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We’ll be away from our desks the month of August, carrying on with the non-bloggy aspects of our lives, watching mindless movie blockbusters, and indulging in summery drinks made with generous pours of bourbon. During this month, we’ll be linking each day to a different website that we ♥. Hopefully you’ll discover something delightful and new while we’re gone. If not, you are a serious Captain Crankypants and are probably in dire need of a summery drink made with a generous pour of bourbon.
‘Til September, lovelies.
The cool kids at Giant Robot and Kumquat will probably tell you that they love Thy Mai. She’s been lopping off their locks for years (Ever checked out Martin Wong? Dude has an awesome head of hair!), and recently gave me a hot (if I do say so myself) new coif before donating my old locks to eco non-profit Matter of Trust.
Mai’s a saucy, sassy, ebullient hair afficianado who may be one of the world’s best natural conversationalists. Two things I already understand about her–she loves hair, and she loves to share. It’s no wonder, then, that she’s been offering free hairstyling lessons on the web via her hair channel, to show–by working on herself–how hair dunces like me can use bobby pins and flat irons to look hotter than the Hills chicks we make fun of on this blog. Like Michelle Phan with makeup, Mai operates in realistic body positions and points out easy fixes, which makes styles more doable than daunting–a welcome alternative to walking out of the salon looking like a supamodel, only to look like a supamoron for the following six weeks until the next visit.
Filed under: Audrina Patridge, Giant Robot, Hairstylists, Hot Haircuts, Kumquat, Martin Wong, Matter of Trust, Michelle Phan, Non-Profit Organizations, The Hills, Thy Mai, Thy Mai's Hair Channel, YouTube Channels
Brit “It” Fashionista Alexa Chung will host the final episode of her MTV talk show, “On the Air With Alexa Chung,” tomorrow.
And we suppose we’re sad about that, for her, because we love this saucy little broad.
Filed under: Alexa Chung, Brit Girls, Cancel, Cancellasians, Cultural Lows, Fashionistas, Jersey Shore Is A Cultural Low, Lo Bosworth, MTV, MTV Is For The Birds (And Weak-Spirited Girls), On the Air With Alexa Chung, On The Air With Alexa Chung Canceled, On The Air With Alexa Chung Cancelled, The Hills, The Hills Is A Cultural Low, The Situation
Post-election politics have begun to resemble an episode of The Hills lately, with Obama–who is obviously Lauren Conrad–reconciling with bitter rival John McCain Monday while currently vetting best frenemy Hillary Clinton for Secretary of State. McCain is this drama’s Heidi Montag, Lauren’s former friend who started out likable and sweet but wound up, over time, becoming a lying deceitful bitch. (Heidi spreading rumors about Lauren’s alleged sex tape = The McCain camp’s allegations that Obama palled around with terrorists.) We’ve got Hillary, meanwhile, pegged as Audrina Patridge, Lauren’s on-again, off-again friend whose Significant Other always seems to be stirring up trouble between them. (Monosyllabic Justin Bobby = Overly-loquacious Bill.) Will Hillary turn down the position as Secretary of State, the way that Audrina recently turned down living with Lauren and Lo (BFF/gatekeeper Lo = Rahm Emanuel) to move out on her own? Will Bill’s ties to oil sheikhs compromise the already-tenuous friendship between Hillary and Obama the way that rumors about a Justin Bobby hook-up with Lauren hurt Lauren and Audrina? Will McCain and Obama really be able to put aside their differences to tolerate being in the same room together or–dare to dream–to be friends again, even?
Filed under: Audrina Patridge, Barack Obama, BFFs, Frenemies, Friends, Heidi Montag, Hillary Clinton, John McCain, Lauren Conrad, Secretary of State, The Hills, The Hills Seemed Completely Useless Until Now
This photo gives me a fantastic idea: Can you be both President of the United States and a new running back for my team, the Pittsburgh Steelers (at the same time)? Somehow I feel that this could
diminish the shame of fading in the fourth quarter and losing to Eli “Dopey” Manning and the New York VaGiants last weekend, and the shame I feel regarding my country’s greatest public failures of the last decade (off the top of my head I will list the Iraq War, Katrina, Guantanamo Bay, and the seemingly limitless sucess of The Hills) make me really happy.
Let me know what you think!
Filed under: Asian Shame, Attempts At Happiness, Barack Obama, Failure, Great Ideas, Guantanamo Bay, Hurricane Katrina, Iraq, Multitasking, Running Backs, Suggestions, The Hills, The Pittsburgh Steelers
You’re right. Oh well.
Anyway, I’m sure you’ll all be thrilled to hear that Heidi Montag–the show’s pasty, butterfaced villain with the fake boyfriend and tatas– actually said something that I think is smart.
To US Weekly, regarding her political views:
I’m a Republican and McCain has a lot of experience…I don’t think anyone cares who Heidi Montag votes for.“
Keep it up, Heidi! We couldn’t agree more.
Filed under: Butterfaces, Celebutards, I Don't Know Who Heidi is Either But I Do Know She's Kinda Walleyed and Has Fake Tits, John McCain, Republicans, Speaking In the 3rd Person, The Hills, Vague Statements