Sep 30, 2010

Totally Random - Michael Douglas looking very non-famous

Today, this photo was snapped of Michael Douglas:

In total seriousness, I pray that he is fighting his cancer successfully.

Now I know he has cancer and I feel a little bad questioning his taste... But WTF was he thinking leaving his home like this? Shirt - fugliest thing I've seen in a long time. Hat - looks like a freebie from a fishing boat (my father has something very similar). Croakies - I have no idea why he felt the need to secure his sunglasses in NYC. Isn't he like one of the richest, most accomplished actors, chic-est men on earth? Don't you hire minions to prevent this very scenario? Maybe he's just less shallow than me and doesn't give an S. That's probably what it is.

I can't offer anything but praise for the precious pup who is more manicured than he is.

Meanwhile, his wife was seen this week wearing this gorgeous masterpiece:

Absolutely perfect.

Manfriend and I fight about clothing all the time. He assures me that I care too much what people think and that I can, in fact, wear something around the same people twice. This is lunacy. I pull out my hair over him wanting to wear shorts out at night. And refusing to purchase new shoes when the soles begin to fall off of his. But, we all have our cross to bear. I can only imagine the chaotic negotiations that occur in that relationship. Maybe they have a strong and impervious marriage. If that's the case, I should take this as a learning experience.

Anyway, totally random.
Sep 29, 2010

I heart blog friends.

Happy Wednesday Morning all! One of my favorite-est blog friends participated in a little bloggy question game thingy and was so sweet to tag me in it. Her name is Meg O. over at O is Me. Her blog is cute, funny, overall superfab. Also, she's in Houston, my hometown! I always gotta send special snaps to my Texas blog buddies.
So today, just for funsies, some tidbits about yours truly. Here are the questions...

{ one } Are you capable of any stupid human tricks? Describe, take a picture, or vlog it! 
Sadly, I can't think of one. I wish I could do hilarious voices. People who can do voices tell the best jokes.

{ two } What is one thing you are absolutely friggin' OCD about that everyone else thinks is ridiculous? Details! 
For me, I'm totally batsh** crazy about safety precautions. Stuff like locking the doors and making sure the stove/coffee pot/flat iron are turned off. It's pretty ridiculous. When I leave in the morning I always have this creeping suspicion that I've left the stove on and left the door unlocked. I usually have to go back and check.  They're almost never on. Don't even get me started on the ritual that must be performed to leave town for the weekend....

The wipes now even come in cute boxes for crazy people like me.
Also, keeping the kitchen counter clean. I don't know why, but I'm totally terrified of invisible counter germs. I religiously Clorox wipe that thing whenever I'm cooking. I don't know what I'm so worried about, any filth that gets on that counter probably ends up in my food in some way. Clearly, I've yet to be sick and this fear comes from no real evidence. 

Finger Painting is about it for me.

{ three }  If you could have any talent or ability, what do you wish it could be (not to be confused with superpowers) and why? 

I wish I were more artistic. I wish I could paint/draw/design/create pretty things better.  I can't seem to find a creative outlet that doesn't involve a keyboard. Not that my little knack (or so I believe) for written prose is so terrible, I wish I could make stuff for my home or for friends and it actually be good.

{ four }  Who was your celebrity pre-teen/teenage crush? You know you had one! 

I'd have to say Josh Hartnett. He first came on to my mancandy radar when he was in Pearl Harbor. Apparently Pearl Harbor is widely recognized as a terrible movie. I LOVE it.  With him and Ben Affleck as the leads, how can you go wrong? I've loved him ever since. Although, I haven't seen much of him lately...boo. 

  Pearl Harbor. Sexy man in uniform. Beat that, I dare you.

{ five }  Honestly, how much do you sing in the car? And do you care if people are watching? Furthermore, what do you like to sing in the car? 

I will rock out in the car, for sure. At least everyday I find myself singing along to the radio, it usually has to be pop/Top 40 to get me excited enough to belt it out.  I carpool to work with a friend and he's definitely heard my sweet jams. Poor him. We probably know each other too well because outside of my carpool buddy, manfriend is about the only other person who gets the treat of my drive time performances. Katy Perry's Teenage Dream is my recent song of choice....



(I probably look something like THIS when I sing it.)

{ six }
How long have you gone without a shower/bath? And what was your reason? You're gross. 
  
