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Welcome to this week’s installment of The Most Important People on The Internet because sometimes this site makes fun of celebrities instead of talking about nerd shit for an entire morning. (I’m as shocked as you are.) So enjoy all of that while I sit around refreshing Comic-Con updates because how fun can women’s vaginas be? No, seriously, I’m asking. Tell me everything.
Welcome to this week’s installment of The Most Important People on The Internet coming at you way earlier than usual because you were robbed of a The Crap We Missed and, fuck it, it’s Friday in the middle of July. So here’s your commentical goodness for the week excluding any What the hell’s up with Britney Spears‘ face? gems which I’ve been shoving into that post like so many Furnch Fries. You can practically hear her giggle if her face was capable of moving. Aren’t there laws against Botoxing the retarded? Because there should be laws against Botoxing the retarded. Get me Washington.
Happy anniversary to the late-night talk show of our dreams.
The time Lea Michele found out that a guy paid $ 300 for a lock of her hair on eBay.
Bravo / leachords.tumblr.com
When Oprah proclaimed the word “breasteses!” in the clubhouse.
Bravo / bricesander.tumblr.com
Bravo / buzzfeed.com
Welcome to a mammoth-sized installment of The Most Important People on The Internet which combines the best of this week and last for an experience that lasts way longer than me in the sack, so there’s a chance it might even give a woman an orgasm if the female orgasm was real and not something I keep buying treasure maps to find while repeatedly forgetting cartographers don’t work in crayon. Or finger paints. But enough about the past 20 years of my life, you kids have fun.
Welcome to this week’s installment of The Most Important People on The Internet where, once again, you people fucking brought it. And I’m not just saying that because of the Star Wars quote. Entirely. However, on a serious note, there were a remarkable amount of Hillary Clinton jokes to choose from which bodes well for her presidency. It’s time we got back to laughing at the Kabuki theater of politics that fucks everyone but the rich in the ass instead of going, “OHMYGOD A BLACK GUY!” The future looks bright. Anyway, a quick honorable mention to almost every single comment on this Khloe Kardashian thread (I couldn’t even decide, so I didn’t!), and now on to this week’s Long One™:
If my calculations are correct, you will receive this letter immediately after you saw the DeLorean struck by lightning. First, let me assure you that I am alive and well. I’ve been living happily these past eight months in the year 1885, working as a prostitute in the Lucky Cowpoke Saloon (see attached photo). I have become very adept at giving tugjobs to miners and cowhands.
Please do not attempt to rebuild the time machine and drag me back to listen to your shitty music. This life is better.’
Said JimBB on The Crap We Missed – Friday 6.20.14
Thanks to the holiday weekend, last week was shorter than usual, so we didn’t have quite enough comments to justify a Most Important People on The Internet. Fortunately, not only did I hold onto them, but you beautiful bitches brought it this week, so we have a goddamn goldmine of horrible comments that will make D-Day look like a box social. And if you think that’s an offensive thing to say, those soldiers destroyed that poor beach’s self-esteem. Just destroyed it. It’s never been able to have a stable relationship since, and I heard sometimes it even cuts itself. Cutting! I hope stopping Hitler was important, jerks.
Says she’s not a feminist; talks about patriarchy on the reg.
Steve Marcus / Reuters
Since Shailene Woodley said she isn't a feminist in early May, there's been a hubbub. The star of Divergent and The Fault in Our Stars took some flak when she said she believes in “sisterhood more than feminism,” and she held her position on the term “feminist” in the Daily Beast, saying, “I know how I feel and I don't need to call myself a 'feminist' or 'not a feminist' because I know what my truth is.” At a moment when a certain brand of disingenuous feminism is praised to an entirely disproportionate degree (Who run the world? STILL WHITE MEN, BEYONCÉ), maybe it's more important to pay attention to what Woodley is actually saying about women and the world than to whether she self-identifies as a feminist.
“For me, one of the things that I'm so passionate about in life is empowering young girls to reconnect with their own power. There's this trend in society where, up until The Hunger Games, which was one of the first young adult series that did this, it was always the damsel in distress, or the girl having to change herself for love…there are a lot of movies where someone falls in love with someone else based purely on attraction, and there's no depth, and no conversation. It just feeds the fire of materialism, and feeds the fire of make up, and false attire, and whatnot. The one thing I really loved about Divergent is that Tris is a heroine and fights for what she believes in, is passionate about it, and is willing to risk her life for the greater good of humanity, but also, the relationship between her and Theo. I feel very proud to be a part of a franchise that doesn't exploit young love, and doesn't exploit what that means, and really treats it tenderly. They're more partners than they are lovers, and for me, that's what I want in my life.”
