a WTF coffee table trilogy: item two

April 13, 2009 at 1:01 pm 1 comment

last night i walked into the guest room and caught the february issue of the boca observer in my periphery.  “what’s jamie from top chef doing on the cover of the boca observer?” i wondered, after i’d decided that despite my initial suspicions the boca observer is likely a real magazine.  i assumed jamie had a restaurant in boca or one of its neighboring geriatric playgrounds.  curious, i walked over to the magazine and picked it up for a quick skim and, well, it turns out jamie from top chef is not actually on the cover of the boca observer.  it’s friggin dj tanner.  seriously.  on a magazine cover.  and it’s not nineteen ninety-two.


what was the deal with candice cameron again?  i can’t remember.  is she batshit crazy or is that completely something i made up?  someone needs to put a chart together that points candice and kirk cameron, tracey gold and jodie sweetin to their respective less-than-stellar post-sitcom presents.  just for moments like these.

pee ess: dj kinda looks like my friend sandypants.  and yes, i have a friend named sandypants.  and yes, she only drinks alcohol if it’s chilled patron silver.  that’s how sandypants rolls.  what of it?


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  • 1. a WTF coffee table trilogy: item three « the IMPOSIUM  |  April 14, 2009 at 7:36 am

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