Here’s a close-up of her. Yeow!
Posts Tagged 'madonna'
Tags: brooke shields, camilla belle, eyebrows, joe jonas, madonna, wikipedia
Nah, it’s just rumored they’re dating. And man, does she have the Brooke Shield’s eyebrows going on or what?
Seriously. Compare the eyebrows.
Oh, yeah, here’s Joe Jonas. He does music or something.
You know, Joe Jonas has quite the bushy pair of eyebrows, too. Maybe that’s why he and Camilla hooked up. Eyebrow symmetry.
Speaking of classic eyebrows, we must always pay our respects to Madonna, the Queen of Sexy, Bushy Eighties Eyebrows:
Tags: chrissy mazzeo, christopher buckley, guy ritchie, jim gibbons, madonna, madonna and guy ritchie, madonna divorce, national review, the daily beast, thedailybeast.com, tina brown
Madonna and Guy Ritchie are getting a divorce. What’s the problem? Could it be that Madonna is a frickin’ loon? Not to mention a giant narcissistic hypocrite? Plus, she’s a leftist moonbat. More on that.
Here’s the man with the smart escape plan:
In other, yet somehow related, news, Chrissy Mazzeo is suing Jim Gibbons (evil Republican) for allegedly (which, when it comes to politicians, means “almost certainly”) for assaulting her with lascivious intent. Some days, I think most politicians just get into politics because “power is the ultimate aphrodisiac”. Too bad they don’t have the sense to know when it ain’t.
You’re also searching for Funky Winkerbean. Seriously? Funky Winkerbean. Weak, Internets. Weak.
In more extremely lame news, you guys are all interested in The Daily Beast again. Seriously, do none of you remember that Tina Brown travesty, Talk Magazine? She’s trying to build this thing up via Ultra-Pimping it, and you suckers are falling for it. We already have The Huffington Compost, what do we need this for?
Tina Brown is clearly out and about pimping The Daily Beast. She snagged former-conservative turncoat, Christopher Buckley, to gin up controversy to make people interested in her latest tedious also-ran of a supposedly journalistic venture. You guys remember Talk Magazine, right? No? Well, there ya go.
Maybe it has something to do with Christopher Buckley’s departure from conservative stalwart National Review, after having endorsed Obama. In an article he wrote for The Daily Beast, he tries to make everybody feel bad by appealing to memories of his father, William F. Buckley. Kind of icky, if you ask me.