Sunday, April 12, 2009

Oh Dear God No

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  1. That jacket is close enough to a straitjacket. Wow, this is SCARY.

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  2. Again, Julia, did you get honey-dew melons implanted in your calves...

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  3. Is it just me or is that Vimeo taking over the entire screen? BrotherBritt, what have you done?

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  4. That ring over the widdle glovesies: tres chic!

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  5. She asks, 'if you can't wear a bow like this on Easter, when can you wear it?', [paraphrasing]

    She just makes it too easy, no?

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  6. What a fail at a defense for his big BW bow. Why, whenever you're desperate for people to pay attention to you, duh. Peeeeer usual!

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  7. Question o' the day: can widdle bun-bun type on her mac waptop wearing glovesies?

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  8. yikes i didn't realize how short that skirt was until she posted the shot of her next to momsers. ow, ow, the secondhand embarrassment hurts like a hangover.

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  9. Um. Words: "I'm super exicted" blah blah blah. Yet, voice and facial expressions: dull and lifeless. Is it possible that even Julia Allison is getting tired of her little shtick?

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  10. Kind of odd that JA is out of town and Mary isn't house and puppy sitting for her.

    We are surely overdue for a "I miss my BFF" twitter.

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  11. Ok, I'm no prude, but that skirt is ridiculously short for church. If her father allowed her to wear that out of the house let alone to church, then there's something definitely up. And furthermore.....STAY THE FUCK HOME if you can't show the decency to attend a Mass on today of all days and not take photos. We don't need your phony asses taking part in these traditions so you can try and make neighbors jealous. Like they ever, ever go to church other than to make a fucking appearance.

    I'm sorry, it's Easter Sunday and totally inappropriate for me to be cursing like this, but phony baloney jerkwads who show up at the town Church so they can make a phony appearance make me physically ill. Nobody is buying it, folks. Nobody is looking on your family and secretly wishing they belonged to it. It's abundantly clear to anybody with a modicum of mental stability that this family is harboring some ugly, ugly secrets.

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  12. I thought the skirt hit much lower also! Yikes! That's a short skirt and quite a masquerade ensemble especially when your parents are hosting the post-services coffee hour! Gotta love that photo of her surrounded by flowers, photo credit: dad.

    Although, Dad's ensemble is almost as bad.

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  13. 5:14PM:

    I have it on good word that Lilly was sold to a band of Somali pirates. The joke is on them, though, once she starts shitting all over their boat.

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  14. Also, when she points to her shoe, at 19 seconds. Holy fuck. She has packed on the pounds.

    And she is making this video to prove to herself and others that she hasn't.

    I speak from experience here. This is just crazy and sad at this point.

    Get some help already!

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  15. 5:17: hahaha, loving the image of it!

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  16. And like any girl with a butt, the skirt is going to be shorter in back, then it is in front. And you can clearly see, in that picture, that this is the case. She's flashing the house of God!

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  17. I wouldn't be caught DEAD in that skirt. Looks like something Dorota's mom sewed out of tablecloths from the old country! And it's definitely Dorota's size.

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  18. I'm not one of those annouting "OMG EVERY DEFENDER IS JACKLES BLAHBLAH SHE'S ON THIS SITE ALL DAY EVERY DAY" conspiracy theorists or anything, but I do find it odd that after someone in a previous post mentioned that she wears the same ratty dress to every event because she can't fit into any of her old clothes, she shows up in this disgusting "BRAND NEW!!!!" get-up. Got something to prove, Julia?

    Not EVEN Blair Waldorf would wear this shit.

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  19. Christian,

    What are you talking about? I was the envy of everyone when I wore my Easter thong to service this morning.

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  20. "Daddy's Little Girl"

    http://julia.nonsociety.com/lifecast/95525090-0-1

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  21. Julia, light of my life, fire of my loins. My sin, my soul. Joo-lee-ya: the tip of the tongue taking a trip of three steps down the palate to tap, at three, on the teeth. Joo. Lee. Ya.

