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(Daily Mail)   Now we know what Walt Jr. does after breakfast   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 32
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2013-04-09 08:34:02 PM  
What magazine, the Ed Hardy catalog for Dillards?
 
2013-04-10 12:22:17 AM  

cambie: What magazine, the Ed Hardy catalog for Dillards?



It's for the new JC Penney catalog.
 
2013-04-10 12:28:47 AM  
From TFA: His hair is slicked back in a James Dean an Ace Ventura-style quiff

 
/and quiff??
 
2013-04-10 12:32:14 AM  
 
2013-04-10 12:39:10 AM  
I farking hate Walt Jr..  That foul-mouthed brat needs a few 5 knuckled attitude adjustments, not even accounting for the extreme punchability of his face.
 
2013-04-10 12:41:13 AM  
He prefers to be called 'Flynn', if you please.
 
2013-04-10 12:50:28 AM  
He lo-lo-looks just li-li-like Adam Lam-lam-lambert.
 
2013-04-10 12:55:45 AM  

gadian: I farking hate Walt Jr..  That foul-mouthed brat needs a few 5 knuckled attitude adjustments, not even accounting for the extreme punchability of his face.


i think that means he's a good actor.  or he's actually a doucheboat captain in real life, either way.
 
2013-04-10 01:00:47 AM  
 
2013-04-10 01:03:28 AM  
Am I the only one that had to look at the picture a few times to pick out the supposed make in that photo?
 
2013-04-10 01:27:54 AM  
Am I the only one who thinks we're in a really, really ugly phase as far as fashion goes? I'm usually pretty generous. I liked the entire decade of 1998-2008, for example. But giant baby pins as necklace pendants? And camo pants? Come the fark on. Both of these things have been around for, like, at least thirty years. I thought fashion was supposed to be innovative.
 
2013-04-10 01:29:44 AM  

shiate: gadian: I farking hate Walt Jr..  That foul-mouthed brat needs a few 5 knuckled attitude adjustments, not even accounting for the extreme punchability of his face.

i think that means he's a good actor.  or he's actually a doucheboat captain in real life, either way.


This. I once saw some interviews with the cast of The Wire, and it took me a good ten minutes to figure out how the rest of them could stand to be in the same room as Wood Harris (Avon Barksdale), talking civilly with him.

If an actor can make himself invisible behind his character - he's a good actor.
 
2013-04-10 01:33:39 AM  
Nice to see someone who hasn't covered themselves in douche-atoos.
 
2013-04-10 01:52:29 AM  

gadian: I farking hate Walt Jr..  That foul-mouthed brat needs a few 5 knuckled attitude adjustments, not even accounting for the extreme punchability of his face.


A punchable face is an asset in hollywood, you need between two and one hundred antagonists for every protagonist, depending on the show's format.
 
2013-04-10 02:41:25 AM  
I will never see a picture of him and not hear the voice of Jimmy from South Park.

/Also, he gon' die next "season"
 
2013-04-10 03:11:14 AM  
Almost looks like a meth type photoshoot
 
2013-04-10 03:18:56 AM  

farkplug: Am I the only one who thinks we're in a really, really ugly phase as far as fashion goes? I'm usually pretty generous. I liked the entire decade of 1998-2008, for example. But giant baby pins as necklace pendants? And camo pants? Come the fark on. Both of these things have been around for, like, at least thirty years. I thought fashion was supposed to be innovative.


Fashion cycles every 30 years. So it's time for the awesome fashions of the 80s to start appearing. I've actually been noticing a lot of neon lately.
 
2013-04-10 08:01:56 AM  
I'm confused...is this not about Disney's offspring/clone?
 
2013-04-10 08:56:24 AM  
Did he need any help getting into those jeans? Did Bryan Cranston show up to beat the crap out of the people mocking him while he was going to try them on?
 
2013-04-10 09:00:49 AM  

Phins: farkplug:

Am I the only one who thinks we're in a really, really ugly phase as far as fashion goes? I'm usually pretty generous. I liked the entire decade of 1998-2008, for example. But giant baby pins as necklace pendants? And camo pants? Come the fark on. Both of these things have been around for, like, at least thirty years. I thought fashion was supposed to be innovative.
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Fashion cycles every 30 years. So it's time for the awesome fashions of the 80s to start appearing. I've actually been noticing a lot of neon lately.

