It’s high time for American couples to take their cue from the Russians when it comes to their style of wedding photography. The new rules for capturing your big day include: don’t be afraid to rely heavily on Photoshop, draw inspiration from Greek mythology, and spread your legs whenever you feel like it. There’s more ridiculousness where these pair of newly betrothed centaurs come from. Think, brides peeing and couples riding giant swans.
Click through to see a few of my favorite traditional Russian wedding photos. I’m sure you’ll approve as much as I do. [DailyMail UK via Sad And Useless]
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Thanks for the heads up about how to shower our “most precious parts with these soft and gentle wipes.” And by “most precious parts,” you mean our hoohoos. One thing — is “hoohoo” the name of my vagina? Because it is also the name of my grandmother on my dad’s side, and this could get confusing. If it’s OK with you, I’ll refer to the products by a less disrespectful name, the East River Ferry.
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Welcome to the Stock Photo Model Spa, a soothing getaway that in no way resembles a real life spa. Here, they massage you with ballsacks and embalm you with cucumbers. Full makeup and awkward facial expressions are encouraged. Click through to see some of the very obscure treatments you can receive there — from Butt Rolfing to Facicures — along with our imagined descriptions…
Someday I will sit down and write a book about all of the ridiculous auditions I went on when I was an actress. I will fill pages and pages about my most humiliating experiences — like, the time there was a dog in the room and it was sniffing my crotch while I did a scene about being stranded on an icy mountain or the time one of the producers stopped me in the middle of an audition for a part described as a “slutty bitch” to tell me that my mom was his second grade teacher. Keep reading »