Bruce Jenner Picks Up Some Organic Groceries in Malibu

A story hot off the press claimed cross-dresser Bruce Jenner planned to make a grand entrance at next year's Met Gala wearing one of Kim Kardashian's hand-me-downs.

That story was exposed as fake by private eye blog Gossip Cop. According to GC, Bruce has no plans to attend the Met Ball, because Vogue editor-for-life Anna Wintour would never invite him.

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Iggy Azalea facelift

Some people are so desperately unhappy with their looks that they will go to any length to achieve perfection. These people used to be diagnosed with the mental disorder Body Image Disturbance, but doctors have since moved away from assigning clinical disorders to self-obsessed, narcissistic people.

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The most hated man in America is finally behind bars. George Zimmerman, the 28-year-old neighborhood watch volunteer who gunned down unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin, was arrested Wednesday and charged with 2nd degree murder.

The 17-year-old Miami high school student was shot and killed in Sanford, Florida on Feb. 26 as he walked back to a friend's house from a convenience store with a bag of Skittles and iced tea.

Zimmerman was taken into custody the night of the shooting, but he was released without charges when he claimed self-defense under Florida's controversial Stand Your Ground law.

In his mugshot, taken hours after he turned himself in -- Zimmerman stares straight at the camera, with a blank expression on his face.

In clinical terms, a flat or blunted affect refers to a person whose facial expression shows no emotion in response to a circumstance that would normally prompt a human reaction.

A blunt affect "can be symptomatic of schizophrenia, depression, or brain damage". Victims of post-traumatic stress syndrome are often said to display blunted affect.

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Cutting is quite common among young adolescents, but the phenomenon is increasing among adults as well.

Cutting is defined as the most common form of self-injury. Cutters injure themselves with sharp or blunt instruments in order to feel physical pain which masks the internal, emotional pain they are feeling inside.

Most cutters are young females and teenage boys who suffer from depression or social anxiety. The cuts are usually superficial, just deep enough to draw blood, on areas such as the face, arms, chest, or abdomen.

Our culture's current obsession with tattoos is also seen as a form of self-injury among the young. An example of a troubled celebrity who practices self-injury -- disguised as self-expression -- is singer Rihanna, who recently carved a crude cross into her neck (see photo above).

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