“Reader Emails,” “Dr. Reality Steve,” & Next “Bachelor” Talk, and Holy Crap, US Weekly Credited Me For Something

Can someone help me out here? Are women across America going to be able to function like normal human beings today now that the first “50 Shades of Grey” trailer has been released? Are all the sexually frustrated, bored housewives out there now in full freak out mode that their mommy porn movie is officially starting to come to life? This is a big day for them you know. They are a different breed. Kinda like the Star Wars nerds getting a hard on when JJ Abrams tweets a picture of the Millennium Falcon from the set of the new movie, I feel like there’s the same reaction happening today seeing clips of this movie. Then again, if your life revolves around the release of a movie 6 months away, there probably isn’t much hope for you to begin with. I’ve never read any of the three books, nor do I plan to. But has any man? Ever? What guy would read fantasy porn? I mean maybe there are some freaks out there with wild … Continue reading

The “Bachelorette” Andi “Men Tell All” Recap Incl Tweets About the Plane Video and Who Was the Woman in the Audience?

Yesterday was a big day in my family. My sister had to tell Olivia that Santa Claus wasn’t real. To say Olivia didn’t take that well would be an understatement. A lot of you have seen Olivia on the video chats before and she’s quite the observant one. However, she was completely in the dark on the whole Santa thing. She’s starting 5th grade next year, and in the course of a recent conversation with one of her friends, the topic of Santa got brought up, her friend said, “You still believe in Santa?,” Olivia said yes, the friend actually went along with it, but once my sister was told the story, she felt it was time to tell her. And that’s when the waterworks came in. Olivia is kinda of like me in that she has a lot of questions about things, and this was no different. She didn’t understand where the presents came from, how she got things on her Xmas list if there wasn’t a Santa, the Elf on the Shelf phenomenon, … Continue reading