It’s time. This is always our main social candid event of the week. The time when we bring out the big guns of the boobtastic self-published variety. When Tinsel Town ego meets Egotastic in one divine summarial roundup of the social media candids. It is hardly wavering, it is epically growing, I could not be a more pleased man. Flip through these photos and follow me into deep passion. I mean don’t follow me directly, wait like an hour please.
This week’s Sextastic Twitpic Roundup includes Kylie Jenner showing off her teenaged tubes, Olivia Munn cleavetastic with puppies, Tara Reid covering her barest of essentuals, Selena Gomez cleavage, Kendall Jenner in a bikini, and much much more. You owe it to the ghosts of the Chuck E. Cheese Inedible Pizza Bowl to check out each and every one of these wicked hot and revealing celebrity shared candids. Enjoy.
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It’s been a while since we’ve seen Tara Reid in candid bikini photos. I mean, where she’s standing, upright, apparently steady, and everything seems to be in working order. And while Tara Reid has taken her female form to hell and back, she’s looking rather fetching this weekend in Miami in her blue bikini.
Perhaps not as tight and nubile as her star making days, but considering she’s gone through a near full-Lindsay, she’s come out on the other side looking like a girl on the beach who would still garner you a slap from your girlfriend for checking out other ladies. That’s some threshold. Tara, nice to see your jugs back in play. Of course, while in your right senses, we would love to see more. Enjoy.
The Sharknado continues it’s path of shark-infested shark-path of shark-destruction right to a theater near you.
Yep.The fine folks over at Regal Cinemas decided that the millions of tweets, Facebook posts and rural smoke signals heralding the shark-storm hybrid film were enough of a boost for the big screen treatment. Regal Cinemas Chief Marketing Dude explains:
Sharknado has become a force of nature in its own right. This project transcends the original television platform and has created tremendous buzz. There’s just something epic about watching these huge beasts on the big screen with your friends and family. The crowd reactions will make for a memorable experience in our theaters.
Sure man, sure. In case you’ve been locked in a bathysphere all summer, Sharknado, a horror flick staring theatre legend Ian Ziering and Nobel Prize candidate Tara Reid aired on SyFy a few weeks ago and everyone literally shit themselves. Seriously, I’ve read reports. The confluence of obviously bad horror combined with 90s nostalgia was just too much to bear for some folks bowels.
Anyways, yeah, you’ll get to see it in theaters. For one night only. I’ve got papers if you’ve got weed.
Anyone out there talking about anything that happened on TV last night? Was there a TV movie of some kind about a storm of some kind populated by an ocean predator of some kind?
So, the internet shat itself last night over news of the television train wreck wrapped in a hurricane, wrapped in a bucketful of little tusnamis called Sharknado. With all that buzz, more people watched SyFy last night than the entire daytime population of Uruguay. That’s a fact. They tuned in to watch flash-in-the-pan 90210 master thespian Ian Ziering unironically play the most unintentionally ironic role of his life opposite the dad from Home Alone and fembot Tara Reid. What is the world of television coming to?
It’s coming to this: those of us that tuned in last night got to re-experience Team USA beating the Soviets in the 1980 Olympics, but with the magic of social media. We watched Neil walk on the moon again. We shared the majesty of a universal shared experience. We watched a character named ‘Fin’ cut in half an attacking shark with one swipe of a chainsaw.
It was profoundly and thoroughly mystical. Did you feel it, too?
‘What happens when a super storm sucks sharks out of the ocean and hurls them around land?’ ‘Ask the brilliant minds over at SyFy. ‘They all die? And the city has to clean up their lifeless out-of-water shark corpses?’ says Egotastic. Nope. A tornado! Full of sharks! Tornad-shark. Sharknado.
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It’d make a great trivia game to name all the objects Tara Reid has spilled over while hammered; start with the question, ‘Animal, Vegetable, or Mineral?’ and the answer, ‘Yes.’
In the latest battle of liquor legs versus the laws of physics, Tara Reid meets a parked motorcycle in the streets of St. Tropez. It’s hard to say who wins. It’s easy to see the loser.
See the video for yourself on TMZ. Tara Reid drunk and splattered over a motorcycle.
Tara Reid, TMZ