Rejected TXT Wine Ideas

LMK!!! Vioginer
OK!!! Rosé
BRB Gewurztraminer
kdfjsvhsba aersaofh 2 Liter Chablis
PLZ? 4ME? Prosecco
Get Horn New!! Auto-Correct Series Reserve Blend Sangiovese
IMHO ... Carmenere
URAQT Beaujolais
GTFO! Malbec
:) :) :( Fume Blanc
RU Sleeping??? Booty Call Bordeaux
POS!!! Watered Down Vodka Lemonade READ MORE

Real Housewives Spin-Off Proposals

The pitch: After too many seasons of getting the villain edit, Jill from RHNYC decides to absolve herself AND return to her real estate roots, helping troubled and attractive live-in couples to go from renters to buyers. READ MORE

Nine Things to Name Your Oregon Trail Family


Alternate Titles for Sheryl Crow’s New Cookbook, If It Makes You Healthy: More Than 100 Delicious Recipes Inspired by the Seasons

Anything But Sit-Down: Quick Snacks for Your Next Cocktail Party READ MORE

Done Anything Lately? You Might Be a Role Model

Say what you will about the current spiritual zeitgeist, but I take comfort in the fact that these days it's just so easy-peasy to become a guru! Check it out — in the old days it was like, “learn all thesevedas, exercise humility, live under this one tree, and confront (capital T) Truth.” As a regular person in 2011, you only have to go so far as throwing the word “guru” after the word “social media” (mouthbarf) in your Twitter bio. But as a celebrity it takes a little bit more work: You must write a book. And if you happen to be a lady celebrity, it has to be a self-help book for young women or girls. Maybe it’s not an immediate concern to you Hairpinners, but just think — if these failed sitcom actresses don’t speak out to the next generation, how will all the little Avas and Madisons of the world find self-confidence gurus? Ask their mothers? Read a book about Lucretia (unfortunate middle name, Coffin) Mott? Share their unique talents with others?  I don’t think so!  Apparently, what these girls need to do is Ask Elizabeth. READ MORE

The Baby-Sitters Club: Where Are They Now?