Friday, July 18, 2014

Blind Item #3

This former A list tweener turned B list mostly movie actress who is in this space way too much for her own good but has very chatty friends thinks she is being super cool by wearing props ala Cruel Intentions to carry her coke.Most of the time she has some piece of jewelry which she uses to hide her stash.

28 comments:

RivenIsAHasBeen said...

Selena boo

sugarbread maker said...

Selena

Violet said...

Lilo.

OneEyeCharlie said...

To be fair, it IS smarter than toting around a vial of blow.

Shelly Shell said...

haha, at least it's smarter than Emma.

RivenIsAHasBeen said...

...Or a clutch full of loose pills.

Tongue N. Cheek said...

Wasn't she the one who wanted to charter the private jet to keep her stash? She's learning! Bless her.

AJ said...

I loved Cruel Intentions !!!

TalksTooMuch said...

Me too, AJ!

LottaColada said...

Hahaha, the rosary

Harlow17 said...

Doesn't she remember that smg gets busted in that movie

AJ said...

We should do a book club movie of it TTM.
That movie is rip for MST3000 comments.

Tongue N. Cheek said...

Was that the highschool version of Dangerous Liasons with SMG?
That would be fun!

AJ said...

Yes indeed it was.
Dangerous Liasions is a great book & the movie is great too !!!
Poor Michele Pfiffer.
It was beyond my control.

derek harvey said...

meh---The Book Club blog has become so lame---its just a bunch of people saying hi to each other a 1000 times and drinking in front of their computer --or smack talking other readers who don't have the luxury or desire to be on their computer 24/7 and defend themselves

surfer said...

Kids today! Hahaha!

RivenIsAHasBeen said...

Actually that's a community that was my safe space from you and your repeated bigoted attacks on me Derek. But really I'm not surprised by more passive aggressive references from you, that seems to be your forte. You're obsession is creepy. Leave me alone bro, you're not my type. At all. Peace.

MeanieRhysie said...

Ha! Gotta love 'em, don't ya? :D

TalksTooMuch said...

Well honestly, I don't know if it was ever anything else. We took our OT elsewhere, isn't that what everyone wanted?

And I still can't believe you are making fun of someone for being transgender. Can.not.believe.

derek harvey said...

@Riven you posted about me like 50 times on that stupid blog going on and on---I could care less about you and your stupid drama attention---before that I said like 3 posts to you---whos obsessed with who? Leave me alone and other innocent readers you pick fights with. 90% of the people here don't wanna hear people fighting

LoMo said...

chloe moretz

Omar Little said...

Agree Derek. The fighting is ridiculous, its a gossip blog ffs.

Basil said...

This has to be Gomez. And Cruel Intentions was so bad it was good.

rajahcat said...

I'm sure she thinks she is a creative genius

Star said...

So was it like one of those kids bubble maker jewelry necklace that she used?

Snootches said...

Love everything about Cruel Intentions! I didn't realize D.L. was a book, I'm in!

Basil said...

@snootches Les Liaisons Dangereuses was written by Chodersomething de Laclos. Even though it was written shortly before the French Revolution, and at the time was probably on par with a Jackie Collins novel of today, it is a pretty easy read. And since it is written in the form of letters, you really get into the head of the main characters and their motivations, particularly Valmont and the Marquise. In fact, despite her being the obvious villain of the novel, the Marquise could be considered the first feminist character in literature. She HATES the place women are placed in society and makes everyone pay for it. If you do end up reading the novel, please let me know what you think of it.

Dingle Barry said...

You know what Derek, I figured it would be like that, and I'm just too busy (off-on) to spend anymore time on the computer.

I enjoy TTM and a most others (to include yourself when you aren't complaining) but I chose not to participate in the Book Club.
No slam on anyone. Just saying that TTM has made it very clear all along the way the Book Club is an open invite. If you can't participate, oh, well.