Topic: insults

It Wouldn’t Be A Ben Affleck Interview If He Didn’t Squeeze In A Jennifer Garner Insult

It Wouldnât Be A Ben Affleck Interview If He Didnât Squeeze In A Jennifer Garner Insult

Once upon a time Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner got married in the fairy tale land of Hollywood and they lived happily ever after. Until they didn’t anymore. And then Ben Affleck wanted everyone to know that they didn’t live happily ever after anymore. “I hate my wife!” he shouted from in between the lines of everything he said going forward, “I would like to never ever wake up to her stupid, shiny Neutrogena face ever again!” More »

Lady Gaga Doll’s Product Description Somewhat Insulting To Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga Doll's Product Description Somewhat Insulting To Lady Gaga

As you may have heard, Lady Gaga was recently sued for $10 million by MGA Entertainment, the company with whom she’d been collaborating to produce a Lady Gaga doll. (She won.) The details of the dispute are probably interesting to first year entertainment law students, but this is a blog about fashion and beauty, so let’s talk about the mildly insulting paragraph about Gaga’s looks that came out as an inadvertent side effect of this lawsuit. More »

Karl Lagerfeld Apologizes To Adele For Calling Her Fat By Sending Her Chanel Bags

Karl Lagerfeld Apologizes To Adele For Calling Her Fat By Sending Her Chanel Bags

After receiving blowback from everyone from fashion bloggers to Madonna for calling Adele “a little too fat,” Karl Lagerfeld did something he does not normally do: he apologized. It was sort of a lame non-apology that blamed the writer for taking his words “out of context,” but whatever. Now, to drive the point home that he’s sorry, he has sent the English singer a nice assortment of Chanel handbags. Which begs the question: what does he want from her? More »

Loan Rejection Letter Calls Applicant ‘Crazy Bitch’

Loan Rejection Letter Calls Applicant 'Crazy Bitch'

Talk about bad customer service. A nonprofit organization designed to help businesses in the Seattle area who were negatively affected by light rail construction sent a profanity-laden letter to a woman who applied for a loan. Jessie Jones, who applied for a loan to aid her beauty salon in Seattle, was rejected for a loan and appealed. Later, she got a letter in the mail making fun of her and her application and referring to her as a “crazy-ass bitch.” The letter is below. More »