Chinese go undercover in Darth Vader-style visors as fear of exposure to the sun sweeps country All it would take is for one air head ‘celebrity’ to fashion it at a swanky hip bar on the boulevard… It may well happen! Yours Aye.
Men must be careful in buying bike shorts. Spandex bike tights have a certain way of, um, er, well visually emphasizing certain regions. From an ad for Mavic: Wear the Mavic Red Rock Under Shorts under your baggies for all the advantages of chamois-shorts minus the visual violation factor. Mavic’s Ergo 2D Insert uses two densities and two foam thickness to provide all-day comfort and moisture management. Don’t expect any more posting of the underwear genre for the forceable future.
Summer madness and eccentricity is in full swing over here in jolly old Blighty.
Chap Olympics hits town English tea and crumpets, cream teas and garden fetes, morris men a dancing, long country walks in cotton shirts and flannel trousers, umbrella jousting on bicycles, and nettles eating championships in 32′C heat. ‘Chapette smoking her pipe and drinking tea’.
What better way to end the day than watching the sun gently extinguish itself on the horizon, whilst holding a glass of red wine, or sipping chilled glasses of Pimm’s ‘sundowners’ with friends. Chaps and chapettes, and jolly old England, absolutely spiffing hey ~ what? ‘Chap glopping wine with a chum’.
One of the best vets I knew worked for the veterinary charity ‘The PDSA’ People’s Dispensary for Sick Animals He was a professional caring vet who was not only concerned with the animals welfare before him, but also that of the owners. As a young Veterinary he cut his teeth in a practice in the country town of Stafford, in the county of Staffordshire, a town that could be classed as the home of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier. He knew the traits of the SBT from the tip of its nose, to the last hair on its tail. Sadly he is no longer with us, but had he still been kicking his heels around the Plymouth PDSA practice, I know he would be mortified at the following... A facelift for Fido and Botox for Buster:
Cropping a dogs ears, as well as cropping tails for cosmetic reasons is barbaric, and a medieval practice that should be outlawed. In my mind any type of canine ‘cosmetic otoplasty’ conducted for the owners pleasure should qualify the owner to a stay in prison for animal cruelty, with the vet sat by them on the top bunk. There are obvious reasons for a dog to undergo surgery, mainly based on a life threatening condition. It beggars belief that a dog has to endure surgery to cut away excess skin left behind from a weight loss diet. The owners should be chastised for allowing the condition to happen in the first place. Vanity and ignorance by an owner appears to be cash in the bank for some unscrupulous vet’s.
It’s gotta be hell being a celebrity. Take Robert Pattinson. He’s out shopping at his local 90210 grocery store and some mammarazi takes his picture with a Fort McCoy Warrant Officer Candidate School t-shirt on:
I can think of worse shirts to wear. First word rhymes with Bear, the last word with Horse.
Small confession, after today’s day o’ work, I bear an uncanny resemblance to the below London Fashion Week gentleman, if he really is a gentleman:
Craig Green, you are a genius. . .
Is it odd that a top commander of a Nazi SS-led unit living in secret for the last 60 years in Minnesota was pictured wearing a National World War II Museum cap:
Or that Shayne Murphy, Eddie Murphy’s daughter, was wearing a Navy Morale, Welfare, and Recreation (MWR) cap?
I don’t blame her, I would wear a Navy MWR hat too. . .
Is it disrespectful to use an American flag (on a t-shirt) in the below manner? It has always bothered me when someone butchers her, but maybe I am over-reacting. Maybe I need to chill out and let the good Americans at DrJays tell me what’s-up:
Many years ago, I walked through the old Abercrombie & Fitch, back when they sold safari gear to tiger hunters. I’ve not set foot in the store since then, nor have I ever worn any of their clothes. Still, if they want to limit the sizes they offer, they can do what they want. A touchy-feely org named Change.org has a petition calling for people to boycott fashion retailer Abercrombie & Fitch until CEO Mike Jeffries offers plus-sizes to consumers. Florida native Benjamin O’Keefe, 18, who described struggling with an eating disorder and feeling “worthless” because he couldn’t fit into popular clothing styles, created the petition on Tuesday. Why would anyone want to wear the clothes of a store that does not want them?
HommeMystere translates from the French as mystery man. And the male underwear (lingerie) company says: We are not concerned if you are gay, straight, vegetarian, republican, anglican, martian or any other persuasion. We just design and manufacture attractive luxury underwear for men. Um, no thanks. I blame Drudge Report for this one. Sorry.
Just exactly who Karolina Kurkova is, I’ve no idea, but she was caught outside in a less-than-pc dress (that featured guns on it) and the world promptly stopped:
Ol’ Archie Drury should take Karolina to the range, where she can feel at home in her gear.
British “design engineer” Jess Eaton introduced her second “high-fashion” collection in December at London’s White Gallery, this time consisting of supposedly elegant bridal wear made in part with roadkill, cat and alpaca fur, seagull wings and human bones.
The lady who won the Miss Russia title, Elmira Abdrazakova, has met her share of Miss Russia haters. She is taking a lot of flak for not being Russian enough:
Borat would be seeing red.
Miss Russia beauty pageant winner Elmira Abdrazakova tells London’s Sun newspaper that she’s being bombarded with hate mail for “not being Russian enough.”
The newly crowned brunette’s dad is a Tatar, an ethnic minority, and she was born in Kazakhstan — the same country that was put on the map by the mockumentary “Borat.”
One person ranted on a Russian Web site that Abdrazakova could only be considered “a real beauty among sheep.”
I am resisting any references to fish ‘n chips and tatar sauce. As for her representing her country, I think it a great thing. . .
I am low maintenance. In fact, I use soap on my short hair. But after a visit to the Daily Mail, where I saw Stephanie Seymour’s son Harry Brant, talking about perfect dewy skin, I have to wonder if we have lost it as a society:
Harry and his older brother Peter II, who grew up in Greenwich, Connecticut with their two siblings and high-flying parents, are often in the limelight due to their busy social lives and eccentric style.
So in addition to acne treatments, Harry uses make-up to try to achieve ‘the whole dewy thing,’ inspired by Karlie Kloss’s flawless complexion.
His beauty routine includes nude eyeliner, bronzer and his favorite product, tinted moisturizer.
‘It just makes you more… even-toned and luminous,’ he said of the moisturizer. ‘I love luminous.’
And while Harry is fine with lining his lids in beige, he says mascara is off-limits.
‘I think using mascara is when you cross the line from man make-up that’s good to man make-up that’s womanly,’ he told the website.
Instead, he curls and tints his eyelashes.
‘I’m not going to lie,’ Harry admitted, ‘there are times when I have to start over because I end up looking like a drag queen.’
He continued: ‘It’s so fun for me, but I have to remind myself that I’m not doing my little sister’s make-up.’
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It is a good thing I joined the Navy, ‘cuz my closet is stuffed with animal prints. I have to tip my cover to Cee Lo in this cheetah number. Grrrrrrrrrrrr, go get ‘em
Is someone going to tell Cape Fear and Kalifornia star Juliette Lewis that the green Maoist cadet cap she wears is the chapeau of choice for a dictator who killed between 49 and 78 million people? And that is just a conservative estimate, considering the 120 million I saw listed once. Does anyone in Hollywood even care:
I work with a Navy Captain who has one displayed on his desk with all his other naval parenphanalia. He does not (to the best of my knowledge) wear it when he shops for arugula at Whole Foods, however. . .