UPDATE: Our Funniest Hate E-Mail

From: Molly Munroe
Subject: You’re a creeper

Message Body:
I came across this blog after watching Julia’s new show, which I love. You on the other hand are a disturbing individual. You actually spend your time writing horrific information about another human being? You are a creeper. Yuck. May god have mercy on your soul. That is, if you have one. Did you sell it to the devil?

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From: Samantha Lamarca
Subject: Stalker….

Message Body:
I find it absolutely hilarious that you sit here calling Julia a stalker, meanwhile, you have dedicated an ENTIRE website to bashing her. If anyone is the stalker it is you, my friend. You have serious psychological issues, and need to find some major help to find whatever humanity that remains in your body. Find a life that DOESN’T involve tearing someone down who is more successful than you are.

From: No
Subject: Really??

Message Body:
I am not writing this to defend Julia. I did recently start watching Miss Advised, but am not writing because I love the show and love Julia. I am simply writing because no one deserves this. What on earth could have possibly gone so wrong in your life that you need to take out your anger on another person? This world is so full of people saying disgusting things about other people, but why? Why is it important that you do this? Why does it matter if she did some things that you disagree with? Why do you need to continually rehash these things for the world to see? What could you possibly have to gain by that? Why don’t you take the time you spend here and use it to do something useful with your life.

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489 Responses to UPDATE: Our Funniest Hate E-Mail

  1. ShesJustStupid says:

    I love all idiots Donkey has defending her. She has finally found her peer group. I thought the grifter/scammer set might have been her level, but she found one lower.

    • The Missing Davos Report says:

      Respectfully disagree, SJS. Articulate or not, so many of us in the basement here were once Julia fans / defenders.

    • CDB says:

      I have been rung/wrung/ringed in a major way! So blessed

  2. Celisse says:

    Doesn’t Julia love using those fake names with the same initials? Double M in Molly Munroe seems familiar.

  3. mule on rouge says:

    My favorite part is “horrific information”. You probably shoulda gone with something like “horrific rumors”, Molly, you big pile of stupid.

  4. KashMoney says:

    only julia would refer to it as “julia’s show”.

    • Malformed Face (Like a Bloated Deli Ham Left in a Hot Mercedes C Class) says:

      It’s her for sure.

      How sad. Maybe Donkey is stunned silence/drops phone that only three (LOL THREE!) people came here to defend her… of course, none of them knew her or could contradict anything here.

      • melting marionette says:

        one person – posting three times under different aliases.

        that’s my theory anyway, and i’m sticking to it.

    • fig says:

      Especially Julia’s *new* show. She has to be the only one left who still believes the show is the beginning of something and not the sad fremdschämen olympic event that will end all her hopes of ever being taken seriously or make her money as an influencer. This is the end, my friend.

  5. Donkeycam now! (MSc) says:

    “You on the other hand are a disturbing individual.”?? Next time, don’t be afraid to use commas: “You, on the other hand, are a disturbing individual”. See? Much better.

    And, what’s up with “actually” and the question mark at the end? Is that a question or an assertion? Next time, just drop the question mark. It only confuses things.

    Also, “god” should be capitalized, and, last but not least, you should have broken that message into, at least, three paragraphs. Believe me, no-one wants to read one big block of text.

    Now that we got the most obvious grammar mistakes out of the way, what were you saying again?

    • fig says:

      Totally OT, but this made me look up a grammar rule in German about capitalization of pronouns in letters. I was very confused about it after we had a huge grammar and spelling reform. Thank you!

  6. CUNTBunnies! says:



    • Malformed Face (Like a Bloated Deli Ham Left in a Hot Mercedes C Class) says:

      YOU’RE THE BEST!!!!!!!!!

    • ineffably protracted cankle says:

      i missed the cat the first time i saw this.

      thank you. that is all.

  7. Queen Neferteeri says:

    Can a guy ever go out with her and NOT become impotent for at least a while afterward?

  8. JFA says:

    I love how they think their arguments are so witty and original. We’ve never heard that one before!!! (hangs head in shame)

  9. pearipathetic donkey says:

    Genuinely curious, does the devil pay Fuck You money for souls?

  10. Can-Swiss says:

    It all comes back to what Greg thinks doesn’t it?

    • virgil reid says:

      i was sitting in heavy traffic and someone cut in front of me and i actually said out loud, “GOOD GREG”.


        I was getting out of the swimming pool the other day when a severe leg spasm ’bout took me down — luckily, my friend was johnny on the spot & kept me from doing a face plant — when she asked (btw, I’m paraphrasing to the best of my recollection): “WTH?”, I responded with: “My back leg feels like there’s a joint in my shin that wants to buckle.” & she says: “WHAT???” & said: “I know, it’s weird, but seriously, my back leg is fucking with me.” & then, when she said: “YOU are fucking with ME! Your BACK leg??”

        … then I had an ‘uhm, er, oops, omgreg, how fuck’ realization & told her it was the beer talking.

        • Handbag Cohen Stuffed With Hair says:

          Yesterday after catching up on comments here I texted Mr. Handbag and said, “Albie Quirky’s huscat refers to Annie Lalla as the pompatus of love.” He wrote back, “Niiiice,” and then I realized he knew what every single one of those words meant. The poor man — he used to be so normal and dignified.

          • Dr. Fraud, MD says:

            Yes. And some people call him “Maurice.”

          • Albie Quirky says:

            We were at a cookout last night where we and our host were the only people there who had been born in the US, and my huscat started telling the story of this show. I could see the other guests starting to wonder if it was too late to go back to their homelands.

          • Prof. F Camping says:

            @Albie: Julie Albertson McCain, immigration policy reformer since 4-eva.

        • SchemeyNutButter says:

          my back leg … love it

          • Never mind that it’s taking on a life of its own — hours later, we were all talking about something entirely different & I said: “I can’t stand XYZ” — one of the guys said: “Sure ya can … just use your kickstand” so I’m all “Huh??” & he says: “You know, your BACK leg!”

            I laughed like a loon & consequently, he thinks he’s funnier than he actually is.

          • Frequent Liar Miles says:

            Next time, lean back like Nefertiti and let him EARN your laughter.

  11. stalker is the new fat says:

    It’s obviously someone who doesn’t want to use the word stalker; hi Julia!

  12. Sacred Scrapbooks Picture Consultant says:


  13. worried4theworld says:

    Seriously, you guys are very sad. I feel bad for all of you. Who wastes their time STALKING people. Nobody cares what you guys think about Julia or anybody. Sorry your lives are so boring.

    • Scooby Don't says:

      Don’t be so hard on yourself. I’m sure you’re not a nobody.
      Oh and get it right….we’re just jealous and fat too.

    • Nobody here cares about your life being so boring that you insist on trying to micromanage the boring lives of others.

      Alex, I’d like to buy a Question Mark 4theworld, please.

    • Malformed Face (Like a Bloated Deli Ham Left in a Hot Mercedes C Class) says:


      And really? This is how you express worry for the world? Poor thing.

    • Pink Palatian says:

      Ahem. Perhaps you should look here for a remedial course on who the stalker is in this little drama.

      Nothing anyone does or says on this site/sight/cite (MMBH!) is illegal in the slightest, whereas Juliar has been skirting the law on many, many things for years. The only reason she’s gotten away with it this long has a lot to do with her father being an attorney. Plagiarism, stalking, coercion, bullying, blackmailing, lying for financial gain, you name it: Juliar has done it.

    • LEFOOLIEH says:

      Please tell me how it’s possible to stalk someone who’s SO BRAVE by just putting it all out there! (and surprisingly only defensive or even remotely giving a shit when the response is negative)

      Please tell me how Julie (had you not been a white knight fail) would be all “even by a very liberal definition of stalking, you’d have a hard time proving this in court” just like she told the ex she LITERALLY STALKED (at his workplace, on the phone, by email). Well done White Knight-sy, well done!

      Please tell me why you’re so concerned about how TOTAL STRANGERS choose to utilize their time. It was 5 minutes ago, no1currs! Worrisome and strange.

      Please also tell me how no1curr when this site continuously pops up in the very little press this sadsack of a show is barely generating and ends up being a reference point to confirm that she is indeed cuh-razy and the comment threads are MILES long to the point of being unable to keep up.

      Please tell me why you aren’t issuing this same OMGscreed to the Dr. Frankenstein of the monster, Gawker and Nick Denton. Oh, right, because despite the fact that they created/encouraged her for years (looking for a way bigger payday/payout of the fuck you money sort, no doubt) she was a FAIL. Don’t h8 on the parsing, I’m sure Julia will meet you for coffee so you can see how so. nice. she is. Then ignore you forever unless you can give her free shit, or something. Enjoy that, you’re TOTALLY her biggest fan and she LOVES you! LAWL

      Also, Julia GWURL get some sleep. Or keep feeding your few sympathizers on twitter. That should keep you busy and away from reading RBD for point on which to defend yourself on twitter/your next Bravo blog and otherwise googling yourself to what is clearly STUNNED SILENCE.

      • Albie Quirky says:

        For “stalking” read “reading Julie Albertson’s public postings” throughout.

    • mule on rouge says:

      Are you aware that there is an entire industry devoted to recording and reporting everything that “celebrities” say, do, and wear? Or that gossip and schadenfreude have existed since the dawn of mankind? I’m guessing it’s biology. But feel free to spend all your spare time trying to change human nature. At least that will keep you out of the gene pool!

      • LEFOOLIEH says:

        What is this odd thing they call a tabloid? Or Page Six, which was so delicately and sadly mentioned to reconnect Pancakes McGee with a donkey, and lit’rally JUST aired a few days ago. Oh. Someone should tell them to stop all that mess that they’re doing!

    • melting marionette says:

      w – w. double consonant name again. and it’s the upside-down letter “m”.

    • juliaspublicist cried his rhinestone off juliaspublicist says:

      “Who wastes their time STALKING people. ”

      Um. . . the very person you are defending?

  14. SchadenfreudianSlip says:

    Just once, can we get a White Knight to engage long enough to answer a few questions? Azalp was unwilling, but I am so curious . If given a list of 10 or 15 of her worst transgressions, I’d want to know, item by item, do they think its not true or do they not care if its true or not, or do they believe its true and not think it makes her a bad person.

    And I’d like to ask the follow-up question, hypothetically if it could be proven that all these things were true, would you agree she is a human turd and deserving of whatever contempt and scorn and embarrassment comes her way?

    • worried4theworld says:

      I think the real question is…. why do you care? Who cares if all the crap is true (which I don’t believe it is)? Let her live her life. If she’s crazy let her be. Let’s all move on with our lives and stop obsessing over other people’s lives.

      • Cowboys & Brayliens says:

        What you miss understand (see what I did there?) is that a good number of the people here are people who have actually been slighted by Julia in the past. You can believe however much of “all the crap” is true or not, the fact remains that this site is a bit of a catharsis for people.

      • You’re obsessing about people here.
        Let’s You move on.

      • JFA says:

        Jesus Christ. Go tell the same thing to every gossip magazine and celebrity snark site on the internet. Come back when you are done in about 25 years.

        And stop telling me what the fuck to do, mom.

        • JFA says:

          I would very seriously pay good money for someone with half a brain to think of a cogent argument as to why I should not waste my time here.

          Hey, did you know that people on television are often criticized? I know! It’s a novel concept. But I promise it’s true.

      • Pink Palatian says:

        Why do *you* care if others care? (Or: why are you criticizing others for doing the same exact thing you are doing?)

        • JFA says:

          Because she’s a fucking idiot, obviously. I mean, this is someone who obviously not only watches the show, but likes it enough to seek out the hate site mentioned therein to try to shame us into submission. Whether or not you loathe JA, this show is just a complete and utter piece of crap, pretty much universally acknowledged, and will be canceled shortly. Yet this person actually LIKES IT ENOUGH TO TAKE THE TIME OUT TO ENGAGE JA’S HATERS. Ponder that. This is a very sad person. We should probably all just back away slowly.

      • LEFOOLIEH says:

        You move on with your “life” (seeing as how YOU find yourself on a JA reblog site and somehow find time out of your oh-so-busy schedule to wag a finger of disapproval is laughable in and of itself) and I’ll do what I want with mine. You’re wasting YOUR time worrying about how other people are wasting THEIR time and dictating what you’d feel would be more appropriate. Oh, honey. Get a hobby. Kthxbi!

      • Donkeycam now! (MSc) says:

        Funny how that is exactly what Julia did when she was confronted (by email) with the video evidence of her lies about plastic surgery: immediately snapped back “why do you care?”.

      • SchadenfreudianSlip says:

        So you answered the final question which is, if it was true, who cares.

        And my response to you is You Are an Asshole.

        If you are in a crowded theater and the person next to you starts to use the N word repeatedly, should you say something? Tell them to stop? If you say no, you are a piece of shit.

        And if you say yes, you are an idiot because that is exactly what we are doing. We are publicly humiliating a person based on the bad acts they perpetrate that have a direct effect on people’s lives, careers, relationships, etc. And FYI, many of the people here have been directly impacted by her sociopathy.

