Speaking of supermodels of the world, who do you think would win a runway walk-off between Linda and RuPaul? Ru would certainly win the lip sync for your life contest, but I’d love to see the fashion competition. Both ladies are standing tall!
Why would Arnold Schwarzenegger and the lion-like Maria Shriver (Kennedy) divorce after 20 years of marriage, and just months after his 8 years as governor of California? They seemed the perfect attention-starved power couple: he had money and an office, she had the name and media savvy. Isn’t that enough?
Christophe provides the Inseminator title and LA Times story exposing the Inseminator’s recently acknowledged ten year old child with a 20 year veteran of the household staff.
As the Japanese say, that’s “no0 guudo” (ノー・グウッド).
I wonder if those French just made this up to distract from the high profile Socialist politician IMF chief arrested for rape in his $3,000 per night suite. I am ready for all female political corps! More cougars, less violence, no?!
French anti-smoking ad compares smoking with sexual slavery: “Fumer, c’est être l’esclave du tabac” (To smoke is to be a slave to tobacco). Supposedly controversial, with many feminists and child rights outraged. But I think the kinky daddy-youth oral is hot! So enjoy the poster, but please don’t smoke!
Japanese love bakeries; unfortunately, most of their breads and pastries are fluffy, over-processed and unsatisfying. My in-laws gave me some bread from a nearby bakery in Nakano called Boulangerie Lebois, and now I am hooked. This is the best French bakery in Tokyo!
The exterior, viewed from Nakano Dori near the Kanda river, is not promising.
However, once you get near, the smell of butter and fresh baking are intoxicating. Inside, it is a treasure of whole wheat bread, butter cookies, quiches, ham sandwiches, bacon twists, creams, custards, and pastries. The only seating are the two benches outside.