September 20, 2007

Fellow Blogger: Hotchickswithdouchebags.com

"Pictures of hot chicks with total and complete douchebags. With commentary." Not to toot my own horn, but I feel like I adequately covered this injustice here and here a long time ago. And let us not forget the wisdom contained within the elegant Ladder Theory. Still, the blog's author performs excellently at the unenviable job of wading through the hip-deep bog of douchebaggery to exploit these troglodytes and put an entertaining spin on a phenomenon which would absolutely cause me to put a pistol in my mouth and pull the trigger if I allowed myself to think about it very long. >> Hotchickswithdouchebags.com << P.S. The author's visit to the Better Off Dead house is highly recommended.

3 comments:

stexe said...

This site is new to me, but my girlfriend trish was introduced to it last year by chris ware, an aquaintance of hers. It makes sense he'd appreciate this. My personal favorite is "the rooster".
Sure the situation is depressing, but it's also important to remember that hot chicks generally aren't interesting. All their lives they've gotten loads of attention without having to do anything, leading to selfishness, vapidity, and slow wits. So of course they end up with these guys who don't make them feel too stupid. On the rare occasions when I get approached by a hot chick and start a conversation, I start getting a headache in about ten seconds. So don't let it get you down; The fantasy is always better than the reality. This recent satirical new yorker piece drives the point home:
http://www.newyorker.com/humor/2007/04/30/070430sh_shouts_simms

Anonymous said...

None of those chicks are "hot". They're pretty much the female douchebag equivalents. Being an adult, I learn to have my own taste, that may be different than what the media tells me what to find attractive. Those 14 year old's fantasy women.

Lance said...

I agree with both comments. The New Yorker article touches on something which I've noticed can transform an otherwise attractive woman into a swamp creature: if she talks with gangster slang punctuated with vulgarity, I'm out of there. Really, any indication that she's big into hip-hop culture is a bad sign in my book. And when I say hip-hip culture, I'm including Justin Timberlake in that group because he's been welcomed within it with open arms.