What the Hell is “Armpit Vagina?”

J-Law didn’t win any awards last night, but she still won the red carpet competition:

Today’s word of the day is brought to you by none other than the beautiful Jennifer Lawrence.

OK, so technically, it’s two words, but you’re hardly going to worry about technicalities when you hear what the Golden Globe winner said during her red carpet interview with Giuliana Rancic at the 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards.

While flaunting her gorgeous sequin, strapless Dior gown, J.Law seemed to be a little distracted, by her figure. “I know I have armpit fat, it’s OK,” she tells E! News. “Armpit vaginas, it’s awful.”

And there you have it: Armpit vagina. Thanks, Jen.

I wish there were more non-toothpick actresses out there rockin’ their armpit fat.

This is an open thread because the AFC and NFC championships games will be played today. I don’t have a team left to root for so I am rooting for individual players. I will be cheering for Peyton Manning and Colin Kaeperdinkle because I would rather see a Niners/Broncos Superbowl than a Pats/Seahawks match-up.

If it’s Niners/Broncos or Seahawks/Broncos I’ll take Denver. If it’s Pats/Niners I’ll take San Francisco. If it’s Pats/Seahawks I probably won’t watch (unless there is food and beer involved of course).


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101 Responses to What the Hell is “Armpit Vagina?”

  1. The Klown says:

    BTW: If you have been following the news about Justin Bieber lately, I hope you will recall what I said about the warning signs when young stars self-destruct.

    • The Klown says:

      When celebrities have real drug and alcohol problems the first warning sign is when their performances and public appearances get erratic – showing up late, canceling, having meltdowns on stage. The second sign is when they stop working and never show up on television shows.

      Stage three is when the cops raid their house.

  2. The Klown says:

    Somebody has been smoking the reefer:

    On the cover of the latest Esquire magazine is this quote from ESPN host Keith Olbermann: “I’ve never fought the word genius when people have said that about me.” In a “What I’ve Learned interview, Olbermann added, “But what it is is instinct and a set of skills that are working so fast you don’t know they’re working.”

    Keith also declared “I have a leafy brain, according to the theory of the leafy brain. I associate things that many people never put together.” This sounds like someone’s brain on leaves…and a lighter.

    He is always the adult in the room, and there is no one dumber than television executives, who have just never figured out how the word genius applies to him: “Don’t assume that anybody above you actually knows what they’re doing. And if you find somebody who does, stick to them like glue. Because the further you go into your career, the more you will discover to your absolute horror that you are the adult.”

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  6. DeniseVB says:

    I love those before/after photoshop mag covers. JLaw actually looked better in the before.

  7. The Klown says:

    Today ain’t starting out auspiciously. The cat wakes me up way before the hairy buttcrack of dawn, wanting her breakfast. I get up and put some of that pricey cat-food that comes in the little itty-bitty cans on a plate for her and even nuke it to warm it up.

    She sniffed it and walked away.

  8. DeniseVB says:

    Found the SAG winners. Wow, The Butler did get a nom or two but didn’t win. Glad to see they’ve stopped worshipping 30 Rock too.


    • 1539days says:

      Lone Survivor won for … stunts.

      I blogged yesterday about how “Dallas Buyers Club” is total Oscar bait. Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto lost a bunch of weight and are doing a real story. Then again, Tom Hanks did the same and he always seem to win Academy Awards.

      • The Klown says:

        I thought Lone Survivor was a good movie. Not great, but good.

        It was intense. There were people crying as they left the theater.

        But if you see it, remember this: it’s a drama, not a documentary.

      • leslie says:

        I’m gonna see “Dallas Buyers Club” tomorrow afternoon (in honor of having the day off). I’ll see “American Hustle” today before the championship games. Last night we saw “12 Years a Slave”. So far, my fave is “Her”. Has anyone seen “Nebraska”? I looked at the movie schedule and can’t figure out why that film isn’t playing right now.

        • The Klown says:

          The only one of those I’ve seen is Hustle and I recommend it.

        • leslie says:

          Just saw “Hustle”. I recommend it as well. I thought the acting was better than “12 Years”. And the ensemble really was cohesive. Thank goodness for senior movie ticket prices. I’ll be able to see many of the films before the Oscars.
          BTW: no one had their cell phones out.

  9. The Klown says:

    I am eating an easy-peasy sleazy cheesy omelette with everything bad for your heart in it.

    I can hear my arteries hardening as I type.

  10. DeniseVB says:

    For those of us not invited to MO’s bash last night, here’s some highlights….


    Since we didn’t pay for it, guess there were no special party tents pitched on the lawn, so sounds like they trashed the entire first floor of the WH instead. In a way, we did pay for that, especially the cleaning crew probably up all night picking up after the party girl and her pals.