      • Concern troll fail. Hi, Julia!

        • AFGHANI says:


        • Life is unfair says:

          Pick a lane.

          theTsaritsa: @JuliaAllison Just want to tell you that I am completely fascinated by your rise to fame and will be writing an article about it. · Reply · RT

          • Prof. F Camping says:

            ooh, interesting. tsaritsa, rebuttal?

          • Tremendous Liar; Donkey Repugnant says:

            Seems to me that tweet is deliberately ambiguous about whether the article will be positive or negative.

          • Andy Wintour hacks (up a furball) says:

            Tsaritsa seems to be one of the few who has actually gone back to read the old post. I noticed her commenting on old threads in the last couple of days. Seems like she got quickly up to speed. The other White Nighters should follow her example and actually do some background work.


          • Andy Wintour hacks (up a furball) says:

            Knighters (I am drink)

          • Greg'sWife (literally) aka DirtyLakeMichigan says:

            Tsarita’s tweet doesn’t sound at all fan-girly or imply there’s a stars-in-the-eye interest. Her tweet sounds to me like someone’s doing a research article.

          • I am. I’m writing about fame whores and *her* insistence on calling herself a journalist and snubbing her nose at bloggers.

          • PPS– I was never a white knight for this bish. I had not heard of her til this show, and was curious about this site when she talked about it. I’m just completely fascinated that someone this unlikable managed to keep getting jobs (and losing them) the way she did.

            Working title of the article is: Famous-For-Being-Hated Syndrome.

          • Jacy "Donk" LaRue Jacy "Donk" LaRue says:

            When you get a chance click on the “The Internet Never Forgets” link under the banner. It’s a collection of some of her nastiest deeds.

        • PS- tweet was deliberately vague. I kinda just wanted to see if she was thirsty enough to reply to me. She was. Got a “Oooh, I’m so excited!” reply this morning.

  15. SchemeyNutButter says:

    Dear Molly, Angel of the Internet,
    The “horrific information” you refer to is otherwise known as “reblogging”, as in, almost all of the material on this site comes from none other than your pal, Julia, herself. And from time to time other sources (including Julia!!) who have first-hand information or dealings with Miss Allison choose to share their experiences as well.
    Perhaps you could be so kind as to compose a similarly sensitive email to the star of the show you love and suggest that she might find better things to do with her time than continually posting such “horrific information” about herself on the myriad social media sites she lists — in great detail and at great length — in the bio section of any one of her websites you might choose to visit.
    We are not her propagandists, true. We are but humble observers/commentators of the material JULIA compulsively makes available about herself all over the internet and now on a Bravo “reality” program.
    I can tell you are a very internet savvy individual, Ms Munroe, but perhaps you’re also familiar with that old-school medium, newspapers? May I then refer you to the editorial page for an example of the centuries-old tradition of freely and publicly offering opinions on events/material found in the public domain.
    You take care, dear heart.

  16. JFA says:

    I just feel like this bears repeating. Maybe if I type it out it won’t sceer me so much. There are people who actually watch this show, like it, and take the time out to come here and defend JA. I knew sad idiots existed but that level of pathetic sorta makes me wanna end it all.

    • Cowboys & Brayliens says:

      Because her ineptness makes them feel better about themselves. Plain and simple. That is the plot of 99% of reality shows– make the viewer feel better about their own lives that they’re spending stuck on their couch.

      • CDB says:

        what happened to your higher education? why are you such a hurter? are you still so hurt in spite of your higher education that you still hurt and hate?

    • Princess WideStance says:

      I know. There are people out there who love and admire Teresa Guidice. We indeed live in a scary world.

      • cola champagne says:

        I don’t like Teresa, but she doesn’t compare because bitch works hard for the money.

        • AFGHANI says:

          The Giudices have also grossed well north of 1 million bucks for doing that show. Most of us would agree they come off badly and that their BK is a huge problem. But at least they’re being PAID for the show, not getting some pathetic allowance-type of payment that Julia got for this travesty of a show.

  17. Bored says:

    Came to this site because I was bored and curious… Immediately leaving the site because it, and all those who comment, are ridiculous. Get a life and leave the girl alone.

    • What Would Kate Middleton Do? (Stripper Shoes) says:

      Julia Allison IS boring. We make it fun. We’re her only unpaid fans.

    • LEFOOLIEH says:

      Read archives, get some background, try again. Public figure (only through desperation and extreme perseverance; read: HER CHOICE), these things happen. But OK, I’ll leave this amazingly entertaining site with brilliant people because you (who “know” her according to a couple of hours spent “with” “her” through your TV) say so. Sure!

    • brianna says:

      People who want to be left alone don’t sign up for reality tv shows.

    • mule on rouge says:

      Girl? AHAHAHA! You might want to schedule an eye exam, because you may be legally blind.

    • KS says:

      We do leave her alone. No one engages her by sending emails or phone calls. Don’t hate on free speech, bro.

    • HLS Guy says:

      All those who comment? You read at least one comment from everyone who comments? Seems as though you also commented… what does that say about you? She agreed to appear on a cheesy reality tv show, signed an agreement allowing herself to be portrayed in any way the producers saw fit — even after receiving legal advice from an OMG ivy-educated lawyer. Hardly the actions of someone that wants to be left alone.

    • Roger that says:

      Bored and curious is a dangerous combination. That’s how I ended up in the emergency room with a butt full of marbles.

    • Norse Horse, Task Ass says:

      “Immediately leaving the site because..”

      No! You just got here, say it’s not true! That you posted just to say you’re immediately leaving! I don’t think any of us can bear that sort of loss.

      (ps. “Bored and curious” definitely makes you sound like you’re up to some perverted kinky no-good sex things. Just saying.)

  18. Celisse says:

    Why are the defenders even being engaged, guys? If this is gonna turn into an us vs them thing, it’s gonna get so tiresome. There have only been like 5 and I’m already annoyed.

    • Donkeycam now! (MSc) says:

      Yup. Enough is enough.

      I think we should stop feeding the trolls.

    • Fake Kidney Infucktion says:

      I agree. They aren’t even fun white knights. their minds aren’t going to be changed, don’t waste your…fingers?

      • Celisse says:

        Exactly. I like the trolls who come here to do her bidding by leaking info, etc, because it’s just do heinous but entertaining! But this is just boring playground name calling.

    • Malformed Face (Like a Bloated Deli Ham Left in a Hot Mercedes C Class) says:

      My only answer is because Julia is so fucking boring. And the commenters on the trolls at least make me LOL – I don’t feel like it gives the trolls power. I also think it’s a MAJOR coincidence that they are all coming out today but not… say, the day after the show aired. Hmmmm?

      But I get what you’re saying. “I’M DOING THE BEST I CAN!!!!!”

      • Celisse says:

        That’s another thing. It IS weird that they’re only just coming out. It’s true that the site wasnt mentioned in full until this most recent episode but anyone curious about Donkey can find this site easily with a quick Google.

        So if it’s totally possible that these weirdos either are Julia or were purchased by Julia, why bother with them at all?


      • Prof. F Camping says:

        I also think it’s a MAJOR coincidence that they are all coming out today but not… say, the day after the show aired. = fans in the stans who had to wait to pirate the latest episode.

      • Can I get a what, what? says:

        Wow, cannot seem to restrain yourself? We are really getting to you! All of you!

    • darling dearest says:


    • AFGHANI says:

      It’s doubtful there have been 5. It’s the same as always–1 or 2 moronic enablers.

  19. Peltergeist says:

    Where is this pervasive “People can do whatever they want! Live and let live! Who cares if they’ve done bad stuff in the past ?!” attitude of general society these days coming from? It really pisses me off. I’m in my late 20s (so not part of the officially retarded generation, but close enough) and I don’t get this idea that you can totally wipe the slate clean as soon as you feel like it, and that I’m supposed to forget how you used to be as soon as you tell me you’ve changed. Just because. Your past actions say a lot about who you are and who you’ll probably be in the future. That’s how people judge you. By your past behavior and their memories of you. That’s how we judge Julia. What am I missing? Is everyone defending Julia Allison under 20 years old or a social shut-in or what?

    • Fake Kidney Infucktion says:

      I think it comes from the same people who think “freedom of speech” means “free from criticism”

    • Pink Palatian says:

      Based on the people defending her on Twitter, I can’t see any pattern of who and what they are like other than they all seem — as I tweeted myself — to be future contenders for Darwin Awards. There are a couple who consider themselves to be up-and-coming fashion/style/whatever bloggers and others who are Bravo fans. I honestly don’t understand how anyone could watch the show and not think she’s a complete loon. It boggles the mind.

      I’m in recovery, so I’m familiar with the concept of trying to put my past in the past… but that generally also involves making some sort of psychic change that indicates to people not only that you are sincerely regretful about the past but also that you have changed both your attitude and your behavior. I’m fine with people saying “that was in the past” and having credible evidence that they’ve changed for whatever reason (recovery, therapy, seeing a white light, whatevs), but Juliar’s whole “that was so five minutes ago!” deflection makes my canklehausen flare like crazy.

      • Yeah, everyone has done stupid shit in their youth, everyone has their own demons, but repeated bad behavior and generally treating people like shit because your ego is completely over-inflated is not something you can just turn the page on– it requires a real change.

        Maybe she really needs therapy? I kind of feel bad for laughing at her on the show– she reminds me of Kelly Killoren Bensimon of Real Housewives NYC. Off the hinges and in need of medication.

        • AFGHANI says:

          except kelly isn’t supported by her parents and doesn’t need a meal ticket in a mate

        • Pink Palatian says:

          She’s needed therapy for a whole. I believe it was Chatgate II when she claimed that she had been looking for a therapist but couldn’t find one. Or maybe that was Chatgate I? Kraken would know.

          In other instances, though, she’s claimed to be have a spiritual advisor — Annie Lalla? someone else? the canklehausen sometimes causes conflabraytion of the lies — who serves as her therapist.

    • Prof. F Camping says:

      Peltergeist for President!

  20. BeepBeepBoopBeepBeep. I Am A Robot. says:

    Molly Munroe owes me money and was adopted at birth.

    • Norse Horse, Task Ass says:

      Molly touched me inappropriately when I was 14. She led me into her office, where she had this little bed..

  21. This one is a no-boner says:

    A nationally televised program and only these few white knights show up? Oh, dear. An half (2) are Julia defending Julia.

  22. Malformed Face (Like a Bloated Deli Ham Left in a Hot Mercedes C Class) says:

    OMG, can barely breathe from laughter – DYING! Thanks for the second email. the LOLs will carry me through the day.

    “…who is more successful than you are.” Say wut?

    EVERY cat lady and gent is more successful than a Donkey. We:

    1) Have amazing careers
    2) Have long term relationships
    3) Don’t get fired repeatedly from jobs
    4) We’re cultured, we travel, we do not sleep on people’s couches like a grifter
    5) We are self-sufficient – our Daddy’s do not pay our rent
    6) We have lots of friends and don’t dump them regularly when they can’t do something for us or draw boundaries (OMG Randi?)
    7) We’re mentally healthy – we don’t email ex boyfriends or their new fiancees and suggest we were banging our ex, “Hope that helps, love and light”

    Then again, why am I responding to someone as mentally deficient as a Donkey who does not understand the mere definition of stalking? We point and laugh at what a Donkey puts out there ON NATIONAL TV. No one inserts themselves in her life.

    • Dyspeptic says:

      She provides the comic (soap) opera, we giggle. It’s the Circle of Life.

    • Peltergeist says:

      I can ALMOST give them a pass for believing she’s accomplished, because she’s flat-out lied several times on that show and there have been no repurcussions. (They should still use this thing called Google, though.) She mentioned being a “journalist for over 10 years” a million times in one episode (100,000,000% false on both accounts) and told someone on twitter that she had over 350 articles published “in print” (is this even possible for her?). If you didn’t know her meeting with Elle was totally staged and that she has only gotten anywhere after badgering employers AND men into tolerating her, you might think she was impressive.

      Julia Defenders, I beg you to do your own research during all of that spare time you have, instead of firing off grammatically incorrect emails.

    • SchadenfreudianSlip says:

      That’s what I was going to respond to as well. There are so many things you might say to us “haters” that would at least be based on something factual (like our words or actions). But this dumb ass throws in a sentence about her being more successful than us.



      Why would you throw that into your argument? You can’t possibly know how successful any of us are. And that has nothing to do with how unsuccessful Donkey is. You want to believe her BS vision of her life, that’s fine. But you can’t possibly know anything about any of us.

      Had you stuck to “this is very mean” or “what kind of person spends his time doing this” or any other similar argument, maybe even focussing on some specific comments, you’d be wrong, but you wouldn’t be a TOTAL MORON.

    • Albie Quirky says:

      My guess is that the white knights who aren’t Julie Albertson don’t know how little reality shows like this pay. Folks, fyi, Miss Julie made maybe $20,000 to $30,000 from the show, tops. Of course, that’s way above what she made last year, when each of her fantabulous columns netted her a cool $100-$200.

