By Lex April 28, 2015 @ 9:56 AM
Political correctness dominates the truth in every public forum these days. But what happens when two bits of hyperbolized intellectual bullshit lock horns in the ring? Alice Eve lifted the holy mop of gender pay gap and poked Bruce Jenner for labeling himself a woman:
“Nope. If you were a woman no one would have heard of you because women can’t compete in the decathlon. You wouldn’t be a hero. You would be a frustrated young athlete who wasn’t given a chance. Until women are paid the same as men, then playing at being a ‘woman’ while retaining the benefits of being a man is unfair. Do you have a vagina? Are you paid less than men? Then, my friend, you are a woman.”
Lesson learned. Shooting yourself up with hormones will never make you as blindly outraged as drawing estrogen naturally from the font of Gaia. You can’t get sand in your vagina until you get one, and even then you can probably afford a sand resistant vagina. Alice Eve’s post was immediately attacked by Tranny High Command which declared Eve to be transphobic which I previously believed to mean you were scared of midgets fucking your mom in the backs of their tiny cars. Eve removed her post and replaced it with a photo of David Bowie in one of his 70′s concert transvestite guises and a slogan about accepting everyone for everything, except for suggesting the gender pay gap is bogus, naturally.
Here’s pictures of Alice Eve’s big perfect tits in case you were trying to figure out whose side to take.
Photo Credit: “Crossing Over”
By Travis May 22, 2013 @ 10:00 AM
A lot of people have been complaining that it was completely unnecessary for Alice Eve to have to strip down to her underwear in one scene during the new film, Star Trek Into Darkness, enough that the film’s writer, Damon Lindelof, found it necessary to apologize for it on Monday. Of the outrage over an attractive woman in underwear for a whole three seconds, Lindelof Tweeted, “I copped to the fact that we should have done a better job of not being gratuitous in our representation of a barely clothed actress.”
He also claimed that the film’s star, Chris Pine, had appeared shirtless several times in both Star Trek films, but that didn’t really help his cause. The only real solution is to have Kirstie Alley reprise her role as Saavik in the next Star Trek film and wear nothing but a thong. Then people can really decide which is more offensive.
By Lex May 03, 2013 @ 1:46 PM
It’s a known fact that Star Trek nerds will beat off to just about any sci-fi character with a vagina or cloacal sac of some type. The fanboy tug vault standards start and finish right at the ‘she’s not that fat and almost cute’ level. It’s why several thousand grown men living in their parents basement suffered cardiac arrest during the Battlestar Galactica run. It was just too much for them. Alice Eve in Star Trek Into Darkness may prove to be the same. If you see a fat dude vigorously Vulcan saluting himself during the movie, do not act surprised. Remind him that Starfleet Command requests that he stop beating his meat in a public venue. If he resists, invoke General Order 4 and punch him hard in his spleen.
Photo Credit: Bauer-Griffin, FameFlynet, WENN
By brendon November 26, 2012 @ 5:58 PM
Alice Eve also wore a striped bikini in Miami this weekend (to go along with this black one), showing off her body that I might describe as “inimitable” if I had more confidence in my ability to use that word correctly.
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By brendon November 26, 2012 @ 3:13 PM
Underrated actress Alice Eve spent the weekend in Miami showing off her blond hair, big ass, and awesome tits. It’s like England made their own Kim Kardashian, sent her to college, and then put her in in a bikini on Miami beach to prove their version is better. Stop being such a smartass, England!
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By brendon March 12, 2010 @ 3:40 PM
I don’t know if you knew this, but “She’s Out Of My League” opens in theaters today. More importantly, Alice Eve and her huge breasts are in the new issue of Maxim.
She’s British, and went to some fancy prep school and then Oxford, so she and I should date because I’m a rebel from the wrong side of town, with a quick temper and mysterious past. She’ll be intrigued by my gruff exterior and the way I treat her like a sexual object. Can she tear down the walls I’ve built around my heart? Find out, on the next … TYLER!