Now, for those of you who are wondering, these gals define "fugly" as
"Fugly, however, is a self-inflicted state, and no one seems to excel at dwelling in the depths of fug quite like pretty people with money to spare and little sense of how to spend it. Celebrities are always skipping around in public wearing things that are phenomenally perplexing; as these red-carpet dwellers are often considered trendsetters or bastions of Hip Present and Hip Future, we like to take them to task for careless choices. (Of particular concern: whomever got little girls thinking that miniskirts andUgg boots were a stellar combination.)"
See? Don't we always ask ourselves how someone so pretty could spend so much money to look so hideously ugly? Do celebs want to just prove that they are so rich and famous, they can get away with anything? I mean, how else can you explain this:
I know, I can feel Apple stock plummeting as Justin Long tries to maintain his cool Mac persona next to those stockings.
What I love best about this site is the fact that Heather and Jessica never, ever poke fun at people for things that they cannot change--like cankles or body shape (unless they have done some surgical altering--then it's totally fair game). They are totally cracking on things like crazy shoes, spray tans, and leggings worn as pants. So, it's just a whole lotta fun and never mean-spirited.
Go and look. Then you will bookmark. Then you will check in twelve times a day because my girls update often. You're welcome.
Oh . . . . and I cannot end my post without a little, tiny teaser. Katie has got something really, really cool that she will be telling you about soon. So check back in . . . twelve times a day if you want . . . it's that good.