Meet Donna Simpson, a 600-pound woman who wants to gain weight. This 42-year-old woman, already the Guinness World Record holder for “World’s Fattest Mom,” is on a mission to bulk up even more since the delivery of her daughter by 30 medical professionals. The SSBBW (super-size big beautiful woman) model’s goal is to get up to 1,000 pounds and be the face for the underground fat movement. She’s documenting her progress on her website, where she posts photos of her weight gain. You can also check out some pics of her modeling lingerie and find out about her sushi obsession. Umm … gluttonously despicable, radically subversive, or a heartwarming example self-acceptance? Discuss amongst yourselves. [Lemondrop]
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The clever lyric goes: “Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans.” But an even greater lyric might go: “Life is what happens while you’re feeling about 11 years old.” I’m often told by my shrink that the greatest challenge for men is reconciling that they are in fact adults, while the majority of women he sees are in therapy to stave off turning into their own mother.
So let’s see: that would mean my wife and I (and most other couples) are quite the fetching pair: An adolescent boy strolling down the street with his lady’s mother.
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Poor Sarah Palin. Yeah, I said it: poor Sarah Palin. Her future son-in-law was too busy starring in a commercial for pistachios to take care of his infant son. But even though he claims to be a reformed man, Levi Johnston won’t leave behind the bright lights of D-list celebrity that easily. And — surprise! — it’s another questionable move for Thanksgiving dinner relations. On August 9th, Levi will film a music video for up-and-coming R&B star Brittani Senser for the song “After Love,” playing a boyfriend who is pushed away by his girlfriend’s mother. (Not that art imitates life or anything.) The day before his big music video debut, Levi will have attended the Teen Choice Awards with Brittani on his arm. Keep reading »
That Mel Gibson. He’s got quite the dirty mind! In the latest audiotape (#7) released by gossip blog RadarOnline.com, Mel allegedly screams at ex-girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva that she’s a “f**king fake” and a “glum c**t” and tells her she should go have sex with another man in front of her 12-year-old son from another relationship. “The game’s over,” Mel rages. “Let the new games begin so you can get it on with anybody else and your son can watch it. What it is? Number 45 he’s going to have to look at? F**king good.” He also tells Oksana — with whom he held a tree-planting ceremony in February to celebrate their daughter, Lucia — “I am so f**king sorry I had a child with you.” Probably not as sorry as Lucia will be for having been born into this mess. [RadarOnline.com] Keep reading »
Wendy is on vacation, so we’ll be posting some of her more popular past Dear Wendy columns (that some of you may have missed!) to get you through the week.
I’ve been with my girlfriend for a year. I love her, for so many reasons, and she’s very attractive (intellectually and physically). For the first six months of dating, I couldn’t think of anybody but her, and if I did start to think of anyone else, I just shut that part of me down. As soon as the six-month mark hit, though, I found myself attracted to other girls. It wasn’t just physical attraction — I’m a guy, I imagine every attractive woman I see bouncing on the end of my d**k — but the kind of attraction that, were I not with my girlfriend, would make me try to pick these girls up. And I don’t know if it bothered me because I didn’t want to be attracted to anybody but her, or if I was bothered by the fact that I wanted to flirt with these other girls — almost all of whom are part of my girlfriend’s social circle. Well, I told my girlfriend and at first she reassured me that it was normal for people to be attracted to others, even if they’re in relationships (though she’s never told me about anyone she was attracted to; what’s up with that?). But now, a year into our relationship, she’s turned a bit into that “crazy/jealous girlfriend” stereotype. At social gatherings, I can’t help but want to be around these other girls, and my girlfriend glares at me occasionally, or joins in our conversations (not rudely, but she is there). I’m open and honest with her, and tell her who I like and why. And now she just cries. What am I supposed to do? Lie? —Horn Dog
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This puppy needs to just stop it with the cuteness! Now I’m all worked up about maybe dressing up my little dog Lucca as Roo. [via BuzzFeed] Keep reading »