Today's best comments look good enough to eat.
• Best Comment Of The Day in response to How The Beckhams Fake Intimacy For The Camera:
Perfume notes include famewhoring, vanity, hair gel, bad acting, gaudy jewelry, vanilla, and tonka bean.
• Best Comment Of The Day, also in response to How The Beckhams Fake Intimacy For The Camera:
Love in an elevator
Selling perfume, innuendo abounds
Love in an elevator
Hamming it up till they hit the ground
• Best Comment Of The Day in response to Baby Carrots Continue Extreme Marketing Campaign, Now For The Ladies:
I fear that soon there will be a "Women's Food" section in the grocery store. The isles will be lined with yogurt, dove bars, <10 cal soups, raw veggies and skinny cow icecream. All women who dare shop outside the isle will be subjected to rehabilitation sessions that feature Activia commercials played on a loop.
• Best Comment Of The Day in response to Playboy For The Blind Sounds Pretty Sexy:
"The woman on the cover appears to be wearing a long brunette wig with a reddish tint and bangs. Her head is way too large for her body. She is topless but for a man's tie which she is touching with both hands so as to strategically cover her nipples. Her arms are disproportionately short for her body, as is her torso. A portion of her hip with a black lace panty of some sort is visible. The overall effect calls to mind a heavily photoshopped Mary Tyler Moore."
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