Thursday, January 19, 2006


  • Those track suits, especially the ones with Juicy on the butt. ESPECIALLY if the ass is all stretched out of shape. Please, we don't need to know how much sitting around you're doing.

  • Furry boots. Uggs and all their cousins. You are not Pocahontas!!

  • Shrugs. If they are not keeping you warm, do not have long sleeves, then they are worthless!!

  • COACH and Dooney and Bourke. The poor woman's expensive purses. You may as well just buy a knock-off Louis Vuitton.

  • Those big-bead necklaces. They were NEVER good. Put them away. C'mon, even Sienna Miller has sworn off them for good!


  • OMG Like, you're such a bitch. Ok, so obviously no one likes your website. I don't even like COACH or any of that but...where do you get off?? I mean, do you have any couth? (need to look that one up?) "The poor woman's expensive purse?" Oh...let me guess, you use mommy and daddy's money, credit cards, etc. Well, in real life, people have to go out and bust their asses for $12 an hour just so that they can pay outrageous rent on a fuckin shitty ass house. K? All I have to say is the women walkin around with the COACH purses probably did a lot more to earn it that sit on their ass until they decided to go shopping with mommy/daddy's money. More power to the women who are working 80 hour weeks to pull it off. And to the one's who mooch off of other ppl, hope ya rot in hell.


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:04 AM, January 23, 2006  

  • OMG! I actually like Coach bags (the originals at least, none of this crayola lilo shit! or pleather or whatever they're doing now!) but they're TOTALLY the poor woman's expensive purse! They're the Acura of purses... the BOSE of purses! And Dooney & Burke are just plain trashy! A little defensive, eh? Did your high school sweetheart plow corn fields for a year to buy you that Tiffany charm bracelet and Coach bag?! Pobre nina, que triste!

    We're regular midwestern-bred (for the most part) kids around here, and we work for our money, so you can stuff your bitter presumptions about us and daddy's money back in your Nine West tote where they belong...

    I'm sorry that the GAP doesn't pay you more to fold t-shirts, but that sounds like a personal problem... There's nothing wrong with getting twelve dollars an hour but:
    A) if you have to "bust your ass" to earn that, take it up with god for dealing you one too many chromosomes, not with us

    2) if you want to get a Dooney & Burke purse, do it! But don't fool yourself... I drive a Nissan Altima, I don't pretend it's a Maserati Quattroporte.

    D) Your little assessment of women with Coach bags earning them? What?! I mean, I've heard ridiculous generalizations, but I think that's like saying "women who wear Uggs are better people than women who wear Jimmy Choo because they earned those Uggs." Even the six year old sitting next to me holding her Coach bag knows that!

    7) "More power to the women...?!" You're fucking kidding right?! You're praising women who bust their asses working two full-time jobs to live outside of their means! Simple rule: If you don't have anything to fill a purse with, then why are you buying it? Living outside of your means is the most offensive, irresponsible, white-trash thing a person can do... Well, that and mixing fur and feathers.

    But it's people like you who stay in debt your whole life and keep the credit card companies in business... Which is nice because your Coach bag lets some old-money sweater-vest, country-clubber buy his precious lil girl a Birkin Bag... so good for you.

    By Blogger toastycakes, at 1:40 PM, January 23, 2006  

  • OMG, dude, I've seen your car and apparently you DO think it's a Maserati Quattroporte. That's what happens when you DRIVE out of your means (ha!). I totes my shit in a plastic bag. I'm fire. You're like a poorer man's Suze Orman.

    Viva Que Papas!!!

    By Anonymous YFB, at 9:26 AM, January 25, 2006  

  • You know, why does it really matter what the fuck kind of purse someone's carrying? Do pple need to be judged by wheter they are wearing a COACH bag or a Target purse? I mean, seriously, why do you have to make a website to talk shit about people and things that piss YOU off? Do you not have any friends to bitch to or what? And you got a litle defensive yourself. I was just voicing my opinion since you felt the need to voice yours. By the way, i don't fuckin work at GAP, I'm the administrator for a large company. i don't live outside my means. I know that even if I did like COACH or whatever the hot shit is right now, there are other things i have to pay for. I dont waste my money on bags, shoes, or clothes that cost more than my rent.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:50 AM, January 30, 2006  

  • I just figured out what your problem is. Looking at your profile i havee learned that you're a dude. And with your ID name and the shit you're talking about, that would all lead me to believe that you are gay. Right? I knew it.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:55 AM, January 30, 2006  


    By Blogger Isolatrix, at 11:52 AM, January 30, 2006  

  • You totally figured out I'm a guy! I always thought the large images of me at the top of the page were a dead giveaway... and I personally never saw anything gynocentric nor sexually descriptive about my name, but congratulations either way! You win the Sheriff Lamb junior detective kit! Now, If i can do a lil bit of my own dick work (get it?)... Calling me defensive, then deliberately accusing me of being gay as a [pejorative] afterthought allows me to surmise that you think my sexual preference matters, is a problem, or much less has a profound effect on my writing style. That's kinda a shame.

    Now if you were a lil more Veronica and a lil less Sheriff Lamb, you would have also noticed that I [steve] responded to your comment, whereas Isolatrix wrote the original post... which means my comment was not actually defensive, but rather chivalrous. There are actually four of us at omg: three gorgeous girls and me... Kinda like Charlie's Angels, but the original one with really pretty hair, not the 2000 landmonster remake.

    Now, to continue with your statement, "what does it matter what kind of purse someone is carrying?," it doesn't. Not at all. But E's original point was that you shouldn't waste your time with quasi-status symbols like Coach bags, which, along with your response, prompted me to express my distaste for those who live outside of their means. You're the one who praised women for spending their hard-earned money on a purse (or more accurately, the label on that purse).

    You're right about one thing - i created this website solely to bitch and moan about whatever I wish. It's easier than flooding my friends' mailboxes with mindless gossip, and as such I am afforded certain liberties, including creative license to use the editorial you (referring to one [person], and not necessarily you specifically). So in my comment I was describing a theoretical person who may, in some instance work at a GAP retail store... which, by the by, is a fine, respectable job. Not you, the modestly dressed administer or a large company, and tireless defender of department-store-bag-buying gals around the globe. But while we're clearing things up, GAP, Inc. is a Fortune 500 company with over 150,000 employees distributed among more its 3000 retail stores as well as a substantial corporate division. So a "large company administrator" could easily work for GAP, Inc. and have the means to buy any of a variety of fashion accessories.

    There are about 32 million weblogs out there, but this one is ours. We're bitches, and we like to bitch... get used to it or get over it! You (and several thousand others) choose to read it, so goodie-goodie gumdrops! And you're more than welcome to respond, comment, whatevs. Enjoy, k?! Stop back sometime and let us all know how your crusade against internet ranting and general cattiness is going, and good luck with that.
    -- steve xoxo
    ps: I'm not offended by the gay thing. I get it every once in a while, but it's never really bothered me. A couple of nights ago I met a girl, and after a few minutes of conversation and an assessment of my attire she was like, "OMG! You're gay, aren't you?" A few hours later as I was rolling her panties around her thighs I paused to ask, "So, do you still think I'm gay?" She responded with, "Yeah a little actually, but I don't care anymore, just don't fucking stop!" Good enough.

    By Blogger toastycakes, at 3:48 PM, January 30, 2006  

  • Love your blog!!!

    By Blogger Famous Designer Fashions, at 2:39 PM, May 25, 2006  

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