Monday, March 26, 2007

Seriously? Phillip Glass??




[edit] For Faith (and anyone else wondering):
Rebecca Loos is some Spanish model who was David Beckham's personal assistant, claimed to be his "alternate wife", then came out as a bisexual, then a full-on lesbian (she claims to be able to turn any heterosexual woman lesbian), but is currently dating a MALE rugby player--in other words, she's a nut job.

Diane Kruger is a lithesome German actress who played Helen in the Brad Pitt epic "Troy" and starred with Nicolas Cage in "National Treasure." Frankly, I'm flattered by the 62%, but I chalk it up to my German heritage.

Amanda Seyfried played the dead friend, Lily, on "Veronica Mars." She was also in "Mean Girls", "Big Love," and countless other things. She is, coincidentally, from Allentown, Pennsylvania, which is close enough to call her a home town girl.

I think Diane Keaton, Bridget Fonda, Arthur Rimbaud and Sylvia Plath speak for themselves.

5 comments:

Faith said...

Cool! I love that you're in with Sylvia and Arthur Rimbaud. I have to say though -- I have no idea who half of those celebs are!?

And really...Philip Glass? I wonder how they got that?

MonkeyGurrrrrl said...

Hey - they were way nicer to you than the were to WMG - http://monkeygurlknits.blogspot.com/search?q=myheritage

HOWARD DEAN?! SERIOUSLY?!?!!

miss kendra said...

i can see it in the mouthal area a little.

a very little.

you are much sexier than philip glass. :)

The Roy said...

I waited because I couldn't think of a fitting response on my way out the door this morning, but back when the entry was just the title and the picture, I found it indescribably funny.

Maybe it's the fact that I think Philip Glass is fairly awesome. I don't know if he's considered lame out on the west coast or something.

Sylvia Plath and Arthur Rimbaud certainly used to speak for themselves.

You're German?

Faith said...

Thanks for the footnotes! Those were the ones I was having trouble with. I am pretty familiar with the rest.