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Ego of the week: Steve McLaughlin

What is your blog about? Oh, it's your typical self-indulgent everything/nothing blog with lots of pictures.

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Problog

Sometimes it's a good thing when other people read your personal e-mails. For Street alum Daniel "D-Mac" McQuade, boredom, Vegas and girls propelled him to international cyber-stardom -- or at least 2,200 "unique visitor" hits per day. D-Mac is Philadelphia Weekly's first professional blogger.

by YVONNE DELBANCO

Ego of the week

Who's your favorite Capitalist? Santa Claus, fuck yeah. Who's your style icon? Mrs. Claus, fuck yeah. What was Marx like in bed? Santa Claus was merrier, fuuuuuuuuuck yeah!

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Red, red, red

Want to spice up the next Party meeting? Forget what you've heard; it's ALWAYS okay to want to stand out, even in a classless, egalitarian society.

by COMMIE MCFOXY

Ego of the week

What is your year/age/major? And where are you from? I'm a senior English major with a concentration in Creative Writing.

by 34TH STREET

Celeb Blogs Review

www.thesuperficial.com I thought I was too smart to be wasting time on tabloids but I laughed so hard I think I squeezed out some IQ points.

by EVANGEL FUNG

U.S. Weekly, December 1st

Some may be inclined to say Greek Shipping heir, Stavros/MK's old beux/Paris's sloppy seconds is the new it kid, especially after he pulled a Lindsay and rammed his car into some paparazzi. Thanks but no thanks.

by DONNA BUDICA

How to stalk a celebrity

The happiest day of my life was when I met John Stamos. I was 16 when I waited for him outside of Cabaret. Then it happened, my first mistake as a celebrity stalker.

by CARLY ZAKIN

Ego of the Week

How would describe Wharton style? MBA's dress like douche bags. If you're into the whole tucked-in triple-pleated khakis with square-toed loafers ... I mean, forget the bald spots.

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Top 5 wharton must haves

1 http://myspike.wharton.upenn.eduBooking those ridiculous study rooms in Huntsman Hall sometimes needs to be done weeks in advance. 2 PDAs Keep all those networking events straight and remember that FNCE 207 comes before FNCE 203.

by EVANGEL FUNG

Wharton style guide

We all know there is a certain attraction to the icy woman in a power suit. The go-getter. But for every girl in a "short skirt and a long jacket," I have often wondered if there is a struggling fashion ingenue underneath all that cotton-poly blend.

by ALI LAPINSKY

Boourns Family Guy, mmm ... ribwich

Please, you silly Penn student, why? Why Family Guy? Yes, it's funny and should not have been cancelled in the first place.

by JOEY POWER

What's your fav?

Sarah Gudis, College '06 Two dollar pint night at New Deck. I love Snakebite because it was my favorite drink when I was in London. Garrett Lindsey, College '06 I like to sit at this knoll on College Green.

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Ego of the Week

Which is your favorite, Mask or Wig? I like Mask, I guess because you can change your identity. What's your favorite sexy book? My uncle used to write pornos!

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Who's Who at home

More than Swedish pancakes, ABBA or those giant fair isle ski sweaters, Sweden has given us one glorious gift: Ikea.

by EVANGEL FUNG

UoP cribs

Crib 1 The Loft: "Echo Chic" Dwellers: Addavail Coslett, Isabel Cowles, Emily Rothschild Unique fixtures: Balconies, high ceilings, name recognition, street cred, funky residents Persona: Aloof intellectual/lover Famous person it most channels: Edie Sedgwick They say: "Shabby chic erring on the side of shabby" The verdict: We heart the Loft. Crib 2 The Nipple (Quad): "Tsarina Bohemian" Dweller: Hillary Levine Unique fixtures: Circular shape, DIY organizing, magazine decoupage, messy roommate, location (the famed and mythical Quad) Persona: Semi-prespubescent artsy GF Famous person it most channels: Lolita She says: "It's whatever you want it to be." The verdict: Best part of the Nipple.

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The sexy Origins of Halloween

A) Halloween is a Jewish word meaning, "Yiddish sex and candy party." The celebration dates back to the discoveries of alcohol, the "sugar high," and permissive sexual behavior in 669 BC, when the first man-whore mounted the first she-slut in the Promised Land.

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Ego of the week

What year are you and what's your major? I'm a senior, and I'm an urban studies major. Where are you from? I'm from Brooklyn. Trick or Treat? Treat! What was your best Halloween costume? When I was seven, I dressed up as a candy cane.

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Thrift or treat

The culturally observant and 'oh so wise' film Mean Girls told us all that "Halloween is the one night a year when a girl can dress like a total slut and no other girls can say anything about it." But this fall, rather than dressing up like those dime a dozen dime-store whores again you can do something creative and be a thrift-store hoarder.

by ELIZA ROTHSTEIN

Find your Chi

Worried about balancing your yin and yang during the sugar-loaded and provocative Halloween season? By taking a few simple precautions, one can ensure a harmonious night of terror and mischief. 1 Choose your undergarments wisely.

by 34TH STREET

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