Remember When Donk Couldn’t Eat Dairy, Had Celiac’s Disease?

I guess something changed from when she was told to strictly avoid eggs, dairy, wheat, and every other foodstuff known to man because poor pelty princess, boohoo.

Instead of chocolate, @TimothySykes ordered THE MOST INSANELY DELICIOUS cheesecake from Carnegie Deli. Now I feel sick

And the day before insisting on Twitter she only ate gluten-free cupcakes because of her gluten issues, there was this photo of her about to hoover a big-assed salmon burger on what looks like a big-ass, wheat-filled, gluteny hamburger bun. How odd!

Andrew Roin’s Food Truck Wedding in SF! I’m holding a GF salmon burger. YUM.

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261 Responses to Remember When Donk Couldn’t Eat Dairy, Had Celiac’s Disease?

  1. Gone with the Drapes says:

    wtf?

    • LOL says:

      she probably is just holding it for the photo op with no intention of eating it…she’s crazy like that

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

        God that was funny. “I WAS JUST HOLDING IT!”

        • How Brayella Got Her Hoove Back says:

          “Calm down! It’s not like I eat real food …”

          • Queen Neferteeri says:

            She just hoovers it.

          • She is in LA now, right? So maybe she’s like that guy from SATC — Miranda’s ex, maybe? — who moved to LA and would chew food and spit it out? Does it count if you don’t swallow?

            (More importantly, do you still get the shoes if you don’t swallow?)

        • mule on rouge says:

          “Here I am with salmon.”

          • Prof. F Camping Prof. F Camping says:

            oh, oh, THAT was funny. and in the same comment thread she talks about her “loose [bowel] movements.” GOLD.

          • mule on rouge says:

            Also, “No, actually, I don’t have an eating disorder. And I think it’s ridiculous for someone who doesn’t know me to argue that I do.” –Julia “I cured my bulimia in college” Allison

          • How Brayella Got Her Hoove Back says:

            “Yes, I got professional help for my bulimia. And it didn’t come back.”
            ~Julia Allison Baugher

            If by “IT” she means that she caused a mental health professional to run screaming into the night, then sure, for once I actually believe lying-ass Mulia Mallison …

          • SirClompsAlot says:

            Oh Jesus I love the “C’MON” in the post the Prof linked. I’m using that.

            C’MON

        • LOL says:

          right, it is just a prop, like my dog, my boyfriend and my sanity

          • LOL says:

            FYI: my sister has Celiac’s Disease. When we first found out, I thought it sounded made up…but it’s no joke. She gets violently ill. Restaurants claim the food is gluten free and then make it in an area with food that contains gluten…so cross contamination. Or a busboy runs it to the table with the wrong dressing. She stays sick for two weeks every time it happens. Quite frankly, if you can have and enjoy gluten, you are lucky.

        • Prof. F Camping Prof. F Camping says:

          i was just holding the cookie! then i threw the whole box — jack’s mom’s cookies, btw — away so i wouldn’t be tempted! love and light!

  2. Donk. Donk. Who's There? says:

    I’m so fucking sick of this asshole and her GF bullshit. I just spent a week with my little cousin who has celiac disease. Her mother chairs the local celiac org. Everything in their kitchen is labeled GF or not GF, right down to separate toaster ovens. The fear of cross contamination is great. I bought my own whole wheat bread and knew to use the GF margarine (no wheat had touched it,) to wipe down the counter thoroughly and put the knife straight in the dishwasher after making a sandwich. My sweet 8 yr old cousin deals with her disease with a smile on her face, although she says it’s hard sometimes because she doesn’t know anyone else who has it and she can get jealous of what her brother gets to eat. She never runs around braying, “loooook at meeeeeee! I have celiac!!! Me me meeeeee!!”

