Your favourite Barbie is back—this time with a man. Yes, real-life doll Valeria Lukyanova paired up with a real-life Ken wannabe. But instead of love at first sight; instead of swapping beauty tips, they reportedly sniped and bitched.
Seriously. You couldn't make it up. According to an article in the UK Sun, the 23-year-old model met up with Justin Jedlica, a 32-year-old man who has spent an estimated $110,000 on plastic surgery, at a New York photo shoot.
While the pair looked uncannily, perfectly plastic together, they were said to engage in catty criticism of each other's appearance.
“Much of her look is added make-up, fake hair and slimming corsets. Drag queens have put on the same illusions for years,” American Justin allegedly said of Valeria.
The Ukrainian then lashed back, saying “Justin said bad things about me but he had more than 90 operations, while I had only one ... He would do better not to comment on who is plastic and who is not. I think he is handsome man — but he overdid his lips.”
When photos of Valeria went viral, many couldn't believe she was a real person. But the model is tickled by the fact that she is compared to an inanimate piece of plastic.
“This pleases me because a doll is an image of an ideal woman. Nobody would mind to be compared with a doll.”
Er, maybe Mattel's idea of an ideal woman. Might just be me, but I kinda like looking homo sapien.
'Flu season is scary enough. When a baby is sick, as a parent you feel sick with worry. One mom had a gross revelation when she cracked open her infant's nasal bulb syringe:
According to this article in Huffington Post, the little device used to unblock your baby's congested nose was teeming with mold. Instead of helping the babe recover, the bulb might have been contributing to respiratory problems.
The photo went viral on Facebook after the Kentucky mom shared with the online community. Mitzi Johnson claims she was scrupulous about cleaning the bulb with "hot soapy water after each use." But the photos don't lie.
Consider this post and the health dangers of mold for young children.
Fans of the so-called nasal bulb: will you change your mind after seeing this mom's photos?
Ok, so even if we agree that all things Gangnam have suffered from overkill, this video will have you smiling.
According to an article in Today Moms, the latest YouTube sensation is a seven-month-old boy who could give Psy a run for his money maker.
Footage of the little guy busting moves was uploaded on 18 January, and has now racked up some million views. Not only can this wee man move with aplomb even before he can walk, he could probably teach many of us grownups a thing or two about how to groove.
Incredibly, he seems to be loving it as he moves to the beat, and gets the choreography down pat.
Prepare to relive go Gangnam all over again...