January 31, 2010

Old School Sunday Night Hotassery

Since this place could use a little class

Before anyone asks (I'm looking at you Gabe), this is Gene Tierney.  She's best known for her work in Laura.  Really, they don't make movies, or starlets, like they used to. 

More below the fold

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January 30, 2010

It's funny because it's true

I found this while randomly surfing around and must say, this sums up my viewing habits nicely.

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January 23, 2010

Moar consumer whoredom

Ohhhhh Ember?

You so need what's below the fold.

Mayhap the Moron Horde will take up a collection if you promise to pic so it happened.

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January 21, 2010


Might have to make an exception to the domestic car rule for this...


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In celebration of how awesome we are

Over a half million? Really? Really? I'm sure I account for only about 350,000 of those.

Anyway. Here we have a picture that combines some of our favorite things around here: Hot chick and boots

And, for some reason, I suddenly am put in mind of this:

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January 19, 2010

Prizes for the winners!

I made this face when Coakley conceded. more...

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Consumer whoredom ftw!

Wow I want this (pic below)

The coat's nice too.

Actually, I am totally addicted to Etsy.  I find it hilarious that a site which can seem all hippie dippy is actually a blast furnace of capitalism.  Now, if you excuse me, I need to go buy some more steampunk jewelry. 

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January 12, 2010


I Am In A Mood. Therefore, in an attempt to cheer myself up, I shall inflict the following upon y'all.

Before anyone says anything, my utter love for this isn't because of the music.  Just.  Sayin'.

To make this vague politically relevant, one of the reasons I love this is because these are actual women with actual curves.  There's not one of them you look at and think "for the love of God have a sammich before you die". 

I can somewhat comprehend the super stick thin look for runway models.  They are, literally, walking clothes hangers.  Curves can ruin the line of the look.  Of course, that rather begs the question for whom the designers are designing.  But the super stick thin Rachel Zoe look totally baffles me.  It's not attractive.  It's not hot.  It brings up some very disturbing questions about the elimination of actual feminine characteristics from the modern concept of beauty.  It's part and parcel of the super botox'd, fish lipped face that is supposed to be so attractive.  It's not. 

I think it's great that Meryl Streep was even given a role in which she gets to play a sexy woman despite (and it is despite) the fact that she's 60.  I think it's utter crap that Vanity Fair chose to airbrush the hell out of her face for the cover while running a story about omg she's 60 and she's hot!  If she's do freaking hot, then don't do that to her face. 

You know what one of the hottest pics of the last few years was?  Dame Helen Mirren getting snapped by a papparazzi on the beach in a pink bikini.  Holy hell, I would sell body parts from all y'all to look like that now.  (Pic below the fold).  She's 63 in that pic. That is a woman.  Catherine Zeta Jones' thighs (and everything else) in Chicago should be registered as a lethal weapon.

Women have curves.  Women have hips and breasts and thighs.  That should be celebrated, not lamented.  Size 0 isn't an aspiration, it's a disease (exception those whose bodies are naturally built for that). 

Wow.  That got away from me.  But hey, there's hotassery so that makes up for it.

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January 05, 2010

Presented for historical purposes

Megan Fox through the ages.

My chief complaint about the last Transformers movie?  No tasteful and integral to the plot nudity on her part. 

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