"The magazine was entirely model-free, and dedicated only one-third of its content to fashion and beauty, balancing frivolity with a mix of profiles about normal high school students doing extraordinary things and celebrities being celebrities (this being a People publication, a certain amount of Hollywood worship is to be expected—gotta hook those readers while their young)."
they're!! otherwise, v interesting.
On Women Love "MommyJuice," Much As Our 1897 Selves Loved Dollar-Fifty Heroin From the Sears Catalog
where is the breast milk joke i'm searching for
@rose1 what inspirational spam
@fabel curious as well!!
@cheerybeggar i've never been, but i'm sure no one would care!
lukewarm on the song, but i like that she relied more on actual dancing than on technology, cough ladygaga cough. like britney pre-crazy!