  11. foxyladi14 says:

    Her Highness!!! 😆

  12. DeniseVB says:

    Why do Lady Dems feel the need to embelish their biographies ? I do think Wendy Davis would be a better fit for DNC Chair than Texas Governor.


  13. The Klown says:

    I just ran to the story for game supplies (chips & dips). I gotta say, there are some women who should NOT wear yoga pants, but the young lady who was in front of me in line is definitely not one of them.

    God bless America!

    • 1539days says:

      Father Leonard remarked that, “In China, I was disallowed from performing public religious services due to the lack of religious freedom in China. I never imagined that when I returned home to the United States, that I would be forbidden from practicing my religious beliefs as I am called to do and would be forbidden from helping and serving my faith community.”

      That pretty much says it all.

  14. The Klown says:

    Ima gonna be takin’ off to watch football now.

    Y’all behave while I’m gone. If any trolls show up, keep em on ice until I get back.

    • trixta says:

      Great day to go to the garden center while everyone is watching the game. Still…I hope the 9ers prevail! If not, I’ll not have lost any time away from my usual weekend gardening — which happens, in this case, to be planning for this f#*king drought! Just spent a small fortune this past week replacing more than a dozen sprinkler heads with water-efficient ones. Plants I can lose, but losing any of the trees I planted these past few years would be maddening. Gov Brown — who is so busy trying to build a legacy for himself with the speed- train and delta-tunnel projects — and the rest of the bureaucrats act like they were blindsided by the drought. Unbelievable! Somewhere I read the dam in our area is mostly good for flood management, rather than for water-use management — which is why we’re so unprepared for this drought predicament.

      Anyway, I hope I’ll still catch the half-time show. The Chili Peppers should be interesting to watch. If I recall, they’re the band whose members (pun intended!) like to wear a sock over their respective private parts! But I’m sure they’ll be fully clothes for the 1/2-time show.

      Enjoy the game all!

      • trixta says:

        [i.e. fully clothed]

      • Constance says:

        I remember when Seattle had a drought, I had two little kids. I would fill the bath tub with about 4 inches of water, take my bath, then give the kids baths then dip the water out in buckets to water my trees. The kids seemed to think it was fun. All my tress did survive.

        • trixta says:

          Looks like you had a good method there, Constance. We’re shortening our showers even more and will use the express wash cycle for most of our laundry. Over the past years I’ve gotten rid of almost all of my grass and installed a drip system for my plants (which are pretty drought resistant anyway). BTW, the drip systems is absolutely awesome and worth every penny! When I installed it, I could see an immediate improvement in my plants. Alas, changing the sprinkler heads for even more efficient ones just had to be done. Fortunately the type of grass I have — an eco lawn — requires little water and NO MOWING!

        • Somebody says:

          Man I want a lawn that requires no mowing, what kind of grass is it?

          Although if it requires very little water it won’t do well in Florida we get a lot of rain. We’re always, always under water restrictions no matter how much rain we get it’s ridiculous. Well at least we little people have water restrictions, the golf courses, theme parks, and big land owners can use all the water they want.

        • The Klown says:

          Man I want a lawn that requires no mowing, what kind of grass is it?


  15. trixta says:

    Actually, Chili Peppers will play during Super Bowl not today! Jeeeeeze!!

    • trixta says:

      Somebody, here is the description and link for the type of lawn I have, which I think would also do well in your area. I happen to like this look for my cottage-style garden:

      “Eco-Lawn is a blend of carefully selected fine fescue grass seeds developed by Wildflower Farm. Eco-Lawn is a lawn grass that grows in full sun, part shade and even deep shade! Eco-Lawn is highly drought tolerant, once established, and has a beautiful green grass colour. Eco-Lawn requires less fertilizing and can be mown like a regular lawn or left un-mown for a free-flowing carpet effect.”


      • Somebody says:

        Nope fescue won’t grow here except in the winter. Florida summers are brutal and too hot for that type of grass.

        • trixta says:

          Darn! With all the genetic manipulations going on, I don’t see why they can’t make a very drought resistant, 4-5 inch lawn for the masses.

  16. Somebody says:

    Anybody watching the 49er’s vs Seahawks think the feed is screwy?

    We have direct TV and the feed seems to have a stutter or something it’s very odd. I was wondering if it’s just the relay to the east coast or if those of you on the west coast are seeing the same thing?

    • Somebody says:

      OK it’s more than a stutter at times it’s like the play is in slow motion then it picks up to normal speed or it briefly stops and then fast forwards.

      HELLO out there is anybody else having this issue? If this the Fox feed or is this direct TV or what?

