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Two Wongs make a right! Sorry, I couldn’t resist. (Besides I am a “Wong” even though I spell it “Wang” so y’all can suck my wang if you don’t like it.) Here’s another spoof of Pete Hoekstra’s Super Bowl ad starring a lady Wong, this time courtesy of the divine Ms. Kristina:
Can I get a slow-clap from all my Angelenos for THIS: “Oh, I thought we were in Runyon Canyon”?
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Name: Peggy Wang
Hails from: Brooklyn
Why She’s a Babe: Besides rocking badass broom bangs, a darling hipster fashion sense, and one absolutely perfect pucker, she’s basically our dream chick. This lady sports great taste in web filler, bears a deep love for hard liquor, puts her piano talents to good use, Continue reading BABEWATCH: Peggy Wang
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Padma Lakshmi has a secret talent. In addition to her obvious ones, like rocking a huge scar, making food from Hardee’s/Carl’s Jr. actually seem desirable, and looking good naked, the 38 year-old Top Chef robo-host is secretly FUNNY.
Although I’ve never seen evidence of this in the five seasons she’s hosted Top Chef, I cleverly deduced this when I learned that she’d signed a development deal to star in her own sitcom. And, you see, “sitcom” stands for “situational comedy.” And Comedy = Funny. So that must mean Padma = Funny, right?
What kind of funny do you think Padma is exactly? Sardonic funny, like Jon Stewart? Prop-comedy funny, like Carrot Top? (Okay, Carrot Top’s not funny.) Rape-joke funny, à la La Silverman?
Ooh, I just had a terrible thought. What if Padma’s not funny at all? Hmm…
Let’s go over this again together. She’s going to star in her own sitcom. Check. And sitcom stand for “situational comedy.” Check. And Comedy = Funny. Check. So that means Padma = Funny.
Phew! Glad I worked that one out. Padma = Funny, end of story.
Intern Jasmine frequently reminds us here at DISGRASIAN HQ that writer/actress Mindy Kaling is a comedic fuckin’ genius. That’s all well and good–Asians love a genius!
But it was only today, after reading about Kaling’s freshly inked overall deal with NBC, via the Peacock and Universal Media Studios (Asians especially love a successful genius), that we realized just how much we have in common with the funnywoman.
Kaling spilled the details of her mission to Variety, saying:
“This is my first step in a Transformers-style way to take over the whole world.”
WORLD DOMINASIAN? Now that’s something we understand. Jasmine’s right: Mindy Kaling, you are most definitely our kind of woman.
Today, Michelle Malkin posted about Barack Obama speaking to UNITY, a group of journalists of color–“Obamedia Watch: Left-wing minority journalists show their true colors”–and took down those “left-wing partisan minority journalists” for being biased:
“UNITY and its minority journalism members are inherently politicized entities. They push for a left-leaning agenda of advocacy journalism, color-coded diversity, and open-borders sympathizing disguised as reporting. They mau-mau editors to avoid ethnic descriptions when it reflects badly on their group (see AAJA: Don’t call shooter Asian!) and applaud themselves for promotion ‘diversity’ in journalism.“
Also in the post, she quoted a wire story that asked, “Can minority journalists resist applauding Obama?”–and responded:
“Um, well, some of us can. But we don’t count.”
Pardon the expression, but somebody STOP THE FUCKIN’ PRESSES.
Michelle Malkin is a journalist all of a sudden?!
[dangerously hysterical laughing ensues]
Oh, Michelle! You’re such a kidder! You almost got us with that one!
The Office‘s Mindy Kaling turned 29 this week, and we like to imagine her celebrating the big event with multiple rounds of Sake Bombs and a cupcake-cake. Even if she didn’t, we wish her nothing but the best for her last twenty-something year–may she bone many dudes and make tons of folks smile. After all, what more could a girl ask for?
After a jaunt Down Unda, Margaret Cho’s new stand-up tour Beautiful hits Stateside tomorry. Click here for tour dates and ticket info.
Occupation: Writer, Comedian, Actor
Known for: impersonating her Korean mom, loudly and proudly representin’ the LGBT community, blogging her mind at www.margaretcho.com, being an All-American badass.
Bottom line: You are sexy, smart, snarky, and sensitive. You are our heroine.