Wednesday, April 30, 2008
Tuesday, April 29, 2008
Monday, April 28, 2008
For Your Consideration: Worst Thing to Air on Daytime TV
A few days ago, the Tyra Banks show was supposed to be about "unlikely couples" who fall in love, but it ended up being about people with fetishes who happen to find one another and make it work. One of the couples featured was Eddie and Gem. Eddie, is an average-sized dude who has always been into plus-sized women, found his soul mate in Gem, who indulges his fantasy of watching her eat (carbs, in particular), and also engages in "squashing," which is when she plops down on his body repeatedly, or just lays on top of him, applying large amounts of pressure to his body with her own weight... don't miss her bounce off the bed. CLASSIC.
I bet people can't wait to back up into this - The Teeny Weeny Drive (sorry too easy of a pun). It's a 1 GB flash drive that looks like a veiny poker that "blushes" when plugged into your machine, so you can be sure that its "turned on". OH- and are you surprised, this is the ONLY penis shaped USB drive... WOW, I can hardly believe it. The video is priceless. The USB drive is like rubbing against the computer to a cheap Frank Sinatra instrumental "Strangers in the Night" and boldly switches to "Bringin' Sexy Back"...
Friday, April 25, 2008
If you're TRULY interested, you can actually buy it for ONLY $20 here: http://chidoriyaworld.stores.yahoo.net/nigdrop.html
There is this LAME new reality show on called "Miss Rap Supreme" and Khia entered it. You may know Khia from "My Neck, My Back" song. Anyways, Khia was kicked off...she may seem upset, but according to this video, Khia isn't that upset about it. Khia is basically saying that she didn't enter the competition to win, but for "the opportunity to promote my muthafuckin' self on muthafuckin' TV. That's what the muthafuckin' hell." Is she really talking about recovering crack addicts?
2) waking up at work drunk=$0
4) hospital bills for knife sticking out of your back=$4500
5) The BBC writing an article about the ordeal where you are quoted 'We were drinking and what doesn't happen when you're drunk?' = PRICELESS
Thursday, April 24, 2008
According to hairfinder.com, 'traction alopecia' is the name of the type of hair loss associated with hair braiding, weaving, and the wearing of hair extensions. Celebrities such as Paris Hilton and Britney Spears are both reported to have suffered hair loss as a result of their extensions.
Prolonged traction can and will cause permanent loss of hair in the affected areas, but if caught early, this type of hair loss is reversible.
The old outfit's bright colours have been replaced with more subtle shades of black, beige and brown for an air-hostess style uniforms. Female management and front of house staff will wear high heels, pencil skirts and scarves, male counterparts will have suits, and the staff who serve the food will wear polo shirts, all in similar colours.
Wednesday, April 23, 2008
Tuesday, April 22, 2008
Monday, April 21, 2008
Sunday, April 20, 2008
However, it turns out Tony Romo might be the source of her troubles. "She used to keep her drinks to a minimum, because she's very conscientious about the calories," says a source. "But Tony and his buddies really party hard, and I think they expect Jessica to keep up with them. But she is like a third of their weight and just can't hold as much as they can."
Friday, April 18, 2008
Thursday, April 17, 2008
Wednesday, April 16, 2008
But, I wanted to post it anyways... and I present to you, the "YouTube" divorce. I personall think she's an idiot to vent and make a lot of these comments - like "never had sex" with him. Is not consumating a marriage still grounds for divorce? Or is that just a family law rumor?
Monday, April 14, 2008
Thursday, April 10, 2008
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I've watched this trailer for Scarlet, a new TV miniseries, three or four times without actually understanding what the show is. She's a fashion model and a movie star, and some old guy screams into the telephone that she's going to change television forever. And meanwhile, she beats up ninjas, does the Batman power-grapple thing, and has weirdly glowing red eyes. Oh, and a group of men follow her around while she tells them they're overlooking crucial evidence. But does this show have a plot, or just lots of posing and kicking?
Wednesday, April 9, 2008
I totally want a huge-ass wedding and a gorgeous designer dress and I'll probably try to lose five (or fifty) pounds by joining some retarded gym program right before the wedding. There, I said it. But I promise not to go as apeshit as the women profiled today's Guardian. According to the paper, women are getting boob jobs, nose jobs, Botox, teeth straightening, and more than 20% of brides polled by academic researchers "were taking an approach [to weight loss] that the researchers perceived as 'extreme', including downing laxatives, vomiting after meals and adopting a new-found smoking habit as a way to stave off hunger pangs." And then there are fake-tan companies such as Sienna X, which recently launched a bridal service that includes an entire schedule of tan "fittings" for three months before the wedding - to ensure you end up with exactly the right shade.
The article actually gets more absurd... like drinking tea is a "treat". Isn't that just water? WTF? Anyways, all of my little bride to be chick-a-dees...where do you fall?
If you're really interested in "brideorexia"- check out all of these links: http://www.buzzfeed.com/buzz/Brideorexia