(Model. Daughter of the late Paul Walker.)
Oh, get out the fainting couch. A comedian has made fun of someone. Who could have seen that coming?
If you concede that stand-up comedy is a legitimate activity, then you have to realize that (1) offending people is basically their job; (2) eventually some stand-ups will offend you personally.
“Sexy models Joy Van Der Eecken and Lena Simonne wore see-through outfits while walking the fashion runway for the Etam SS 2022 fashion show in Paris!”
… unless they delete it.
In other words, she’s basically walking around naked in public, except for a thong. I would add “as the good lord intended” here, but it may not be appropriate in this particular case. If the lord, in his infinite wisdom, had created Adam and Lizzo, he might have sought a non-naked option.
“Unless these unprecedented scarcities are reversed soon, hundreds of thousands of Americans could be forced to learn that there is more to life than material objects,’ said White House press secretary Jen Psaki, cautioning that delays in shipping of clothing, toys, and other common gifts had the potential to make this Christmas the most communal and brotherly of any on record.”
“The Christchurch City Council will stop paying The Wizard $16,000 a year after more than two decades on the public payroll to “provide acts of wizardry” for the city. The Wizard of New Zealand said the council had decided to stop paying him because he did not fit with the modern image of the city. Over his 23 years on the payroll, the council has paid him a total of $368,000. ‘They are a bunch of bureaucrats who have no imagination,’ he said.”
Follow-up: all members of the council have been turned into newts.
This picture provided the cover of the May edition of Vogue in Czechia. It was shot on March 26th of this year.
Porizkova’s official birthday is April 9, 1965, so she would have been 15 when she posed for her first Vogue cover, which appeared in May of 1981.
Here is another cover in which she was 15:
“Bella Thorne – bikini butt, 10/12/2021″
“Millennial mafiosos in New York have been accused by veteran mobsters of going soft, becoming obsessed with their phones and using text messages rather than fists to intimidate victims. Growing up in wealthy suburbs as social media exploded, the new generation is said to have become less brutal, and less versed in traditional face-to-face tactics like pistol-whipping.”