      She could literally be making more working second shift at a fast food restaurant than she is making from her faaaaaaabulous career as a media pinata punching bag punchline “celebrity”. Successful? It is to laugh. She had some decent-paying jobs in the past, but she got fired from them because of her shitty work ethic.

      Of course it’s not all about the money. Lots of people choose to work in low-paying fields for the joy of it (self included; I’m a writer and a book reviewer).

      But Julie Albertson takes no joy in her work. Look at how unhappy she is with being on this show and having her shitty personality exposed to the world. Look at how miserable she is every time she has to write a crappy column on a four-month deadline about herself. She is no journalist; she hates writing and she hates researching and she hates interviewing people.

      Her only goal in life, apparently, is to marry a rich husband, but the odds don’t look very good for that at the moment. She and her family don’t get along. She doesn’t have close friends who love her.

      Basically, I would never be envious of Julie Albertson for a second, because I have a career I love, true and trusted friends of decades’ standing whom I adore and who have gone above and beyond to help me in times of crisis, a brother and sister-in-law who are a constant joy and who have also knocked themselves out to be there whenever I needed them, a husband who is smart and funny and wise and kind and looks like a younger, more dashing Jeff Goldblum and who thinks I’m the best and who has supported me in grand style when I’ve been too ill to do much paid work…who’s luckier than I am?

      And most of all, I would never be envious of Julie Albertson because I do not hate myself and I do not feel that my life is a hollow sham. That’s the only time I ever feel pity for her, when I think of how unhappy she must be. But she’s lying in the bed she made for herself, and she’ll have to start by changing her hateful and abusive ways toward others before she can build any kind of relationships—personal or professional—based on trust.

      Anybody who envies Julie Albertson is doing so based on misinformation (thinking she makes mad cash from the shitshow) or being in a really difficult place themselves. Now, Emily and Amy, sad though their lives seem on the shitshow, are at least being really savvy about using it to promote their businesses (and Emily’s stupid book) rather than looking at the $20,000 compensation as a payday in and of itself.

      Julie is going to have nothing when the show is over. The ELLE “gig” goes away, she’s probably long spent the money, and she’ll be starting from scratch in Los Angeles, one of the highest cost-of-living places in the US. She’ll be in a dating pool that includes lots of young, beautiful aspiring actresses as well as fascinating, hilarious women who are screenwriters and set designers and what have you, so I hardly envy her for having to find dates against those odds. She’s going to have to figure out what to do to earn a living, and frankly after broadcasting her crappy attitude about deadlines and editorial direction on the teevee show, she’s going to have a hard time getting writing assignments (which is super hard right now even for hard-working, accomplished freelance journalists).

      I don’t envy her. I would pity her if she weren’t such a terrible person.

      • Albie Quirky says:

        I am envious of her apparently good physical health, actually. Which she pisses away with her shitty sleep patterns and lack of exercise and crap food choices and unresolved disordered eating. And which she doesn’t take advantage of to get some motherfucking WORK done. I am doped to the gills half the time and I am way more productive than her.

        So I do envy that. See a therapist, Julie, and learn how to use your current good health to the fullest. I’m glad I traveled the world, spent tons of time having fun with my friends, and worked like a crazy working thing when I was your age, because I couldn’t do it now.

      • I’m inclined to think that D0nkey got the going rate of $5k per episode — why do I think $5k is the going rate? — because I’ve read on Reddit where many people who’ve been on the court tv shows get $5k, win or lose, & also I’m currently watching Celebrity Rehab reruns (S4) where the guy “Jason” from The Hills says he got $5k an episode.

        $5k X eight episodes = $40k – 10% each for an agent & a mgr, + – taxes she has to pay, + – the cost of living in CA? Yeah, that’s some FUCK YOU money right there, for ALL THE GIRLS for whom MATH IS HARD, aka D0nkey’s white nits.


        • Albie Quirky says:

          My friend who was on “Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys” got $20,000. “The Hills” was a very high-budget production by reality TV standards.

          But yeah, we’re still looking at Radio Shack manager money, not fuck-you money (no disrespect to anybody working in retail, I know it’s hard work for low money).

          • Albie Quirky says:

            I mean “even if it’s $40K before manager’s fees and taxes and AFTRA membership and what not,” it’s still not much money by the standards of restaurant or retail work, let alone the “fuck you” money Julie’s been hanging out for.

            Again, sometimes things go south with money for lots of people, and that sucks. I’ve been there myself. But this was such a terrible decision for her—she burned personal and professional bridges for the sake of fleeting Z-list “celebrity” and a relatively small payday.

          • $20,000k per episode or $20,000 for a season? (I’m not familiar w/ that show, so I don’t have any idea how it compares to TH). How many epi’s in a season?

            In another thread, many people say that lots of other people were approached for MISS ADVISED & turned it down — makes me think that the $$ was peanuts, & we know that D0nkey will do anything for exposure, like showing her raft ass for nothing.

          • Now that I see your 2nd post, I think we’re on the same page (HINT: I didn’t really mean that I thought $40k was anywhere near FU $ — I was being facetious).

          • Albie Quirky says:

            Season. Which I think was only 6 episodes, though—I am a bad friend and didn’t watch. Or maybe that makes me a good friend, I don’t know.

          • Albie Quirky says:

            Oh, and I knew you were being facetious! I was just imagining the white nits thinking that $40K sounded pretty good, without realizing that Julie had to pay manager’s fees and union dues and self-employment taxes out of that.

            Hell, I would be thrilled if I made $40K this year—I probably won’t, unless things improve for me healthwise—but I won’t have to humiliate myself publicly to earn whatever I do get.

          • AFGHANI says:

            The Hills probably had the best production values of any reality show to date. I’m not going to lie, I watched the shit out of that show, even though I can’t remember a damn scene from it other than the one where Heidi and Spencer through a party with zoo animals for that little neighbor boy. Oh, and the last scene of the series, where the camera pans out from a Hollywood side street to reveal a set on a Burbank lot.

          • AFGHANI says:

            threw* a party.

            Sorry, had a MMBH moment 🙁

          • Main thing I remember from The Hills is that in every restaurant scene, when the camera panned from one person to another & then back, the drinks were always different, be it level, color, glass, whatever. That drove me nuts.

            I actually liked Heidi throughout most of TH, & that was w/ going into it hating on her from what little media attn I’d seen of Speidi (they were in Costa Rica when I went, doing that stupid “I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!” show.

          • AFGHANI says:

            Another thing I remember is the hideous tray ceilings and crown molding inside LC and Audrina’s first LA apartment.

      • Little Birdie says:

        Julia “Cognitive Disability” Allison made a total of $20k for sacrificing her future employability on the teevees. That’s before percentages, state and federal taxes and the lease on her Fisher Price My First Mercedes®. The production company stopped paying her rent when they were done filming.

        Every dime she made is already spent. As is any credibility she ever had.

        • ShesJustStupid says:

          That is hilarious. I mean, we’re probably talking about a net of 10k or something? WAY TO GO DONKEY!

          • Malformed Face (Like a Bloated Deli Ham Left in a Hot Mercedes C Class) says:

            Little Birdie, I love you.

            Only $20K???? Damn, girl, you stupid.

          • Stinky Velour Couture says:

            Wait a second! Julie saves 30% of her paychecks! ‘member? that’s what she said in NYC. she’ll have a nice little nest egg!

        • Malformed Face (Like a Bloated Deli Ham Left in a Hot Mercedes C Class) says:

          How about sacrificing ever finding a man which is her #1 and only desire. What guy is going to date her after seeing this dreck? She can’t even get a guy – CASTED BY A CASTING COMPANY OR SET UP BY A FRIEND AND PAID TO BE WITH HER – to kiss her?????

          Before they might Google her and just ZZZZZZZzzzzzzz at everything written about her and not be sure who is telling the truth BUT NOW they can load up the Donkey show and see how f’ing crazy she is.

          Donkey, really, was it worth it?

          #Forever Alone

          # Miss Advised #ad

          • Worrisome Pelts says:

            She’ll use this show to explain her inability to find a man for the rest if her life. My current bet is that she’ll become a crusader against reality shows For All The Girls without ever acknowledging that she couldn’t keep a partner before her 8-week televised breakdown.

        • ShesJustStupid says:

          The other women have jobs, so the 20k is on top of what they already earn. They can take a nice vacation off of it. Plus, I’m assuming that they were going for publicity for their work. That 20k is the only $$ Donks earned and she has nothing to promote. She’s So Stupid.

          • Pink Palatian says:

            Yep. Amy and Emily both seem to be not only financially independent but (in Amy’s case) very well off. Compare Amy’s apartment and office with Julia’s Hell’s Kitchen Pepto Bismal fiasco, for one. The other two have issues but at least they’re competent adult women getting along in the world.

      • Lilly Liberation Front says:

        Albie, you’ve managed to sum everything up perfectly- as usual!

      • AFGHANI says:

        “a husband who is smart and funny and wise and kind and looks like a younger, more dashing Jeff Goldblum”

        So… you’re Kathy Wakile from RHoNJ?

      • ethel-egg says:

        I’m a bit partial to Jeff Goldblum.

  23. KashMoney says:


  24. KS says:

    SavvyBDiaries: “@tarapalmeri are u the page six reporter that made @juliaallison cry? #missadvised. @reformedblonde”

    Donkey: “@tarapalmeri @SavvyBDiaries @reformedblonde – hi Tara! I’m sorry, that was just me being upset & emotional. Many reporters don’t care. :-(”

    tarapalmeri: “Yes and I do effing care “@SavvyBDiaries: @tarapalmeri r u the page six reporter that made @juliaallison cry? #missadvised @reformedblonde”


    • Dyspeptic says:

      this is beyond funny. Donkey Whack-a-Mole in full hue and cry.

    • Albie Quirky says:

      There is nothing better than pissing off a Page Six reporter. That is the clear way to fame and fortune. OH JULIE ALBERTSON YOU NEVER GET IT RIGHT DO YOU

      • Albie Quirky says:

        Tara Palmeri is cute (not tiny, but cute in a lovely fin-de-siecle showgirl way, with gorgeous glossy hair and an adorable smile) and moving up the ladder in journalism at an amazingly rapid pace (she just graduated from American University in ’08). Also, she’s apparently on “Red Eye” all the time—a show from which Our Julie has been banned.

        Team Tara Palmeri!

        • Worrisome Pelts says:

          Yes, but has Miss Tara ever been depicted on national television desperately throwing herself at a man who was willing himself to spontaneously combustion? I THOUGHT NOT. Take THAT, Tara.

        • AFGHANI says:

          Red Eye is a decent show and even if you don’t agree with their general tilt, at least they make fun of Republicans too. And especially old, senile types like Senator McCain.

          • Albie Quirky says:

            It must wince Julie so much that she’s been banned from there!

          • Julia ‘winced’ = boil ‘lanced’
            (scheme juices = fetid pus)

          • Norse Horse, Task Ass says:

            Ugh, I’ve heard that “Red Eye” on Fox News is the worst television show ever. ” at least they make fun of Republicans too.” Oh, how fucking daring of them! Like, Republicans don’t give out miles of tragic comedy every fucking day, every time they open their goddamned mouths they can’t stop blurting how slavery was a good thing, or how gays should be rounded up to concentration camps and dropped as payload when we bomb Iran because we need a new war and Romney’s secret fortune is held in gold bricks in Switzerland and the Cayman Islands? Like, Fox News actually makes fun of that on their 3am “comedy” show, that you actually watch? Well I’ll be damned! Actually, I AM damned according to the right-wing nutbags Fox News caters to! Glad to know you enjoy their comedy stylings in the creepy pre-dawn hours. Oh, they make fun of McCain’s senility, so that makes them all right? God, you’re weird. I kind of like you, but you are.

          • AFGHANI says:

            I’m about as progressively liberal as you can get, but I do see the merits of classical liberalism. For I can’t conclusive prove I am “right” in my views, so why dismiss rational people.

            Also, have you ever watched red eye? It’s pretty good. Not as good as Stewart, but compared to everything else on Fox? ANd the 2 main commenters are classical liberals who aren’t afraid to make fun of GOP douchebaggery. And yes, bashing McCain and Palin deserves some credit on a show on that network.

          • Norse Horse, Task Ass says:

            “I’m about as progressively liberal as you can get, but I do see the merits of classical liberalism.”

            Uh, that’s a retarded tautology right there.

            ‘Rational”- That’s the word Western elites use to justify their every destructive actions. The EU crisis, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan- they were all “rational” at the time, and ongoing. It’s a poor excuse for leadership.

