Posts tagged "samantha brick"

Oh Boy, Another British Woman Complains She’s Too Pretty To Work

Samantha Brick, meet Laura Fernee, another woman afflicted by the same horrid condition as you -- being too beautiful. You two could start a mutual self-appreciation society. Fernee said she quit her job as a medical researcher because she's too pretty, and her male colleagues were constantly harassing her. "I wanted them to recognise my…

By: Julie Gerstein / May 20, 2013

“Hated For Being Beautiful” Writer Now Says Husbands Should Divorce Wives Who Get Fat

A few years back, I heard about a guy who was given a free pass by his buddies to stray from his marriage ... all because his wife had "let herself go" -- aka she had put on weight(likely as a result of carrying their daughter) and struggled to take it off. And somehow, that wa…

By: The Stir / April 20, 2013

A Couple Of Teenage Samantha Bricks

It's really hard being pretty. That's the sentiment held by the Rebecca Blacks of 2012, Double Take, who have made a simply horrific track called "Hot Problems." Because "hot girls we have problems too, we're just like you except we're hot." Clearly, two of their problems are 1) they can't sing and 2) they will…

By: Julie Gerstein / April 18, 2012

Samantha Brick Still Doesn’t Understand The Real Reason Women Don’t Like Her

Since Samantha Brick exploded (maybe imploded?) onto the scene earlier this week with her Daily Mail article on the vagaries of being a beautiful woman, she's been making the media rounds. Yesterday, Brick appeared on the UK show "ITV This Morning," going head-to-head with the show's hosts and psychologist Emma Kelly. Despite their best efforts,…

By: Julie Gerstein / April 6, 2012

Samantha Brick Has Very High Self-Esteem, Is Possibly Delusional

Samantha Brick is a lady writer for the UK's Daily Mail, which makes her, yes, perhaps less than 100 percent credible. She also thinks she's totally the most gorgeous woman in the world. Don't believe me? Just ask her. She wrote a 2,000 word screed on the subject for the paper. And she was entirely serious.

By: Julie Gerstein / April 4, 2012