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Lynette Young, known to dozens, is still whining that she can’t get verfied on twitter.
Emily, untouchable internet saint, has been hard at work getting her family/lifestyle blogging back on track. Since installing Replacement Huswolf she has made many attempts to show she has moved on from the loss of her first husband. Now she defies all laws of good taste by presenting her 2016 “family holiday cards” – in a sponsored post, no less.
I was looking forward to the traditional family card of course, but then because we’ve had many friends ask for photos of Richard and I, we decided it was the perfect opportunity to order some newlywed/marriage announcement cards as well. I’m beyond happy with how they turned out, and I love having something to help our favorite people share in our exciting new chapter.
She then raves about how awesome her sponsor is and what great quality the cards are before concluding with a thank your to the photographer and asking “Can I get a high-five? haha” for getting her holiday cards out in mid-November.
It’s the day we’ve all been waiting for: the first Vaginal American presidential nominee who might have a shot at winning. And bloggers couldn’t wait to show their support, because social media.
Other bloggers were underwhelming; We Wore What‘s Danielle regrammed a shapely behind and hashtagged #vote, while the Taza crew presumably did a mail-in ballot so they could vote at home as a family (edit: instagram stories has a post of a “vote here” sign, but no real confirmation that she actually voted, maybe she’s votesmugging on snapchat). Amberlamps over at Barefoot Blonde hasn’t smugged her I Voted sticker either (edit: apparently she’s confining her votesmugging to snapchat), and Pink Peonies did a sponsored post, so let’s assume the best and hope they also did a mail-in. And some fat catlady in Brooklyn is being pretty vague about who she voted for.
Now it’s time to sit back, chug Franzia, and refresh the Politics Forum as results roll in. America!
Dani Mathers, that Playboy Playmate who apparently takes pictures of women in locker rooms, has been “charged with one count of invasion of privacy” for her weird, entitled snapchat behavior back in July.
Mathers posted a series of snapchat videos of a woman, reportedly aged in her 70s, fully nude and taking a shower in the locker room while Mathers snickered and said “If I can’t unsee this then you can’t either”.
…I love empowering women and have dedicated my life to that.. I made a horrible mistake and am sorry
Mathers could face up to six months in jail and a $1,000 fine.
In high school, I was the only girl in my senior class on the short list to win “Most Likely to be a Politician” which I took as a wonderful compliment (see also: most likely to be on the cover of a magazine and most talkative). I didn’t “win” any of them, but I’m 99.9% sure I’m the only one who’s made a career out of being a blogger.
Um…k. Not sure why a woman in her mid-30s is still gushing about how she was somebody in high school, but sure. She goes on to impress upon us how vurry vurry political she is, saying “I do my homework, I read the transcripts, I weigh my options, but most importantly, I vote!” I guess this is supposed to set us up to take her next paragraph urging us all to “rock” our votes super seriously.
…at the end of the day, your vote is yours and you don’t need to share who you’ve voted for or why with anyone else…You can split your ticket or vote in total opposition with your husband or parents or friends. Your vote is yours. Rock it.
Finally she concludes her post with the announcement the world has been waiting for.
…nothing I’m wearing today is maternity! I didn’t expect these jeans to fit this far into my pregnancy, but shimmied down (and later unbuttoned) and they work fine.
Oh thank Hashtag Hillary, for a moment I was worried she might be forced into the elastic panel nightmares only worn by the fat cows unlucky enough to have normal legs! Thanks for inspiring us all to rock the bloat!