            Voltaire’s Bastards: The Dictatorship of Reason In The West by John Ralston Saul, a Canadian writer and professor, from 1992. He pretty much predicts the failure of “elites” in our systems, they fail us every day. So it’s funny that you use the word “rational”, when all meaning has been beaten out of that word. And you say you actually enjoy “Red Eye”, a “comedy” show on far-right Fox News that is broadcast at 3am for a good reason- no one wants to see it. But, you like it? Makes a certain sort of sense. What are you doing up at that hour, Afghani? Is that when your workday begins because you’re a master of the caulk universe or something? You have to be up before the classy-caulk markets in London open, or something? Is this “rational” as a professional pursuit, or are you justifying whatever it is you do to make money as “rational”? Do you fuck and deceive elderly people out of their homes or something in your day-job, Afghani? Do you do things you’re ashamed of? Immoral things that you call “rational” to justify them? Because it’s “rational” for you to make a salary even if you do immoral or cruel things in your job? See how flexible “rationality” as an excuse is?

        • Badonkeydonk says:

          Yes! yes! And Tara is moving up based on hard work, tenacity, brains and actual, not-faking-it journalism.

          Unlike some other annoying person who constantly yammers about being a “journalist” but couldn’t report her ass out of the ladies’ room.

      • ShesJustStupid says:

        What does she mean “some reporters don’t care?” Care about what?

        • Worrisome Pelts says:

          Care about Julia’s attempts to manipulate a potential story by weeping hysterically and asking them why they want to ruin her life. She doesn’t realize that Jack’s father was the bold name in that item, not her.

        • That exchange doesn’t make sense to me, either.

        • The Missing Davos Report says:

          It was when Julia read Tara’s email out loud. Tara’s email started with “Hi Julia, how’s it going?” and Julia commented “Like she fucking cares” before continuing on.

          • The Missing Davos Report says:

            Sorry – this was in the most recent episode, when Julia was with her manager and she had recently received the email from Tara / NY Post inquiring about the snooping allegations.

          • Okay, I get it now (thanks!) Anyone catch what Miss Linda said on her most recent MA dispatch? To wit:

            Julia meets with her manager, Stephen. She reads him an email from someone at Page Six who heard that Julia was harassing her ex […] Julia’s manager seems disinterested in discussing a year-old email …’

            Saving e.v.e.r.y. email ever finally came in handy! Except not. Still, a word to the wise, + any fool who’d ever the D0nkey … she’ll use any & everything against ya, 4ever!

        • Peltergeist says:

          But… isn’t Julia’s famous line “Why do you care?” Why does she expect a reporter to care?

  25. DSM-V: JFA Edition says:

    Dear white nights: 1) Julia used to be an editor at large for star magazine, opining on tv regularly about the private lives of celebrities (which she claims/desires to be). 2) many of us here know her to varying degrees and have interacted with her in real life in social and/or work settings and know her to be awful. 3) if you find yourself drawn to this person’s persona seek help immediately. 4) “successful” “jealous” etc… Hahahahha call us the first time she ever has a contract renewed rather than seeing every opportunity end in what she calls a mutual parting and what everyone else calls getting canned…

  26. Sacred Scrapbooks Picture Consultant says:

    Well, haterz, it’s been an exhausting year, hasn’t it? First we had to drag Julia kicking and screaming to sign up for Miss Advised. OMG, that was the worst. And then withholding her manager’s Brylcreem until he agreed to sell her down the river on her own TV show! And remember that witch we had to hire to cast an evil spell on her dates? But last week was the worst. Contacting 161,000 viewers and telling them not to tune in on Monday! Maybe we’re putting too much energy into this, and should just go back to stealing crutches from crippled kids.

    • Barking Mad says:

      Love this! And don’t forget, we held that Tribune editor’s cat hostage until he fired her.

    • Tremendous Liar; Donkey Repugnant says:

      It’s getting to be such a struggle to force Julia to keep tweeting insane and/or shallow shit. She keeps wanting to write about math and hungry African children. What will we do if, despite the waterboarding and stress positions, she stops tweeting about weddings, illogical justifications for her actions, and what she’s shame-eating today??

      Note: catladies, the blasting of Disney/Taylor Swift tunes is not encouraging Julia’s submission. Onlookers report she LIKES it.

  27. SchadenfreudianSlip says:

    My last comment on the white knights. I apologize for engaging/responding, but this is it.

    If you come here to defend her, ask yourself this: Why are the only people who defend her here people have never met her and know about her only through the BS she puts out there, while its her family, acquaintances, colleagues and former friends who come here to constantly tip the moderators on her vile actions and behavior. Do you see a disconnect?

    OK, back to our regularly scheduled program.

  28. Molly says:

    Hey RBDers. I completely understand if this comment is ignored, as I may be perceived as a troll, but I’m writing anyway since I’m a curious person. I came across Julia when I was in high school. A friend was applying for an “internship” with her and suggested I apply since I needed one too. This was either just before Jakob or at the start of the relationship, just to give you the timeline. I got a call-back for the internship and was supposed to go meet someone (her current intern) at Starbucks.

    I decided to research my possible new employer, came up with a bunch of hits on Gawker, decided she was weird and promptly canceled the interview. During that research, I noticed the vitriol directed at her, and I started to casually follow her and her ‘hate sites,’ not so much because I was interested in Julia and her questionable life choices, but because I find the relationship she has with you guys (and vice versa) really strange and interesting.

    I read RBD all the time. I know all of the “bad things” Julia has done” and I don’t necessarily see her as a bad person, just a pathetic person who isn’t self-aware. At the same time, sometimes I wonder how self-aware RBDers are. Do you guys realize how strange it is, the whole site centerd around Julia’s failures? I know the arguments, that she’s in the public, it’s your right, you all have jobs, etc, and that’s all true. But at the same time, sometimes just from reading RBD I feel kind of bad, like: “Wow, I just devoted time to a lot of negative energy.” (Not all negative, I know this site can be funny and a community for the commenters, which is great!) Do you guys ever feel that way after commenting? Do your friends/family members/therapists/pets find the whole thing strange? Is my view just warped, and you guys are totally in the right?

    • lulz says:

      I wake up every now and then and realize how much stupidity I’m injecting into my head by just following Julia Allison.

      You are what you feed yourself. And if I’m feeding myself junk food media, no matter how deliciously written and harped on, I’m still feeding myself trash.

      It’s a weird and dirty balancing act once you hit the self awareness level.

      • cola champagne says:

        Agree with lulz. Yes, I do try to comment less because of that. I don’t think I’m above anyone, and it’s too bad she’s squandered a lot of opportunities. This is a guilty pleasure for me. I don’t go around telling people I read this site, which allows me to know, on some level, that I am ashamed of contributing to it.

    • Malformed Face (Like a Bloated Deli Ham Left in a Hot Mercedes C Class) says:

      So you know all the heinous things she’s done? Used people like say, that moving company who moved her for free and she promised to publicize and never did or a commenter her who she grifted out of $3,000 or another commenter here who’s son was outed for an alleged mental illness or the not one but two fiancees of exes who Julia made he quite clear she was fucking their men while they were with their new women.

      These are a drop in the bucket of examples I could give you of how she works very VERY hard to destroy lives of not only people she allegedly once loved but the people who love those people AND ARE COMPLETELY INNOCENT.

      No, I don’t feel bad for times I spend here – give me a fucking break.

      To be honest, and I know this will sound harsh, but you are worse than the person who white knights her from Miss Advised. They are only going on the info they know which is all lies because hey, that’s what Julia’s serving up and Bravo is cool with that. You know what she’s done and you have a problem with the people that comment on it?

      Mmmmm ‘kay.

      • Molly says:

        I don’t have a problem with any of you, I just get curious. And thanks for the reply as well, lulz. I know it’s something I think about—’Wow, why is this whole Julia Allison dialogue so compelling to me?’ And I just wondered if any of you wonder the same thing.

        • Malformed Face (Like a Bloated Deli Ham Left in a Hot Mercedes C Class) says:

          Okay, now that you’ve narrowed your question down – it’s compelling to me that someone that fucks so many people over gets away with it.

          But now it’s even more compelling because she brandishes the same attitude that she did when she was “on top” in 2006 – still burning bridges, screwing up job opportunities, settling scores (the Randi fallout) without any self-awareness to stop it or look at herself and examine her part in it.

          And now it seems she is in a free fall – a fall from grace. She can’t hold onto a relationship, she doesn’t have any close friends (because they would stage an intervention if she did) and she has zero career – c’mon, she is hocking Kraft Cheesy Mac Skillets on her Twitter and doing webinars for real estate grifters.

          Watching someone who has caused so much pain in others people’s lives get their comeuppance is as fascinating as if she grabbed the reigns of her life and turned her trainwreck of a life around – only she won’t do that.

          That’s what’s so compelling.

        • Prof. F Camping says:

          Of course we wonder the same thing, we are self-aware people (with higher education!). Yes, it’s bizarre. Yes, Mr. Meowserton doesn’t understand it. Julia is a bad/crazy/sad/pathetic/grifting/lazy/turd of a donkey. This my guilty pleasure reality tv show, my anthropology class, my friendly snark community, my book club, my self-expression because self-expression wasn’t possible before the internet, my therapy session, my comedy show, my daily confirmation that the world is not filled with complete and utter morons.

          • KrakenSkulls says:

            “THIS!” does not adequately describe how i feel about this comment.

          • Greg'sWife (literally) aka DirtyLakeMichigan says:

            You nailed it Prof.
            Also, many of us have/had people very much like Julia in our lives. People like her do a LOT of damage to the innocent or unsuspecting. This site/cite/sight allows me a front row seat to see how Julia’s type – NPD – end up. It’s as much a guilty pleasure as it is enlightening.

      • Malf, I take it as Molly simply expressing her POV … she’s not defending or making excuses for D0nkey’s cuntitude, she’s just having a different reaction to it, which is fine also … maybe a kind of ‘pick your battles’ position, if you will.

        What I mean is, her ‘Do your friends / family members / therapists / pets find the whole thing strange?’ question is, IMHO, short-sighted, but hardly anything to get riled about.

        Molly … there’s no way in hell you could lay out all of your interests for others to weigh-in on w/out encountering someone who’s reaction to one or more being: ‘Meh, WHY? do you even bother? That’s just … nah, not for me.’, but so. the. fuck. what? Do your thing & leave others be.

        • Malformed Face (Like a Bloated Deli Ham Left in a Hot Mercedes C Class) says:

          I hear what you’re saying… but this is what I was responding to:

          “I know all of the “bad things” Julia has done” and I don’t necessarily see her as a bad person, just a pathetic person who isn’t self-aware. At the same time, sometimes I wonder how self-aware RBDers are. Do you guys realize how strange it is, the whole site centerd around Julia’s failures?”

          Maybe I’m missing something?

          • No, I don’t think you are missing anything. Molly, on the other hand … LOL …

            Her question is as goofy as if I studied up on NASCAR, learned all the ins & outs of it & despite the fact that I still couldn’t muster up interest in it, went into a forum of NASCAR fans & asked them to justify their presence there.

            You know why I wouldn’t do that? Rhetorical question for you & me, but Molls, listen up, dudette: I give no more fucks if people are interested in things I myself have no interest in than I do if people aren’t interested in what I myself am interested in. Capiche?

          • CaptainGary says:

            That’s a slow clap right there – it was the NASCAR analogy that sold it for me.

            Seriously, you can’t be all interested in something – no matter WHY you’re interested – and then snidely ask others to justify their own interest, as if your “academic and open” study of the thing is somehow more noble.

          • Badonkeydonk says:

            In my midnight confession, I will cop to hating her because she reminds me of things I secretly hate about myself, or deep-down fear about myself. Or hated about my younger self and now feel relief at not being.

            (looking away in shame)

          • Greg'sWife (literally) aka DirtyLakeMichigan says:

            I miss the ‘like’ button Brayella.

    • Fake Kidney Infucktion says:

      I don’t understand how someone can think she’s not a bad person. I think she’s a bad person AND a pathetic person who lacks self awareness (seriously, her outing a bipolar boyfriend? emailing an ex’s fiancee? how are those NOT bad things?). I can’t feel any sympathy for her. I don’t view this site any differently than I view gossip blogs and the like. Do people feel bad when they go to site devoted to the real housewives? And make comments on those women?
      When you insist on living your life in such a public way, you can’t be shocked when people have commentary on it.
      I find this place entertaining. Call me mean, but when bad things happen to bad people, I can’t help but smile.

    • Admiral of the Burro Fleet says:

      As a frequent reader and occasional commenter, no, I never feel bad. I also don’t buy the supposition that concentrated, self-administered doses of schadenfreude is “devoting my time to negative energy” any more than watching a critically acclaimed TV show with unsettling themes or reading a chilling book. I’m not a child who needs to be protected from everything except sunshine blowing up my own ass. It’s fine if you prefer to consumer optimistic/positive media as a signifier of virtue, but that doesn’t mean there’s a moral valence attached to it for anyone else.

      Granted, I’m an anxious person by nature, and I actually find RBD a nice diversion from worrying about things in my own life that I can’t control, which may not be everyone’s experience.

      • Admiral of the Burro Fleet says:

        Also, I should clarify I didn’t intend any of those “yous” to mean YOU specifically, Molly, so much as a general second person. I’m just responding to your question, not trying to pick a fight. My editor at Elle is out sick today.

