Commenters Ball: Our Favorite Comments Of The Week

We here at The Frisky live for celeb gossip, chocolate, and your comments. What can we say, you bitches crack us up! So in honor of you, our smart, sexy, and incisive readers, who aren’t afraid to talk smack on the Internet, we’re giving away prizes! After reading 40 pages worth of awesome comments, we can unfortunately only award five of you an awesome Modofly notebook. So, without further adieu, here are the lucky winners of this week’s Commenters Ball…

Note: I’d like to send my condolences to one of our favorite fellow bloggers and commenter, CaseyDancer. Sadly, she had to put her poor sick kitty to rest this morning. R.I.P. Tippy.

Silliest Sense Of Smell
Pipi from Britney Spears’ “Circus” Music Video Debuts
Pipi’s got a nose for comedy. She wrote about Britney Spears :

“I imagine with all those shots of perfume she probably smells like a French baby hooker.”

Most Likely To Jerk Off To The Movie “Risky Business”
djaiv from Thoughts From Guys On Our IM: Why Don’t You Notice Our Effing Lingerie?!
While Amelia was asking our Guys On IM if they liked lingerie, they all said they liked the American Apparel thigh high socks. But djaiv took it one step further and described Tom Cruise’s outfit from his big lip-syncing scene in “Risky Business:”

“Yeah, the sock thing…. And little else. The sexiest thing ever: my button-down shirt and nothing else (well, maybe the socks) on. When a woman puts that on, I’m doomed.…”

Well if you like that djaiv, then you’re going to looooooove Heidi Klum’s Guitar Hero commercial spoof.

Best Pop Culture Reference
Lynn in Angelina Jolie’s Red Carpet Deja Vu
Lynn hilariously called Angelina out on her make-up:

“Holy eyebrow pencil, Batman!”

Best Respect
ShortStack from Mind Of Man: Why We Love Strippers
ShortStack brought up the merits of a lady who knows what her husband wants versus a paid professional. Some offense was taken, and here’s how she replied, like a lady:

“Internet expression does little to convey emotion but, thank you. I do have a skewed opinion on dancers but, it’s not born of jealousy or hatred. You have both offered a fair perspective and understanding of yourselves and the profession you have been employed within. I respectfully honor, not only your choices but, your choice to explain choices though you didn’t and shouldn’t have to. It’s hard enough to live as you choose and harder still to have someone comment on your choices as if the world is black and white. I have not been in your shoes but, I have been blindly judged and it sucks. That is not the only reason I extend apology but, it is one reason. I wish we could meet and talk. I would really like to get to know you and Casey and who you are. Thank you again.”

Best Retort
vanya in Sexist Advertising Alert: Does This Suit Look Good With The Model I Just Murdered?
A sexist and violent advertisement for Duncan Quinn suits enraged most of The Frisky’s readers, but one commenter thought we should be more accepting of “art.” Vanya had something to say about that:

“I do accept, and support, art, financially and through attendance. I don’t necessarily believe that advertising is art, however. Further, I will accede that my own past experience influence my thinking – as they do everyone’s. Having been stabbed, beaten, raped, and left for dead, by my attacker (who is still at large) I will freely admit that I don’t find “everything safe is boring”.

FYI, now you need to register to comment on The Frisky (c’mon, you know you were getting tired of those spammers posting mumbo-jumbo links too!), BUT, we have a little extra incentive for you, besides the freedom to speak your mind. We’re now giving away prizes to our favorite commenters—so register hot stuff and get ready to knock our socks off! Next week’s prize for our five favorite commenters is the flapper feminist classic read “Live Alone And Like It”. Click HERE for the official rules.

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