Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Thedomina, Aug 26, 2012.
Beth's latest LOOK AT ME! Photoshopped tweet
It's all about the animals, folks.
FYI, she tweeted this. No one, including NSAL, was asking for it.
Who's the blonde?
Oh my god where is Elias to point out every photoshop flaw? I can't wait. This one is full of them, even I can see that with my untrained eye.
Why the long face?
Nice stripper pumps.
Did Howard shop the spine from her back?
Nicely clone stamped flooring, Howard.
And what is that annoying font they use on these bullshit ads that nobody ever asked for, or will ever print. Anywhere.
It's really annoying and juvenile. Kind of like Comic Sans Serif, but worse.
I like the pink shoes and bent knee. It's a new look for her and I'm glad she's stretching her boundaries.
That being said, how stupid is EVERYTHING about this ad? FULLY DRESSED?? She's basically naked.
Some dude that's married to a brunette chick.
Either it's all really blurry and hazy, or I need more coffee.
This time "North Shore Animal League" is not anywhere on the photo, but they think the courier font will make us believe it's really an "ad." Although I can't imagine why NSAL wouldn't want anything to do with this Frederick's of Hollywood reject photo and a cat who clearly doesn't want to be there.
Are you fucking kidding me?
Face 'shopped beyond recognition - check
Background blurred into oblivion - check
Size 18 hooves - check
BethO's stock continues to plummet...
.. and as others have pointed out, the slogan makes absolutely no sense
She is such a puke
You know how sometimes you can see a really elegantly dressed woman who will wear one slutty cheap element, and somehow it just works because the woman has so much style she can pull it off? (Lou knows what I mean. )
Well, Beth can't. Those shoes look exactly like her. Cheap, classless, tasteless.
His posts are training me to look for the photoshopping and this one is full of fuck ups.
that makes no sense at all
This is what they do with their time. You know this pic was chosen from hundreds taken. And the English major spent hours spell checking the words.