    So Julia Allison, because I know you read here every single day, all day, and you’ll never convince us otherwise……… Shut. The. Fuck. Up. About your celiac disease. I don’t believe you have it in the first place. Nobody does. It’s just another way for you to call attention to yourself. And if you actually have it, then like everything else in your life, you’re doing it wrong. Quit insulting the people who actually suffer from it and deal with it in a dignified way, day in and day out, you tool.

    • How Brayella Got Her Hoove Back says:

      Who does she think buys into her bullshit that a small food truck would ever claim to be able to avoid cross-contamination, much less actually pull it off? Seems like a huge liability issue for ‘em if & when they fail to pull it off, so I don’t think they’d even go that route … & people I know w/ any sort of disease tend to be rather humbled by it & certainly don’t bray about it like it’s their biggest accomplishment.

      Fuckwad D0nkey is a fuckwad.

    • sausage curls/fingers says:

      I have relatives who have it too. They have to do all the things you said and can get sick for days just from someone dipping their knife in the mayonnaise after it touched bread. Every dinner out involves looking up menus online, double checking with waiters about sauces, adding the specification to the reservation, etc (as I’m sure your cousin’s family has to do). This vile idiot has never had to deal with any of that.

    • Delurked says:

      two of my four kids have celiac. the other two have severe nut allergies. ages 5, 9, 12, and 13. she can fuck off.

      • Delurked says:

        and i’m too tired to get into all the details, but yeah – separate toasters, separate tubs of butter, separate freezers, the color sticker system in the pantry, sending them to birthday parties with their own cupcakes, etc etc…we do all of that as well.

  3. meanguy says:

    “Fins on the hoof — where the sea meets the barnyard.”

  4. Jesus donk Christ says:

    Yeah… When you have celiac you can’t even touch gluten products. If your diet isn’t 100 percent gluten-free, then it doesn’t work. I think Donk thinks that this gives her an interesting quirk (and an excuse to eat less?). Mo-ron.

    • KS says:

      It’s an excuse to puke.

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

      She gets off on public sympathy. She’s a drama queen. I have a frenemy like this — totally loves it when one of her parents is ill, goes on and on about how they’re dying and how dare you not show her the sympathy she deserves?? A week later, they’re fine, and she acts like it never happened. She also claims to have a terrible disease that will soon kill her — Grave’s Disease. It’s a fucking thyroid condition, very common, easily controlled by a readily available medication.

      I hate people like this. I’d pretty much have to have a cancerous brain tumor oozing out of my ears before I’d want anyone knowing.

    • sausage curls/fingers says:

      There are types of celiac where you can get cancer just from eating gluten too much. Some people are considered at risk if they just eat a glutened sauce on an entirely gluten free meal one time in several years. Celiac can be a really serious disease and she’s just pissing on the people who actually suffer from it.

      • Grammarian says:

        A child in my kid’s grade brings her own birthday cake slices to parties because she would be in the hospital if she ate the regular cake

  5. Stalker is the new very meandering home intruder says:

    OT: I want to start planning a beach vacation for next year. I am open to anywhere from Delaware to Georgia (i hate florida). I like going where other people are NOT. Does anyone know of an uncool beach? I would want to be able to go into the water, not just look at it. My budget for lodging for a week would be about up to $1500 and I’d prefer to stay in a place with a kitchen and washer/dryer. It will be four people.

    • How Brayella Got Her Hoove Back says:

      Not the direction that you indicate, but I have some relatives who annually rent a cabin on one of the Lake Erie islands they talk like it’s secluded … maybe that’s worth checking into?

      • Stalker is the new very meandering home intruder says:

        Lake Erie is so gorgeous. I promised the little one a beach though, “with the water going swoosh swoosh”…we’ve been watching the Rockford Files and if we could go back in time and buy Jim Rockford’s trailer we totally would.

        • Bravo's Bitch says:

          Depends where on Lake Erie. I live in Buffalo/Hamburg, NY on the lake and it is mosquito summers and biting wind winters. But other areas are lovely.

