Fug Tok


This is cracking me up:

In part because there’s something sort of period piece about the cape, and I spent much of the long weekend catching up on The White Queen, which is like The Tudors on a third of the budget (albeit entertainingly — you know I love stories of Olden Times, and this one also has witchcraft and Janet McTeer along with its quasi-soft-core porn) and therefore I keep imagine her popping up in a variety of historical pieces in a cracked-out cameo, looking like someone who got lost on her way to Medieval Times.

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Comments (27):

  1. Sajorina
    +9

    Why did I have to blow up the picture? There’s an unfortunate, although not surprising, amount of cameltoe that now I can’t unsee! Look into PANTS, woman! FUG!

    •  Gypsy Danger
      +3

      Focus on the face. At least her face looks good.

      •  Rachel
        0

        But does it? That’s a LOT of black eye makeup.

        •  HelenBackAgain
          +4

          I think she’s pulling off the raccoon eye. With such strong bone structure to balance it, it isn’t taking over her whole face. It’s very, very rock-star; I probably wouldn’t like it on anyone else. But on her, here… it is not making me want to wash her.

    • stephasaurus
      +1

      wow. can’t believe i blew it up only after i read that comment. but that may officially cross the line from cameltoe to front butt.

  2. cdd
    +3

    they clearly had no makeup budget on White Queen. I binge watched it a couple weeks ago and was SHOCKED that they did virtually nothing to age the actors even though the first season spans about 20 years! wtf BBC?!

  3. Sandra
    +1

    Even the Macbeth witches can do better than this.

    The Beeb didn’t actually make The White Queen themselves, but they should know better than to encourage this kind of schlock by buying and airing it.

  4. Samantha
    +2

    Isn’t this exactly what stevie nicks would wear? but… with pants?

  5. cd
    0

    Remind me of Madonna superbowl outfit.

  6. deee
    0

    I saw the word Tok and got all excited because I thought the post was about the lovely Toks Olagundoye from The Neighbors.

    Oh well. Truly a scroll down fug for me.

  7. Carol
    +3

    She better avoid the Klingon home planet wearing this get-up.

  8. julyol1972
    +6

    Her above neck area has been looking much better of late. The hair even looks washed, kinda, sorta! So, I’ve decided to keep looking there instead of scrolling down.

    Besides, it’s lunch time, and I’m eating. So, there’s that!

  9. zenimbecile
    +5

    Renaissance Fair trapeze artist.

  10.  TaraMisu
    +2

    She looks washed, so there’s that.

  11. t.o.
    +1

    so.tiresome.

  12.  Vandalfan
    +1

    Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey just lost a high wire performer. And that cape seems to have a tiger fur lining (or possibly Napoleon Dynamite’s Liger from southern Idaho) and she really should learn how to pose to show THAT off to full potential.

  13.  Elbyem
    +1

    The cape appears to have meaningless grommets – and they just irrationally annoy me somehow.

  14. Lily1214
    0

    sigh . . .

  15. stephasaurus
    0

    um. yeah. even that leotard is trying to hide in shame from the fact that its involved with this train wreck of a costume. and apparently its pretty roomy in her, crotch, so maybe her pants are hiding up there too?

  16. CeCe
    0

    Is this Kesha? I can’t tell. Anyway, too much black eyeliner for my liking. I also don’t like the outfit. I do like the hair and her face though. The White Queen is pretty entertaining, but I agree with the witchcraft and softcore porn. I feel alot of these cable shows are really nothing more than softcore porn and not enough substance with acting, writing, etc. Sad.

  17. Rima
    +2

    And speaking of Janet McTeer, Jessica: When she was 13, my step-daughter saw Janet McTeer in “A Doll’s House” on stage, and wrote Janet a fan letter. (Real letter, 1997.) Janet wrote back, and invited her backstage for tea. And so tea ensued. My step-daughter floated home.