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Stereotyping explains why humans take pleasure in the pain of so many people, a new study suggests. This could be why we love hearing negative celebrity gossip and gobble up stories about political scandal. The study was published Oct. 24 in the
Kendall Jenner Gets Lippy with Collagen Injections? October 29, 2013 Extra's Gossip Girl is wondering if Kendall Jenner's plump pout has anything to do with collagen injections. Instagram / Getty Images The reality star posted a lippy photo on
28 October 2013 9 shares 9 View comments Tapping into a growing grooming trend, a men's only nail bar is set to open in Hollywood next month. The aptly named Hammer & Nails , on Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, is designed to look like a 'man cave', with
00 am by Celebuzz 0 comments It's that time of the week again when the celebrity weeklies hit the newsstands. To separate what's real and rumor, we turned to our friends at Gossip Cop for the 411 on this week's most controversial stories.
She sent me, a big Lana Turner fan, this photo from above a bar in Dublin. A gang of people drinking decided to vote on who this beauty was? In Dublin this time of year, it is so cold that nobody's teeth could chatter out the name. Linda won drinks
Start a fire, spread a rumor Courtesy Creative Commons Flkr The Feather staff encourages students not to add to unsubstantiated stories. As rumors spread please consider taking steps to encourage participants to avoid engaging in false accusations...
In the workplace people fib, flatter, fabricate, prevaricate, equivocate, embellish, take liberties with, bend, or stretch the truth. They boast, conceal, falsify, omit, spread gossip, misinform, or cover-up embarrassing (perhaps even unethical) acts.
Sometimes, the smallest of scales can contain the biggest of stories. As the waning summer slips into the chill of Flagstaff fall, Northern Arizona University's (NAU) theatre program prepares to open the year's production season with its staging of
Story Thinkstock Video Video The answer I like how you distinguish between tame, i.e...There was an interesting documentary on the CBC recently suggesting that overall gossip is not only good strengthens communities, helps us compare and compete,
For instance, it is obvious that bankers and doctors should maintain confidentiality while dealing with their customers and patients respectively and teachers are the ones who are supposed to teach and spread good values amongst their students.