Advertising is weird now, isn’t it? Personally, I’m convinced that all of Occupy Wall Street may just have been a viral marketing ploy to promote The Newsroom. I don’t know. They’re making it seem that way in every single advertisement. And I know that we have flash mobs, and Kim Kardashaian is being paid… how much is she being paid to promote things on her Twitter? Whatever it is, I’m sure it’s an ungodly amount. More
It is the obsession of Tumblrs and Twitters and blogs everywhere: the thigh gap, that elusive couple of inches between the upper thighs that most models possess and, apparently, much of the public wants to attain. More
Insofar as she’s a social gadfly who’s constantly naked, we say long live Lena. More
I keep reading about Kate Middleton’s wedding diet. If you’re not reading every British tabloid ever (you’re missing out) she’s gone from being “Waity Katie” to “Weighty Katie” and it’s seemingly imperative that she shed those extra pounds before the wedding. Now, admittedly, her diet sounds like it involves bags of sweets, isn’t that awful. But then, periodically, I see a picture of her in a bikini and cast my hands heavenward and wonder “how? Where is she going to lose the weight from? She has a six pack already.” More
Meet the Brontomerus mcintoshi. Its name is from the Greek “bronto”, meaning “thunder”; and “merós”, meaning “thigh”. In other words, the poor dinosaur going to be thrown into an endless spiral of body shame and leg lifts!