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If you visit GL’s Facebook page,
you’ve probably noticed that I was tuned in to ESPN last night to watch the final rounds of
the Scripps National Spelling Bee. Those kids spelled for hours, and I’m not
embarrassed to admit that I recognized maybe 1 in every 10 words.
After nearly two-dozen rounds, Indian-American Sukanya Roy came out on top. This was the 14-year-old’s third and final trip to the Scripps National Spelling Bee. Her winning word? “Cymotrichous,” a Greek-derived adjective meaning having wavy hair.
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In an interview with Vanity Fair, he talked a bit about ex-girlfriend Jessica Biel…just long enough to say that she was the most significant person in his life, and that he was going to protect her and their relationship by not sharing any more deets.
I don’t know about you, but in the age of Facebook and social media over-shares, privacy is a little something I’m starting to value more than ever. I’m raising my water bottle to Justin and his lack of loose lips. Let’s hope this is the start of a trend, huh?
Wanna privatize your life? Think before you send that status update and do your FB account a favor: Tighten up those privacy settings, babes.
Checking out other folks’ signature looks
The Sartorialist is so well known now that he has a coffee-table book, but this fashion photog isn’t exactly letting fame going to his head. He’s doing the same thing he did way back in 2005: Hitting the streets to snap shots of ordinary people going about their lives…in style. When I’m looking for a new way to wear an Oxford shirt or pencil skirt, I turn to him and his iconic pics for inspiration.
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Tell me, babes, what’s inspiring you?