“Nikki Reed & Ian Somerhalder welcomed baby Bodhi Soleil” links

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Nikki Reed & Ian Somerhalder welcomed baby girl Bodhi Soleil Reed Somerhalder. Are they big fans of Point Break? [Dlisted]
Should I see Step this weekend? Or should I just watch tennis? [LaineyGossip]
Niecy Nash’s Essence cover is fire. [Go Fug Yourself]
What really goes through a woman’s mind when they’re catcalled. [Pajiba]
Breitbart editor got triggered by Jennifer Lawrence’s Vogue cover. [Jezebel]
I totally forgot that Zedd & Selena Gomez dated. [OMG Blog]
And this underwear model ended up married to Guy Ritchie. [Celebslam]
Say goodbye to all of the frozen pizzas. [The Blemish]
Andy Cohen was “surprised” by Countess LuAnn’s divorce. Sure, Jan. [Reality Tea]
Vanessa Hudgens’ dress is actually sort of cool in a vintage way. [Popoholic]
What did Kail Lowry name her baby? [Starcasm]

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  1. blonde555 says:

    Probably a very gorgeous baby! Congrats to these 2 💜 😍

  2. Valois says:

    I thought Bodhi was a boy’s name. Is this a James Reynolds name situation or is it a unisex name?

  3. Keaton says:

    IDGAF I really like these two together. They are flakey and ridiculous but so sincere and sweet. Congratulations to the beautiful family

    • FLORC says:

      Yes. This… as campy and blisted as they are the relationship feels sincere. I adore it.

      • Keaton says:

        Exactly I know he has alot of fans that wish he’d ended up with Nina Dobrev in real life but he and Nikki seem like such a good fit: They both love animals, they both seem to be into environmental causes, they’re both flakey attention whores with good hearts lol. It’s perfect.

    • Sway says:

      Disagree. They both come across as highly insecure in their relationship. They are the kind of people who wait out on Instagram to post a 3500 character post about their anniversary at – wait for it – the exact hour AND minute they said “I do”. I mean, if you’re so insecure that you need to wait out a specific hour with your finger on a button and your eyes at the clock, just so you can let the world know how much you love someone, something is seriously wrong.

  4. Milla says:

    That is one awful dress on Vanessa. I like her bohemian style this is just messy and too childish. And her make up looks bad. Why do pretty girls end up with caked make up looks on events?

  5. Jennet says:

    Ugh. Some of these name just seem so try hard, trite and cliche. Major eye roll over here.

  6. Juliette says:

    Agree on the article about cat calling, it sometimes does freak me out but most often it’s just bloody annoying. A month or so ago I had a man honk and wave at me while driving the opposite direction on a road. I looked over but ignored him and kept walking.

    About 4-5 blocks later I realise this man has turned his car around and followed me and is still waving out his window and honking and smiling at me. Now, in order to follow me he would have had to go over an overpass and turn around to come back that far. I was on the phone with my husband telling him about it when I spotted him coming through the parking lot for me and so I yelled, “Do I know you?” and he took off pretty quickly.

    I don’t think some people (men) realise that it’s not as flattering or charming as they think, it’s unnerving – especially as a woman walking alone. This isn’t the first time this has happened in my neighbourhood and it freaks me out every time.

    • Nina says:

      That’s so grody, ugh. I always have snappy mental comebacks to creepy dudes stored away in my head, but in the moment, I get so taken aback that I never remember them.

      I don’t drive, so I hoof it everywhere and use public transit. I get honks a couple of times a week at least. It’s awkward and annoying. I’d love to actually know from guys who do this: what do you expect us to do?

      I was waiting for the bus about a year ago, and this dude walks over to me all puffed up while I’m snooping on my phone. He asks me if I have a phone he can borrow, and I promptly toss my phone into my bag and say,


      He then starts asking where I’m from, what I do. The whole time I’m not even making eye contact with him, totally blank expression, one word answers. He’s like,

      “Hey, we should hang out sometime and be friends.”

      I say, “Nope.”

      He says, “Give me your number, we can talk.”

      Again I say, “Nope.”