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  22. I cannot believe how short that skirt is. I thought it would hit around the knee, but omggg. I, like many others, wonder where her parents are on that... but more so, what about HER?!

    Isn't she embarrassed?! I once wore a skirt that was decidedly longer than Julia's to a dinner party, and was tugging at it, totally miserable, all night.

    She just doesn't care.

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  23. 5:27, that's all well and good. But did it have a matching jacket and Madonna gloves?

    Seriously, Baughers. You want to walk a holy red carpet so you can pretend your perfect little family isn't monumentally fucked up? Save it for Christmas.


    I've been holding this back for fear of seeming too hateful, which this blog totally doesn't need, but I would bet my last breath on the fact that her past indiscretions with married men is directly related to stuff she saw growing up in her own home.

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  24. What the hell is "annouting?" Typing failure. I meant annoying. Sorry, bunnies.

    -- 5:25

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  25. on a more positive note, don't churches have come a long way? in earlier days a girl might have been refused admission/stoned/burned for such an outfit.

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  26. Christian,

    Actually, I took an Easter egg, cracked it in half, and used the shells as pasties. I forgot the Madonna gloves though. I think I gave our pastor a boner, and isn't that what Easter is all about?

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  27. Am I the only one who thinks her voice is sounding more and more like a man?

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  28. Julia doesn't care about church. I know, duh. She only goes because it fits into her "Charlotte York-Protestant-wasp" ideal.

    Meanwhile, she's half-Jewish... and Chicago isn't exactly Connecticut. She should own this stuff, not dismiss it because it isn't part of her storyline.

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  29. 5:14/5:17: other sources claim julia had lily sent to the white house to set her up with the new first puppy. arranged marriages never go out of style.

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  30. 5:45
    She appears to be whispering even though she's lucky enough to have her own sitting room with lush bedding, and mac spy cams. Her parents should construct a shack in the backyard where Yoolio can go to town, playing dress up. At the very least, BrotherBritt doesn't need to be exposed to this type of juvenile excess.

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  31. ouch: solo-gawker mocking post for mary. that must sting.

    http://gawker.com/5207369/mary-rambin-does-something-new

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  32. @5:47PM:

    I didn't know Lilly was such a cougar! It just goes to show you that the proverbial pear doesn't fall that far from the tree.

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  33. TJ,

    Actually, if I was one of her parents, I would construct a barge and float her out onto Lake Michigan.

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  34. 5:53 - yeah, we can only hope that her advances don't stir up a shitstorm.

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  35. Yeah I am not a prude either but that skirt is way too short for church ESp when your momser is the one who apparently has a leadership role for the day. it seems as though (ONCE AGAIN) this is about julia and not about respect for others. Live differently? Come on.Out of all the June Cleaver outfits this dimwit owns, this is what she picks to wear IN church ON easter? I mean the outfit could be considered cute for the holiday, but in church? lol.

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  36. Her Mom had a leadership role in the service?

    Wow. So Julia gets to turn on her Dad while embarrassing her Mom. Score!

    Too much? Tough. Put your fucking camera away inside a church and show some respect.

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  37. 5:33PM - nice.

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  38. Anon 5:47 - We Jews don't want her. She can deny that part of her heritage all she wants.

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  39. Man, this is mean, but the way she handles herself in the video comes across as very butch.

    She is definitely not the lithe, delicate, young girl I'd expect to be wearing an outfit like ths.

    It's a completely unappealing look -- like a bulldog in a china shop. I'm cringing because she just doesn't see it.

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  40. "If her father allowed her to wear that out of the house let alone to church, then there's something definitely up."

    Um, excuse me, Christan? What fucking century are you living in? She's a 28 year old woman and her parents have no fucking business "allowing" or "disallowing" anything, especially what she wears. Perhaps, "If her parents didn't question this" or "...didn't suggest she wear something else," but her FATHER specifically ALLOWING or not an outfit? That's gross.

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  41. She's not in any way half-Jewish. Have you seen her parents?

