Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Morrisb, Mar 12, 2014.
God she's grotesque. Did Industrial Light & Magic engineer this cover?
Lena aside, what is with these young girls tatting themselves up? I understand a discreet tattoo or even two, but not all over your arms. Disgusting.
Is she a Buchwald client? The amount of publicity for a dumpy fat chick from a show no one watches is truly astounding.
How fitting, her tat is a cow eating!
Good question and would certainly explain the BD Bash appearance.
Gutter pig. She's the slut you see at last call, order a double jack with a beer back, and grit your teeth...
she has no lips
I hate this fucking pig...When will she just fuck off and go away
I'm ugly and I know ugly.
That's an ugly girl.
Note to all the ladies out there: ... if you're fat and your skin is pasty-white, it is never a good idea to highlight this by installing several ugly, large tattoos on said pasty-white skin .... It would be more prudent to install a treadmill on your feet, and a locking device over your mouth..
That magazine cover is hilarious! She's really trying, God bless her poor overworked heart. She's trying her hardest. They might as well have used the toilet cake picture for all the difference it makes. Revolting.
I think I got a lap dance from her last month.
...shes so confused she cant decide if she wants to be a feminine woman or a dump fat pig sitting on a toilet eating a cake. she really excelled at the latter.
I saw a couple pics of her when she was younger and thinner and she looked kinda ok....to all the young men with chicks in their early 20s, never forget that The Cow lurks within.
EDIT: just read on the internet that she is 27, Christ. I made her for 38.
In honor of her making the cover of this prestigious magazine, i will address Ms. Dunham in her native tongue: "Oink, oink. Oink. Sooooooey. Pig. pig. pig. Oink. Oink."
I think she has to be--and the whole Stern/frumpy feud/apology bullshit that was manufactured for her benefit and Buchwald's.
I hate this hipster generation with a passion. Don't mistake controversy for talent, folks.