      • Dyspeptic says:

        What Admiral of the Burro Fleet said. “Negativity” or “negative energy” is in the eye of the beholder. Some people enjoy black humor, or satire, or comedies of manners that show humankind in a less than flattering light. That’s been a source of literary creativity forever. Julia Allison just happens to be one of those rich subjects people can bounce a lot of interesting ideas off of. And she never fails at providing laughs. That seems pretty positive to me.

      • Prof. F Camping says:

        I’m not a child who needs to be protected from everything except sunshine blowing up my own ass. It’s fine if you prefer to consumer optimistic/positive media as a signifier of virtue, but that doesn’t mean there’s a moral valence attached to it for anyone else.

        like button

      • virgil reid says:

        i was going to say, i find this site really amusing and as someone who is in a stressful occupation/stressful life right now, i find it a great distraction and the comments are usually pretty funny. not to sound like a bad human, but julia’s life is so RIDICULOUS AND DUMB compared to the stuff (ex like kids with HIV) i have to deal with on a daily basis through work.

      • Greg'sWife (literally) aka DirtyLakeMichigan says:

        Love your comment, Admiral, and the thread of responses following.

    • flatface says:

      This has also been explained ad nauseum. Molly, if you really honestly wanted to know if we were “self-aware”, or considered the strangeness of it AND if you have been following her “hate sites” for as long as you said you have, you wold know the answer.

      Commenters here have time and again enunciated the various and sundry reasons why we follow this shit show. And they are various.

      Like everything on the internet: read it. Or don’t. Agree with it. Or don’t. Feel free to get lost. Or don’t.

      • bitchface says:

        I don’t feel bad reading DListed because MichaelK is an awesome writer. I suppose if taken from a mile high view he’s nasty to the people he skewers, but he’s hilarious and while I may feel a twinge of regret sometimes for laughing at people I don’t know, I then remember that they’re all in the Hollywood game for the money/fame/self-validation etc.

        I like reading here because JA has crossed my path multiple times and at first I was insulted and jealous that she could sashsay into the ‘tech scene’ and pretend, and people would fall for it. And it was fascinating. And then I watched more and the cracks started to show, so I wondered if *I* was the only one seeing them and asking myself if I was alone, I searched her out online. I found others who felt the same, and we grabbed some popping popcorn and stayed along for the ride. Like many othere I drift in and out, cyclical bursts of interest/ disgust/ fascination/ horror /schadenfreude, but also because of the commenters in here, and wondering what opportunities/relationships etc. she’s destroying this month. She’s like a fascinating petri dish – always changing, always surprising, always watched with rabid, morbid disgust and interest.

        And of course JP and Jacy are very funny writers!!

      • Ass Baughers Syndrome says:

        Wait, wait — there’s another hate site?? Link, please!

        • Lilly Liberation Front says:

          Since Molly has evidently been watching the RMS Braytanic for awhile, I think she’s referring to Baugher.

    • i.just.cant! says:

      molly! you dodged a bullet with slave labor err internship! good for you.

      i’ve asked the rbd community for lotsss of advice- everything from fashion, travel tips, to how to deal with the npd julia type people in my life. so xoxo catladies! julia allison is just a cautionary tale for me. every time i consider restylene i think of julia allison. every time i plan a vacation, i think of my dog. every time i want to stick another fake eyelash on my eyelid, i reconsider. see. so many invaluable lessons!

    • This one is a no-boner says:

      OH dear, if you’ve been ‘following this site’ but don’t understand what we’re doing… YOU ARE FUCKING STUPID. Shut the fuck up, Midwestern cow.

      • 11th Wang says:

        Midwestern cow?

      • Norse Horse, Task Ass says:

        Seriously. “Molly”, shut the fuck up and stop being such a boring troll- yes, you are a troll. With nothing to say but nagging bitchy things you laughably call just being “honest”. No, you’re not honest, you’re a big bore concern-troll with a ridiculous name for a grown woman. You really don’t seem to have any idea what a lunatic you’re defen- oh wait, you do. You’re a troll. Piss off.

        • Greg'sWife (literally) aka DirtyLakeMichigan says:

          Or, if Molly were truly honest, she would be introspective enough to know she follows Julia’s *hate* sites/cites/sights because she was thisclose to the trainwreck that is JAB.
          Molly – your instincts were good as a teenager. Congratulations. However, me thinks your attitude would be completely different had you followed through with your *internship*. You would never question why anyone follows this. Hopefully, you continue to dodge these dastardly types of people throughout your life. Chances are you won’t though – then you’ll *get* it.

    • mule on rouge says:

      It’s weird, no doubt about that, but I can’t quit this place. I’m surrounded by smart, witty people from all walks of life who make me laugh and teach me things I didn’t know I wanted to know. Everyone should be so lucky as to find a community of kindred spirits such as this. Why ask why? Just enjoy. And Julia, stop reading here, you masochistic ding-aling.

    • Norse Horse, Task Ass says:

      Please shut up Molly, you dirty troll. You molested me asa teen, the least you could do is stay away from here. You know exactly what I’m talking about. Please, please just go away before I cry again about what you did to me. Just get out of here, Molly.

  29. Handbag Cohen Stuffed With Hair says:

    If you haven’t read (or haven’t heard about) Gillian Flynn’s new mystery novel, GONE GIRL, I highly, highly recommend it — specifically to RBDers — and that’s all I’m going to say about it so as to avoid spoilers. It’s delicious.

    • ShesJustStupid says:

      Read it last week. Total page turner. Loved it. And, yeah, I get where you’re going….

    • Frequent Liar Miles says:

      I just ordered it yesterday! My kid gave me a Kindle for my birthday last week, and it was the first book I ordered — or thought I ordered, but being Kindle-illiterate, I accidentally ordered the hardcover, which won’t be here for a few days. So frustrating, but I went back and was able to order a Kindle version of another of hers, Sharp Objects, to tide me over until it arrives. Also read Dark Places, and liked the writing more than the plot, but it definitely made me want to read more of her stuff.

      • Handbag Cohen Stuffed With Hair says:

        SHARP OBJECTS is good. All of her novels have a fine thing in common: her refusal to console the reader about the Very Bad Things happening. In DARK PLACES that became a bit much for me but in this latest is just right. She’s a very psychologically astute writer. Hope you enjoy it.

      • Fameless Shamewhore says:

        I got a Kindle for my birthday, too, and I’m in love with it. A total convert (having previously held the “there’s-nothing-better-than-an-actual-book” view for years). I do alot of travelling in my job and it has changed my life for the better! Now I *always* have something to read, always. I don’t have that awful situation I used to have, running around the house the night before the trip, trying desperately to find a book I haven’t read yet. Or worse – finishing a book on the plane/train – and having nothing left to read!

        I am the kind of person who NEEDS to be reading something on the road. Yesterday for example I was on a five-hour train journey from Cologne to Berlin with an additional two-hour delay when the train broke down. No problem! I finished a thriller (Tana French – In The Woods), read the old Nora Ephron, Heartburn, all the way through (it’s short and funny) and then decided I needed something older and started Jane Eyre.

        I have the complete works of Trollope, Dickens, the Brontés and Jane Austen, all of which I downloaded for free. Amazing. Then I have a ton of contemporary novels that I just buy and download as I come across them (eg RBD recommendation) so that I have them ready to read whenever.

        I am definitely no-question-about-it reading more now than ever (and I was always a big reader) since the Kindle present. Especially as I am a Brit living abroad, so getting hold of English books is more of a hassle.

        SSSF for the TL;DR – but Frequent LM, you’re gonna love life with a Kindle!


        • Jacy "Donk" LaRue Jacy "Donk" LaRue says:

          This is so timely.

          My man and I have been travelling for three weeks and between the two of us must have lugged 20 or more books around. It weighed down our luggage and caused severe neck pain. We are both voracious readers and have been anti-Kindle for the same reasons you just mentioned — “But I love to have a book in my hand and on my bookshelves!!” — but at one point at the Barcelona airport as we sat on the floor transferring books to different carry-ons because our luggage was overweight we both looked at each other and said: Maybe next time we go on a major holiday, we consider Kindles, right?

          You have convinced me!

          • Jacy (& others re-thinking a Kindle purchase) — also look at the perks that come w/ having an Amazon Prime acct — free lending library of books, movies & tv shows, + 2-day free shipping on many purchases, + cloud computing (strg of music bought at Amazon doesn’t deduct from your allotted strg space) … for me, the $80 annual fee has been well worth it.

            I wake up at odd hours — having my KF w/in reach to read or watch so as to not get up & roam the house, disturbing others may be what I like the absolute best about it.

            Also, I’m helping a 6-year-old try to improve her reading skills over the summer, & the difference between lugging boatloads of books to & from the library vs the ease of finding books online that either hold her attn or are easily discarded has probably saved my last nerve more than I even realize.

          • Worthless Bag of Ho says:

            I know I’m late on this but YES! I love my Kindle Fire and even told my catman the other day that its the best purchase I’ve ever made. I felt guilty about it at first because I too love holding an actual book but it is so much easier having everything in one place instead of lugging books and magazines when you go out. Loves it!! That is all. 🙂

          • Albie Quirky says:

            The ereader (I have Nook myself) is so amazing for travel.

          • Prof. F Camping says:

            As a Sony spokes-donkey, can I interject with my $0.02 about the Sony Reader? I’ve got it, it was cheap, it does not tie you to any service like Amazon (I mean, if that’s your thing, fine, but I hate being tethered to anything like iTunes or a particular service that locks me in). I can get library books on the reader, can buy books, it’s go wifi so I can check email, it plays music, etc. I chose it after an exhaustive search of what was available (yes, I used a spreadsheet!).

        • Frequent Liar Miles says:

          I was also totally anti-Kindle. I have glorious bookshelves that I am always adding to, subtracting from and rearranging — I appreciate books for more than just their content, and a beautifully designed book is a work of art, I always think. I never would have bought a Kindle myself, but my son insisted I would love it, and he was right. For one thing, it is so much easier to read in bed. I don’t even need to use my reading glasses or adjust my reading lamp. The annoyance of pages flipping closed when I change posititions — gone! Plus, I can catch up on RBD with it! And I just got it, so I am sure I will discover even more great things as I get more familiar with it. I am definitely going to check into the Amazon Prime thing.

          • Fameless Shamewhore says:

            Yes! Bedtime reading is so much more fun. My huscat bought me the case with the little light attached – I can highly recommend it for bedtime (or dark trains/airplanes) reading.

            Also, reading at breakfast is great – just prop the Kindle up against the sugar pot!

          • Norse Horse, Task Ass says:

            Glorious bookshelves- I am at alarming Defcon 5 with their dust (it’s a wall of books in my bedroom, at least a thousand) with them.

            Honest, stupid question: Where do I even begin, cleaning each one? What do I use, I don’t want to dampen them in any way, that sounds damaging. Yikes, where do I start? It’s getting perilous.

          • The Tortuous and the Hair says:


            These work really well:


            If they’re extremely dusty, maybe do a once-over with the brush attachment to the vacuum, then use the duster.

          • frequent liar miles says:

            Norse–one word: Dyson; there is a reason he deserved that knighthood.

      • Ex Spurt says:

        My kindle is my favourite thing, ever. The end.

        • SchemeyNutButter says:

          I told my huscat, no, I do not want an e-reader. So, of course, he gave me one for Xmas.
          I love love love it. (I even knitted it a little carrying case.) So light weight, feels great in the hand, adjustable font, and while I’ve always been a voracious reader, like you, FS, I read even more now, and a wider variety of titles, which is hard for me to believe possible.
          I can imagine people being very attached to their horse and buggy back in the day and the heartbreaking economic transition that took place as the public converted to cars, but I am over old-school books now, at least for fiction titles. I believe there is still a place for hardcover books — I still buy a few — but the physical space they occupy in our lives will be greatly circumscribed.
          My overriding concern is no longer with booksellers, who will innovate and adjust, but with the monoliths, Amazon and Apple. We need WAY more competition in that oligopolic marketplace. [end of rant]

          • SchemeyNutButter says:

            Sorry, so fat.

          • Fameless Shamewhore says:

            “…while I’ve always been a voracious reader, like you, FS, I read even more now, and a wider variety of titles, which is hard for me to believe possible.”

            This thisity this. I’ve always been a “big” reader…but often gone through periods where I haven’t got to a bookshop and have run out of things to read. This, as I said above, is a particular expat problem. Now – when a lovely RBD-er recommends a book (like Tremendous Liar; Donkey Repugnant with John Banville, below) – I just download it straight away. I’ve read more wonderful novels in the few months that I’ve had the Kindle than maybe in the whole 12 months before.

            And because the Kindle version of a book costs half the price, and is available immediately, and doesn’t take up any room on my shelves, I much more likely to just “try” a book. So I find I am reading more widely, too.

          • Ex Spurt says:

            (I miss the like button.) Love the knitted case!

          • Dr. Gary says:

            I am liking your knitted case SO HARD. Makes me wish I knew how to knit. So crafty! So cute!

            You need to make these for Kindles/iPads/e-readers and sell them on Etsy.


