Thursday, October 1, 2009

This looks exhausting.


This is brunch? It looks exhausting.



Let's notice the toe ring here.

Witness it HERE.

23 comments:

Anonymous said...

Did anyone else notice the complete lack of food at this brunch? I want pancakes, not toe-ringed cleavage.

Anonymous said...

It looks like that chick is smelling her armpit.

Lisa said...

A few things immediately come to mind:
-icky smelly
-petri dish
-self-loathing

Anonymous said...

Oh please. If there was a big screen with football on anywhere in the restaurant, this could be a game-watching party.

If I changed the captions to say "Ole Miss [frat] and [sorority]'s annual game watching party at [upscale restaurant] gets out of hand," the pictures suddenly look different, don't they?

Sorry, irritated by the "We're sooooo special and rich, we drink starting at *gasp* 11 in the MORNING!" vibe I got from the pictures/whatever this was.

Anonymous said...

It makes me feel 675 years old.

Jules said...

There are two things that I can not abide, and they are french pedicures and toe rings. Thank God I didn't have to look at both on the same foot.

I agree with Anon. I feel very old, but in a good way.

amymezzell said...

Oh God. I wish I didn't get the Ole Miss stereotype reference. I'm glad I'm not the only one who feels that way about those skanks.

Christina said...

Girls do look skanky, and guys look gay.

The whole thing makes my skin crawl...just a bunch of dummies bouncing around with booze and fake tans.

Ugh.

Not sure why I am so positive that I'm not lame like them...but dang, I'm not. :):):)

Anonymous said...

I'm proud to say that I have reached an age where I don't care to hang out with people who wear toe rings...come to think of it, I don't think toe rings were acceptable to me at any age.

Anonymous said...

I keep wondering how these girls got gazelle legs and I got these short, stumpy things. Is it some rule that girls who party like this must in some way resemble pray animals of the Serengeti?

Anonymous said...

Didn't you post the article that went with this photo set earlier in the year? The Brunch at Bagatelles and sparklers seems familiar.

David & Becky said...

Is that James Franco in the first pic?

Decorno said...

I did. I think in March when the NY Times wrote a story about it. And it seems that they just posted this new slide show about it. Why does the Times think this is worth covering? I love the Grey Lady, but I hate it when she covers any "scene".

Nini said...

so they get dressed up as if its a night out at nice club or bar but for brunch... these people are obviously losers because who gets up before 2pm on the weekends?

The last time I got up in time for brunch was when I fell asleep on the floor in my friend's condo because it was so late and I was too lazy to move. hahaha, luckily I haven't done that in a long time. But if I did wake up for brunch, I expect some damn good food, not sparklers.

The Matters of Style Girls said...

Haha, I saw that the other day and had the same thoughts!

Holly said...

I must be old: I don't want to go anywhere where my shoes get glued to the floor by spilled booze.

Lolo said...

Pass on the toe ring but I do like the shoe. I would have gone to a brunch like that, once upon a time but now I want food with my booze. Topped off with a nap.

Anonymous said...

I admire the photographer's instinct: to profile these kids by showing a single foot. It tells me all I need to know about them.

Suzanne in Mtl said...

I want that toe nail polish and that shoe but I'll be wearing them lounging by the pool, not in a restaurant at "brunch". Is it me or do these pics look like the slow students' prom?

Anonymous said...

Money can't buy taste...once a skank, always a skank.

DianaObando said...

Hilarious! :)
Bacanal disfrazada de Brunch???... It sure is!...

Anonymous said...

I think I saw Miss Trump... am I right?

Anonymous said...

It's just all wrong. Yuck.