      Then he asks unnecessarily loudly, “WHY NOT?!” (as if asking this would have won me over and made me reconsider)

      And I’m so gobsmacked at the fact that he has the audacity to ask this, so I lie and say, “Because I have a boyfriend,” and he just calmly walks away. Because I knew that if I had simply said, “Because I’m not interested”, he’d have kept harassing me.

      • Juliette says:

        Totally. I always wonder what they think the end result will be. That somehow I will so impressed with your honking and yelling that I will just jump in your truck?

        I am a smart mouth but in the moment was so unnerved that I just kept walking. Called my husband which later made me laugh. I mean he was at least a 1/2 hour away what did I think he was going to do?

        Particularly scary right now because there have been a few women grabbed in our area lately. A 15 year old was grabbed and murdered about 10 minutes away from me a month ago and they still don’t know have any suspects. Scary.

        Pepper spray is illegal here so if I ever really got in trouble I would probably end up being charged which sucks. I always try to drop the husband line as early as I can but sometimes it just encourages them. Gross.

      • greenmonster says:

        I once went to a club with friends and a guy approached me. He started a normal conversation, gave me a compliment or two. I smiled and kept my distance. All of a sudden he got in a little dig, then he asked me if I would go outside with him for a smoke. I said No. Then he came really close and asked if he could build a joint on my boobs or my ass or my pussy. In a matter of maybe ten minutes.

      • FLORC says:

        It’s real. It’s common. It’s everywhere…! You ladies are not alone. I’m single, but will claim bf often and do think of rolling up my windows or being offensive in tone because of this

      • Enough Already says:

        FLORC is right. Don’t be afraid to lie or even be abrupt. Normal people will not approach you this way so think outside the box. Protect yourself and most importantly do not assume the guy has gone away just because you have. Take the long way home, pop into a few stores, ask someone to mert you etc. i lesrned the hard way that a guy will try to follow enough to see where you live. Luckily I live in NYC so I just walked ten blocks padt my apartment and got back on the subway going the opposite direction.

    • Bridget says:

      I frequently do a workout at a public park around here. And of course, if you’re a woman in public, at some point you’re going to get comments from men. At this point, my go-to response is a direct “Do you know how creepy that sounds?” – and what’s really surprising is that they frequently don’t. Like, they somehow think they’re being flattering or clever. It is truly mind boggling.

      • Nina says:

        That’s a good response. I’m going to try to remember to ask assholes that the next time I’m being creeped on. I’m always tempted to be snappy or snarky, but as someone who’s been sexually assaulted, I’m scared of making them angry. Your reply forces them to think about what they’re saying in a non-confrontational way. It’s sad that we need to be considerate of their poor widdle man feelings when they feel they’re entitled to publicly comment on our bodies, though.

    • Giddy says:

      The Gift of Fear is a great book that says we need to listen to our gut instinct about people. It says that women are especially bad about being polite when we are actually afraid. Since reading it I don’t hesitate to act on my instinct. Recently I refused to get on an elevator with a man who made me uncomfortable. He was probably just in a bad mood, but I’m not taking that chance. If I come off as rude that’s fine with me. I’d rather be safe.

      • Eden75 says:

        I have never had a problem being rude to a$$hats. My issue with the cat calls and creepers started when I was pretty young and my mom use to be the one who would tell them to piss off. I learned from the best.

        I travel on my own a lot and there are a few rules I always follow. Never get into an elevator with only one other person, male or female. Always walk with a purpose and like you live in the area even if you don’t, and NEVER walk and text/msg on your phone. Always be aware of your surrounds and what is going on. The last one is huge, especially if walking somewhere at night. Always know what is going on around you, the text can wait.

  7. Is it pronounced “body” or “bo-dee”?

  8. SophieB9 says:

    Where I come from, bodi is the name for yard-long beans, usually served curried. So Bodhi would not be an option.

  9. Carmen says:

    Not crazy about Bodhi but I have a little cousin named Soleil, which I think is very pretty.

  10. I like simple names says:

    Stupid names parade’s still going strong I see

  11. What's Inside says:

    Their lovely little girl is really going to hate them for that name when she’s older.

  12. Justwastingtime says:

    The name is a uniquely LA thingee I believe . My 8 yo had one in her class – a boy- and our next door neighbor’s male dog has the same name

  13. eda says:

    It’s a diminutive of Buddha.