Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Some footballer got an award


And some just got frou-frou girlfriends. If this is the Twigley's idea of fashion, I just can't wait for the wedding dress. And what is with the hand on the hip? Every wannabe had the hand on the hip stance. The first thing every performer learns is what to do with the hands. Only 'The Duke' got away with a hip hand and only because he was usually carrying a gun in the other.
And who invited (or why were they invited) the blonde as comedy event and her jewell encrusted watch wearing gnome of a husband?




15 comments:

Elisabeth said...

It's all in the appearance, JahTeh. No one ever said anything about good taste. As for the hand on the hip, isn't that something every little girl learns when she's about five. Clearly some do not outlive it.

Jayne said...

For a WAG Rebecca makes a great speech pathologist ;)

WV = crable
Why, yes, indeed I am very crable today :P

River said...

The hand on the hip is because they don't know what the heck else to do with it. The other hand is holding a teeny tiny purse, but what do I do with this one? Oh yeah, hang it on the hip.

I don't like dresses where the bodice resembles a corset.

River said...

And what are those things crawling up her legs?

JahTeh said...

Elisabeth, the hiphand gets irritating after while especially if they barely have a hip at all.

Jayne, I am extremely crabled (should that be a double 'l') today. Snotty remarks by Angela Baccini in the Sunday paper about how she only dresses high profile wags didn't translate into classy frocks from her.

River, I'm with you, hate corset bodices and does that girl ever eat. Four weddings is on tonight and I will be taking notes.

Lad Litter said...

Alright I'll join the bitch-chorus: Twigley by name, Twigley by physique.

And I also read this morning that the latest Mrs Edelsten is a silcon-based life-form.

R.H. said...

I liked the Brownlow count when it was just a radio show, no glam at all. On TV it's a sort of cabaret, I can't stand it, but it's obviously a winner in terms of mugs watching. Harvey Norman is no fool.

R.H. said...

I've seen some of the performance Fevola put on last year. I love him for it. I wish him the very best.

Ann O'Dyne said...

... the hands are on the hips because they can!
Some of them have hipbones you could hang their handbag on.
I don't.
(I am related by marriage to Chris Judd, and that's all I know about football.)

Eventually the Brownlow Count will leave out the 'o' and just be a beauty pageant for the briefest frock.

Jayne said...

ROFLMFAO @ Ann's comment

JahTeh said...

LadLitter, you like a little meat on the bones?
Silicon based life form is right but Mrs E. is good for a laugh and if those puppies had got loose, there were plenty of footballers to help round them up.

Robbert, I thought you were being sensible until you mentioned Fevola. It's all to do with advertising and money.

Annie O, I can do that with my hand and a bit of velcro. Some of the wags had trains on their dresses and I could see drama later on as the lads stood all over them.

Jayne, encouraging her only makes her better.

R.H. said...

This country has some very sour people, exhilaration appalls them.

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Middle Child said...

I've noticed the hand on the hip thing lately at these sorts of doo's there must be some organiser telling them all to do the same thing

in the old days the other hand might have held a smoke

JahTeh said...

Miss O'Dyne and I were taught at elegance school that hands were brought together in front like an extended 'V' to give a slim line with the arms but this lot are all after a modelling job so it's the pose.