I took a shower last night before bed. I'm a night showerer and have always been.  The only exception is if I work out in the morning. I like the feeling of climbing into my sheets squeaky clean. There's something psychological for me about having the day's grime on me as I'm trying to clear my mind for bed time. I usually go to bed with wet hair and touch it up int he morning. I'm blessed to be able to get away with a pretty low-maintenance beauty regime.

{ seven } Name one food that you could literally eat every single day for the rest of your life. 
If you're in TX, this is a good one.
GOAT CHEESE. More specifically, goat cheese pizza. I love all products made with rich and tasty goat cheese, but the pizza represents a marriage of my favorite dairy delicacy and  most coveted indulgent meal. I've become something of a pizza snob in recent years, so any eatery that offers goat cheese is usually a safe bet. My mouth is watering just thinking about it....

 

{ eight } It's exactly three months until Christmas! What is your favorite Christmas TV special or movie?

A Christmas Story. duh. It is one of my favorite movies ever, Christmas or not. While it's just surface-level hilarious, the writing for the narrator is so genius. It's really very smartly made. It's a tradition in our family to watch it every Christmas. Thanks to TBS, it's on a 24 hour marathon Christmas Eve. I will watch as much of that as I can. 

That's all folks! 

If any of you blog friends want to answer the same questions, let me know in the comments and I'll give you a sweet shout out so hopefully more friends mosey on over your direction!

I hope you've learned something in this miscellaneous Wednesday gab session! Have a super day! 
Sep 28, 2010

TLC's Sister Wives - Terrible or Terrific?

Did anyone watch TLC's "Sister Wives" Sunday night?

I did, and I can't really make up my mind about it. (Watch the entire episode HERE) The voyeuristic lover of trashy television in me can't get enough and will probably watch the whole season. That's just who I am I guess...


The show is about a Utah man, Kody Brown, and his three wives: Meri, Janelle and Christine. They are fundamental Mormons and practice polygamy.

They all live under one giant roof, in three independent, but connected apartments (see a tour of the place HERE). There are 12 children and one of the wives is pregnant. The children all go to a special school for polygamist children (aka "polig-lets"....HAHAHAHA). Janelle, wife #2, said this:  "If we raise productive, contributing members of society who are moral and ethical, that's our final goal, whatever their path is." I really can't hate on that.

 Kody rotates his nights between all the wives. They adhere to a strict bedroom schedule. Each night he says goodnight to everyone and each morning he greets everyone, but spends each night in a different bedroom. Other than that situation, they all work like a big team. They assured the audience that they "don't do weird:"

 
 Click the blue play button at bottom right for the "non weird" explanation.

On top of it all, he's "courting" a new wife, who, from previews of the season, we learn is officially joining the family. What's really awkward is he hasn't taken a new wife in 16 years and all off sudden now is shopping around. Robin, the new wife is like 15 years younger and way hot. AWKWARD.

 I'm all for this dude doing whatever makes his little heart sing, but for me personally, it's so bizarre. Here are all the things that make me tense about it.....He truly believes he deserves this sex circus. And the wives think he deserves it too. They adamantly claim that all of their sexual relationships and marriages are "independent" (that's just silly). All three of the wives sought this lifestyle and "couldn't dream of not being in a plural marriage." He wants a new, hotter upgrade wife. He has time to shop around for a new, hotter upgrade wife with three wives and 12 children at home.

 Kinda creepy, right?
As a side note, the Brown family is now being investigated for felony bigamy. Let's not forget, having more than one wife is a crime. And this brainiac decided to go on TLC and show the whole world what he was up to. What an idiot. The good news is that this criminal investigation could make the show ALOT more interesting.

I think I"m going to have to keep watching. One thing I can't figure out is how TLC keeps finding all these crazy stories (sextuplets, quintuplets, dwarf family,  the little couple, the Duggars, hoarders, mermaid girl, etc.) Will you be watching Sister Wives?
Sep 27, 2010

Weekend Recap - might not ever top this one

Hey gang! On top of the freaking fabulous weather we're having today, I'm still giddy from an absolutely WONDERFUL weekend! I haven't done one of these in a while, so here's a play-by-play of the action-packed fun train that I rode all weekend...

Friday Night: Manfriend took me on a wonderful and romantical date to the delicious Toulouse. It's a French restaurant that I'd been drying to try. We were lucky enough to get to sit out on the patio. It was a lovely night....

I ate myself into a coma on Goat Cheese Tart, Scallops, Risotto and Creme Bruilee. Even without the amazing food, it was a much needed date after manfriend had been out of town for work all week. It was magnificent. We then caught up on Mad Men. Perfect night.

