Pick of the Week
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Here’s my grab-bag pick of last weeks best illustration inspiring celebrity gossip, scandals, arts, entertainment, & just plain quirky stories & picture sexiness. A weekly round-up for busy pervs. There’s pictures—reading optional.
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This weeks stories & pics
Selena Gomez’s Bosten performance wardrobe malfunction that wasn’t (egotastic.com).
Selena is a very popular girl, and that the pequeña latina may have accidentally shown her coño liso initially evoked quite a fap flurry on some celeb boards; alas, the truth was nude coloured bragas. If SelGo’s runaway lead as celeb you’d most like to see in a sex tape is anything to go by then many will still be eagerly awaiting that magic oops moment when it does come.
In the meantime, if you are craving your fix of delicioso coño latina, you may find Latina Pick of the Week delivers.
Mariah Carey gave for 4th July (dailymail.co.uk).
Here’s the pics (gotceleb.com).
Nicki Minaj wagered a lot of tittie at The BET Awards (hotcelebuzz.com).
“Kristen outing [sic] came as her ex Robert Pattinson was linked to her friend Riley Keough, with whom she starred in movie The Runaways in 2010.”
Well, the legs were see-thru if little else, and K-Stew sending estranged R-Patz a message is more clitty on the tip of journalistic tongue than anything else.
That’s quite a look though, and speaking of which, MSN discovered that the facial expression most associated with Kristen is actually named “Bitchy Resting Face” (uk.msn.com).
“… according to experts this is a real phenomenon that many women have to deal with.”
I love those “experts”. So give the girl a break; it’s not her fault she’s looking at you like you just pulled out an already creamimg three inch twinkie.
Here’s those pics and more in HQ (imgcelebs.info).
“Lopez reportedly changed into a traditional Turkmen outfit during her show and personally serenaded Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow—whose government is accused of arbitrarily arresting and torturing political dissidents.”
Does Berdimuhamedow have a wall of photographs of his celebrity sexual conquests like Middle Eastern autocrat Aladeen?
“…when I fall, I get back up. When I am wrong, I will learn the lesson and move on to face other challenges. For me, that’s what creating your own life is. Doing your best work while being your best self.”
The story just won’t go away! J.Lo made over $10m “serenading crooks” according to report (latino.foxnews.com).
“The Human Rights Foundation, … has issued a report showing that in the last couple of years the Latina mogul has received ‘in excess of $10 million for serenading crooks and dictators from Eastern Europe and Russia.’”
“Bilson is said to have lose thousads [sic] of dollars worth of clothing and jewlery, but also treasured posessions such as her mother’s engagement ring.”
Here’s Rachel in those simply deliciously pics from August’s Cosmopolitan in HQ (gotceleb.com).
Now out, the first reviews of The Bling Ring are in. How’d it do? (uk.msn.com)
“It may have a point to make about celebrity obsession but mostly it’s as superficial as its characters.”
Heck, that’s the furtive furtile field in which celebrity fandom is sown!
I’m an unashamed fan of Gwen Stefani’s tummy too! (egotastic.com).
Emily Ratajkowski, tits, ass & bush Galore! (hotcelebshome.com).
[Insert comment about sticky buns here.]
Here’s the pics (hotcelebuzz.com).
Enter the Dragon’s Jim Kelly sadly passed on (uk.movies.yahoo.com).
“He played he Afro-topped tough guy named Williams in the 1973 [Bruce Lee] cult classic ‘Enter the Dragon’ and supplied some of the film’s best lines: He’s ‘too busy lookin’ good,’ Mr. Han-man comes ‘right out of a comic book,’ and ‘ghettoes are the same all over the world—they stink.’”
“Bullshit, Mr. Han-man.” Machismo sound-bytes for a generation. So sad. You can catch some of those classic lines in the clip here (monologuedb.com).
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Lady Gaga got a waxwork at Musée Grévin in Paris (fashionmagazine247.com).
Kristina & Karissa Shannon were ass’tastic poolside Playmate twins (egotastic.com).
Arts, tech. & funnies
Wanting the world’s smallest waist (uk.msn.com).
“Michele Koebke has shrunk her waist to a tiny 54cm by wearing a corset everyday for three years—even whilst she sleeps.”
Hey, I think those curves look pretty damn hot—especially in the ass area!
Are women as excited by unmonogomous sexual encounters as men are perceived to be? Although the socially-acceptable answer is “no” the science cries “yes, yes, YES” it seems:
“… subjects maintained that the strangers aroused them least of all. The plethysmograph said the opposite: sex with strangers delivered a blood storm.”
I don’t really see much new here though—for years Germaine Greer’s been vocal on female fantasies of sex with football teams (bbc.co.uk, cut in at 5:35 to hear Germaine contest the assumption that female fantasies are monogomous).
Bergner is a guy of course; what’s a female perspective on his book: A feminist sexologist review of Dan Bergner’s “What Do Women Want?” (goodtherapy.org).
“Bergner doesn’t propose that monogamy is a patriarchal plot, exactly. But the take-home message of his book is clear: Women are less suited for monogamy than men, and it may all be a colossal con job that everyone thinks the opposite.”
Yikes! There you go, but are we any nearer to accepting it without condemnation or are those double-standards eternal?
Sex and the City praised for eradicating pubic lice (uk.msn.com).
“… doctors have pointed to an episode aired in 2000, which centred around Brazilian waxing, for helping the battle against the pesky insects.”
The minge may now be commonly a shaven haven from the crab louse but does that mean those left living are left marooned on some dudes particularly hairy nads?
Kate Moss celebrated as “great modern muse” in Christie’s contemporary art sale (independent.co.uk).
“More than 50 pieces in various media will go on sale at Christie’s on 25 September with prices starting from £4,000.”
“…portraits, artworks and sculptures of Moss over the past 20 years by names including Nick Knight and Allen Jones, this collection reveals the famously silent model interpreted in many different ways.”
“Moore and Hepworth share similar concerns to Lucas. They imagine the human body transfigured into abstract form. Lucas, too, transforms the body, but in ways that always point back, with harsh humour, towards the unvarnished facts of life.”
Tate show “Art Under Attack” charts history of violence against art (guardian.co.uk).
“It is a sensitive area for modern galleries and arguably a bold decision for Tate Britain to stage the show. Its sister gallery Tate Modern was one of the most recent victims of attack when Wlodzimierz Umaniec defaced a Rothko in the name, he said, of “yellowism”.”
“Art is not prayed to in modern Britain. It is set apart though, and that makes it a target.”
I dunno, the revenue it can possibly create I’m sure generates a lot of prayers.
Sky Deutschland to “beam adverts into train passengers’ heads” (digitalspy.co.uk).
“When a tired commuter rests their head against a carriage window, an ad urging them to download the Sky Go app that only they can hear will be transmitted.”
Blimey! I don't like the sound of that. If I start resting my head on something and start hearing voices in my head I’ll be convinced I’m about to be sectioned under the Mental Health Act.
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