Thursday, September 27, 2018

Blind Item #5

This married foreign born permanent A+ list athlete recently got some unlike him plastic surgery because he was insecure around his much younger mistress.

23 comments:

lynn said...

David Beckham

MontanaMarriott said...

Beckham

Kate K said...

Beckham

No Wuckin' Furries said...
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Spider Rico said...

Sentence structure and wording atrocious. Makes me highly doubt the validity of this site.

parissucksliterally said...

He had plenty of work done when he was younger. Google to see what his nose looked like.....and his teeth.....

Stupidpervs said...

Hair is thinning to..I prefer natural aged men ..real men not pretentious cheaters

No Wuckin' Furries said...

@Stupidpervs A man's hair does tend to thin, naturally. I guess you like those "natural" men with hair plugs.

nancer said...

shit. beckham's beautiful and will most likely age beautifully too. what did he do to himself?? so stupid.

orangesoda said...

Yeah there's some ruckus about his hair on social media but who really cares? I'd say the cheating is the bigger problem, not the hair.

Notagoodscreenname said...

Who’s stupid enough to get surgery for his side chick?! He doesn’t think the wife will pick up on that?

rosie riveter said...

Dang Geena. He takes "changes personal grooming" and ups it for sure
And he got them teefs fixed long ago

Sd Auntie said...

Well i hope he did not go to Elton's hair plug guy. Gabriel Aubry has taken the throne for fair haired God in my book.

No Wuckin' Furries said...

I'm pretty sure Elton is a toupee guy. He's been wearing them for years.

Sd Auntie said...

No he was very open about the procedure done in the 80's. I liked his 70's look and its too bad he hated it.

JL said...

Goes to show that ain't no lawyer running it.

Brayson87 said...
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pixiegothy said...

Omg...he looks weird af now 😱😱😱

Freckles said...

But his voice is still the same, I just can't listen to him talk and I love the British accent

Hortensia said...

The poor grammar structure is a guard against getting sued.

DDonna Tarttty said...

An extraordinarily handsome man I never found particularly attractive because of his ridiculous voice and general hollow dunderheadedness in interviews. Plus I don't do sports.

Just searched his new "look." Eww. He would've far more likely aged into a very sexy and still presumably virile older man, like Sean Connery or Paul Newman. The cosmetic surgery is no smart move for him. Hopefully he won't end up going the Caitlyn route.

Cheryl said...

He got a full overhaul back when Posh first did, many noses ago. If he wears his hair to short you can see scars. This is a new overhaul and the hair looks like it was drawn on with a brown Sharpie. I agree with Sd Auntie. Gabriel Aubry looks better than the other blondies.

Doug said...

@Spider Rico said "Sentence structure and wording atrocious. Makes me highly doubt the validity of this site."

@Hortensia said "The poor grammar structure is a guard against getting sued."

I'll waste some time making a comment about usage and/or punctuation. In this blind the problem is not with the grammar, which is fine.

If the butchering of the language is intentional for legal reasons, so be it. But if the writer(s) wanted to do better, this blind is an example of how it would be correct to use hyphens to indicate adjective phrases. The CDAN writers seemingly never do this, and we have to waste time decoding the text (or quit reading the site). Here is how I would write this one:

"This married foreign-born permanent A+ list athlete recently got some unlike-him plastic surgery because he was insecure around his much-younger mistress."

You could also not hyphenate "much younger", which is comprehensible either way. I would not hyphenate "permanent A+ list", because it would look so bad: "permanent-A+-list". The plusses and especially the minuses would make that worse rather than better, as in "A--list athlete". Not an option, and fortunately not necessary for comprehensibility.

And to keep drilling down, sequential adjectives should usually be separated by commas, like this:

"This married, foreign-born, permanent A+ list athlete recently got some unlike-him plastic surgery because he was insecure around his much-younger mistress."

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