Posts Tagged ‘Perez Hilton’

All The News Unfit To Print

September 2, 2015


7795300014_compAlright, I confess. I read way too much celebrity gossip. While reading any amount at all could fall into the category of “too much,” I admit that I read enough to be able to hold my own in any discussion on the latest scandals, hook ups and split ups of well known people I have never met.

I certainly could do worse things than keep up with senseless gossip, like sleep with the nanny while married, fondle young children, get arrested while intoxicated, or simply pour myself into a sheer dress six sizes too small, wear a pound of makeup and strut around town acting like I’m all that and a bag of chips too! Yes, the celebs do interest me, but sometimes I just skim the article and read the comments. Let me be clear on this one; I never, ever comment.

The commenters are a slice of human life that I find mind boggling. They either type on smart phones and don’t read through it before pressing enter, or they are not the most literate bunch you will meet. Probably both. Most comments are riddled with typos, poor grammar, and misuse of words. They almost always mess up the “you’re and your” situation, and fight with one another like they are the Real Housewives of some trailor park community. They go back and forth as if they have all the time in the world to argue over the most inane things. They viciously attack other commenters, and the website they are on for posting such drivel. That is always the most amazing part. They take time out of their “busy” days to not only dish up parenting advice for Kim “Kartrashian” as they call her, or her mother PMK (Pimp Mama Kris), they also spend time telling Perez Hilton how much they hate him, his sexual orientation and his website, or insisting that websites stop printing articles about “these people”.

Radar Online itself is no better. It is likely written by a middle schooler with an attention deficit disorder. The grammar is horrendous, and the facts are often a little mixed up. Jennifer Aniston honeymooned in Bora Bora and Keeping Up With The Kardashians was filming in St. Barts, but they both are exotic beach locales starting with the letter B, so WTF, right? They write big lead ins such as “all the intimate details of blah, blah, blah, and then don’t actually have any details to share.

It is one thing to voyeristically enjoy a dishing the dirt a bit, and another to go online and publically attack strangers by sharing bigoted comments that nobody really wants to know about. I am facinated by what makes these people tick, and what their lives are like that prompts them to be so verbose and opinionated, as well as have the time on their hands to troll these sites all day.

Do you like celebrity gossip? Where do you draw the line?

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Super Sleuthing

November 21, 2014

I don’t generally use this site for tasteless gossip, but hey, it’s Friday, it’s freezing cold, and I have a little time on my hands right now.

As I was perusing Perez Hilton, reading yet another ridiculous post about Kim Kardashian’s well oiled rear end, I noticed something suspicious. How could the entire media gossip world have missed this one?

Kim is not, in fact naked. I repeat, she is NOT actually naked! While everyone is posting stories on what type of oil was used to make her butt so shiny ( it’s been attributed to a local French baby oil by her makeup artist, and to a hair oil from her very own haircare line by Mrs. West herself,) I am here to tell you differently. She is wearing a skin toned, latex suit! Uh-huh honey ( see what I did there with the Kanye reference?) This particular photo shows subtle lines around her upper body, which are clearly straps. Blow this photo up a little bit and see what I mean. A photo expert, who happens to live in this house, noted that the skin reflections are different on the presumed covered parts than on the actual skin. And when I  blew it up in more dramatically in photoshop ( I really do need to get a life) you can see where she has been photoshopped down a size or two ( or three.)

She has been photographed recently wearing latex clothing from fetishwear designer Atsuko Kudo, In a recent comment to the Daily Mail, the designer remarked,”‘Latex fits so much to the body that to the naked eye it’s very difficult to tell if it’s a top and a skirt, or a dress.”. ( Or a bodysuit to make it look like you’re nude when you really aren’t?)
Kim’s skin-tight outfit appears to leave little room for underwear, and Simon admitted it generally looks better if the wearer does go sans pants.

Ah-ha! Another clue. Did Kudo design a special suit to smooth her skin, compress her a bit and make her look sleeker and slicker?

Take a look at this photo from Perez Hilton, and see what you think. The caption is referring to the oil, but I, dear readers, have found something different. kim-kardashian-paper-oil-doodle__oPt
Look at the scoop under her arm, and the straps and scooped back. Those aren’t tan lines!

I should have been a detective…Mwahhahahahaha!

Break the internet Indigo Jones!

*We shall resume our more tasteful and useful stories on Monday!

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Fashion Faux Pas at Forty

May 13, 2011

When it comes to fashion, how old is too old to carry off the look?

A recent article in London’s Daily Mail posed the question to 2000 women, aged 18-65, and the answers were surprising.

A whopping 44% of the women polled regularly worry that they are too old to wear certain items of clothing.

The group believes that miniskirts should be taboo after age 35, and stilettos should be banned by age 51. Knee-high boots were deemed inappropriate after the age of 47, leather pants at age 34 and tight tops at age 44. The most shocking revelation was perhaps their contention that women should not wear bikinis over the age of 47, and by age 61, swimsuits in general should be avoided completely.  Hello, have you ladies not seen Helen Mirren in a bathing suit?

Startlingly, body shape was not a factor in their decisions.  As a woman of “a certain age” who spends quality time in the gym, working out and eating healthfully, I am offended by the assertion that I may be too old to wear certain of these items.  I am equally appalled by the young women who are seriously over weight walking around with rolls of exposed fat oozing over the tops of their jeans, bellies exposed.  Is it their right to dress tastelessly because they are young?

Only minutes after reading this article, I saw a post on the gossip site Perez Hilton; regarding the inappropriate display of flesh when 13-year-old Disney starlet Bella Thorne was photographed wearing a skimpy bikini on the beach.  The 85 comments that followed seemed to agree that she was too young to be flaunting her body, albeit a childlike one, in public.

So, if 13 is too young, and 47 is too old, what is the fashion sweet spot?  Are we to be relegated to frumpiness just because we are over 40?  From the overwhelming response to the article, the answer is clearly and resoundingly, NO!

Let your mirror be your guide, and good taste be your barometer for style regardless of your age.

Otherwise, when I hit 53, and have to cut off my hair, wear sensible shoes and elastic waist pants, please just shoot me!

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