      I don’t know if the Forum is back up & running, but spoilers here not prefaced as spoilers suck like a d0nkey who can smell new-shoe pleather.

      • Handbag Cohen Stuffed With Hair says:

        I never spoil. Spoilers are the opposite of Handbag.

        • 🙂 I know, but it was a request (okay, a stomping of the hooves) in general — I can never like anything when I hear details in advance, it just skews my expectations.

          • Handbag Cohen Stuffed With Hair says:

            I don’t either. The only time I ever read a review of a book or film without having read/seen it is because I have no intention of doing so. There are some publications I know I’ll never give my time to but I want to know what the general cultural conversation is, so I read reviews instead. I would guess I’ve read 500 times more reviews of films than having seen said films.

          • I have a weird selection process — FI, I may watch the bonus section of a DVD & decide that I really like a film director, then I’ll queue up everything by that director & watch in chronological order (same w/ actors, authors, etc) because I like seeing how their talent broadens. I mostly go for indie movies, subtitles & my fave genre, anything w/ trannies, & if I’m watching something everyone else has already see, it’s more than 5+ years after the fact.

    • Guam in the Shower says:

      OBSESSED with this book! I’m 2/3rds of the way through! But I hear it gets worse towards the end, which is upsetting…

    • Worthless Bag of Ho says:

      ooh! I just got it a few days ago and I’m already hooked! Can’t wait to see what happens.

    • Albie Quirky says:

      Oh, I go buy it now. She is marvelous!

    • Tremendous Liar; Donkey Repugnant says:

      OT: I recently discovered John Banville, and I think he’s the best stylist I’ve ever read. I particularly recommend The Sea, The Untouchable, Doctor Copernicus, and Mefisto.

      • Albie Quirky says:

        He also writes mysteries as Benjamin Black. So versatile. Agree that he is one hell of a stylist!

      • Fameless Shamewhore says:

        Thanks for the rec. Just bought Doctor Copernicus and Christine Falls on your say-so.

      • Handbag Cohen Stuffed With Hair says:

        I think I mentioned John Banville here a couple months ago! Oh my lord, THE INFINITIES is one of my favorite novels of the past few years. So beautiful and mirthful.

    • Fameless Shamewhore says:

      This. THIS right here is one of the main reasons I LOVE RBD! I just read this book a few weeks ago, and even as I started it, I thought that you guys would enjoy it and I really really wanted to post about it but then things got crazy and I never got round to it.

      But it is such a wierd pleasure to have it recommended here. It’s such a great community that gathers around Jacy and JP. Brilliant.

  30. JuLIAR Allison (will never the learn button) says:

    Is it just me or is this hate mail really boring. I mean, I can’t even… I just… ugh.


    • Tremendous Liar; Donkey Repugnant says:

      The White Knights of Queen Donkey’s Court are just so callow and credulous. All three of them.

      • JuLIAR Allison (will never the learn button) says:

        Heh, good point.

        Previous to this I was always astonished that no donkey friend/acquaintances would come and defend her actions and now, even with an OMG!! reality show on Bravo, she can only manage to get three half-hearted attempts at LEAVE DONKEY ALONE!!

        She fails at being a sympathetic figure. I mean, that’s a pretty big fail.


    If Emily is the Sex-Talker …
    & Julia is the Ex-Stalker …
    … is Amy an Eggs-Hawker?

  32. The Final Rose says:

    I apologize if this has been discussed and I missed it, but this fat, sad, jealous hater is deriving real pleasure from scrolling through Julia’s totally over-the-top, try-too-hard Twitter replies these days.

    And to get to the point, didn’t someone here say that Tim Sykes is a total scammer? Because according to Julia, she set him up with Amy and he is a great friend of hers.

  33. Prof. F Camping says:

    so you can rate the various dates so far on miss advised. VOTE DAVID RUBIN!

    • Albie Quirky says:

      I am amazed that Lewish is doing so well, the big palooka.

    • They Call Me Jack says:

      Ray Luv or nothing at all!

    • She's a cruel and strange bitch says:

      I really enjoyed scrutinizing the facial expressions of the guys in the pictures. My favorite is William who looks dazed. I hope they got that poor sap a cab home after that date. He was clearly in no shape to drive after hours of exposure to A Donkey.
      I also found a) creepy that they considered Emily’s dinner with her brother a date and b) funny that they used a still as his picture. Did he refuse to pose for a Bravotv.com picture? That seems in line with his personality on the show and makes me love him. Can we get a show about him?

  34. Julia S. says:

    Negative emotions such as hate and anger are
    indeed hazardous to our health.

    That’s why it’s important to learn to love
    and drop the hate.

    This blog has encouraged me to create a blog that celebrates Julia. Thank you to all the haters. Enjoy chewing on your hate. The more time you spend hating someone the faster you will die. So, thank you for your quick exit from this world.

  35. Norse Horse, Task Ass says:

    I love how on Twitter, actual freakish cat-lady mental cases find Julia on television charming and someone they want to be friends with. This is just made up, but sussed from what she must be getting:

    @JuliaALlison: “I love you, 1m a singel girl too since my sh1t husband left, thank god- we should hang out! I only live a four hour drive away, I’,m on my way to see you!! I’m a lil drunk, see you at 6am or so!!1!

    Julia: “Thank you! I’d love to, but I’m travelling to NY/SF/CH/LA/NY/SF/CH/LA/NY/SF/CH/LA/NY/SF/CH/LA/NY/SF/CH/LA for the next 22 months!! Ugh! It’s such a pain! Watch what happens!

  36. Ex Spurt says:

    Hial Ceasar!

  37. MY Beach Home says:

    She just tweeted about going to NY and Chicago. Do we know why? I think she is hosting some bullshit event in Chicago – wonder if she will even see her family while there. The silence is deafening and they must be mortified. LIU.

    • Albie Quirky says:

      The deballage at the Kenilworth United Church! She’s going to be the MC for this fabulous rummage sale fashion show, attended by powerful moms with fantastic sons!

      Alas, I have failed in my quest to get a Chicago friend to go to this hootenanny.

      • How fuck is it that Julia Allison Baugher goes from tweeting men that gifting pairs of shoes will get you a blow job, & telling viewers of Miss Advised that the perfect date dress to meet a guy’s mom hints of D0nkey blowing you en route, to emceeing fashion shows at the Kenilworth United Church deballage? Really, Power Moms, really?

        No surprise if she gets bumped, but no way she’d ever admit it.

        • Ignoramus with Pelts says:

          Lol I will never get tired of ” power moms” and their “fantastic sons”. Best line ever, Robin.

  38. Badonkeydonk says:

    Uh-oh. A Donkey has been at the sherry again.

  39. SchadenfreudianSlip says:

    I find this hysterical. The show loses more than a hundred thousand viewers. No one comments on her FB page. And yet somehow her Bravo blog, which used to get no comments, has 15 comments? And all are very positive, including a supposed converted hater?

    How many of those do you think come from Donkey? You don’t think Bravo sees right through that.

    Pathetic. Sad. Sociopath.

    • Fameless Shamewhore says:

      Well-spotted, SfS.

      Neither Amy nor Emily have any comments on their blogs, which is exactly what I would have expected. There is NO WAY that all of those commenters are genuine.

  40. Donkeycam Now! says:

    I am very proud of myself, but I am not a faggot, I am more of a homo, you know?

  41. donkolnikov says:

    fellow catladies can we ignore the trolls? most are probably donkey and they aren’t clever or interesting.

  42. flatface says:

    “… What on earth could have possibly gone so wrong in your life that you need to take out your anger on another person? This world is so full of people saying disgusting things about other people, but why?…”

    This is what happened to me:
    When I was about 6 years old, Julia’s parents kicked in the door of my family’s farmhouse in the far rural suburbs outside Chicago.Both wielded sharpened rakes and moved quickly, shouting curses, through the house, overturning furniture and rousing my family members from our beds.

    They marched us outside and made us kneel in the moonless Illinois night. I can still feel the icy frost soaking through my thin pajamas through to my knees now as I write this. As Julia’s mother guarded us, Julia’s father took the gas can for our lawnmower from the shed and doused the thatched roof of our family home. He forced my father to his feet and handed him a lighter, saying nothing. When my father hesitated, Julia’s father prodded him in his buttocks, sharply, with the tines of the sharpened rake.

    Slowly, my father flicked the flint of the lighter and touched it to the roof of his own home.

    Why? You want to ask me why?

    Let me ask you something: why should I see that orange brightness, night after night, when I close my eyes? Why do I have to hear the maniacal laughter of Julia’s father as the flames whooshed over the roof of my home?

    I made a promise to myself, that little boy with the shattering teeth and cold, wet knees, that night. I vowed, that whatever it took, how long it took, wherever it took me, how far I had to go, I would never let Julia become the star of a popular reality tv show.

    I intend to keep the promise to that scared little boy.

    It’s all he has left.

  43. Sarah Fabulous ‏@sarahfabulous
    @JuliaAllison Can we start a match making company based in Silicon Valley? 😉

    3h Julia Allison ‏@JuliaAllison
    @sarahfabulous – um YESSSSS

    Just who is @sarahfabulous, you may be wondering … ? Someone whose kill-kids sense of humor will mesh w/ Julia Allison’s rape-joke sense of humor more seamlessly than any of the glue-on plastic pelt sausage curls she’s ever shilled for, apparently …

    Sarah Fabulous ‏@sarahfabulous
    Three weeks alone with the kids and I can totally get how single moms drive themselves straight into the river!


    • Scooby Don't says:

      Only for sidewards scrolling singles.
      Julia refuses to budge on this important point.

      Plus if you try using “Google” and not “Goggle” to search, dumb asses, you’ll see there are a lot of Silicon Valley matchmakers already touting their services.
      However, most of them claim to be very selective and after they watch a clip reel from Miss Advised , I don’t think any of them are going to have their A-list clients lining up for a weepy, creepy DonkeyDate.
      They, at least, want to protect their reputations.

      • No collusion here, you shitheads! It’s merely coincidence when all the shilldebeasts gift & grift each other w/ prizes & share sloppy-seconds BF’s on the Bravo payroll.

        Mary Rambin ‏@MaryRambin
        The winner of the Tory Burch Bag from @ShopTootsies (drum rollllll) @sarahfabulous – Yay! Thank you to EVERYONE for tweeting! More to come!

        6 Dec Sarah Fabulous ‏@sarahfabulous
        @MaryRambin @ShopTootsies Thank you so much!! I am beyond excited!!

  44. They Call Me Jack says:

    Per Julie, bullying will not be tolerated! She’s taken that stance for all the girls, certainly not the geighs, and mostly for herself!

  45. F. Scott Bitchgerald says:

    I can’t stop thinking about Annie LALALLALALALALALALLALALALALAA doing Yoda on Donkey.

    Anger comes from truth. Truth comes from reality. Reality you not in.


  46. solidarity cat says:

    Has it been mentioned that JA has gone ahead and posted the text to her latest Elle article on facebook? I’m assuming maybe because it is nowhere to be found on Elle’s site. AK kitteh me if I’m being redundant.

    • solidarity cat says:

      I lied; it’s on Elle’s site too.

    • The Final Rose says:

      She can’t find a way to directly link to the article, and God knows it’s so buried on Elle’s site no one will ever find it on their own.

      And in addition to being in love with her own horrible prose (they shared a home!), she wants as many people as possible to read about how she is working so hard to respect Jack McCain’s privacy.

      I’m just surprised she didn’t tag him in the post!

      • Albie Quirky says:

        Her prose isn’t sure it wants to stay in journalism, and anyway it’s getting sent to Guam, but they’ll always be in each others’ lives as people.

        • Malformed Face (Like a Bloated Deli Ham Left in a Hot Mercedes C Class) says:

          She and her prose talk for 3 to 4 hours a day!

    • darling dearest says:

      wow, way to not give your “employer” the page views/ad clicks.

    • Peltergeist says:

      I am normally of the mindset that any guy who dates her gets exactly what’s coming to him. However, she has really made me feel bad for Jack McCain. She’s dragging his name through every little mudpuddle she can find just because of his last name, not even because of something he did. And she’s flat-out lying her ass off. He’s in the position of being embarassed whether he tries to set the record straight or not. She didn’t pull this with that Milo Ventiliawhoever she got her picture taken with — uh, I mean “dated” — and he was famous at the time.

      Her Jack McCain obsession is what’s creepy, white knights. He has been totally silent online about her from day one and has clearly moved on — he lives in Guam and is engaged, ffs — yet she will NOT shut up about him. And their “relationship” was so tenuous that she has to resort to lying to make it look more authentic. He’s probably right to keep quiet on this and just hope it goes away, but I’d love it if she got the public smackdown she so deserves.

      • KashMoney says:

        I slightly disagree…I think she’d be braying about whoever happened to be the last person she dated, if only to provide an “i’m dateable” backstory.

        • The last wallet she dated OR the closest to a household-name she’d dated, depending on which agenda gets the best mpg on scheme juices– sucks to be FlapJack, as he’s two-for-two on that score, & w/ no one lining up to fill his little shoes (excluding desperate Craigslist actors), he’s liable to be THE IT Boy in perpetuity, through out the universe.

