Cecily Kellog, owns a great sex bed, is the mother to a young daughter. That young daughter produced some artwork which Cecily promptly shared with the world. What is this magnificent work of art?
That’s right: “a really f**king tall weeping angel”. In case there’s any doubt, her little daughter also scrawled the words “real tall f**king weeping angel” across her drawing. When instagram followers asked her why she would be proud of her 7 year old using such salty language, ole Cecily replied “you don’t know me at all”.
So…is shore leave language now acceptable for kids under 10? I haven’t been in third grade for a while, so maybe nowdays it’s acceptable for kids to just run around saying f*ck. Someone clue me in on this, I’d hate to be the old fuddy duddy who finds such vulgarity in a child to be a real shame to their parents, not a moment of boast worthy pride.
Mandy, last noticed by the internet when the Chive used her baby’s photo or something, is closing up her blog:
I’m not sure if there is an easy way to say you’re going to stop doing something that you once loved so much. ..I’m tired of stats, numbers, people trying to climb some invisible ladder to nowhere. It’s changed. I miss the old days. It’s time for me to stop for now.
Saying she’s “felt like closing this place up countless times over the years, but this time I know it’s the real deal”, she went on to explain that she’s reached a point where she would rather be with her kids than blog about them.
Mandajuice, don’t forget she’s skinny now, recently declared “I clearly drink too much”. Saying “if I only have 3 drinks in a night, I consider that a GOOD night. That’s… sobriety”, she went on to explain what she plans to do about the situation:
…I have ZERO intention of quitting. I will never join a 12-step program. I will never surrender my addiction to a higher power. I think AA is horse shit.
Instead, Mandajuice will simply live around her drinking:
…I’d rather work on harm reduction – never EVER driving after drinking. Never drinking with strangers or on first dates. Staying “sober” around my kids. Always making sure someone else is around who can help if needed. Taking a thousand vitamins a day, drinking my body weight in water and pounding as many antioxidants as I can to counteract the physical effects. Eating well. Running.
She then announced she will, in fact, stop drinking for the month of November. Why? Well in addition to saving money and just to “see” if she “can do it”:
…mostly there is one BIG reason – I’ve gained weight. My clothes don’t fit. It’s making me uncomfortable. It’s that simple.
She hasn’t “made it longer than a week in, well, YEARS” and doesn’t believe in seeking formal help, so she’s asking everyone what to expect during her sober month. Because if there’s anything that has been proven time and again to keep people from drinking, it’s the internet.
There’s nothing I admire more than someone who declares themselves an alcoholic taking pride in refusing to stop drinking unless it’s for some month long vanity challenge. I’m sure everyone with experience with alcohol abuse finds her truly inspirational. If only everyone who couldn’t make it through life without booze could have her willpower without the “horse shit” of AA. I guess all it really takes is some vitamins and some too tight pants to make folks put down the bottle. Someone should alert the rehab community that they’re doing it wrong!
dooce.com, website of influential media lady and former stately manor owner Heather Armstrong, has been down for at least 7 hours and an amazing thing has happened – absolutely nothing. The website that allegedly made upwards of $50k a month just two short years ago and reportedly has hundreds of thousands of fans has been unavailable for most of the day…and yet not a peep about it has been found anywhere on social media. Evidently even her rabid poodles no longer care whether dooce.com exists or not.
Could such indifference be proof of the end of dooce.com’s reign as Ruler of Blogland?
Shauna Ahern, famous for her recipes, is tired of helping you people with those recipes. After years of publishing perfectly crafted instructions for gluten free food items, she is “done” providing the ungrateful masses with substitutions and clarifications:
I posted the recipe this morning…Within an hour, I had a request from a different person asking how to substitute every single ingredient in the recipe…I am not kidding…So here’s the deal. I’m done. I’ve tried hard for years to figure out the substitutions because I don’t want anyone else to feel left out…I can’t make every substitution for you. I just won’t do it anymore.
Asking readers if they “know how much work it takes to create a grain-free, dairy-free, and egg-free dinner roll that is actually good” she went on to detail the extent of her culinary martyrdom:
In the midst of the time when we are developing five recipes a day, six days a week, for an impending cookbook deadline? (I’ll leave off the rest of our lives, the exciting developments and the daily duties of being parents to a very active five-year-old.) I don’t throw recipes up there lightly.
Don’t you people know how busy she is? For fork’s sake they are drowning in a sea of fundraising their gastrotour and trying to figure out why they can’t find the perfect baby. They can’t be expected to help you sort out how to make their recipes because they “worked hard to make that particular recipe, not the one you need”. OMG people, just use Google!