Baby showers are for poor people.

So I stumbled upon some blogs dissecting my favorite Suri’s Burn Book post and arguing that baby showers are not tacky and not just for the first born.  I think they are missing the greatest part of the blog and the post.  It’s the POV of Suri Cruise.  That makes it funny.  Bwahhahhha.

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surisburnbook:

Yesterday, Denise Richards threw a baby shower for her newly adopted daughter, Eloise. Which basically means she threw a shower for herself. She invited her friends to a hotel party with explicit instructions to bring a gift. For her third kid.

It’s so tacky I can barely breathe.

Say what you want about my mother, but that bitch has manners. She didn’t even have a shower. You know why? Because baby showers are for poor people.

 So far this is my favorite one.

Confession! I had a brief involvement with Cruz Beckham in the summer of 2010. I broke things off when his immaturity became too exhausting, but we’ve been able to remain close friends. I have nothing but happiness for him and the entire Beckham family at the birth of Harper Seven.
But can we talk about that name for a quick sec? “Harper” is reaching its saturation point in the A-list families. Neil Patrick Harris has a Harper, as does Tiffani Thiessen, if you consider her a celebrity. (We don’t.) And Seven? I graduated from pre-school, puppies. I know a number when I see one.

I know you probably are… but if you aren’t following Suri’s Burn Book, do yourself a favor. (via lizlemon)

New blog favorite.

I’m not really into horoscopes but I share a sign with a colleague who’s really into them so I get updates daily.  Here’s mine for today:

Even if you believe you have money to burn, handle your finances with prudence and caution.  Deal only with the realities at hand and don’t count on luck.

Did I mention we are finding out about our annual bonus today (if they exist…)

Guess I won’t make that reservation at Masa quite yet.

thedailywhat:

Sign Of The Times of the Day: “1st day back at work on the greatest show on tv!,” Joel McHale tweeted today.

This is the sign that greeted the cast upon their return to the set.

[@joelmchale.]

Reblogging because I heart Community.  And Joel McHale.  And because no matter how many movies Ken Jeong acts in (which is pretty much all new movies made), I will always call him Senor Chang.