It's always an awesome surprise when a link to a puppy picture shows up on our Twitter feed. Celebrities love sharing pictures of their furry friends, and we love oohing and aahing over these adorable pups! Some celebrity dogs have developed such a devoted fan base that they need their own Twitter handle just to keep up. Here are some of our favorite pics celebrities have uploaded of their seriously adorable pups.
It's widely known that E3 is the place to be if you're a gamer, a game developer, or a game promoter, but this year saw a wash of celebrities enter the expo as well. Yesterday, we learned that Ryan Phillippe is a fan of the new Nintendo 3DS, and today we find Chuck's own Zachary Levi toying around with the new gaming console.
Ryan may have the upper hand when it comes to chiseled chests, but Zachary dominates in the cute, geeky guy next door department. After hearing him wax poetic about video games at last year's WonderCon, it's not a surprise to see Zachary enthralled in a heated 3D game at the Nintendo booth, but what does come as a surprise is how hard it is to decide which is hotter — Zachary Levi or a Nintendo 3DS?
This TwitPic of Ryan Phillippe at the Nintendo E3 booth drummed up all kinds of confused and discombobulated feelings inside. On one hand, you have Hollywood actor Ryan Phillippe, widely known for starring in what I like to call the "original Gossip Girl" — Cruel Intentions — dressed in his usual uniform of simple white tee and black hat. So laid-back. So sexy. On the other, you have the new Nintendo 3DS, which not only plays some of your favorite games, but does so in three dimensions and without glasses. So cutting edge! So futuristic!
Both are totally hot in their own right. But while one has been hot for years, the other is about to reach an all-time high. So tell me fellow geek gals, which is hotter — Ryan Phillippe or the Nintendo 3DS?
When I was younger, I had to to drink a glass of milk with every meal. As I got older my dad loosened up a bit with his rule, and I found that I drank less and less of the stuff. In my father's generation they drank milk in the same way many of us grew up drinking soda or juice. Nowadays, it's more unusual to drink milk than not — something I've learned only because I get funny stares whenever I order a glass while out. The Got Milk? ad campaign was born years ago as a way to give milk cool status again. Well, you can't get cooler than this: its latest model is Lauren Conrad, and the company created interest by campaigning with LC's fans over Twitter. Besides having the backing of LC, here are five reasons you should enjoy a glass of milk today:
- According to a study, women who drank two glasses of fat-free milk after strength training gained more muscle and lost more fat as compared to women who consumed energy drinks.
- Dairy fat is good for the heart. It may lower blood pressure, reduce cholesterol levels, or decrease the chances of a heart attack.
See the other healthy reasons to get milk when you read more
Can you guess which Hills star recently went on a long hike through LA's wilderness?
Bonus: See a Twitpic that was taken during the hike after you guess!
Reality TV staple Kim Kardashian has been spending the past week hanging with her family in Miami while recovering from her very public breakup with football star Reggie Bush. We all know how hard breakups can be — online, and in real life — so getting some sun and surf is just what the doctor ordered. Although photographers have been following her every move, Kim didn't shy away when cameras caught her showing some skin while relaxing on a yacht last week in Florida. However, it seems that the reality star is turning into quite the paparazzo herself — she's uploaded three bikini-clad self portraits to TwitPic in the past week.
I'm all for people using Twitter and TwitPic to share what's going on in their lives at that moment (that's what it's for, right?), but is there an acceptable limit to how many bikini photos one can upload to TwitPic without crossing some sort of line? I mean, three seems like a lot to me, but what about you?
My new morning routine consists of rolling out of bed, reading my email and then visiting Twitter to see what's up in the Twitterverse. Needless to say, I've been on the Twitter train for a while now, but one thing I wish I did more of was upload photos to my Twitter profile. A picture is worth a thousand words, so if you can't sum it up in 140 characters, might as well snap a pic instead. Photo-Twittering is extremely easy, thanks to these five sites that will have your photos up on Twitter (and other social networking sites you choose) seconds after you say cheese.
When PopSugar recently chatted with John Mayer about attending the Oscars with Jennifer Aniston, and he even opened up about his Twitter habits and his new found interest in TwitPic. Here's what he had to say about it:
"So the other night I was sitting up in bed because I couldn’t sleep. And I found out that if you go to a TwitPic, whatever one it is, and if you just start messing with the sequential order of the link, so if its like a1m2 go to a1m3, and it's someone else’s photograph. So we just started Twittering."
He even admitted to putting up a picture on TwitPic and claiming it was a friend:
"We were finding other peoples TwitPics. Look at TwitPic.com with a savvy eye, and you’ll see American life at its most amazing. You’ll see through a lens of people you’d never meet. This is my brother Doug. This is. . . I’m taking a bike ride with Eric Childs. It’s ridiculous. I’m trying to find a new frontier for Twitter. There’s an art form somewhere there, I don’t know what it is yet."
I love how John is becoming just as enamored with Twitter as Ashton. Yesterday John even posted a Tweet announcing that he's going to pick up a Kindle 2. "It takes something that costs 300 bucks to get me to read a 1.50 cent paper on it." I completely agree. I'm the one still hoping and wishing for a price drop.