It’s so slow around the intarwebs the past week, so I thought we would play a game called “What the hell is going on in this picture?”
It seems KERF had one of those boring Blue Apron sponsored dinners, complete with copious amounts of wine. Enough wine, apparently, to send her friends to the floor.
Hahahahaha!!! That’s Lauren’s arm but I don’t remember what she was doing. Probably trying not to disrupt the photo.
Er…ok? But why on earth would you include this in your post about a nice multi-family dinner? “Lulz look at my drunk friend on the floor” is less “lovely adult dinner with friends” and more “we had so much fun at this kegger party”. But hey, whatever gets Amber’s spray tan off the top post am I right?
The seemingly endless pregnancy of Amber Fillerup, of the ‘shirtgate’ episode, is finally coming to an end. The human Barbie entered the hospital last night and quickly provided a sexy gram photo to alert her fans of the coming event. The photo already has nearly 70,000 likes.
Predictions on the name selection have already begun with choices swinging between “some hipster/old timey name” or something omgFrawnchy sounding.
Gawker Media is shutting down Defamer, Millihelen, Kitchenette, Valleywag, and several other sites in order to ”focus intensely on politics, broadly considered, and the 2016 campaign”.
Several folks have obviously been canned as part of the “reorganization”, with Millihelen’s Jane Marie taking to twitter to share her displeasure.
It is rumored that the changes are being made because Gawker began hemorrhaging advertisers after they outed a random married executive, and are part of Nick Denton’s pleadge to make Gawker “20 percent nicer”.
Joanna Goddard, she’s a cool Brooklyn mom ok, has joined the hordes of bloggers rushing to hitch their names to the Paris tragedy hashwagon. She put up an eye-dabbing post about teaching children how to feel the feelings of all the feels.
After such heartbreaking events in the news this weekend, it makes you think even more about how teach empathy to children…
And what’s the best way, you ask? Affiliate linking books about kindness, of course. Hey, no reason you can’t be sad about a tragedy AND make some money off of it, right?
Paris is under siege tonight, but Natalie Now knows how to tragedyjack with sensitivity and solemnity.
Yep, post a picture of herself smiling and twirling in front of the Arc de Triomphe. Look, I understand that bloggers and social media stars cannot privately acknowledge any tragedy because private prayers don’t come with hashtags. But maybe chill on the ‘gee my heart is breaking for you, but here’s a pic of me having a grand ole time in front of one of your landmarks in better times!’ posts, guys.