If have been looking for relationship and/or general life advice from Kristin Cavallari—and god, why wouldn’t you be—you can probably find some in her book, due out in 363 days. Until then, we must make do with what we’re given, which is the wisdom found in a Twitter “live chat” with @KristinCav hosted by Cosmo and sponsored by Revlon.
There's been a meme circulating recently among self-loathing—or, at least, ironically self-loathing—individuals, primarily in the media world, about the presumed toxicity of Twitter. "Never tweet," they say, because Twitter will rot your brain. Personally, I disagree. I enjoy Twitter and there are many worse ways to pass the day. I think mostly everyone should tweet— except Iggy Azalea, who should put Twitter down forever and run away.
[The Red Hot Chili Peppers are all set to join Bruno Mars at the Super Bowl XLVII Halftime Show on February 2 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Flea, the bassist for the RHCP, is already planning—and then subsequently deleting from Twitter—crowdsourced choreography questions. Image via Twitter]
A newly christened partnership between Twitter and Comcast makes you wonder two things: how many people are going to read a tweet about a TV show and immediately drop what they're doing to watch that show? And how will this make anyone money?