          I keep hoping for a wicked plot twist in the last episode, one where FlapJack does set the record straight & then we find out that Ashley Tisdale’s biggest financial backer is Mrs. Nutterworth.

          • ShesJustStupid says:

            Now THAT would be good TV. Actually get the men she dated to set the record straight.

          • darling dearest says:

            prom king and his family must be relieved

          • Greg'sWife (literally) aka DirtyLakeMichigan says:

            [Redacted] is probably giddy. The McCain boy is taking the spot light off him.

    • crazytrain says:

      No, she posted the “unedited” version on her facebook. It’s different than the Elle version. It is to laugh.

      • Wonkeye says:

        I love that she feels like editors are constantly fucking her over by “messing with” her verbal vomit. You couldn’t pay me enough to work with that skag.

        • Albie Quirky says:

          She is saving so much money on electric; you can read and do even the finest embroidery by the light of her burning bridges.

          • crazytrain says:

            Right? I’m no journalist but I’m guessing that it’s faux pas to publish the rough draft of content that you you sold to a publication on your personal website.

      • The Final Rose says:

        Oh my God, that’s amazing.

        I don’t know what Elle’s editors were thinking editing out such clever wordplay as “I feel like a dick.”

  47. Pro Julia! says:

    I think Julia is great and wish her nothing but the best.

    • Edward R. Burro says:

      Congratulations! This is not the blog for you.

    • flatface says:

      How great would you think she was if she and her parents rode their horses into YOUR village in the middle of the night and slaughtered all YOUR live stock? Well, that’s exactly what they did to me and my village. Didn’t leave a single chicken alive. Punishment, or something, they said. For some perceived slight.

      Pretty “great”, huh?

      • Pro Julia! says:

        That does sound great, actually. You and your family must have deserved it. I’m glad they came “after you” as you claim they did. Team Julia all the way!

        • flatface says:

          Maybe you think me and my family deserved it, fine. But what about all those Mexican people found buried at that farm along the US border? Julia did that. Check your facts. You think they deserved it too? Julia Allison is responsible for dozens, if not hundreds, of brutal murders. Here in the US and abroad. Google it.

          • flatface says:

            Julia Allison controls most of the violent outlaw motorcycle gangs in the Western US and Canada.

          • Prof. F Camping says:

            flatface, remind all the new readers about julia price’s metal band again…?

    • Albie Quirky says:

      Me, too. She’s hilarious on “Veep” and does a lot of philanthropy that she’s not at all self-aggrandizing about. Also, she looks so much younger than her age—how does she do it? She’s a pro, that Julia.

      • Malformed Face (Like a Bloated Deli Ham Left in a Hot Mercedes C Class) says:

        I also love her husband Brad!!!!

    • Scooby Don't says:

      Your name is an oxymoron.
      Julia’s never been a pro at anything.
      She even fucks up self promotion.

  48. Peltergeist says:

    This blog wasn’t actually mentioned by name on the TV show. I find it “interesting” that all of these people who can’t think critically or string a sentence together managed to navigate here on their own through Google search.

    • i.just.cant! says:

      julia probably emails her twitter ‘fans’ (vom) and directs them to our basement.

    • Worrisome Pelts says:

      RBD is the first google result for “Julia Allison hate blog.” She’s a whiny asshole, but people can find this place without her help.

    • hamster of hate says:

      My theory: Julia has enlisted the help of a teenaged relative to form a twee little fan club. These shame-mails are a real snooze fest, like they are just using a “stop picking on me” boilerplate they got from LiveJournal.

      • CaptainGary says:

        That’s cute that you think her relatives actually like her.

        JKs, HoH!

        • Malformed Face (Like a Bloated Deli Ham Left in a Hot Mercedes C Class) says:

          How’s the Croatia planning going? I’ve heard amazing things.

          • CaptainGary says:

            Oh, man – speaking of “down the rabbit hole”… it’s just ramping up. We’re flying into Dubrovnik, staying there for a few days (undetermined as yet), then working up the coast to hit Split, then to Istria and hopefully into Slovenia (and maybe Trieste) before flying out of Zagreb. We’re there for 11-12 days, I think?

            Needless to say, we’re super excited – my old lady is kind of an old hand at Europe, but I, despite majoring in history, am making my first journey.

          • tho thorry, tho fat says:

            My family on my mom’s side is from Trieste — I haven’t been, but both my brothers have nothing but wonderful things to say about the people, food, scenery. Enjoy, Captain!

    • Barking Mad says:

      I think a lot of the new twit-fans are Tisdale followers. Lots of them copy her on their drooling to JA. That would explain the level of thinking ability!

  49. The Final Rose says:

    Y’all! I have kind of sort of totally fallen down the Scientology rabbit hole since the TomKat split last week, and the more I read, the more I’m convinced Julia needs to become a Scientologist.

    Seriously — think about it and tell me that it wouldn’t be the most amazing thing to happen to LaDonk since BPC.

    • Malformed Face (Like a Bloated Deli Ham Left in a Hot Mercedes C Class) says:

      It might be the only way she can get back into show biz after Miss Advised #ad.

      • The Final Rose says:

        She could be the next Mrs. Tom Cruise!*

        *Note to Julia who never reads here: Not even in your wildest dreams.

        • Prof. F Camping says:

          hey, his expiration date limit is at 34, donkey still has a few good years left in her according to that scale!

    • crazytrain says:

      Eh, as heinous as Julia is, I wouldn’t really wish that on anyone. They are violent and dangerous.

    • Handbag Cohen Stuffed With Hair says:

      I have had this same thought! I may have thought it today! (I had to stop myself from typing this all in caps, because it’s so true I feel like shouting.)

    • Albie Quirky says:

      Operating Braytan.

    • Grammarian says:

      Like +++++++

    • Norse Horse, Task Ass says:

      I think this is inevitable. I’m surprised she hasn’t already posted something in support of Tom Cruise yet. Like, how “Top Gun” is her favorite movie ever.
      I’ll bet it actually is.

  50. Stripper Shoes at Burning Man says:

    I have a friend who enjoys Miss Advised. She found it on her own without any knowledge of my obese stalker, catlady, basement dwelling ways. Her take: Those ladies are CRAZY and will NEVER find love. Julia is kind of cute, but so horribly annoying, especially her laugh.

    I think that really makes a lot of sense. If you’ve never seen what Julia used to look like, you could think she is cute. But you CAN’T pretend not to see the crazy and the annoying and the fact that she will never find love unless it is with someone who just doesn’t care what an asshole she is (because he’s either such an asshole himself or totally desperate himself).

    This is exactly why I don’t believe these TEAM JULIA people are real. Not for one second. My friend is a HUGE fan of Bravo shows. And even LIKING Miss Advised, and even giving her the benefit of the cute doubt, she still finds Julia Allison to be horrible.

    • AFGHANI says:

      Team Julia = Julia using something to mask her IP. Or else, Lasagna?

    • I had the same impression as your friend. I love all the Bravo shows because they are my junk food and I’m pretty sure most real people watched the show for a few minutes and came to the exact same conclusion.

  51. CaptainGary says:

    I wouldn’t say “proud”…more like “pleased as fuck with myself.”

  52. MissDespised is the New JA Pilot says:

    So I bet 1000 cheese wedges that that was the last episode that will air..

    • The Final Rose says:

      Out of curiosity (which killed the cat lady) I checked my Tivo and the next two episodes are still on the schedule for now. That can obviously change, but I have high hopes that we make it to the fifth episode, which is titled “True Colors.”

    • mule on rouge says:

      Well, this is not encouraging news:

      There are only 25 posts on the Bravo message board for Miss Advised. Last week’s episode only received ONE comment. Hells bells, Love Broker has 35 posts, and it was cancelled after two episodes.

      Maybe you white knights should high-tail it over to Bravo and save your beloved Donkey from getting shitcanned.

    • AFGHANI says:

      I haven’t watched Bravo for a few days… the best way to figure out if it’s working might be to ask, are they running promos? Are they rerunning past episodes to stir up viewership? Or have they given up and moved on? Someone fill me in, I’ve been too busy desk erranding and sleeping.

      • mule on rouge says:

        According to my Comcast guide, here are all of the TV listings currently scheduled for (past) Miss Advised episodes:

        Sunday 7/8-
        Ep 2, 1-2 pm; Ep 3, 2-3 pm

        Monday 7/9-
        Ep 3, 2-3 am and 5-6 pm

        On Demand-
        Eps 2 and 3

        Upcoming Ep 4 will be airing three times between Monday 7/9 at 10 pm and the wee hours of Tuesday morning. Is that what they usually do? I haven’t paid attention to that.

        • How Brayella Got Her Hoove Black says:

          Don’t hold me to specifics, but when I’d posted re-run times on episodes 1 & 2, I think it was the Thursday afternoon of the same week that episode 2 aired.

      • Wonkeye says:

        I just saw a promo. It was all JABA and some candlelight ceremony thing.

        • Chinchilla of Indifference says:

          She’s going to be consulting with a (fellow) witch. That should really impress the church ladies in Chicago!

  53. CaptainGary says:

    Goya, seize her!

  54. Cyndie says:

    I wanted to check out this site because I saw it onthe show. I watched about 3 episodes and for te first 3 seconds I liked Julia and then good gawd! I really cannot stand her any more.

  55. Albie Quirky says:

    Weenie, weedy, wtf?

  56. K_Swizz says:

    O/T but need suggestions from D.C. area catladies-

    I’ll be in town for a training seminar/networking shindig next Thursday-Monday and am literally spending my last quarters just getting to/fro. Any suggestions on fun (cheap, preferably free) things to do in D.C. after hours?

    • BLB says:

      Do you know what area you’re generally staying in?

      • K_Swizz says:

        College Park, MD.

        • BLB says:

          Oh man. My alma mater is there (judge away, Afghani, judge away) Unfortunately other than suggest grody college bars full of college students, I’ve got nothing. Although I haven’t been in that area in many years so maybe something better opened? Sorry :/

    • Donkicles says:

      Walk the Mall after the sun goes down. The monuments are so much better lit up at night.

  57. Grammarian says:

    I’ve been desk erranding and other kinds of erranding, but three points:

    1. The canklehausen, it burns.

    2. When people don’t have to earn a living to pay the rent and buy groceries, they are prevented from learning how to fend for themselves in the world.

    3. What goes around comes around, and karma, she is a bitch.

  58. Malformed Face (Like a Bloated Deli Ham Left in a Hot Mercedes C Class) says:

    This donkey is hella boring.

  59. Cut. Don't use that. says:

    It Baughers the mind how she’s blown yet ANOTHER opportunity because she’s a lazy asshole.

    Despite the fact it’s a completely fake job arranged by Bravo entirely to fulfill the premise of the show, a regular writing gig with Elle COULD be a fantastic launching pad to more work. After screwing up over, and over, and over (and over) again professionally, yet another sweet opportunity landed right in her lap. All she had to do was hunker down, do some real work and she MIGHT have been able to still forge a path as legitimate “writer.”

    Right? NOPE! As usual, lazy Donkey is lazy, and she hands in last-minute crap that reads like the same college sex column drivel she’s been excreting since Georgetown. Rather than realizing she FINALLY had to do some real work, she just figured her same “um…er…oops” “bubbly” writing would just win over Elle and all her new fans.

    It’s always the same shit with this chick. GOD she’s lucky to have a rich family. Can you imagine someone this mentally ill without a cushion like her’s? I literally think she’d be a crazy bag lady.

    • Malformed Face (Like a Bloated Deli Ham Left in a Hot Mercedes C Class) says:

      If I was her I would have done a few things:

      1) Hire myself a stylist, Julia is too cheap – but the investment of looking fantastic in every episode maybe would have helped her parlay this back into pundit land. Maybe

      2) To that end – she should have really thought about what she wanted out of this opportunity – no she’s not going to Bethenny Frankel – but her two LOLco-stars have books to hawk and businesses to promote. As usual, Donkey is lazy and thinks opportunities should come to her. Wrong. She should have something to promote – even a relaunch of NonSociety (rebranded of course)

      3) And to make the above work she should have really, really thought about how she wanted to be portrayed. I’d back Emily in a business venture, she’s on brand, seems strong and consistent. Amy, who can get behind her book? Who would ever aspire to be her? And Donkey looks unstable and mental.

      4) Pay an editor to edit her article before it even goes to Elle, make sure it’s exceptional

      TL;DR – another MAJOR opportunity BLOWN

      • ShesJustStupid says:

        I said it earlier, but it completely blows my mind that she did all this public humiliation for a net of, like, 10K and she has nothing to promote and no job to fall back on. No wonder she’s flying around like a fool again. By the way– leaving California and coming to NYC on the hottest summer weekend of the year just to sweat on the cement streets? GREAT IDEA).

