Gift For Gab: Your Best Comments For The Week Of March 12th 2010
We here at The Frisky live for celeb gossip, chocolate, and your comments. What can we say? You crack us up! Each week we’re going to shout out to our smart, sexy, and incisive readers, who aren’t afraid to talk smack on the internet. And you can get in on the action too. Tell us your favorite comments of the week below. Alison Wonderland in Quick Pic: Rihanna Is Always Ready For Some Base Jumping
“The people who wear pajama pants in public don’t need any encouragement to leave the house in their Snuggies.”
“Keep in mind that there is a Style section on this site. People obviously want to know. And it is pretty ridiculous to let someone come in and buy out all of your stock of an item. That person is obviously going to leave your store and make a large profit. That just screams bad business.”
“It’s a basic principle of white magic that like attracts like, so there’s not much to be surprised at here. Sooner or later, guys were bound to start wrapping their bananas, if not in banana leaves, then in tighty-whities made from banana bark.
As a fashion accessory, that scarf made to look like a pair of jeans is just adorable.”
“….unless he wants to veer from the whole hot mermaid thing and go with a very literal interpretation of what a sea creature might look like.”
“@alexadee: If I had kids ruling the world, there would be a high turnover rate, every year or so and only kids under the age of 9(ish) would be able to serve. After a certain age, kids become much more jaded and wily. We’d have to keep the Body of Children young, fresh, and open-minded.
I love to speculate on such things as well.”
“‘Shockingly, only 17 percent of directors are female, which explains why it took until 2010 for someone with a vajayjay to win.’
Unfortunately, no, that does not adequately explain it. if it did, then 17% of directing Oscar winners would be female, right? Instead we now have 1… out of 82 Oscars. Sadly, that is just over 1%. We have a long way to go and the number of female directors has only a little to do with it. Hollywood is a man’s world, still. It’s hard for women to get taken seriously and it doesn’t help when the press focuses on the fact that she was once married to a fellow nominee (obnoxious as he is) and that she doesn’t do “girly” work. I saw so many articles that said, “You wouldn’t even know this was directed by a woman!” How demeaning.
Hopefully this win helps people recognize that good work is good work, period. It has nothing to do with sex or gender or the topic at hand.”
Thank you for all your comments.