Pick of the Week
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Here’s my grab-bag pick of the best illustration inspiring celebrity gossip, scandals, arts, entertainment, & just plain quirky stories & picture sexiness. A round-up for busy pervs. There’s pictures—reading optional.
Disclaimer: Any comments I make are purely satirical, totally without foundation, and I think it should be a deadliest ass banging contest with Shaki, like in the “Can’t Remember To Forget You” vid.
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Pick of the best stories & pics
Miley Cyrus shook and rubbed her stuff in Milan—but did she take a twerk too far tossing rude SelGo cutout into the crowd while belting her “FU” song? (cheekypopdivadigest
Kendall Jenner pulled it up and off, going topless for Interview (celebrityoopsdigest
And was shirtless and bra-less for book signing event for her futuristic novel (egotastic.com).
Sadly, Rebels: City Of Indra: The Story Of Lex And Livia was proving not so popular as bare boob under a blazer, with Amazonions describing the dystopian science fiction as “dry, laughable, unoriginal, and awful” leaving a ghost writer in tears, until she banked the cheque. For sure, it likely resembles little the fanfic on a certain members message board.
Kendall it seems turned to a hairbrush for solace.
Yep, we can all imagine where that’s gonna go!
Sheezus! Lily Allen gave her boobage and
baggy vagina a bit of shiny mesh see-thruness at Mojo Club in Hamburg (celebrityoopsdigest
Vanessa Hudgens whipped off her vest for some white sports bra, toned tummy and wet sweatpants hiking (celebrityoopsdigest
Jessica Simpson gave one over the eight mommy boobage (egotastic.com).
Cara Delevingne Instagrammed “pregnant” sideboob (celebrityoopsdigest
But sadly, split with Michelle Rodriguez.
“Cara really cares for Michelle, but wasn’t sure she was ready for a long-term commitment.”
.:: Top column 2 ::.
Congrats! Now importantly who’s she gonna fight on Spike’s Deadliest Warrior? (spike.com).
Miss Nevada Nia Sanchez crowned Miss USA 2014 (dailymail.co.uk).
“Miss Nevada, who has a fourth-degree black belt in taekwondo, won the title of Miss USA 2014 in Baton Rouge….”
Congrats! Yep, I wanna see her do an axe kick in that swimsuit too.
Arts, culture, tech. & funnies
Apparently they were “sucking dildos in Putin’s name” or… while appreciated, I think the method may have distracted from the message somewhat.
Thai junta dispatched glamorous “army girls” to win hearts, minds and c… (telegraph.co.uk).
“Thailand’s military is trying to win hearts and minds following its controversial military coup by dressing attractive young women in army outfits and asking them to sing, dance and salute to the public.”
Ministry of Pacification Patrol recruits undoubtedly doing their military upmost to change the worlds perception of Bangkok. Crowd control? You wanna see what they shoot, and where from! Blimey! All we got for our protestations is wild haired Mayor Boris Johnson offering to be blasted by water cannon to prove they are safe after ordering three for London (dailymail.co.uk).
Latest Japanese fetish a total cover-up (video.uk.msn.com).
“Full body and skin suits are the latest sensation among fetish lovers in Tokyo.”
For sure, that’s certainly tingling their spidey senses. Hang on though…
Crikey! Can you spot the cuckoo in the nest at 1:23?
Supercomputer passed Turing Test, convincing it was human, for first time (tech.uk.msn.com).
“The Turing Test was developed by mathematician and code-breaker Alan Turing based on the question of ‘can machines think’ and the date it was beaten coincides with the 60th anniversary of Turing’s death.”
Professor Kevin Warwick (wikipedia.org), who had a chip implanted into his arm in 1998 with the aim of becoming a cyborg, asserted that “some will claim that the Test has already been passed”, which may seem bourne out by some chaps sitting in internet video chatrooms with “women” likely run by a lil’ old chap in Wolverhampton, and some assert the actual accomplishments of the test-winning chatbot were actually not all that impressive:
Eugene scored an “F” in the Turing Test (wired.co.uk).
“The program had a few built-in advantages, such as the fact that he was claimed to be a 13-year-old non-native English speaker from Ukraine. It also only tricked the judges about 30 percent of the time (an F minus, or so). For many artificial intelligence experts, this is less than exciting.”
For sure, that does seem to stack things in its favour; did he fool the chocolate king of Ukraine though? (Pick of the Week, 8th April).
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