This is way better than that time Mick Jagger signed your aunt’s chest in Sharpie and she didn’t take a shower until 1988: On June 8th, Tina Wargo took to Twitter asking for help getting Girls creator Lena Dunham to handwrite the phrase “All adventurous women do,” for a tattoo.
Not only did Ms. Dunham comply, but she sent several samples of her script, neatly drawn in cursive on a napkin, to Ms. Wargo via Instagram. Ms. Wargo, who apparently had no qualms about spending her life with a reference to contracting HPV on her ankle, uploaded her new ink last week.
Nowadays, doggies searching for an act of youthful rebellion have more options than just pooping on the carpet.
Pooches can embrace their inner punk by getting “inked”–yep, that’s right–with a new doggie tattooing service offered by Upper East Side Celebrity Dog Groomer, Jorge Bendersky.
According to an email from Dana Humphrey, Bendersky’s P.R. rep, glitter Read More
A certain pop star who has no right to be, in light of his outrageous and offensive behavior over the years, recently showed off a neck tattoo of what looks like a battered woman who may or may not be his ex-girlfriend. It is an act that only confirms his sub-humanity, his despicablity, his worthlessness.
Fortunately, there are better people in the world than this.
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Last night when Don Draper (almost) met the Rolling Stones on Mad Men, we couldn’t help but be reminded of those old crossover cartoons…like The Flintstones meet The Jetsons, or when the Harlem Globetrotters helped out Scooby Doo. Of course Don Draper doesn’t like Mick Jagger and his sexy ways, and is worried about the dope-smoking children who worship the band. (Don Draper, you are old.) Still, he went to the concert because he needed the Stones to sign on for a commercial with Heinz.
As she settles into a “sober” lifestyle and tries to crawl her way back to choice roles, Lindsay Lohan, well, she needs inspiration. And who to turn to for that? Billy Joel, apparently.
TMZ revealed that the actress — Read More