Saturday Morning: Set the alarm to go to bootcamp and discovered it was raining. Yeah, right, like I'm going to wake up early on a  Saturday and go slave away in the rain. Probably should have gone...

Saturday Afternoon...
Cute friends with cute home.
 Party Number 1: Went to a housewarming for some wonderful friends. They bought a precious little duplex in the Addison area of DFW. They had re-done the entire inside. Replacing floors, painting, adding molding, countertops, the whole works. It was splendid. It felt like a real grown-up home. I had so much fun seeing their project completed. They've been working on it for months. It was another one of those where I felt like I was at the kids table in the Thanksgiving dinner of life. What am I doing being old enough to know people who buy houses and remodel them? I guess I need to get on board...
Party Number 2: Had another birthday party for one of my college besties. Four couples went to a marvelous pizza place in Dallas called Campania. It's really delicious tasty food and its BYOB! It's become a go-to in our group. I was in charge of the wine for everyone and was glad I planned extra, because we blew through all I brought. We then hit bars for a night on the town. I really needed some time with some of my dearest gal pals. Look how precious we are....


Sunday Morning: Manfriend and I took to our Dallas bucket list to knock out an item. We made this little list months ago and haven't done any of it. The winner? The Dallas World Aquarium, which I can walk to from my house. It was awesome! It's sort of more of a mini-zoo, rather than a full-fledged aquarium. We saw penguins, various monkeys, birds, sloths and more. In addition to all the animals to check out, the place is designed like a multi-level rainforest and you wind your way through the levels at your own pace. It was delightful. You even could feed some of the animals! I was sure this bird was going to bite off my whole arm:


It didn't bite anything but the tasty blueberry in my hand. What a good bird. What a good day:


Sunday Night: I had a craving for hot dogs. I love hot dogs. Sometimes this comes over me - I get hot dogs on the brain and can't eat anything else until I get them. I love to eat fancy french food and try interesting new recipes, but my love for an all-beef frank just creeps up every once in a while. Manfriend knows what happens when I get in these moods. We ran out to get all the fixins and had a little grill out dinner. It was chilly enough out by the pool that I needed a sweatshirt! It was amaze-balls.

The whole weekend was perfect. It was nice to have a weekend at home, with no to-do list or cleaning. to be done. Lots of manfriend QT, parties with best pals and even more tasty food. What more could a girl need?

Ask and you shall recieve

I'm sorry if you think weather-centric blogging is a snooze, but this isn't about the weather - or not totally. Last week I bitched and moaned about the late September heat. Then, I made up my mind to be positive and get excited about a possible climate change hopefully around the corner. This morning I woke up and, finally, the season gods smiled on me:

High of 75°? Seventy-freaking-five?!?!?! I think it's because I tried out a new attitude - total and utter optimism. This is generally not how I function.

Early this morning I bopped downstairs with the Prince for his daily morning bathroom trip (and by "bopped," I really mean threw on my robe and glasses and muttered curses about his tiny puppy bladder)  when, to my surprise, I discovered that it was below 60°! What the hell? It was disorienting and fabulous. I spent most of my morning routine trying to figure out WTF was going on. The only explanation is that it is the real Fall happening and I might actually deserve it. I've been a happy camper since.

I'm going to consider this a life lesson:  Be positive and good things happen. I've always heard people speak of this "looking on the bright side" business, but I'm converted. Or will try to be converted.

If a sparkly squirrel doesn't get you in the spirit, I don't know what will.
Happy fall everyone, don't get too close to me today, the rays of sunshine beaming from my ass might blind you. Happy glorious Monday!

Oh yah, one other thing to make this day spectacular: It's MINGLE MONDAY, my favorite weekly blog hop. Get over to Life of Meg, check out some new blogs and get your mingle on. If you're visiting me from there, welcome!
Sep 24, 2010

Happy Friday gang! I'm finding myself really drained today. This weekend could not come fast enough. I have a date night, a housewarming party, a birthday party and manfriend's hockey championships to look forward to. Hip, Hip, Hooray! In the meantime, enjoy the newsflash - which sort of leaned toward the bizarre this week...

1.  It's national singles' week. Now I know what you're thinking..."Isn't every week singles week?" No, apparently not. I've learned that the Buckeye Singles Council in Ohio has designated this week for those who haven't locked it down yet. The celebration dates back to the 1980's and now the tradition is kept alive by the National Singles Press Association. This fascinates me. I technically am a single girl, but am I the only one that finds it totally pathetic that the National Singles Press Association even exists? To all of you unmarried Poodleizers out there...use this week to party hard and enjoy your singledom. Oh wait, we already do that... at all our friends' weddings. FML.