Is this true for every century, though? It's definitely true in the 20th. But it seems we've stalled on this 30 year cycle thing. 80s--yep. Even mullets are back, and lots of other 80s crap has been in a for a while--the stiletto pump, parachute pants that are loose but tie at the bottom and other pants that are higher waisted and taper at the bottom. Thin ties for young guys. I wish we'd go back to the 20s and 30s, if we must go back. I guess I'd say 65% of the popular fashion in the last thirty years has been retro and the rest, progressive. Before that, it seemed fashion was always progressive.
 
2013-04-10 09:06:44 AM  
Now we just have to find out who Walt Jr. is.
 
2013-04-10 09:09:44 AM  

farkplug: Am I the only one who thinks we're in a really, really ugly phase as far as fashion goes? I'm usually pretty generous. I liked the entire decade of 1998-2008, for example. But giant baby pins as necklace pendants? And camo pants? Come the fark on. Both of these things have been around for, like, at least thirty years. I thought fashion was supposed to be innovative.


Fashion's been pretty much stuck in a rut for the last twenty years; there really hasn't been anything new or innovative in a while.
 
2013-04-10 09:33:14 AM  

farkplug: It's definitely true in the 20th.


No it's not. If that were true, people in the 60s and 70s would have been dressing like the 30s and 40s. And people in the 40s would have dressed like they lived in the Edwardian era.

farkplug: Before that, it seemed fashion was always progressive.


Not really. Fashion has always been a variation on what's come before. The douche-bag "take a golf visor and wear it upsidedown and backwards" idiocy has its roots in the Medieval period, when it became fashionable to take a hood with a long tail, put your head into the face-hole, and use the long tail to tie the hood in place.

Here's the thing that changed in the last 50 years: teenagers and extended adolescence.
 
2013-04-10 11:23:42 AM  

t3knomanser:

Here's the thing that changed in the last 50 years: teenagers and extended adolescence.


I don't wanna grow up. I'm a Toys R Us kid.
 
2013-04-10 11:48:14 AM  

t3knomanser: extended adolescence.

 
2013-04-10 12:29:44 PM  
Remimds me of Joaquin Phoenix but without the cleft.
 
2013-04-10 01:00:33 PM  

farkplug: Am I the only one who thinks we're in a really, really ugly phase as far as fashion goes? I'm usually pretty generous. I liked the entire decade of 1998-2008, for example. But giant baby pins as necklace pendants? And camo pants? Come the fark on. Both of these things have been around for, like, at least thirty years. I thought fashion was supposed to be innovative.


You certainly aren't.  I think the need for "new" things has outpaced the need for things that don't look completely effing retarded.
 
2013-04-10 01:33:27 PM  
Wait, that is not the real story.  BRYAN CRANSTON is going to be in the new American Godzilla movie!

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Godzilla on Meth?
 
2013-04-10 01:48:57 PM  

gadian: That foul-mouthed brat needs a few 5 knuckled attitude adjustments


You want to give him a hand job?
 
2013-04-10 06:42:11 PM  
'It's art for a magazine not porn.'

Stop it!  Ok?  Just stop it!  So friggin' tired of celebrities calling everything they do 'art.'  It's not ART - it's a photoshoot!  That's it!  Stop trying to jazz it up to make yourself seem deep!  It would be equally artful if I flung my poop on a wall and called it "Heartbreak #2."

Just stop it please!
 
2013-04-10 11:42:40 PM  
Poor bastard. With just a few slightly different DNA strands he would be a really good looking (normal talking & walking) guy.
 
2013-04-12 02:01:10 AM  

twiztedjustin: Poor bastard. With just a few slightly different DNA strands he would be a really good looking (normal talking & walking) guy.


Cerebral palsy isn't genetic.  It occurs from loss of oxygen to the brain, most often during the birth process.  Talk about crappy luck.  But, if he didn't have CP, maybe he wouldn't have had such a successful career that led to him getting to honk boobs for a photo shoot.  Who knows?
 
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