    • Norse Horse, Task Ass says:

      Yer both absolutely right. Really good opportunities blown, because she’s just too stupid and self-obssessed to notice what good opportunities are. Oblivious to the five hundred younger writers behind her, who would love that Elle gig, and could write circles around her with far more relevance. She seems to have no idea how out-of-it she really is, how weirdly middle-aged she’s made herself, but she’s only 31. She really needs to wake up, but as we know, advice is wasted on this one. She doesn’t listen, she’ll keep on being the non-earning parasite with the mind of a teenager that she is, funding her flying-everywhere except for yucky foreign places lifestyle with Daddy’s money. Blown opportunities: quel Donk.

  60. Norse Horse, Task Ass says:

    Julia Allison ‏@JuliaAllison
    Landed at JFK. I’m inclined to just camp out at the airport & read celebrity newsweeklies for the next two days.

    Hey, that’s a plan. Nice admission you have absolutely nothing going on in NYC, no friends who want to see you, Andy isn’t returning your phone calls, your trip is pointless, you’d rather camp out at the airport and read gossip magazines (“celebrity newsweeklies”- lol) than have anything to do in NYC. So, why are you there?

    Julia would rather hang out at the airport for two days, there’s nothing NYC has to offer her on her trip. Saddest tweet ever, but haha, those burnt bridges must stink. No one wants to see her, or take her for dinner. She’d rather hang at the airport reading, “celebrity newsweeklies” which is a very fucking funny phrase to use un-ironically. And oh, this bitch is bereft of irony.

    (Hi Julia! I’ll bet tomorrow she’ll post fun-filled pics of her exciting NYC trip. Andy Cohen will probably be gobbling on men’s anatomies in the Hamptons, where she’s profoundly not invited, but there will be something attempting to prove me wrong. I guess the Tweet itself is a cry for help.)

    • helobabe says:

      Is reading celebrity newsweeklies similar to this site? I think so…minus her not being a celebrity…THAT’S BULLYING!

      • Tremendous Liar; Donkey Repugnant says:

        “Is reading celebrity newsweeklies similar to this site?”

        Yes, but it was even more similar back when this site was called Reblogging NewsweeklySociety.

        I’m going be talking about newsweeklies for some time because this portmantbray is making me lol and lol. Sorry in advance.

        • Prof. F Camping says:

          portmantbray! is that kind of like a maladonkism, only with fewer eggcorns?

    • Tremendous Liar; Donkey Repugnant says:

      Hahaha “newsweeklies” is one of the dumber words she’s used in some time, which is saying something. As I was taught by an adolescent hero, George Carlin, adding nonsensical syllables to try to make things sound more important than they are gets you flagged by the lab for being a pompous dumbass.

  61. Barking Mad says:

    OT – for your weekend entertainment. Meowify any website. Cause we all need more cats!


  62. Chinchilla of Indifference says:

    It’s baffling to me that Julia & Co. couldn’t manage to get EVEN A HANDFUL of people from their collective friends, family members, readers, clients, and fans to make a few supportive comments on the Bravo forum (or anywhere else). The number of trolls/white knights they’ve managed to rile up don’t even number in the double digits.

    What good are Julia’s umpty-thousand Facebook fans and Twitter followers, if they can’t be harnessed for promotional purposes? Why isn’t her home filled to bursting with bouquets of flowers, thoughtful gifts, and cards of congratulations? Why isn’t she being inundated with freebies and designer goodies from PR reps hoping to get a mention or a photo of Julia with their wares? Where are Julia’s PR reps?

    Was she ashamed to promote this show, knowing it was going to be a disaster? Or was she just being her usual lazy-ass self?

    It’s all so gregdamn sad, I can hardly take it.

  63. 90degrees says:

    i’ve followed julia and this website for years now but this is the first time i’ve ever gone out of my way to comment on anything. it was never worth my time but i just watched all 3 episodes of miss advised and i can’t sleep, so here goes.

    i, like many of you, find julia fascinating. i want to like her but she is constantly sabotaging herself. but i think this show is really going to help her make the personal developments she needs to not be so neurotic and self-unaware. if she can’t have a “transformation” after doing a show like this, then she really has no hope. but i have a feeling that she really will transform. and i’m rooting for her.

    i will also say that i find this website really, really disturbing. yeah, i get it, you guys are just gossiping about a “celebrity” who dishes out a lot of material to poke fun at, but the extent to which you guys deconstruct everything she does comes across a little bit, well, unhinged. i loved the original “reblogging baugher” blog. that was snark and mockery done right. but this…and i can’t believe i’m going to write this, but i actually feel sorry for you guys whenever i come here and i can’t say that for many things on the internet. yeah, whatever, you may have successful careers and relationships and whatnot, but to be the kind of person who sets aside time in their day to write the evil drivel that infiltrates this blog is one who deserves pity. yes, julia is annoying and neurotic, but you guys are just not good people. there is hope for julia to fix her ways but i really don’t think there is hope for your hearts.

    • juliaspublicist cried his rhinestone off juliaspublicist says:

      So, um, let me see if I have this right? You have followed this blog, as well as its predecessor for years, yet somehow, you are better than the other people who have done the same? I’m glad I got that straight.

      And you do realize that this show is not unfolding in real time and that filming ended months ago. And as far as I can tell it’s been nothing but a lather, rinse and repeat of cuntish behavior from our dear donkey, including leaking the name of someone she is supposedly dating to this very site, a site she claims has caused her unspeakable harm.

      Yes, you’re right. There’s hope for her yet!

      • 90degrees says:

        i don’t think it’s being on the show itself that will change her but the reaction that she receives. she will see that her haterz are not confined to some obscure basement-dwelling cat-ladies but that her actions actually repel the masses.

        chances are, you’re probably right, she will not change. and i have no idea why a small part of me roots for her even though i continuously find myself repulsed by some of her actions. i guess it’s because i see her kind of like the under-dog and she actually does has some endearing qualities.

        i’m not a frequent reader of this blog. i do visit it when she does something ridiculous but once i start reading the comments, i immediately regret coming here. again, i think julia warrants some snark (a la reblogging baugher) but the extent to which you guys do it is a bit cray.

        • juliaspublicist cried his rhinestone off juliaspublicist says:

          You are a god damn idiot and the worst type of troll, some one who is repulsed by her but then gets all sanctimonious that others are repulsed by her. When you run here to read her whenever she does something that offends you, don’t act all offended because others do the same.

          Fuck off, you fucktard.

    • fig says:

      You realize there is not one mind-melted force at work here, right? Commenters have pretty varied views, and even the blog itself is written by two distinct people and voices. All we have in common is the belief that a) Julia is a horrible, horrible human being. And maybe b) it all comes down to real estate and window treatments.

      I am not sure how to better express this, but you are confusing the chorus with the singer. And it’s just as idiotic as me actually answering you to repeat that drivel about how we must all be the same evil and sad person. And no, the fact that this blog hurts Julia does not mean that actually it is some collective us that is hurting and just can’t help itself to lash out at random awesome ladies. And what does “hope for your hearts” even mean?

      • Cola chamPagne says:

        Speak for yourself. I don’t think she is horrible. Immature and ridiculous, yes, but horrible? She’s not violent, she’s just a douche.

        • fig says:

          Fair enough.

          I guess I stepped on my own point there a bit.

          I think she is horrible. I do not think she is fat. I think she immature, selfish, entitled and kind of stupid. I do not think she is a harmless idiot.

        • KrakenSkulls says:

          FUCK THAT SHE IS HORRIBLE. do you even remember what she did to the bicycle community? fucking named her shill bike cupcake and shit fucking gtfo.

          the only thing unhinged around here is her fucking agape mouth.

      • 90degrees says:

        the comments are much worse than the posts.

    • hamster of hate says:

      Sanctimonious and stupid is no way to go through life, 90D.

    • Pescachickenarian says:

      Until that last line I was thinking that you were a very forgiving person; Julia has done some terrible things and blown many wonderful opportunities. I was thinking it was interesting that even now you could think that she could redeem herself, given she has never really tried to or given an indication she wanted to change.

      After the last line, I ask myself, are we worse than her? Why do you root for her redemption but believe we are incapable of it? That’s a big call to make. I mean, Would you change your mind if I told you I too once dressed up as the condom fairy on Halloween? How about if I told you I was in a reality show? Would that make me a candidate for redemption?

      Why root for her? Why not a genuinely nice person who hasn’t been given opportunities to succeed? Someone up and coming with a talent? Why this one?

      I think you’ve been watching Julia for years because you are one of her parents.

      • 90degrees says:

        maybe you’re right. reading my post now (i wrote it super late after putting a crying baby to sleep for the nth time), i immediately regret writing the parts about the hearts. i mean, i don’t necessarily completely disagree with it, i just can’t articulate what i mean. i just find the content and the comments on this website really, really extreme and strange.

        i root for her, in part, because i pity her. if she had any normal level of self-awareness, i think she wouldn’t do a lot of the evil things she’s perpetuated.

        i’m not her parents but man, i wouldn’t mind having that nice lakeview house! her parents seem so cool and normal…that is my biggest question in all of this: how did they create HER?

        • Pescachickenarian says:

          As another relatively new parent, I can sympathise. As for her parents, all I can think of is a lack of boundaries combined with the special snowflake syndrome and the upper middle class belief that money can and will fix anything, including poor parenting.

    • Sacred Scrapbooks Picture Consultant says:

      Maybe you have a crystal ball; I don’t. I have no belief in magical transformations, though — particularly when someone is looking for a new story to sell about themselves because the old ones have fallen flat. Julia likely sees “transformation” as the next path to fame and fortune, probably in book form. The errors of her ways etc. Can she tell that story convincingly, without the attention whore, self-apologist and copy-cat in her making it a mockery? It’s possible, but I wouldn’t bet that way.

      • 90degrees says:

        maybe she needs to really hit rock-bottom, which to her probably means being 40, single, and fat. and by fat, i mean having an unhealthy BMI. i would kill to have her waistline.

        • juliaspublicist cried his rhinestone off juliaspublicist says:

          And exactly how you are rooting for her? Because I can argue that we are doing the same when we say, time and time again, ad nauseum, “GET A FUCKING THERAPIST.”

          Jesus Christ, you’re an idiot.

        • juliaspublicist cried his rhinestone off juliaspublicist says:

          And instead of threatening to end a human life for the sake of your own vanity, why don’t you get on a fucking treadmill?

          Jesus Christ, you are a MONSTER!

          • 90degrees says:

            lol. oh juliapublicist, little do you know that you are actually more entertaining than julia herself. it’s only a matter of time before there’s a “reblogging juliapublicist” (if there wasn’t one already).

            again, i think there is room for snark. i am not judging you for criticizing julia. but the degree to which you foam at the mouth is really bizarre. it’s like you are genuinely angry and spiteful, not only of julia, but of anyone who does not hate her as much as you do. get over it and bring back reblogging baugher.

          • 90degrees says:

            oh, and FWIW, i workout regularly and weigh less than julia does but i will never have her skinny waist. but if it takes torturing and murdering an innocent baby to get it, i’ll do it, cuz i’m vain like that.

          • hamster of hate says:

            I just want to show you some love, 90Degrees. You give as well as you get, comment-wise. I also want to say that I believe most of the over-the-top comments are just exaggerated for comic effect.

          • juliaspublicist cried his rhinestone off juliaspublicist says:

            I’m hardly foaming at the mouth. I wish no ill will toward Julia. The only thing I hope for her is that she finally gets the help from a mental health professional that she needs. Other than that, it is the mesmerizing fascination of a train wreck. And even that fascination is losing steam. The primary reason why I blog here is because I love the commenting community and I want to keep the conversation going. I don’t really see what is angry or spiteful about that. And how exactly am I angry and spiteful, while your shit smells like roses? From what I gather from your comments, you and I have roughly the same opinions of Julia.

            And I don’t really care how others feel about Julia. Everyone is entitled to their opinion, even if their opinion makes them look like an idiot. What I find annoying about you, other than your fascination with baby killing and your waistline, is your hypocritical point of view. You don’t like Julia, but OMG JP IS HORRIBLE BECAUSE HE DOESN’T LIKE JULIA MORE, BUT YOU MUST RUN TO RBD WHEN JULIA DOES SOMETHING STUPID BECAUSE YOU NEED TO KNOW WHAT JP, JACY AND THE COMMENTERS ARE SAYING ABOUT IT, BUT OMG YOU NOW MUST JUDGE THEM BECAUSE THEY HAVE THE SAME OPINIONS YOU HAVE, ONLY THEY HAVE EXPRESSED THOSE COMMENTS ON THE INTERNET.

            And I’m failing to see how we are different than what Baugher is doing. I agree, Baugher is wonderful and deserves a seat at the right hand of God, but there is nothing different about what Baugher did, and what Jacy and I do.

            And guess what? Baugher is still doing it! Here in the comments that you so despise!

            And I agree, there should be a Reblogging Julia’s Publicist. It’s about time someone dedicated themselves day in and day out to showing the world how awesome I am.

  64. BLB says:

    Finally watched the beach scene (with sound off because ugh). She really runs around in circles! You can tell how embarrassed everyone is, especially TJ. Canklehausen!

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