Monthly Archives: April 2009

Things to See

1. WTFModels They add cute captions to pictures of models looking ridiculous. Here is a sample: “Hello? Mom? Um…. I think we may need that loan after all. No no no…uhhh business is booming… Sarah and I have been selling … Continue reading

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Gaythering Storm

Kirsten sent me this link, and I’m dying laughing. Doctors hate gay people: A Gaythering Storm “…and they won’t stop until all of us and our children are gay married.”

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Tribulations and Keywords

This morning, Cat knocked over my roommate’s giant unstable pot of fresh herbs (I assume he wanted to sit by the window to show off his body and/or watch the squirrels). I went to Target (yes I was one of … Continue reading

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My Stuff :: Kara Nesvig

shampoo & conditioner: aveda smooth infusion toothpaste: crest prohealth soap: target brand dove knockoff jeans: taverniti or vintage levi tshirts: american apparel lotion: neutrogena norwegian vacation: the lake perfume: angel by thierry mugler cocktail: mimosa, mojitos undies: victoria’s secret lace … Continue reading

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Clusterfuck #1

God, it’s been a while, viewers. I have gathered a bunch of things I wanted to post and stored them in my mind’s eye so this post is gonna be a stitch verbose. 1. Sartorialist’s Stam: So, I’m not a … Continue reading

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You’ve Already Lost

I forgot to put this in with the last post. Iowa Senate Majority Leader Mike Gronstal blocks amendment to reverse Iowa marriage equality: “One of my daughters was in the workplace one day, and her particular workplace at that moment … Continue reading

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All My Single Gaydies

Vanity Fair actually lauched a feature called “My Gays” last week, wherein celebrity women are able to point out their firm connection to all of their gay friends. First up is Rose McGowan with another celeb fashion stylist George Kotsiopoulos. … Continue reading

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