    • Jordache & the Pelts says:

      I recommend the southern shores area of the Outer Banks, NC – if you are going in the spring or fall) That’s where we have our house, and it’s amazing and you pretty much have the beach to yourself off season (and often the water is still warm enough for swimming in the fall). Even during the season Southern Shores isn’t too packed because it is private for owners and renters (no public access). Also, the area is considered a bird sanctuary and commercial development is banned (but shopping is nearby in Duck, Kitty Hawk, etc). I think you can rent a house for that budget. Those massive, high occupancy houses are discouraged in SS but some are cropping up. Also, you have access to both the surf side and the sound, great for bike riding, some houses like mine are by ponds. Mist very laid back, family there.
      Incidentally, I went to , which is further up the outer banks, for the first time since in 20 years and was shocked how it’s become like Ocean City with overdevelopment and tackiness. It used to be empty, pretty, and pristine, with wild horses. I’m so glad our area Southern Shores is protected but I must say there are a lot more houses since we first built nearly 30 years ago. I’m so selfish when it comes to the beach!

      • Stalker is the new very meandering home intruder says:

        Oh thanks, this is great info. Yeah Ocean City is everything I hate (spent senior week in OC, MD when I graduated from high school, and UGH) so I’m looking for its exact opposite if I can find it.

        What about hurricanes though?

      • Jordache & the Pelts says:

        I went to “corolla” meant to say. Greg, all that development was shocking.

      • I was about to suggest OBX.

        Went with my family when I was in high-school over the summer and it was always very peaceful and relaxing, and the beaches were usually empty. We rented a nice house for pretty cheap.

    • Grifty Shades of Bray says:

      I have 3 vintage vacation cottages in a gorgeous and unspoiled “old Florida” part of SW FL a mile from a really nice beach, but since you don’t want FL ( I actually hate most of FL too), I would suggest looking on homeaway dot com or vrbo dot com and search for some beach cottages up and down the coast that fit your requirements. maybe one of the islands off Georgia would be a good choice.

      If you change your mind to include FL, check out Anna Maria Island, Cortez, Venice, Nokomis, Englewood, Boca Grande, Gulfport.

      • Stalker is the new very meandering home intruder says:

        you’re tempting me!!!

        • Grifty Shades of Bray says:

          Look at floridaloha dot com,that is me :-) Discounts for cat peeps, too.

          • Stalker is the new very meandering home intruder says:

            awesome! Thanks so much, I will check it out! I do love old-style Florida.

          • Grifty Shades of Bray says:

            My favorite months in this area are Nov, Dec and April and May. All cheaper and less crowded because it is off our high season. Water is still warm and great in Nov. Season (Jan-Mar) is least advisable, height of our tourist season.

          • How Brayella Got Her Hoove Back says:

            OMGreg, Casa Nokomis …
            I want to go to there!

          • Greg says:

            Wow, I LOVE the sound of your properties! Bookmarking your site.

          • Grifty Shades of Bray says:

            Thanks! Y’all come visit sometime if you are in the area, even if it is just for a tropical rum cocktail. I have the vintage tiki mugs!

          • Dr. Gary says:

            @Grifty Shades of Bray

            That sounds amazing. I want a tropical rum cocktail in a vintage tiki mug!

          • Dr. Gary says:

            I love the Eagle’s Nest! The living room furniture and bathtub are amazing.

            How fun would it be to plan a big cat lady getaway and we all stay at these little cottages?

            Have never been to FL. Always wanted to go. Especially the Florida Keys.

      • EyeRoller says:

        I have a relative that lives there and yes Grifty, it’s a very pretty area.

      • Greg says:

        Grifty, I had a look and was so charmed. Do you ever have groups rent at the same time – 6 couples, for example, something like that? I would love to do that with friends.

        • Greg says:

          that was supposed to go above, sorry.

        • Grifty Shades of Bray says:

          Yes, I have had that and it has been a lot of fun. I live on site and often get invited to join in, and we have bbqs and garden and beach parties together. I have house concerts on site also and bring in touring musicians. We have kayaking outings, you can walk to the launch site. I just love doing this and am still trying to get the word out there.

