Oregon resident Sandy MicMillan recently took a quick trip to her local Walmart to pick up chips, sour cream, and coffee creamer (this detail is not important, I just thought I would call your attention to her shopping list). She figured it was hot out and, duh, it’s Walmart, so why put on clothes over her skimpy string bikini (which she incidentally purchased there last summer)? I mean, if People Of Walmart
is an accurate depiction of patron fashion, then there isn’t really a dress code at the superstore. Ass cracks, back tits, and pet goats, come one, come all! Sandy claims Walmart employees kicked her out of their fine establishment, complaining that she was showing too much skin and violating health codes (huh?). Walmart denies the story, saying that Sandy was actually asked to leave for being verbally abusive, not for her outfit choice. Sandy is now boycotting Walmart forever and will probably file a lawsuit. She’ll just have to get her cream products somewhere else, somewhere that appreciates a woman’s right to flaunt her bikini bod. [Dlisted
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You could never tell by the gleaming chip-free polish on my toes that there is a horror show happening on the soles below. Walking has been my main source of transportation for the last 10 years and I have the callouses to prove it. Trips to the salon soften things for a few days, but I need something to use at home in the week between visits; that’s where the Emjoi Micro-Pedi comes in. Unlike metal scrapers and razors, this battery-powered foot buffer smoothes away callouses without butchering the tender skin beneath it. Now, who wants to give me a foot rub?
I stumbled across this Angelina Jolie interview in Girlfriends Magazine circa 1997, back when she was married to Jonny Lee Miller and was doing press for the movie “Foxfire.” I found a bit that was oddly prophetic:
Girlfriends: You husband [Jonny] has been described as Britain’s Brad Pitt. Is that a fair assessment?
Jolie: [Laughter] I don’t know Brad Pitt, but that’s certainly not how I treat him.
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“Dating is new to me … I see the whole thing like someone who’s been in a coma and I’ve come out like, ‘Wait, people text message? They text love? How do you text about love??’”
—Oliva Wilde talks to Nylon about swimming the dating shark pool again after her divorce. Oh man, I feel for her. She has so many more confusing moments to confront. It makes me momentarily grateful to be a dating veteran. I may be single, but at least I (kind of) know how the dating machine operates. [Daily Mail UK] Keep reading »
I had to read this Daily Mail article about a dangerous, self-tanning nasal spray at least three times before I understood what was going on. It was so incomprehensible to me. Here’s the breakdown: in the UK there’s a self tanning product called Ubertan that’s all the rage in salons. It’s an herbal nasal spray that promises to darken your skin tone by heightening melatonin melanin levels when snorted twice a day for seven to 10 days. Keep reading »
We’re officially too old to use those fun smelly markers at work. Do they even make those anymore? We lived for those things in elementary school. Now you can get a whiff of your childhood and still appear to be a respectable adult with this pack of Smencils. These gourmet scented pencils smell yummy and are environmentally friendly. Our “to do” list is going to smell amazing.