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When it comes to videogames, I'm more of an RPG person really (Xenogears is still my all-time favourite), but there's something about this much-buzzed about trailer that makes me want to try this game out. This trailer deserves an award.
Warning: If you haven't seen it yet, be prepared. You might cry a little. There's a dead girl in it.
Someone from Taylor Swift's camp decided to take what looks like a candid photograph of her during a recent trip to the Caribbean. Switft's reps said this is not an "official" released photo and did not approve of the pic's spread on Twitter.
Official or not, one can't deny the wonderful realization that she does have a nice looking bottom.
25-year old Russian model Irina Shayk (like "milkshake") has been chosen to grace the cover of one of the most awaited magazines of the year - the 2011 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.
Discovered in 2004 while on a train to Moscow, this is her fifth time appearing in SI's swimsuit issue. But don't let that make you think she's just another pretty face. Irina Shayk (her real last name is actually Shaykhlislamova) is an ambassador for Pomogi, a Russian charity that provides for sick children. She and her sister also helped raise funds to rebuild the children's ward in her hometown's main hospital.
An amazing woman with a bikini body and a heart of gold. Always a great combination.
Oh right, I mentioned something about bodypaint...
For those of you who are familiar with her work, it does take a while to get used to seeing her so covered up. And for those of you who may not know who she is, it'd be best if you locked your doors first before looking her up on Google.
Japan has always been a reliable source of WTF gems. Now I'm not saying everyone in the country shares an interest in the wild - and very weird - side of life, but no one can deny that there are some people over there who are REALLY into some pretty messed up stuff.
I don't care much about the Superbowl. But I do care about Glee hottie Heather Morris - particularly if she's in a bikini. I've been falling behind on Season 2 episodes so I may have to buy the Blu-Ray soon and catch up on some Brittany rawr-ness.
Watch Heather Morris' interview/photoshoot for Teen Vogue after the break. She's not in a bikini in the video but she still does look purty. =)
Normally I don't watch MTV Cribs. All they do is pretty much show off all the stuff they got (which makes me, sadly, really jealous). I can't stand it. But this episode with Manny Pacquiao is different. Biased as I am, I don't mind getting a tour from a badass Filipino like him.
I cringed a little, then immediately facepalmed myself, when I saw the photo Yahoo used for its feature article on heart health.
Here's my question: If you're gonna talk about something important as maintaining a healthy heart, shouldn't you at least make sure the photo you're using as a header accurately shows where the heart REALLY is in the body?
I try to give my favourite Victoria's Secret Angel a salute whenever I can. Seriously, if there was ever a petition to start a "Miranda Kerr Day" I'd be one of the first to write my name - IN ALL CAPS.
On behalf of all men who appreciate true beauty that comes in sexy lingerie slash bikini packages, I would like to thank you Ms. Kerr for gracing Asian Awesome with your hotness.
If you lived through the early days of 8-bit gaming like I have, there's a good chance you've played this badass of a game. Like Battle City, this was another classic I grew up playing. Just in case you didn't know, Galaga is a shooter arcade game released by Namco (studio that made Tekken) in 1981. You control a fixed plane and shoot aliens. Simple.