    • cola champagne says:

      Outerbanks, NC

      • cola champagne says:

        Outer Banks. I stayed in Duck, but there are a lot of great areas if you start looking now and it’s very affordable.

        • Stalker is the new very meandering home intruder says:

          someone else IRL rec’d the Outer Banks too, I will check it out, thank you!

        • Grammarian says:

          duck is awesome fun. get a house with a lot of people and start drinking when you wake up.

          • Jordache & the Pelts says:

            I can remember when there was nothing in Duck except for the Wee Winks, so all the development and summer traffic there is still jarring. That said, it is beautiful there and the town has done an AMAZING job with the preservation and parks and piers on the sound side – it is truly spectacular at sunset. Also the bike lanes are wonderful, I ride my bike there every day from our house Southern Shores when I’m down (which isn’t often enough- I could shake my city ways and live there full time and be totally happy). I do recommend off season when there are fewer people, I’m partial to September/October despite the occasional hurricane. I go there for a week after Christmas every year and it’s lovely – and fen warm- even then.

          • Stalker is the new very meandering home intruder says:

            a bunch of people getting drunk all day is the opposite of what I’m looking for.

          • Jordache & the Pelts says:

            @stalker: the outer banks I know is decidedly not a party place, more like spending healthy days in the surf and on the beach and visiting nature preserves and the Wright memorial and
            Kill Devil Hills and cooking dinner with family and friends and going to bed happy and early. If there’s a bar scene there I’ve never seen it. It’s very quiet and family.

          • Sake Bombardier says:

            Jordache, LOL @ Wee Winks. I remember those days fondly. I was a teenager looking for trouble. No wonder my parents chose Duck year after year.

      • iwasinside says:

        a thousand times yes!

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

      Outer Banks of N.C. is GORGEOUS. And beautiful beaches.

      • Handbag Stuffed With Hair says:

        I live in NC so all my beach trips are here (except this past summer, when we took the crew to Siesta Key, FL). The Outer Banks are really, really beautiful, but can be treacherous for smaller people. Depending on where you are the riptides are REAL. My favorite spot by far (not on the Outer Banks) is Sunset Beach, part of the Emerald Isle chain. There’s a narrow, two-lane bridge leading on to it from the mainland, and big trucks can’t really get over it. There are lots of big beach houses of the normal variety but only a couple small motels. It’s a very sweet place. You can check out available houses here.
        http://www.sunsetbeachnc.com/index.htm
        Beach front can get expensive, but we’ve stayed one or two streets back a few times and it’s still lovely. But I also second parts of the Gulf in Mississippi.

        • Handbag Stuffed With Hair says:

          But yes, the Outer Banks are still the most gorgeous. The interesting thing about the beach houses I’ve rented there, as opposed to at Sunset or Holden, is that they all had swimming pools.

          • Stalker is the new very meandering home intruder says:

            Someone else said Emerald Isle too, i might have to go there based on the name alone, it sounds HEAVENLY.

          • Stalker is the new very meandering home intruder says:
          • ShesJustStupid says:

            Do they ever have anything smaller that’s on the beach? Like for just 2 people?

          • Handbag Stuffed With Hair says:

            Stalker, I’m pretty I’ve stayed in that house, or one just like it. The beach front houses all have very wide and deep second/third story verandas, and there’s no place better on earth.

            ShesJustStupid, I’m not sure, because I have a big family (and a BIG extended family) so I’ve never paid attention. I should mention, though, that there are cheaper places on the inland waterway, and a lot of those houses are much nicer for less money. If you’re poking around on the website, beachfront is called 1st Street, and I think the inland waterway is called Sandpiper Dr. (I think.) There’s no disadvantage to staying on the waterway, as far as I can tell.

          • Stalker is the new very meandering home intruder says:

            that swine house is BOOKED dammit!! All these people with their beach houses that want to use them. LET ME USE YOUR BEACH HOUSE. GRRRRR.

