By Jack September 19, 2013 @ 1:46 PM
A picture of Rob Stark from Game of Thrones, (Richard Madden), was featured on the Tumblr page Men Taking Up Too Much Space On The Train. It shows the star sprawled out like a fucking asshole. As a person who takes the subway every day there are certain sins of my fellow straphangers that are fucking unforgivable. Blocking the door, hovering over an empty seat, and wrapping yourself around a pole are all signs that you are an inconsiderate subway asshole. But no violation is as bad as taking up too much room in a seat. By doing so, you make other riders unable to sit. I know that he was the King in the North and that hordes of women want to schlobble his knobble, but that’s no excuse for treating the subway like your own personal throne. If I saw him doing this I would want to pull a Roose Bolton and Red Wedding his ass.
(Photo Via Tumblr)
By Lex September 19, 2013 @ 12:50 PM
Yelling ‘rape culture’ is to northeastern liberal arts college feminists as yelling ‘Hook ‘em, Horns’ is to UT football fans. It’s their self-identifying obsession. Every sane person in this country agrees that sexual assault is a horrible crime. People who commit violent crimes need to be prosecuted and locked away somewhere dark for many years. But that’s got little to do with painting with a broad brush groups like FORCE: Upsetting Rape Culture. Just the colon in their name let’s your know they’re obnoxious. Their membership ranks from the likes of Barnard and Columbia tells you the rest. They’re not cosmically enlightened, they’re girls from privilege looking to feel worthwhile. It’s rape culture or modern art shows. You’ve got to find something profound to do between spinning classes. A bunch of them FORCE girls got the clever idea to build some dead on imitation versions of a popular male-audience websites, most notably Playboy.com, and push a rhetorical campaign pushing for ‘consent’ as an absolute must include part of young guys college coupling experiences. The Upsetting Rape Culture folks called it a prank. The violated websites called it an uncalled for attack. I guess since the male web sites had a certain reputation it was okay for the anti-rapists to rape them. Chalk this one up to college feminists being more bitter than self-aware.
Photo credit: Femen Group on Facebook
By Lex September 19, 2013 @ 11:31 AM
With audience testing on her current Lamar broke my heart storyline faltering, Khloe strapped on a tight dress that hugged her thistle covered fur matting and hopped on board a private jet to Las Vegas. She’s soon to be a very eligible single. And, yes, by eligible I mean she’s rich and stupid. ISO a man 25-45. Fucked up famous people and men who can give her a black baby jump to the front of the line.
By Lex September 19, 2013 @ 11:27 AM
Photo Credit: Victoria’s Secret
By Travis September 19, 2013 @ 11:00 AM
The only good thing about all of the different fashion weeks and the designers rolling out ridiculous, expensive new clothes that nobody really ever wears is that all of the most attractive celebrities show up because they get free stuff. Like Blake Lively, for example, who took a break from nothing to attend the Gucci show at Milan’s Fashion Week. Sure, she doesn’t have any movies or TV shows in the works right now, but there’s still just something about Blake that makes any event she attends more exciting. I think it’s her breasts. Yes, that’s definitely it.
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By Travis September 19, 2013 @ 10:00 AM
Eddie Murphy and his model girlfriend Paige Butcher were hanging out in Los Angeles yesterday, when they were greeted by two crossdressers who were trying to give them roses, and it’s funny because Eddie was once caught with a transvestite prostitute in his car one morning back in 1997 and we will never ever forget that. At least I think these women are crossdressers, because they’re just so gorgeous and exotic, and I’m not even sure how people can tell that they’re actually men. Maybe it’s the muscle tone or the way they talk, but otherwise I’d have a hard time believing that they’re not Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian.
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By Travis September 19, 2013 @ 9:00 AM
Ben Affleck’s and Justin Timberlake’s new “one for them” movie, Runner Runner, had its premiere at the Planet Hollywood Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas last night, and for at least a few minutes the red carpet was an A-list event. Obviously, Affleck and Timberlake showed up per their obligations, as did Gemma Arterton and Jessica Timberlake, but then the drop-off was pretty steep. Once Meatloaf arrived, it was basically like someone left the gate open and the rest of the Las Vegas “stars” saw some lights and just sort of wandered in.
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