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Facebook has a long proud history of getting people in trouble, but here’s one you might not have thought of: divorcées.

This AP piece opened our eyes to the growing number of spouses being busted through judicious use of social networks. Stories range from being caught playing Farmville during the kid’s soccer game to couples pics posted on the mistress’s Facebook page. Of course, everything’s archived and time-stamped, so anyone inclined to do a little digging can figure out just about anything they want. On Twitter, there are no secrets.

Of course, most of these problems are more the result of ungentlemanly behavior than invasive tech. It’s unnerving, but the best policy is still not to do anything you’d have trouble explaining to a judge.

Either that, or get comfortable wearing a fake mustache.

Shoes, Olympics, and the Allure of the Past


Back in the Day: A Suitable Wardrobe waxes nostalgic about the shop that made him what he is. [A Suitable Wardrobe]

This Magic Moment: Esquire counts down the best Olympic videos Youtube has to offer. [Esquire]

I am the Law: There’s nothing sadder than a lawyer on a crime spree…actually that sounds kind of cool. [Daily Intel]

Grave Circumstances: Actor, designer and Bjork-hater Mr. Blackwell has slipped into a coma. [My Fashion Life]

Gone Batty, Defending the Slouch, and Tom Remains a Spinster


Six Films Made Better by Batman: What? Only six? We can think of thousands. [Maxim]

The Right to Sag: The ACLU is threatening a court battle in defending the slouchy pants wearers of Flint. [Newsweek]

Last Action Hero: It's always nice when the protagonist looks like your sophmore-year roommate. [The Moment]

New Classics: Albam may look familiar, but it's fresh as can be. [Dejour]

Very Punny: Kenneth Cole's are really starting to push people in the wrong direction. [Gawker]

No Tom Jr.?: Tom Ford isn't exactly in a hurry to squeeze out puppies—which is good given that he still doesn't have one of those newfangled man wombs. [NYMag]

Jay-Z Sued for Style, Mustache Victorious, and Chris Martin Finds New


Pure Oscar Gold: There's something about Fridays and Charilze Theron that just works. [Egotastic]

Bush Warrior: A Scottish pilot get's top-brass approval for his handlebar mustache. Good to see there's some progress in Afghanistan. [BBC]

Kick Up Some Dirt: Seeking a leather alternative to sneakers in these hot times? These boots are perfect for navigating the sand storms of Manhattan. [The Moment]

We Can't Fix You: Aww, poor self-deifying mope rocker Chris Martin didn't like the questions Radio 4 asked him. Bono never had to put up with this. [BBC]

Sweet Leaf: Hicky Freeman reopens, stoner iconography intact. [NYMag]

Fighting Over the Flow: Some sucka is suing the Jigga claiming he thieved his style. This may be the worst idea ever. [New Kerala]

Across the Tie, Out of the Bar and Against the Law


Frau Claudia Schiffer Topless in German Vogue: Ja vol! [Egotastic]

Part-time Model Rips Off Boss Marc Jacobs: Good thing the cops got him, because Jacobs will fucking cut you. [Gawker]

Huffpo's Von Pfetten Doesn't Go For Pretty Boys: Seriously, girl, why haven't you called us yet? ]HuffPo]

Clip On Ties: Thom Browne's rules of the tie bar. [WSJ.]

Tips for Tall Guys: Jalen Rose and Allan Houston share their 6' and over secrets. [AskMen]

Jugs off the Menu: Williamsburg's Radegast shelves their traditional-Czech-cleavage-revealing outfits due to the wandering hands of drunk patrons. Way to ruin it for the rest of us. [Gothamist]