Over It

I could be one of the few women on the planet who isn't dreading turning dirty 30 this year. I, for one, can't wait to bid my 20s a long-awaited adieu.
Swatting is frighteningly easy to pull off (a 12-year-old fessed up to having been responsible for the swatting incidents at both Ashton Kutcher and Justin Bieber's homes), wastes police resources and has dangerous consequences.
Kim has enough stress for a pregnant lady to cope with, between finalizing her divorce with Kris Humphries and moving into the Bel Air mansion she bought with West. We wish she'd give her jet-setting, entrepreneurial ways a rest.
As celebs attempt to out-quirk one another with increasingly unusual baby names, they fail to consider the repercussions that little Blue, Apple or Bronx Mowgli will one day suffer.
It's time to retire the inundation of all these hackneyed "Harlem Shake" videos. The viral trend was clever for about three days, but with this weekend's "Saturday Night Live" and NASA entries, the fad has quickly faded.
Not following? Let's look at some examples -- Mischa Barton, not getting it: Selena Gomez looking polished and grown up: But
We're encroaching on dangerous territory when it comes to Queen Bey. The singer's legion of fans are dutiful in an almost religious sort of way, praising her every move and advocating a theory of perfection that can be perilous for a superstar's career. That's why it's time to hit the breaks on Beyonce's massive overexposure.
T-Swift, I love you and listen to your music constantly (I confess), but I'm just confused. One day Taylor will be cuddling
After a seemingly endless GOP primary, two conventions, four debates and relentless campaigning by Barack Obama and Mitt