Just for funsies, watch this to get the party started...


 2. Some creepy dude made a cat town. Are you confused about that? Me too. A Florida man bought land and built a cat village on it for his 22 cats. The village has grown and he now has hundreds of them living in this kitty town:

Weird. According to the article, he keeps each cat in top medical condition and spends 14 hours a day maintaining it. He has the blessing of animal rights activists, so I guess the only wrong doing here is bizareness. Follow the link above for more absurd pictures of this cat town. I think I'm grossed out by this, as cats are not my forte, but I might be more fascinated at the village he's built. I wonder if he'd be willing to construct something similar for poodles. Now that's something I could really get behind.

A jerky panty already exists. Strange.
3.  The Gaga meat dress will become jerky. I feel like I keep talking about this, but the saga continues to get stranger and I just can't get over it. The famed Gaga "meat dress" will be preserved so that it lasts forever. The "garment" will be dried out and archived. Archived where? I have a lot of questions about this. First, why? Next, where has it been for the last 12 days since it was worn? In a cooler somewhere? Third, will it ever be worn again? I presume no, so again...WHY?

My go-to non-scary snake pic.
4.  Toilet Snakes are real. I only give this story attention because it is one of my actual, real-life fears coming true before my very eyes (well, kind of).  A New York man headed to do some personal business when he found a 3-foot white corn snake in his toilet - ON THE 19th FREAKING FLOOR OF THE BUILDING!!! The science-y people called to the scene said that it is entirely within the realm of possibility for a snake to: escape from wherever it is supposed to be, get into plumbing, hold its breath for a long time and come up for air in a toilet bowl. This is scary. Like, really scary. For years I've had nightmares about this very scenario and will not enter a dark bathroom without a thorough inspection of the toilet bowl before I use it. I feel oddly validated in my crazy, but probably more scared. Great.

"That squirrel can waterski." (who said this?)
5.  Quote of the Week:

*For extra fun, see if you know the 3 quote references I've built into this little snipet...
"I’m traveling across country by squirrel cart … 400 squirrels pulling a small buckboard …View of squirrels from front, cute. View from side, very cute. View of squirrels from passenger seat, not so cute. If you get the picture."—Steve Martin via Twitter 
I really don't know what this means. Do you? I think of some pretty weird things sometimes, this is one of the more off-the-wall things I've ever imagined. Perhaps it's just Steve Martin being a "wild and crazy guy." (anyone get that reference?) Anywho, made me giggle to imagine 400 squirrels with tiny little harnesses on pulling a grown man down the highway. Imagine how many nuts they must need for fuel. "A squirrel is just a rat in a cuter outfit." you know....(know that one?)

6. (Preface: I've made my best attempt to keep this not X-rated.) Historians have discovered that in WWI the a British Intelligence Agency, known as the M16, used a certain human body fluid as invisible ink. That fluid is only found in dudes and plays a major role in the creation of a fetus. Know what I'm sayin'? They began using it as ink because it was readily available in the field (SICK.) and it eluded the normal detection techniques of the day. The man who pioneered this? He was named Mansfield Cumming. Maybe I'm just the juvenile, but is this not HILARIOUS?!?! Unfortunately for Mansfield, he was removed from his troop because he was the butt of too many jokes. Well, duh. While this type of invisible ink was a great idea at the time, I'm wondering how he thought of this plan. We may have him to thank for all the horrific scenes on 20/20 of hotel  bedspreads under a black light. Thanks Mansfield! 

It's almost the weekend time and I'm really flipping ready for a break. It's been a nuts work week and I have loads of parties and fun planned for the next 2 days. YES!
Sep 23, 2010

1st Full Day of Fall!

Despite my Debbie Downer-ness in the previous post, I'm trying to remain upbeat about Fall finally arriving. Today is the first full day. Fall officially began last night at 11:09 p.m. I'm  not even going to pretend to understand what that's all about.

Since I'm still in summer mode (wearing flip flops and a breezy sundress today because it's flipping HOT), I'm going to discuss the things that I can't freaking wait for....

Lattes.
I tend to restrict my hot beverage intake during the warm months. I'm totally addicted to caffeine, but a hot drink just makes me cringe if I break a sweat walking from the car in to Starbucks (which totally happens all the time). I also like to save my latte dollars for when it counts - the coldness. Bring on the lattes! I've yet to partake in the slice of heaven that is Skinny Pumpkin Spice Latte this year, but when that day arrives I'll be high on life (or coffee).