      • ShesJustStupid says:

        While we’re off topic, I’ll ask my question here: I’ll be in Ireland over Christmas with the bf’s family. Last time we flew Ryan Air from Kerry airport to London after Christmas for a few days. It was great. Is there another spot in Europe that might be open for business between Christmas and NYE? We were thinking Paris this year, but I don’t know what it’s like that time of year. Thoughts?

        • Fameless Shamewhore says:

          What about coming and visiting us cat peeps in Berlin? Sooooo much going on – fun to be had of every version – partying / night life – art, art, art – lovely, possibly snowy woods and, if we’re lucky, frozen lakes…Come! There is at least one more cat lady here and we can get together!

          • Cake Liar says:

            Scotland! I think I’m the only Scottish cat lady, come and dwell in this basement – google Glasgow, Edinburgh, Loch Lomond x

          • ShesJustStupid says:

            I’ve thought about Scotland–I’ve been there before around that time, but many years ago. Spent time in Edinburgh and then went to the Isle of Skye, which was completely shut down. I had to stay in a B&B that was normally closed. Some kind family took me in. So Edinburgh post-Christmas would be open? I’d actually love to go to a German speaking country as well, as my German is so bad, but it’s the only language I used to half-way be able to speak. It doesn’t shut down around Christmas?

          • Cake Liar says:

            Edinburgh post Christmas is party town – Hogmanay and the lead up to it makes it a very lively city indeed! So handy to pop over to from Ireland as well – you could fly or take the ferry.

          • Stalker is the new very meandering home intruder says:

            I would SO love to visit Berlin or Scotland, BELIEVE ME. If I had Julia Allison’s goddam money and time you’d better believe I’d go somewhere other than NY!LA!CHI like a fucking moronic rodent.

          • fig says:

            As much as I love Berlin, but in the winter? Aren’t their songs about how awful it is at that time?

            I would be a happy German cat guide (Heidelberg, not Berlin), but I don’t really recommend the big cities here at that time of year. Maybe going snow hiking and cross country skiing in the Thuringian forrest, but that’s pretty obscure.

          • Sake Bombardier says:

            Fameless, I am dying to come to Berlin! Actually, I want to move there but first things first.

        • Who do you think you are? says:

          I went to Paris between Christmas and NYE last year. I’ve not been there during a normal time, as a comparison, but we had no trouble doing the things we wanted to do and eating at wonderful restaurants every day and night. Weather was pleasant enough (though occasionally cloudy/rainy) for walking around most of the day, considering the time of year.

    • flatface says:

      Oh! Go to South County in Rhode Island – Narragansett, So. Kingstown, etc. It’s across the bay from fancy schmancy Newport, but is weirdly unspoiled and uncrowded. It’s where people who used to go to Cape Cod now go. It’s beautiful and there are tons of free beaches. And good un-fancy seafood.
      It’s also cheaper than Cape Code or the nice Jersey Shore places. You can rent a whole house for week for like a grand. We New Englanders call it the Irish Riviera, cuz it’s a place where like mailmen and firefighters and such have bare-bones cottages and go fishing in the surf.

      • Stalker is the new very meandering home intruder says:

        Oh that sounds lovely. I will check it out, thanks FF.

      • Grifty Shades of Bray says:

        I’ve stayed in this area before and loved it.

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

        Hahaha, I have family there and spent a lot of time there, let me know if you go, I can give you deets.

    • maid of dishonor says:

      I know you said “not Florida” but I love the Gulf coast. (The part of Florida that should really be part of Alabama/Georgia.) The beaches in Walton County (Rosemary, Blue Mountain, Grayton, Seagrove, etc.) are beautiful and those beach towns do not allow high rise condominium developments. Emerald water, sugar-white sand…I miss it! I’ve never actually stayed in Blue Mountain, but it’s where I’d want to go next:

      http://www.visitsouthwalton.com/blue-mountain

      • maid of dishonor says:

        Oh and Southwest Airlines started flying into the new airport at Panama City Beach in the past couple years, so it might mean reasonable airfare.