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  42. There's a reason that skirt was at a sample sale. The length is completely wrong for that style, and makes her look chunky and thrift-shop costumy. If it were 3 inches longer, and paired with a plain top, it might actually be cute, and totally appropriate.
    @ 5:45, speaking deeply is a way of showing confidence and assertion. I'm sure she picked that up in one of those edifying transatlantic books she was reading.

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  43. This is weird, I know, but that's not a J. Crew ring. Why would she lie about that?

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  44. Anon @ 8:44, her parents could refuse to take her to church with them if she refused to dress like a sane and respectful adult.

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  45. DumbBelleNotoriousApril 12, 2009 at 9:52 PM

    What kind of 28 year old acts like this?
    Only someone who is trying to be like another
    fictional character on TeeVee. What is wrong
    with her? Now that SaTC is over and her Carrie Bradshaw schtick is tired, she has to latch onto another imaginary persona. Boring.....and really really sad. It's still a trainwreck and getting worse.

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  46. She's a 28 year old woman and her parents have no fucking business "allowing" or "disallowing" anything, especially what she wears.

    Then I guess I should count myself lucky that my father would care enough about me to tell me I looked foolish and inappropriate. Doing what your parents ask doesn't make you weak. It means you're not an ungrateful bitch with a chip on her shoulder. Not sure what your relationship is with your parents (though I can probably guess from your ire) but not everybody gets so disgusted at the idea of doing what their parents tell them after they put a roof over your head and fed you and stuff. Maybe your parents didn't do that and if so, I'm truly sorry. But don't make your issues with your parents about me.

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  47. Oh please. Beautiful commenter technique: call into question *my* relationship with my parents. You wanna know? Ok. I have a terrifically close relationship with my parents. If they disagree with what I'm wearing, they tell me so and talk to me about it like an adult. They don't tell me what to wear and I wouldn't listen to them if they did. But I respect their opinion and they respect mine. I can only guess what kind of fucked up sexist bullshit your parents taught you that your father has to approve what you wear out of the house. My parents are both feminists who recognize that their children are not their property, they're their family, and they're adults.

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  48. And you didn't say parents, mind, you said father. *That* belies some seriously sick shit. Trust: I do NOT envy your relationship with your parents. Yuck.

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  49. Oh God just shut up guys. Keep it to NonSociety!

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  50. And you didn't say parents, mind, you said father.

    That's because my Mom died when I was 7.

    Oh please. Beautiful commenter technique: call into question *my* relationship with my parents.

    That's exactly what you were doing with your original comment. So fucking spare me your moral superiority and arguing semantics. You want to pick a fight with me, fucking e-mail me.

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  51. Yes, but you said *Julia's* father, not yours. Why don't you read my original comment again, because I don't mention or imply a mention of your parents anywhere. Sorry!

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  52. Oh God. Shut up, both of you. Nobody cares about who's Daddy loved or didn't love who most.

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  53. All I was saying was that your comment was some sexist bullshit; that's how it came off. I call it out when I see fucked up stuff like that. I think Julia is bullshit for perpetuating so many similar attitudes, so I'm gonna say something when I see it here.

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  54. You both sound really stupid. Settle this score elsewhere.

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  55. Ummm..it was like 40 degrees in Chicago today. Weird choice of outfit, to say the least.

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  56. I'd like to point out the lack of irony in her outfit.

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  57. That skirt would be cute and appropriate for Easter IF it was below the knee. I hate to admit that I share similar tastes in clothes with Julia (I do like head bands but simple ones--no bows--and not every day, and a petticoat is so much fun to wear for a costume but not for daily life), but I would never wear that skirt, as is, ANYWHERE, let alone to church, especially on Easter. It would be absolutely fine if it was longer.

    I like the retro 50s/60s look, but the short skirt doesn't go with it and makes the rest of the outfit look even more ridiculous. It would be fun if gloves like that came back in style, but the lace with the ruffles and the giant bow is too much. For some reason it reminds me of Madonna's Like a Virgin phase, but not in a good way.

    I'm just mad that she's ruining headbands for the rest of us. A bow on a headband is fine if it's tiny... that is a floppy mess!

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  58. She looks like a cocktail waitress.

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