Cardigans.
A little button-up sweater is probably my favorite garment in the history of clothes (If you don't count a meat dress -- jk). There is just so much versatility with this item. Wear a cute top underneath, but keep warm. Take it off if you get too warm. It's magical. I think I want to buy this:

Buy this little dreamboat HERE. Or you could buy it for me. I'm a medium.

Leggings.
Stretchy pants are straight from heaven. That's really all there is to that. Give me a legging and ballet flat any day. I want to steal this look right off of Diane Krueger's body:

Her boyfriend is Pacey Whitter. Another thing to be majorly jealous of.
Going to a Pumpkin Patch.
This is one of my favorite memories from childhood (and even my adult years). I always, always go to a pumpkin patch to pick out the most perfect and amazing pumpkins. It's one of my favorite traditions. I hope I'll be in a position to go with my family this time around.



Katy Trail.
Near my house there is a magnificent walking/biking/jogging trail called The Katy Trail. When it's cool, it's the prince and my favorite spot. I get my jog on, he sniffs stuff until his little heart is content. It's been way too hot to even think about going before dark (which is the only time for a single lady to go). I love these times. I clear my mind and giggle watching him interact with the copious other pups out walking.

Football and Fall television are already here, so they're not technically on my "can't wait for it" list, but I love I love them oh-so-much. More on both of those later...

There are just a few things to whet my appetite for fall fabulousness! I'm feeling better already!

Where for art thou Fall?

Good Morning! I awoke today to discover that it was cool and crisp-ish in the DFW metroplex today. What the hell? Wondering WTF was going on I took to trusty weather.com for all the answers. This is what I found:


No, it's not Fall coming (although today is the first full day), it's rain. Bummer. It will in fact be into the 90's this week and rainy to boot. Great. Muggy and wet poodle paws. Just when I was high on life that it may be a season change. Boo, hiss. 

Where are you? Is it fall there yet? Please assure me that someone, somewhere is getting relief...
Sep 22, 2010

Totally Random: Snooki and a pony!

Today I came across this totally random, WTF, photo:

Image found HERE
Yes, you're seeing Snooki, a pony, a dog riding that pony and a woman dressed like little Little Bo Peep, the disco years. Also, there is a man in the background suspiciously NOT staring at this scene.

Honestly, has anything more random ever been photographed? I really don't think so. I was going into a trashy celeb news coma, and this was a cold splash of "oh my god is that real?" water in face. Hope everyone is having a super Wednesday so far!
Sep 21, 2010

Rejoice! Men don't give a crap about your shoes!

A new study, out Northumbria University, finds that men don't notice when women wear high heels. Researchers examined men's reactions to women's body movements with and without heels on. With heels on, the body is taller and tilted with more elongated legs and accentuated butt. The men in the study didn't seem to respond to this at all. They had the similar levels of response/arrousal for heeled and non-heeled ladies.

What the hell?!?! Is this not totally revolutionary news to anybody else? I'm particularly and uniquely averse to wearing high heels. I have some arch-related foot weirdness that make them extremely uncomfortable for me. I avoid them whenever I can, but will buck up and strap on some really irrational shoes in the name of fashion here and there. We all do. This sort of validates my years of avoidance. Sort of...

While I always knew he was a special diamond in the rough, manfriend DEFINTELY notices when I wear heels. I don't know if this is because he's an atypical man, or he knows that I'm really bringing out the big guns whenever I do wear them.

Either way, the situation remains the same in my little world I guess. Heels are a special 'treat' for fancy outfits and fancy dates. But, there is a little morsel of my soul that makes me really reassured to read this new study...

Just for funsies, in my fantasy world where I'm rich and famous, I'd probably these for fall:
 Cole Haan's Air Eve Platform Pump. Buy it HERE.

UPDATE: Go HERE for a rockin' slideshow of all the awesome shoes from the recent NY fashion week.

Anyway, Happy Tuesday!

Mingle Monday - go make some friends!

I know it's Tuesday, but there is another edition of Life of Meg'sMingle Monday happening over at her blog. It's a super cool blog hop thingy. Go to it. Make new blog friends. They may be better than your real world friends. I know I'm always looking for totally rad new blogs to check out. Take it from Snow White, Cinderella and Ariel (who I prefer to have a mermaid tail), this blog hop is the place to be!
Sep 20, 2010

OPI - Funky Dunkey

If anyone is interested, I've reached the end of a gargantuan shopping quest. I've found the PERFECT Poodleism purple nail polish. I'm an avid self-manicurist and a total snob about shades of purple. The winner? OPI's Funky Dunkey from the Shrek Collection:


The entire Shrek collection is freaking cute.  I'm learning from my interwebs research that it isn't new, has been out all summer, but I'm just now learning of this...
These all get my seal of approval, but I'm personally not woman enough for lime green. Are you?

