Thursday, October 20, 2011

Vid Of The Day: Laurel, Hardy and Carlos

So simple, so brilliant. Thanks, Simon Levin, for the link.

12 Celebs Who Have Denied Getting Breast Implants (Of The Day)

Not that there's anything wrong with that. From The Frisky.


"Where are my boobs? If I were going to get plastic surgery, I’d get some real work done."


“How could people think these are fake? Look at them. Ask them! They are as real as real can be. One hundred percent genuine and untouched... well sort of. I would never spend money on fake boobs. Shoes, maybe. A handbag, maybe. But plastic (expletive) – no way!... In 50 years time, I may look like a Siamese cat in a wind tunnel, but as of this moment I haven't and the rack is real.”


"I'm completely natural, except for my fingernails and a bit of help with my hair and a bit of a San Tropez (fake tan) going on. I haven't had a boob job." (She lied. Then she had them taken out in 2009.)


“It’s completely false – I’ve never had it done. But I would never judge those who have... I don’t like the idea of having an operation to hold up the aging process. The scalpel won’t make you happy.”


"No, I have not had implants. A report like that is about as real and truthful as reports that Todd and I are divorcing or that Trigg is not my own child." Palin blamed "boob-gate" on "bored, idle bloggers and reporters with nothing else to talk about."


"... some idiot somewhere, who's annoyed about something has created a ridiculous story that I had saline implants over the space of one weekend. I will never, ever say 'never' about anything. And I don't think there's anything wrong with making yourself feel better about how you look -- although we've all seen how you can go too far with it."

See the rest at The Frisky.

Fake Coachella Poster Of The Day

A funny from Manuel via the totally bitchin' LOTD Facebook page.

The Year's Worst Commercials (Of The Day)


A TV commercial featuring diaper-filling babies took the top prize for "Worst Ad in America" in an annual contest sponsored by The Consumerist.

More than 115,000 of the website's readers cast votes in the contest, with the Luvs diaper commercial the clear winner, garnering 32% of the votes.

(Here's the ad. I agree with the voters. - C)

An advertisement for AT&T wireless service featuring a henpecked husband took second place in the survey, with 24% of the vote.

In third place, with 18% of the vote, was an advertisement for Summer’s Eve, whose commercial for feminine wash implies that wars have been fought and lives lost over women’s nether regions, and so ladies had better lather up.

(I'll take this over those "Mom, do you ever get that not-so-fresh feeling?" ads from my youth. Talk about a room killer. - C)

AT&T fared particularly poorly in The Consumerist’s contest, with a total of three ads placing across various categories. Its ad for the Samsung Infuse mobile phone, which runs on AT&T’s 4G wireless service, took fourth place in the “worst ad” category, capturing 14% of the vote.

And AT&T’s “flash mob” commercial, in which a man mistakenly participates in an embarrassing display of dancing at New York City’s Grand Central Station because he didn’t get the message that the flash mob was postponed, took first place in the “most grating performance by a human” category. Of course, that might have been the intention of the commercial.


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