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For those that know me personally, you might have heard me discuss some of my many, insane phobias (they are endless). One such phobia is a man’s nipples. I don’t know their purpose, and I try not to even look at them for fear of being repulsed. In fact, if I touch a man’s nipple during [insert activity here] — it’s traumatic. So why am I using this blog as a personal journal, instead of remaining professional as the “online journalist” that I am? Because Kat Von D and Jesse James are re-engaged, and Von D posted a twit-pic of her and James kissing — with James’ shirt off. You’ll have to see it to understand why I will lose sleep for years. Click the link below.
There is always a moment in every one of my past relationships where I have acted completely psychotic and fully expect to be dumped. After watching the clip below, I officially think I’m the most level-headed chick on the planet. In a clip from the upcoming season of ‘LA Ink,’ Kat Von D surprised Jesse James with a tattoo of his face that she copied from one of his childhood photos. In case you have not heard, they are now broken up. Have I mentioned the joy of being a Jew, and how I’ve happily complied with our no-tattoo policy? What the hell was she thinking? I won’t even show up to a dude’s apartment with a surprise dinner for fear that he’ll think I’m annoying, let alone getting permanently inked with his face! Furthermore, couldn’t she have just tattooed his name in small letters, instead of picking an unflattering, awkward picture of the guy? To make matters worse — he doesn’t look happy. The word “embarrassing” would be an understatement. When ‘Good Day LA’ aired the clip prior to her appearance, Von D was so pissed she left the show. Watch below.
Kat Von D Walks Out on GDLA Interview: MyFoxLA.com
The Dishmaster May 04, 2011 Leave a Comment
Jesse James stopped by Howard Stern today to promote his new book, American Outlaw, and true to form, Howard Stern made me like Jesse James. James shed light on his marriage, saying that he and Bullock were having problems, and their adopted son brought them closer together. Though James hadn’t cheated for 11 months at the time his affairs were revealed, Bullock left him immediately after she learned of his infidelity. He said that most normal marriages might have survived, but Bullock was under media pressure to dump him, and she caved. He also revealed his issues with Bullock’s acting career, saying that he found her naked movie scenes “weird,” especially since she was involved in the production process, and she was hand-picking the hottest actors to co-star with. He said he felt as if he was “in a box” during the course of their relationship, because he was unable to behave the way he normally would, given that he was so concerned about ruining his wife’s image in the press. My only major issue with the interview was at the end, when Howard Stern asked James who was better in bed, and he called it a “no-brainer,” saying that Kat Von D is 100% better. That might be true, but some things are better left unsaid. Damn you Howard Stern for making me like Jesse James again. Stern could make a tub of goo look like a diamond necklace.
The Dishmaster January 23, 2011 Leave a Comment
What’s the shelf-life on using social media to flaunt your new relationship after cheating on your ex-wife? Not only has Jesse James used twitter to declare his love for Kat Von D, but he’s also made an official engagement announcement, saying that 2010 was the “best year of his life.” First, if it’s true that the year your marriage fell apart because of your infidelity was in fact your greatest year, keep it to yourself. There’s no need to tell the entire world (which includes your ex-wife). Second, using twitter to write sweet nothings to your new lady is completely inappropriate. Just ask Leann Rimes. It’s too soon — and tacky.