Its the little things in life, ya know? Perfect Poodleism Purple nail polish is a small victory that goes a long way in keeping me trucking through my crazy work life these days. The fates thought they'd get me down, take that, fates!
Sep 17, 2010
Happy Friday! I've had a long work week and am oh-so-ready for this weekend. I'm excited to spend the day with my family at TCU Parents Weekend for the little nugget. It feels weird to go to another college's football game, but the TCU horned frogs' colors are purple and white, so I think I can fit right in!

1. Katy Perry got a Russel Brand manicure. When it comes to manicure innovation, I thought I'd seen it all.. Apparently not. For Sunday's VMAs Katy Perry put her Russel Brand (her fiance) on her nails:
I feel weird about this. Its creative, and so her, but kind of odd. I wouldn't feel comfortable picking my nose with manfriend's face on my fingers. And if you're going on TV, you're sure to check for boogers...or I would. Weird.

2. Strap-on shoulder pads, REALLY? If you're really getting into the 1980's fashion renaissance, Jean Paul Gaultier and lingerie giant La Perla have come up with this for you:

Don't be distracted by the crotch sunburst. That's weird too.
It's a bra with shoulder pads. Just so you can get power shoulders no matter where you go. This item does not look comfy to me. There are more straps than I really know what to do with. What happened to the good, old fashioned sewn-in shoulder pads? I guess the beauty of this contraption is you can power those dudes up with any outfit! Hallelujah! As a side note, Jean Paul Gaultier originally designed Madonna's iconic cone bra. Has he had any new ideas since then? My prediction is that these bras will be at Nieman's Last Call by Christmas.

3. Penelope Cruz is 4 1/2 months pregnant! Sexy Spanish diva extraordinaire Penelope Cruz and her husband (who could be characterized the same way, but for a man), Javier Bardem are expecting their first baby! (Did anyone see Vicky Christina Barcelona? I assume their home live is as sexually charged as this entire move was...) They're combined DNA can only lead to a superspawn. Watch out Suri, hold on to your booties, Shiloh, there's a new baby in town who has the potential to out-cute the hell out of you. Rumors have been swirling for months that she has a bun in the oven, but they've confirmed! I love when fabulous and beautiful people have babies. Even more than that, I love children who speak other languages and have accents. I don't really know what it's about, but it always throws me for a loop when kids speak in other tongues. This little chimichanga of a baby is going to be freaking good looking...and a Spaniard. I. can't. wait.

4. The Democratic National Committee has uunveiled a new logo and tag line. I'm not sure why. This seems like a totally random move to me. They are really struggling to keep control of Washington this Fall, but it seems like a bizarre move. More weird than the new logo itself is all the press this unveiling got. On top of it all, its super boring:
 
I'm sorry, but there is pretty much no way to ever top a logo that includes a donkey. Donkeys don't get nearly enough attention these days. Long live the DNC donkey!

5. Quotes of the Week:
"What a diva! She was pathetic, she couldn't remember her lines, and she didn't even have that many. I thought to myself 'why are we all being held hostage by this brat?'" —Tim Gunn, on Taylor Momsen [E!]
Amen, soul sister. Glad she's been banished to the Gossip Girl suburbs.




"Yeah, I just saw her in a meat bikini, and I wanted to barbecue her ass. It was hot. I dug it." —John Stamos, on Lady Gaga's meat dress [MTV]  

John Stamos? John "Uncle Jess" Stamos? Where did he even come from? And what does that creepy BBQ remark mean? I feel weird. 

6. Puppy Party! Wednesday the Guinness Book of World Records named the world's smallest and tallest dogs! And they're BFF, or at least they will pose for a picture together. The smallest dog is Boo Boo, a 2 lb, 4-inch tall Chihuahua. The tallest is Giant George the Great Dane, who weighs 245 lbs and is 43 inches tall!

 The tiny Boo Boo eats just 1 tablespoon of food a day and is approx the size of a bagel. Giant George has his own queen-sized bed. Freaking cute! I wish so bad that I lived in NYC and me and the Prince could have gone to enjoy the event!

Have a magical weekend!

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