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  • Bella Bellucci Intimissimi commercial

    By on Feb. 14, 2008
    A perfect world where every woman looks like Monica Bellucci... And my God, José Fidalgo is hot!
  • Yes We Can! - Celebrities vote for Obama

    By on Feb. 4, 2008
    Did you see Black Eyed Peas' will.i.am's music video inspired by a speech Barack Obama gave after Clinton's loss in New Hampshire? Then here it is, very positive and 'heart rasing', with will.i.am, Scarlett Johannson, John Legend and many other American celebrities. Yes We Can!
  • Tecktonik sucks

    By on Feb. 1, 2008
    I should be studying now for my exams (which are tomorrow and I'm freakin out istead of drinking to cafebabel's health) but I just wanted to share this with you.
  • Cafebabel.com is 7!

    By on Feb. 1, 2008
    Wee! Seven years! Wait a moment! When the hell did it happen?
  • Stupid American Tuesday (Chuck Norris is going to kick your ass!)

    By on Jan. 31, 2008
    Everybody's talking about US elections and internet is full of crazy shit from lovers, haters and candidates themselves. Here's a tiny little selection of creme de la creme of it...
  • France gets ready for Beijing 2008

    By on Jan. 22, 2008
    Hilarious videos by Rémi Gaillard Thank you Fernando!
  • RUN KATIE, RUN!

    By on Jan. 18, 2008
    Thank you Baby Jesus for making Poland such a good, Catholic country where this kind of scary cults are impossible to implement.
  • BB Brunes or What ever happened to masculinity

    By on Jan. 16, 2008
    Here's something that my anonymus source called "pure, unadulterated French style, youth, fashion and chic".
  • Oh, I love you Amy

    By on Jan. 15, 2008
    I don't get all this fuss about Amy Winehouse being too skinny and doing drugs, like she was the first singer to do it, or what? Like all women magazins didn't promote this kind of overthin look gained in a pocess of long-term heroin diet? Like The Rolling Stones guys, Ray Charles, Diana Ross and all the other great musicians didn't do drugs? Come on.
  • Killing me softly with ipod

    By on Jan. 10, 2008
    Australian Police was terrified by the number of car accidents caused by listening to ipod, that they started this social campaign. Young people would listen to the music so intensively (or loud?) that they crossed the street without looking out if there's nothing coming their way.