What’s Hot/What’s Not: December 2010

With the temperatures dropping lower and covers of Wham! playing in every storefront, we recognize that December and the holiday season are here. Digging our coats out of the back of our closets, we run out to do our last-minute shopping, keeping in mind all of the many ups and downs of the past month. Let’s take a look at December’s edition of What’s Hot/What’s Not!

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What’s HOT
The fun winter fashions we get to try out now that it isn’t 90 degrees out every day.

What’s NOT
The weather itself. (Ha! I couldn’t resist.)

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What’s HOT
Getting in the holiday spirit with festive decorations and celebrations.

What’s NOT
The shunning of Santa Claus in favor of a certain Internet meme that has already started to grow old.

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What’s HOT
Cosmo‘s list of theΒ Hottest Male Celebrities of 2010. (You’re welcome.)

What’s NOT
The many celebrity fashion faux pas that came with 2010 as well.

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What’s HOT
The recent lunar eclipse that took place earlier this week.

What’s NOT
Finding less desirable fortunes in the stars for you.

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What’s HOT
The unfolding of the season-long mystery in the December finale of Gossip Girl.

What’s NOT
The allegedly “pathetic diva” behavior that may have led to Taylor Momsen’s indefinite departure from her role as Jenny ‘Little J’ Humphrey.

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What’s HOT
The now applicable release of Taylor Swift’s Back to December, since we are now in the middle of December. πŸ™‚

What’s NOT
The heartbreaking lyrics behind the song, catchy as they may be.

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What’s HOT
The prevalence of social media in the world around us.

What’s NOT
Social media games taken to the extreme.

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What’s HOT
Getting your New Year’s resolutions in order for 2011.

What’s NOT
Breaking the bank in order to achieve those resolutions.

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What’s HOT
The idea of unconditional love that appears quite frequently in Bruno Mars songs.

What’s NOT
Receiving unwarranted love advice from John Mayer.

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This December, what was hot/not for you?

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