OK, this is just surreal. I have Fashion Police on here at Mike's place, not really watching it, just glancing at the dresses from time to time, and my attention was caught when a line about "the president needs to be impeached" was inserted between two other lines of captioning. A bit later, in a commentary about Natalie Portman, I saw the line, "She is Al Gore."
Mind you, the captions continually refer to the dress as address, and called Kate Beckinsale something like indicate beck and sale, but still, what's with the political references? Did the participants say anything close to those things?
Really, really odd. Enough odd that I'm reluctant to mention it. Perhaps I should go take my temperature and lie down or something.
"would have previewed her in chocolate" (I suspect the word was "preferred.")
"Ellen from Gray's Anatomy" (a designer I don't know yet?)
And did they really call Camryn Mannheim "a full-grown dog"?
"Lude did I crust Ralph Lauren jacket with tweed occupants" (-- uh, sure, dude.)
Life with captions is sometimes life with nearly random captions.
Honour Your Inner Magpie
- bizarre captioning