Gift For Gab: The Best Comments For The Week Of September 10, 2010
We here at The Frisky live for celeb gossip, chocolate, and your comments. What can we say? You crack us up! Each week in this column, we 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 from this week in the comments!Dieter in Quick Pic: Model Inner Monologue: Dumbfounded At Duckie Brown
“Upon finding one of their models a desiccated corpse with an erection, they immediately instituted Operation Feed That Man A F***ing Cheeseburger, or at least had the good sense to make them wear more clothes.”
“My American Girl Doll had that dress, FOR SURE! I’m sticking to yoga pants and crop t-shirts for my stay at home writing gig, a thank you!”
“I don’t know about the rest of ya’ll, but my vag (sorry, *labia minora* for everyone who’s going to jump on my case for not using the proper terminology) doesn’t look like that.”
“Well, even if one were down with the Jo-Bro, not really any advantage to him turning 18 with that purity ring on”
“Well if you are going to cover arseless chaps, I think just about anything will do. Gingham Curtains! That is a go!”
“DAMN! TO think…. if only I could get my hands on this. I’d be shagging all the time… get it… rug… shag… (#epicfail?)”
“*facepalm* Why? Why? WHY? is this happening? First we have Bridezillas and over-the-top, disgustingly gauche weddings. Then we have shows like Bridal Boot Camp. Now brides are going to be made to feel that they should go under the knife whenever they get hitched?
I feel very, very sorry for anyone involved with this show or anyone who thinks for a second that this is a good, healthy idea.
People get married because they love each other for who they are! Isn’t that what we celebrate at weddings? Not how they can up-themselves over who looks better.
For the record, I had no pre-wedding plastic surgery and I didn’t even enroll in any sort of bridal boot camp or hardcore exercise regimen beforehand. I wanted to be me when I walked down the aisle. The person my husband loved. The person I was proud to be, faults and all.”
“I see your splintery hardwood and raise with carpet. You can loose all the skin off your knees in five minutes.
And the kitchen counter is always a little too tall for good angling, and just leads to frustration. Unless the dude has a 40-inch inseam, maybe. Or if you have a nice kitchen island that has no stove burners on it. Or, just no counters. Seriously.”
“It’s clearly a story of unrequited love! The poor little T-rex is all alone, in the dark corner, going “ROWR!*” at a lovely woman who doesn’t even seem to know he’s there. Someday he’ll work up the courage to hop up onto the chair, or maybe that table, and show her what an incredible T-rex he is.
*Dinosaur-to-English translation – ‘I love you!’ “
“If the $160 you have was stolen from orphans with cancer, and the jeans are made out of ground rhino horn and the pelts of albino snow leopards, then yes, yes it is wrong to buy them.
Otherwise, it’s your money, you can go buy crack with it for all I care.”
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