Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by thegroovologist, Feb 25, 2016.
'I love the smell of n̶a̶p̶a̶l̶m̶ cats in the morning.'
I wish that woman would just go ahead and fuck herself already.
Vapid wife, vapid life.
The Wonk is strong in the first picture. She can read around a tree with those eyes.
Consuela mast have gotten a 32 GB phone for this shoot.
Enough with the pics of the fukin cats already...we get it!!!
She'll never stop >>> 253k followers on Instagram....apparently they love it.
She spill coke on the cats heads?
Every single cat wants to get the fuck away from her stat.
BTW, I love the smell of pussy in the morning.
Yeah but then she'll have no job.
Is she just using a really shitty camera, or is there some filter in place to hide any imperfections?
That number has to be rigged?!!!!
My prediction: Beth will overtake the Stern Show in Instagram followers this year. (They're at 318k.) Most Stern Show images get about 2,500 likes on average, with the occasional 4,000 or even 6,000 likes when it's something really special. (Beet appears on the show; Crackhead Bob dies; happy anniversary to Private Parts the movie ...)
Beth can get over 9,000 likes on a single kitten photo on any given day. In the past two days alone, she's broken 10,000 likes multiple times. The Stern Show hasn't done it once the entire time their account has been up.
Fake followers or not, they're far more passionate (and can't be any dumber) than Howard's Instagram fans.
Never underestimate the power of cat pics on the internet.
You cold pose Beet with cats in every photo and you'd get the same number of likes/followers (maybe more...'cause Beet).
I'm beginning to think Howard has a plan. Her pictures get crazier every day, he can use this as proof that she is nuts, have her locked up and be a free man
bethosternLittle nugget Cashew #ilovekittensmell
She's got the "Polish bumps" all over her face.
"Why Do Babies Smell So Good?
The science behind what makes infants irresistible
If you’ve ever been seized by the urge to press your nose against a newborn’s head and take long, deep sniffs, hey, we hear you. The slightly sweet smell of an infant is one of the most wonderful scents in the world. It’s so appealing, the fragrance brand Demeter even recently released a “new baby”-scented perfume, and cosmetics brands always use “baby fresh” to describe mild, pleasing fragrances.
The universal appeal of new-baby smell begs the question: What exactly causes it? Turns out, no one knows. “One theory is that it comes from chemicals secreted from a baby’s sweat glands,” says George Preti, Ph.D., an analytical chemist at the Monell Chemical Senses Center in Philadelphia. Since it only lasts a few weeks, it could be influenced by the baby’s metabolism, which changes when infants begin eating and drinking and no longer get their sustenance through a cord attached to their mom.
Another possibility: It stems from the whitish, waxy gunk (vernix caseosa) that coats the skin of a newborn who has just left the birth canal and made his entry into the world. It’s usually washed off immediately, but the odor might linger on the skin, says Preti.
Whatever the cause, it appears to be all part of nature’s clever plan to make us instantly fall in love with these needy, totally dependent creatures. “The scent helps mothers recognize and bond with their offspring,” says Preti. “Research shows that when a mother smells her baby, the pleasure center of her brain lights up.” Translation: Mother Nature wants mom to feel a sense of reward when she spends time with her bambino.
New-baby smell isn't the only way evolution has primed us to want to love and nurture babies. “Big eyes, a rosy glow, rolls of fat—our brains are hard-wired to recognize these features as appealing, compelling us to become attached to newborns and want to help them survive,” says Helen Fisher, Ph.D., a biological anthropologist and professor at Rutgers University in New Jersey.
“A human baby is extremely vulnerable, and if we didn’t adapt to find them irresistible, we wouldn’t feel a pull to take care of them and they would die—and soon humans would die out, too.” Who knew a baby's scent (and its other appealing characteristics) were so integral to human survival?"
Make a note, all of those kittens have eyes. Bet in the next round of instagrams, bet one of them gets accidentally injured.