“Sex and the City” is one of the many shows I have a love-hate relationship with. In the beginning it was a groundbreaking show for portraying women in their thirties as single (without judging them to be spinsters), being frank about the fact that women enjoyed sex and for showing each to be independent and successful. Then it sort of became shoe porn and harder to understand why Carrie was obsessed with Big, a guy who seemed pretty indifferent and outright mean to her. Oh, well.
No matter how much hate I have for the show, I have a lot of love for it and will probably always watch the TV series or movie with glee if it is put in front of my face. With great love and admiration comes great parody. The “Sex and the City” 3-quel twitter perfectly captures Carrie’s not-so-clever, on the nose, voice overs in a way only a fan could. You would have had to have watched quite a few seasons to get Bradshaw’s naive, pun-y musings about romance in the big city down so well. Read more on College Candy…
What a normal person drops their iPad and the screen shatters, they yell curse words and haul their ass to a Genius Bar to beg for help. When Martha Stewart drops her iPad and the screen shatters, she Tweets about it and waits for Apple to come to her house to pick it up. And she waits. And she Tweets. And she waits. And she Tweets. And she waits… [Defamer]
Heyyyy Girl, whatcha doin? Oh … winning “New Girl” Seasons 1 & 2 on DVD? That’s what I thought.
To honor the quirky, Nick-lovin’ school teacher we all know as Jess Day (aka Zooey Deschanel), we’re tipping our hats to her brief period of unemployment in between teaching gigs AND giving you a chance to take home the first two seasons of the hit FOX show!
During her “funemployment,” Jess tried her hand at being a shot girl, a haunted house zombie, and best of all, her boobs “didn’t have to go to boob jail every day.” Keep reading »
Man, do I love a good Bill. Murray, Cosby, Clinton, Nye, Gates… I’ll take ‘em all. Bills are just the best! Here are two of them (Clinton and Gates, to be specific) captured in the form of a genuine @billclinton selfie. This looks just like a selfie my dad would take. Read: very blurry. Dads! They have a real hard time with phone cameras. Right, Chelsea? [Twitter]
You’ll love it at The Factory. Burlington Coat Factory’s Twitter feed, that is. It’ has more than great coats; it has wacky one-liners (“The cat said stop in today and purrrrrchase a #coat), odd turns of phrase, (“Yes it is halfway to the week but since when.”) and tweets that seem to purposefully be missing words or employing incorrect punctuation (“Can you believe fall fashion is! “). Either it’s an understated Twitter parody or the retailer hired one special rainbow to mange their social media presence. OK, it’s fake. But I don’t really care. I am now following @BurlCoatFactory simply because I would like to be friends with the unicorn who belongs to this beautiful mind. Please identify yourself…whoever you are. [Jezebel]
Jaden Smith is little more than a super-rich child actor with a famous family who has enough money and foolhardiness to encourage others to drop out of school once and for all so they can be just like him (i.e. all but incapable of differentiating “there” and “they’re”). But is he also Amanda Bynes? Not for anything — Amanda has been diagnosed mentally ill, which is clearly no laughing matter — but Jaden has been seriously biting Amanda’s Twitter flair while she’s in treatment. Same enthusiasm, same spotty frequency, same self-possession, same syntax, same loose grasp on the English language, same weird sense of ubiquity … it’s uncanny. Contrast and compare, and I’ll let you draw your own natural conclusion: Keep reading »
First of all, if you don’t follow Aaron Paul on Twitter, you must. He’s lovely and he always live tweets new “Breaking Bad” episodes with the rest of us normals (sigh, only two left). His regular use of the social networking platform has earned him a respectable million plus followers who hang on his every word. One of my favorite things to do is to look at his Twitter responses and find the one person who always – ALWAYS — has something inappropriately sexual and random to say. Click on for some of my favorites.
“School Is The Tool To Brainwash The Youth,” claimed Jaden Smith, 15-year-old child actor and Scientolo-spawn, during an unsubstantiated Twitter semi-tirade over the weekend. The irony! Unfortunately, Jaden failed to clarify whether or not the late New Village Leadership Academy, founded by Will and Jada Pinkett Smith on the basis of a curriculum developed by Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, fell under this umbrella of baseless general opinion. The school shuttered earlier this year, reportedly due to fallout once parents discovered that they were paying $23,000 a year for their spoiled Hollywood kids to be, well, brainwashed. Perhaps Leah Remini could clear this one up for us? A more comprehensive take on Jaden’s wi$dom… Keep reading »