David Gandy for Dolce & Gabanna Eyewear — Gorgeous!

Here at The Dishmaster, we’re superficial. So when I came across the very yummy man in the picture beside this post, I had to write about him. The beautiful man in question is David Gandy. He began his career in 2002 after winning a daytime-TV model search competition, and he’s currently one of the most famous male models in the world. Did I mention he’s 6’3 and has blue eyes? Given my extensive knowledge of Mendel’s peas, I’m certain we’d have blue-eyed Dishmaster-babies. Sure he seems slightly pompous — but who needs a good personality when you look like that? Watch his interview on Jonathan Ross below.

Gisele Bundchen Says Sunscreen is Poison — So is Gisele Bundchen

Unless there is some sort of language barrier I’m unaware of, there is no excuse for Gisele Bundchen’s behavior.  Her most recent idiocy occurred at the launch of her own organic skin care line, when she said that she doesn’t use sunscreen, because she won’t “put that poison on her skin.”  This marks the third time Gisele has gotten herself into trouble while speaking, and I suggest she stop talking altogether.  She once said that all mothers should be legally required to breast feed their babies.  She also said she didn’t need an epidural while giving birth, and instead opted for “yoga and meditation.”  I’ll call my mother and ask what she opted for during childbirth, considering I turned out so incredible.  I’m guessing she didn’t meditate.

Gisele Bundchen Wants Breastfeeding Law — She’s a Doctor Now

Can models everywhere please refrain from talking out loud? Not all internal monologues are worthy of disclosing — especially the dumb ones. In a new interview, Gisele Bundchen, best known for her beautiful Victoria Secret breasts, thinks that there should be a breastfeeding law, as it’s not good to give your child chemical food at such a young age. Also — it helped her loose weight — which I presume was her real motivation. This is not the first annoying comment from Bundchen. When discussing her son’s birth, she said it was “painless” and that she substituted an epidural with “yoga and meditation.” If you believe that quote, she must be some kind of superhero. Either that, or her vagina is made of steel.