can you imagine going out to eat with your friends as just as your meal comes out, pull this out of your purse and put it on? Is this really an issue? Do people really worry about getting food in their hair when they eat? And what exactly is keeping the bottom of her hair from going into her soup?

 

I’d love to get my hands on one of these and show up to one of Lauren’s (our weEATny girl) dinner parties with it.  Actually, they could make for some great party favors! haha

 

Thanks to my soon to be cousin-in-law, Denise for sending me this photo ;)




Katy Perry poses with her hot date

Keywords: pic of the day, katy perry, grandma

 

Katy Perry showed up to the Billboard Music Awards with her Grandmother as her date, how cute is that?   Katy tweeted earlier in the day, telling the world that her date was hotter than Las Vegas weather-   then showed up with her grandma, Ann Hudson.    This must be such an amazing experience for her grandma to experience a day in the life on the red carpet




Isabel Fay and Clever Pie, comics from the UK give it to you!

Keywords: thank you hater, isabel fay, clever pie

 

Comedienne Isabel Fay and the group Clever Pie from the UK have just released a hysterical video on Youtube called “Thank you Hater!” – a 4 minute Broadway style number that sarcastically addresses Internet haters, trolls and wankers! If you are easily offended, don’t watch – but if you love this kind of stuff, DIG IT!

 

I actually cant even pick my favorite part/line in the song…Isabel wrote and produced the vid herself. She is a comedienne in the UK who, like most of us, is not immune from such lovely comments as “I hope you die…” etc.

 

I officially dedicate this vid to my ex-best friends (literally) stupid boyfriend who hated on FB – and here’s how dumb he is – he trashed me for a comment on my page that wasn’t even about him – but he thought it was in all his low-IQ, narcissistic glory. (PS – the guy cant even spell “their, there and they’re” right). I also dedicate it to the stupid guy who emailed us at wePRIDEny.com telling me to ‘stop ruining rainbows’!

 

Enjoy, ya’ morons!

 

I hope her tribute to “those hard-working Internet trolls” rocks your day! Somehow, in just four-and-a-half incredibly satisfying, song-and-dance filled minutes, Fay and company give props to those poor, maligned “sexually aggressive, racist, homophobe, misogynistic, cowardly, illiterate, waste of human skin” that make the comments sections of our lives so colorful.

 

It’s hard to pick my favorite lines, but i think ‘you could improve your YouTube page by fucking off and dying” is tied with ” im pretty sure, if we met, you wouldn’t rape me like you said you would…”

 

So F*&! you, haters! Keep is coming!




An all natural look

Keyword: Barbie, afro

A group in Georgia plans to give out Barbie dolls this Christmas, but it’s not about the gift.  Their plan is to help young girls to feel more self-acceptance and self esteem. Candace McBride is a member of the African-American natural-hair group and will be coordinating the giveaway. She claims that it is hard to find dolls that are natural looking (it’s so very true, and so very sad). Online she found out how to take a Barbie doll and give her natural looking curls by using boiling water and pipe cleaners. ”We wanted to show the girls that basically, it’s OK the way God made you,” said member Jennifer Henderson. The message they are trying to give to young African-American girls, is to embrace their hair the way it is. Their goal is to make 40 dolls and while that doesn’t sound like a lot, think of the impact it will have on those 40 lucky little girls on Christmas morning.

Maybe they can only giveaway 39 and send the last one this way so I can add it to my Barbie collection? ;)

We think what this group is doing is wonderful. I embrace all hair types…long, short, thick, thin, orange, black, curly, straight. Everyone’s hair is beautiful in it’s own way!

 

I hope you enjoyed this Barbie filled day!  If you have any other cool Barbie style ideas, please don’t hesitate to send them our way!!

 

 




An all natural look

Keyword: Barbie, afro

A group in Georgia plans to give out Barbie dolls this Christmas, but it’s not about the gift.  Their plan is to help young girls to feel more self-acceptance and self esteem. Candace McBride is a member of the African-American natural-hair group and will be coordinating the giveaway. She claims that it is hard to find dolls that are natural looking (it’s so very true, and so very sad). Online she found out how to take a Barbie doll and give her natural looking curls by using boiling water and pipe cleaners. ”We wanted to show the girls that basically, it’s OK the way God made you,” said member Jennifer Henderson. The message they are trying to give to young African-American girls, is to embrace their hair the way it is. Their goal is to make 40 dolls and while that doesn’t sound like a lot, think of the impact it will have on those 40 lucky little girls on Christmas morning.

Maybe they can only giveaway 39 and send the last one this way so I can add it to my Barbie collection? ;)

We think what this group is doing is wonderful. I embrace all hair types…long, short, thick, thin, orange, black, curly, straight. Everyone’s hair is beautiful in it’s own way!

 

I hope you enjoyed this Barbie filled day!  If you have any other cool Barbie style ideas, please don’t hesitate to send them our way!!

 

 




An all natural look

Keyword: Barbie, afro

A group in Georgia plans to give out Barbie dolls this Christmas, but it’s not about the gift.  Their plan is to help young girls to feel more self-acceptance and self esteem. Candace McBride is a member of the African-American natural-hair group and will be coordinating the giveaway. She claims that it is hard to find dolls that are natural looking (it’s so very true, and so very sad). Online she found out how to take a Barbie doll and give her natural looking curls by using boiling water and pipe cleaners. ”We wanted to show the girls that basically, it’s OK the way God made you,” said member Jennifer Henderson. The message they are trying to give to young African-American girls, is to embrace their hair the way it is. Their goal is to make 40 dolls and while that doesn’t sound like a lot, think of the impact it will have on those 40 lucky little girls on Christmas morning.

Maybe they can only giveaway 39 and send the last one this way so I can add it to my Barbie collection? ;)

We think what this group is doing is wonderful. I embrace all hair types…long, short, thick, thin, orange, black, curly, straight. Everyone’s hair is beautiful in it’s own way!

 

I hope you enjoyed this Barbie filled day!  If you have any other cool Barbie style ideas, please don’t hesitate to send them our way!!