Friday, April 17, 2009

Julia: "But I Never Drink!!!"



Just because she is SO boring this week.

19 comments:

  1. Why does she always flex that muscle in her lower leg? It's freaky looking to me.

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  2. oh! I like her shoeszzzzzzZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZz

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  3. Can someone else look at that dress and tell me if it's see-through or a trick of the light?

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  4. see-through. i think.

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  5. Click on the picture to see an enlarged version. Yes, see through. White panties, looks like no bra. When was this taken?

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  6. But that's because it was a COSMO, and Carrie Bradshaw drinks COSMOS on Sex and the City, and Julia is Carrie Bradshaw 2.0, and Julia lives in a city and Julia plans to have sex one day.

    So, you see, she had to do it.

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  7. If you put it this way, NomSociety, it does seem somewhat inevitable indeed.

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  8. Yep. You can pretty much see her tetas in this. And is that a white thong? Fail.

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  9. And further, she is obviously just JOKING here, like...she is just pretending to drink the drink for the sake of making a truly HILARIOUS photo, and it's clearly a flaw in you if you don't understand humor, like for example if someone didn't know what day it was and then someone else were to think it was Saturday when it's really Friday, I mean now THAT is funny.

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  10. So Julia is in SF and she... goes shopping at chain stores for teens. Way to live differently. That's like going to Italy and eating at McDonalds

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  11. I'm getting some yucks out of everyone standing around Foolia paying absolutely no attention to her as she begs for more attention.

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  12. She also posted a picture of her riding the trolley.

    Now don't get me wrong -- I love the trolleys.

    But she is in one of the coolest cities in the U.S. Why doesn't she go check out some interesting hoods? She has got to be the uncoolest chick I have ever heard of.

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  13. 9:14

    That is not a trolley. that is a cable car.

    Julia is AN IDIOT.

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  14. I doubt if she does anything anymore if she doesn't think she could wrestle it into a sponsorship of sorts. Forever 21; H&M....blerghity blergh restaurants in one of the coolest dining cities in America. MMmmm. Cutting edge. Innovate-y. That's our girls.

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  15. ThisIsTheDawningOfTheAgeOfNarcissismApril 17, 2009 at 9:39 PM

    This site: http://samvak.tripod.com/faq58.html http://samvak.tripod.com/faq45.html is a mess but its content describes Julia so well. I think she's narcissistic and I don't mean that in a clinical way. I'm just talking about her personality traits.

    If you look at the traits of narcissism or just her past behavior you see that nothing she does is out of charcter or unpredictable. That's why Baugher Bingo works so well. I think it's also why commenting on her and following her gets old after a while. There's nothing to relate to. It's all about the annoyance of her behavior and it eventually starts seeming more sad than annoying in my opinion.

    "Narcissism requires the attention of others to feed it – almost like human oxygen."

    http://www.independent.ie/lifestyle/independent-woman/love-sex/beware--the-age-of-the-narcissist-has-dawned-1049936.html

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  16. Great reads. Overindulging parents with high expectations and "celebrity" (though minimal and short-lived) status that only serves to legitimize behavior. I'd just read a snippet from Dr. Drew's book about narcissism (which I want to read) and he identified it not as a disease of self-love, but extreme self-loathing, which is why they need the admiration of many/all. This wasn't from either page posted about, another link I'd clicked on the site but very interesting:

    "Celebrities are, therefore, unlikely to "heal" once their fame or wealth or might are gone. Instead, their basic narcissism merely changes form. It continues unabated, as insidious as ever - but modified by life's ups and downs.

    In a way, all narcissistic disturbances are acquired. Patients acquire their pathological narcissism from abusive or overbearing parents, from peers, and from role models. Narcissism is a defense mechanism designed to fend off hurt and danger brought on by circumstances - such as celebrity - beyond the person's control.

    Social expectations play a role as well. Celebrities try to conform to the stereotype of a creative but spoiled, self-centered, monomaniacal, and emotive individual. A tacit trade takes place. We offer the famous and the powerful all the Narcissistic Supply they crave - and they, in turn, act the consummate, fascinating albeit repulsive, narcissists."

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  17. "A tacit trade takes place." Shudder.

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  18. Hee--Look at how pretty that other girl's legs look compared to Julia's.

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