Why We Shouldn’t Make A Big Deal About Kanye West And Kim Kardashian’s Pregnancy

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    • Tolan

      You are a writer, albeit an internet writer: leave the trash out. There is no reason to use inappropriate language in your “articles”

      • http://blisstree.com/ Carrie Murphy

        I think personal expression (not to mention HUMOR) is a pretty good reason for writers to use whatever language they want in their “articles.”

      • Amanda Chatel

        I think Carrie and I are on the save wave length. Andt to think I cut my use of “fuck” in half! I wonder if Tolan would be even further disappointed in me to know that I’m not just an “internet writer.’ (At least you go the humor, Carrie!)

      • Amanda Chatel

        Dude, my hungover ass just noticed those misspellings. Tragic.

    • anya

      kim kardashian isn’t even remotely close to being American royalty. There’s a difference between sleazy, tacky reality tv stars who promote products they’ve never used for money and royalty. The Kennedy’s are American royalty. Also, it seems against the point to talk about how no one should care about the Kardashians in an article written about them. It’s completely hypocritical

    • LS

      I have a number of thoughts here:

      a. Thank you!! I shiver at the thought of these two creating the world’s most egotistical and uninteresting progeny (whose head will likely be too ego inflated in-utero to be delivered naturally)

      b. This one’s for Tolan. The internet is a wide wide world… if you don’t like this blog (which is fantastic and full of fabulous women with a great handle on SATIRE!) then, please, do go fuck straight off and find a new place to spread your knowledge of everything literary. Thanks.

      c. Keep up the awesome Gloss ladies! You rock.

      • Amanda Chatel

        LS, I might be in love with you.

    • Lisa

      Bonus points to Chatel this early in the year for the reference to My Best Friend’s Wedding. Which, incidentally, I hate, but the jello/creme brulee part (as well as the sing-a-long) are the redeeming points of that movie.

      • Amanda Chatel

        Hell yeah! Internet high-five, Lisa!