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BIRTHDAY CELEBRASIAN! Lisa Ling

September 3rd, 2009 | 0 comments | Posted by Diana


Happy birthday, Lisa Ling! You turned 36 earlier this week!

We’ve certainly had our fun with you in the past, but hell. The incredible poise that you showed during this difficult-and-crazy-ass year, coupled with an ongoing quest to share important stories with an audience that often cares more about Tom Cruise and free shit, topped off by the fact that you are probably the world’s best sport about web heckling–well, it gives us mad lurve for you. In fact, we’ve got goofy celebratory grins plastered across our round moon faces, just thinking about it.

Here’s hoping 36 is a year spent doing fun sister things (like TPing a neighbor’s house) and few exchanges with one of the World’s Biggest Assholes. We salute you!

xo,
Diana and Jen

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"All I Did Was Eat Your Dumplings"

June 29th, 2009 | 0 comments | Posted by Jen

Lessons learned from the following video:

a) Do not eat your older sister’s motherfuckin’ dumplings.

b) If you fail to follow through with a), capture your sister’s hissy fit on camera and then upload it to YouTube so that she winds up looking “like the bitch” to Mom and everybody else on the planet.

Also…

c) Drugs are bad.

[via BuzzFeed]

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The Bravery

February 25th, 2009 | 0 comments | Posted by Diana


This week on RuPaul’s Drag Race, my girl Ongina proved once again that she is the funnest and fiercest of all the fabulous bitches in the competition. My tiny queen won the Mac Viva Glam challenge, earning a spot as a spokesperson for the campaign.

But as she heard that she won, she broke down into sobs. And said the bravest thing I’ve ever heard on television, so much so that I’m ashamed to have seen it on something as fluffy as a standard-definition reality show:

“I just wanted to say, and I’ve always been so afraid to say it, that I’ve been living with HIV for the last two years of my life. And this means so much to me. I didn’t want to say it on national TV because my parents didn’t know–oh my God.

You have to celebrate life. You keep going. And I keep going.”

I can honestly tell you that I cried. All night.

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