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Vogue Editor Wears A Fishnet Body Stocking, Causing Us Concern

Vogue Nippon editor Anna Dello Russo channels a modest version of Lady Gaga in a lace body stocking. Why, oh why, must this be a thing? [Jak And Jill] Keep reading »

For A Sultry Voice, Choose Lucky Strike

Hmm, wonder how much the treatment for lung cancer went for in those days… [Copyranter] Keep reading »

WTF: Hello Kittycapped?

If you ever find yourself being wheeled around a hospital in a Hello Kitty wheelchair, you should probably consider switching to a facility that doesn’t employ Sanrio-branded equipment. (You think this is bad, wait until you see the Hello Kitty sutures they have waiting for you in the operating room!) Sadly, if you’re in the wheelchair in the first place, booking it out of there won’t be so easy. [Inventor Spot] Keep reading »

Introducing Wonder Bread Barbie

Little girls everywhere, it’s finally arrived — Wonderbread Barbie! It’ll be hard to control yourselves, but don’t freak out, OK?! Oh. Wait. No one’s freaking out? Probably because Wonder Bread Barbie clothes actually weren’t terribly high on your list of must-see items. That didn’t stop Catherine McEver from fashioning a whole pint-sized wardrobe out of Wonder Bread wrappings, though. We’ve got to admit that McEver did a bang-up job of turning plastic wrap into doll attire, but we can’t help but wonder who ate all the bread. Come on, look at those thighs; you know Barbie didn’t do it. [Advertising Is Good For You] Keep reading »

WTF! Kitten Born With Two Faces

A kitten in West Virginia is literally a freak of nature. It was born with two faces. Two Face, as it was aptly named, has four eyes, two noses, and two mouths, and can nurse from its mother using either mouth. The kitten looks a little bizarre at first glance, but it’s still really cute. Check out the video if you don’t believe me. [Dlisted] Keep reading »

McQueen Might Sue Cadbury For Copying

The Alexander McQueen brand is considering suing candy maker Cadbury for ganking their style. While we acknowledge that the new Cadbury Flake commercial (right) does resemble the Kate Moss hologram that floated above the McQueen runway a few years back, we still don’t get it. Why does McQueen care about a few similarities when the products each company is selling are entirely different? Even if the same people who go to runway shows and buy $2,500 dresses are big Cadbury consumers — which they’re not, let’s face it — and the commercial for Flake will drive them so mad over chocolate that they spend all their money on that instead of McQueen clothes — which it won’t — we don’t see a reason for the anger, McQueen. Sounds a lot like a frivolous lawsuit to us. [Elle UK] Keep reading »

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