      I swear I think I’m going to get motion sickness from the plays being slow, fast, freeze, fast, slow……who the hell knows

      • Somebody says:

        I switched over to the neighborhood cable and I’m still getting the same crappy feed. I went on the internet and it seems I’m the only person in the greater Jacksonville area complaining about the feed, for that matter the only person in the nation. So what this stutter/restart issue is magically only at my house??? Figures, oh well I guess I’ll go find some dramamine and keep watching or maybe I’ll start drinking and then I won’t notice.

        • trixta says:

          Stuttering cable feed sucks! Lately, my satellite feed seems to hiccup at about 10:30pm.

        • Somebody says:

          They fixed the feed with two minutes left in the first half. I don’t know if the issue was with direct TV or with the network feed to the east coast???

          All I know is it was really annoying, especially when it would sort of freeze and then leap forward so you missed part of the play. I remember one play where a player was up in the air about to catch a ball and then stutter and the feed picks up when he’s 5 yards out of bounds……What happened? Did he catch it? Luckily they showed a replay of that catch, but that’s how pretty much the entire first half of the game was for me.

          If it wasn’t that then they’d line up and go in super slow motion as they snapped the ball and then all of the sudden they moved at warp speed. It was like the game was suppose to be at 45rpm, but the network would play it at 33rpm then go oh crap and throw it onto 78rpm then briefly it would go to 45 and then back to 33.

        • The Klown says:

          I thought it was the Jim Beam Devil’s Cut I was sippin’

        • Somebody says:

          So it wasn’t just me? You had issues too? Or are you pulling my leg?

        • The Klown says:

          I have more issues than Reader’s Digest.

    • We didn’t have any problems with broadband cable here in Indy.

      • trixta says:

        “If it wasn’t that then they’d line up and go in super slow motion as they snapped the ball and then all of the sudden they moved at warp speed.”

        Sounds like a bad version of the movie “300”:

  17. Constance says:

    I kind of wish I could watch the Seahawk’s game (although I’m not a pro sports fan) but because they have lost every game I have ever watched they won’t let me in the football viewing sanctuary. Maybe I will sneak out to a bar.

  18. DeniseVB says:

    Last I checked Denver-SF for the Super Bowl ?

  19. Somebody says:

    OMG it doesn’t look good for Bowman. I thought they’d never stop showing replays of his leg. I hate to see anybody hurt.

    BTW the officials suck in this game, but SF also seems to be their own worse enemy.

    • 49erDweet says:

      Your opinion of the referring is apparently shared by a bunch of people…..some of whom don’t live in California.

      Referees at NFC championship game should say a big thank you to Richard Sherman for changing the post game conversation.— David Renner (@DavidRenner7) January 20, 2014

  20. trixta says:

    Alrighty then…guess it wasn’t meant to be for the 9ners. Better luck next time boyz.

  21. trixta says:

    Have to review up thread if Klown will be watching the Super Bowl match up between these last standing teams. My head spun from all of his listed contingencies…

    • Somebody says:

      It’s the superbowl, he’ll watch it.

      • trixta says:

        Yeah. It would be anti-climactic to stop watching now. Anyway, what would be the alternative to not watching the final game for someone whose been following the entire season? Now for a superficial sports tourist like me, I could think of a number of things to do besides watching the SB. But, as I said before, if I get my new TV by then (it’s supposed to arrive on the 24th) I’ll watch the game.

    • I wasn’t happy with any of the four finalists. Now that it’s over, my only hope is that Peyton Manning’s old ass somehow manages to put down the Shermans of the NFL and do it with class. Understand that it’s a distant hope.

      • 49erDweet says:

        Seahawks have shown they can be beat anywhere but Seattle. I’m pulling for Manning. Class rocks!
        Btw, those refs sucked …… but they all do these days. Apparently defensive player in white jerseys have stricter standards than defensive players in blue jerseys, but who knew?

  22. 49erDweet says:

    Y’all might of seen this, but I hadn’t till now:

    per Greta Van Susteren:

    “In the early days after Benghazi, the State Department omitted only Fox News Channel from its conference call to all the media when it claimed to be answering questions about Benghazi for the media. Our friends in other media outlets were scandalized that Fox was not included and told us all about it. They were suspicious of State Department forgetting us/Fox and courageous to tip us off. The State Department claimed it was accident and not intentional.

    And then shortly thereafter, there was the CIA briefing about Benghazi at the CIA for all the networks – except one: Fox News Channel. The CIA would not let Fox News Channel attend. […]

    And there were many times in the months and years since September 2012 when Obama Administration officials would make comments to suggest that Fox was just doing the Benghazi reporting for political reasons. The Administration was doing what it could to deter and demean the Fox News Channel investigation. They did not want to give us the facts — so their strategy was to attempt to belittle and demean our reporting.”

    In my book any media representatives attending a “news briefing” who knows another competitor has been excluded needs to fully cover that fact in their subsequent story, or else resign and join an honest, legitimate public relations firm.

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