May 12, 2008

Engrish (English) In Japan

I think i'll pass this time... (try to avoid the brown ones..)

Only one urinal... ( this explains the postage due on the toilet paper)

Try not to stare..(Don't worry it matches her beard)

Hey, I can handle my fuddle...

On diet? ...(Hmm, way too many XXS shirts)

Uh, I don't think that's creamer...(Starbucks is mere foreplay)

God, I hate celebrities...(but I love Ryan Seacrest night)

That's sex for ya'...

Right here? (-_*)

>> On Fake Babies <<

While a Jesus-lovin’ Mel Gibson works hard to bring Jew-hating back to the mainstream, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are leaving that last-season Judeo-Christian crap in the past where it belongs. The couple is focused on our world’s latest Chosen One, taking graven images to a whole new level by allowing their two-month-old child to be depicted in wax and put on display.

Okay. Stop.

Can we talk for a second about how incredibly fucked up this is? Please? I don’t care where the profits are going (UNICEF for anyone who thinks this changes anything), this is your child. This kid never had a chance. They never even tried. What could possibly be an acceptable rationale for allowing your two-month-old child to be replicated in wax and thrown in a museum and photographed with tourists for money? They don’t need the cash flow, I assure you. If UNICEF needs funding that badly, I’m sure one of them can cough up some dough. Why oh why would a person do this? I feel awkward making judgments on how people raise their children, and I try generally to avoid the topic, but this is really frustrating behavior to me; how is this baby ever going to develop a sense of self when her image is a media sensation before she’s really even fully sentient? When she’s been defined by millions of strangers worldwide before she even knows her own name? This is how the Paris Hiltons of the world come to exist, folks. These are the ingredients, but they’re much more potent here. This girl is in for a long journey, with a lot of hard outer shells and late-life soul-searching.

It’s going to be sooo much fun to hear all about it on E!

I’m sure Tom Cruise is teaming with envy, and you’ll see Wax Suri on display in the adjacent room just as soon as he and Katie adopt her.


Congrats to Canadian model Jayde Nicole, who succeeds Sara Jean Underwood as the 2008 Playmate of the Year. She was honored on Thursday at the Playboy mansion.

Jayde is 22, but, if you can believe it, she was only 6 when she designed that dress!


What an accomplished young woman.