— The Daily Beast
He’s the reason faces were invented.
This is Siva Kanaswaran. Siva is a singer and songwriter from the British band The Wanted. But most importantly, he's the owner of this fine, perfect, beautiful face that puts all other faces to shame.
Larry Busacca / Getty Images For Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week
His face and eyebrows and nose and lips and teeth and skin basically belong in a museum of perfection.
His skin is so smooth, I can basically see myself in its beautiful reflection.
Craig Barritt / Getty Images for Jingle Ball 2012
His jaw is so strong, it could literally break a boulder in half while simultaneously chopping down a 100-year old tree.
Welcome to this week’s edition of The Most Important People On The Internet coming at you a day early thanks to the holiday weekend, and because Photo Boy and I are catching X-Men: Days of Future Past, so look for the usual novel-length review later today. But before I get myself gussied up, here’s this week’s Special Place comment that’s a load of nepotism all over your face:
I like to believe this was Photo Boy’s way of proposing to me now that gay marriage is legal in our state. *wipes tear* Bastard knows the way to my heart… (The Crap We Missed – Monday 5.19.14)
Welcome to this week’s installment of The Most Important People on The Internet coming at you a day early thanks to America’s magic mascot rising from the dead two thousand years ago because that’s literally how long we’ve been beating the zombie genre into the ground. Anyway, I’ve also got two long as shit comments that broke our gallery, so special thanks to Pierce Bronzetan and cmonreally for paying careful attention to Katherine Heigl‘s Duane Reade lawsuit and pointing out the goddamn ridiculousness of Kim Kardashian‘s Audrey Hepburn photo shoot respectively. May the Holy Bunny fill your Fallopian tubes with assorted eggs, candies, and those little birds made out of marshmallows. For as it is written.
“Jesus, Mom! Of course, I don’t have to check where we are on this map! I’m Katherine Heigl! My big break came in 1999, when I was cast in a starring role on the teen science-fiction show Roswell which ran for three seasons. The part widened my exposure in Hollywood, and I filmed a variety of smaller projects during the show’s hiatus. After Roswell was canceled in 2002, I appeared in several made-for-TV movies, including a prequel to Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion and two Lifetime movies based on the Janet Oke novels Love’s Enduring Promise and Love Comes Softly. Between roles in independent and low-budget films (including Zyzzyx Road, which was released in 2006 to poor reviews, becoming infamously known as the lowest-grossing film in history), I filmed a pilot for a TV show about medical interns at a Seattle Hospital, which was eventually titled Grey’s Anatomy. Grey’s Anatomy premiered in March 2005 and immediately became a smash hit, elevating my and my co-stars’ profiles in Hollywood. I met with more success in 2006 and 2007: I was nominated for a Golden Globe, and then won an Emmy Award (best supporting actress) for my role as Dr. Isobel “Izzie” Stevens on Grey’s Anatomy. Additionally, I starred in the 2007 smash comedy hit Knocked Up alongside Seth Rogen, Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann, and finished the year by marrying fiancé Josh Kelley in Park City, Utah. Around this same time, I worked with YOU to start my own production company, Abishag Productions. I named the company after the female figure (Abishag) in the Robert Frost poem “Provide, Provide.” Even as my reputation as a diva spiraled out of control, I continued to meet with both professional and personal success. From 2008 to 2010, I headlined four romantic comedies: 27 Dresses, The Ugly Truth, Killers and Life as We Know It. So, yes, I think I fucking know where we are!”
Said Pierce Bronzetan on The Crap We Missed – Monday 4.14.14
‘Audrey Hepburn – Talented woman who helped the Dutch Resistance during WWII, and who devoted a good portion of her life to UNICEF.
Kim Kardashian – Got pissed on, had two large mixing bowls implanted into her ass cheeks, brow beat the editor of Vogue into giving her a cover, has absolutely no soul.
Sure, I can see the resemblance.’
Said cmonreally on The Crap We Missed – Wednesday 4.16.14
[See you dickheads on Monday once I've fully sated myself with creme eggs. - SW]