    • I’d suggest going to Charleston, South Carolina — look for rentals on Craigslist or talk to someone in the tourism office down there. I stayed there for an entire summer in a tiny place I found that way. There are more developed beaches and places — it’s a shame, really — but there are still out-of-the-way places, too. Try to fit in a paddling trip on one of the islands… when I did that, I saw dolphins up close. (I’m not sure, but Kiawah Island was one of the less-developed places then. Not sure about now, though. If you’re interested I can get in touch with some of my friends in the area and see what they’d recommend.)

      • Stalker is the new very meandering home intruder says:

        i’d love that!! thank you!!

      • EyeRoller says:

        You read my mind.

        Stalker: I just asked my friend for you. He’s a seasoned traveler and he just told me he likes Sullivan’s Island, SC because it’s pretty, quaint, and close to Charleston.

        • Yes! And read novels by Anne River Siddons… she’s the reason I wanted to summer in Charleston. Her books are romance-y but of a more intelligent, feminist sort. I’ve never really liked romance/chick-lit, but I adore her books. (One is called Sullivan’s Island, I think!)

    • Prom Party Burnout says:

      My 2 cents–
      Outer Banks, NC – Over developed, bad dining choices and bad service, cheep grocery stores–plan on BBQing a lot, fun night life, small beach, rough surf

      Bald Head Island, NC – Minimally developed, no cars allowed on island, eco-friendly, recommend getting week-long memberships at the beach club and the golf club (awesome dining and entertainment there). Very private except when Kate Gosslin and plus 8 are there!

      Kiawah Island, SC – Amazing beach, world-class golfing (The Ocean Course), nice public parks, low country cuisine, The Sanctuary for 5 star dinning or spa treatments, take a day trip to Charleston

      Isle of Palms, SC – Amazing beach, good golfing, low country cuisine, take a day trip to Charleston

      Hilton Head, SC – Amazing beach, Omni Hilton for a late night out, great tennis and golf facilities, great restaurants, take a day trip to Savannah, if you do not like crochfruit, avoid the Disney Hilton Head Resort like the plague

      • Worrisome Pelts says:

        Second the Isle of Palms recommendation.

      • melting marionette says:

        second vote for kiawah. spent some great summers there.

      • Sake Bombardier says:

        Closer to Wilmington, NC, you can go to Topsail Island/Surf City, which is really nice and the water is somewhat calmer than the Outer Banks.

        Also, I second the Charleston and Isle of Palms suggestions. There are some decent places on AirBNB (hey, I learned at least one good tip from Julia!).

        I’m also interested in Beaufort, SC, but have never been.

    • EyeRoller says:

      @MEANDERING: Look, so you get an idea, I found an example of a place that fits perfectly into your budget, w/desired amenities you mentioned, on Sullivan’s Island, SC. Charming old home near beautiful beach and also historic Charleston. Hope this link works:
      http://www.vrbo.com/82107#rates

    • sausage curls/fingers says:

      Kure Beach, NC. It’s an island really south on the Carolina coast. It’s become more commercialized recently and is next to Carolina Beach but it’s much less crowded and it’s still a relatively sleepy town. The water is really warm and the beach is beautiful. The sand isn’t rocky and it’s clear and clean. There’s a nice aquarium and Civil War fort on the island and most of the houses have walkways straight to the beach and are on the water.

      • Stalker is the new very meandering home intruder says:

        Thanks I will take a look!

        OBESE HATERS ARE THE BEST LOVE YOU ALL!!!!

    • Don't have a clever name says:

      I have to give Georgia some love here! Check out St. Simons Island or Jekyell Island.

      They are down in South Georgia and both have great beaches. Jekyll Island is a state park so it doesn’t have a ton of development on it but the beach is lovely and there are not too many people there. St. Simons is larger and more developed but the beaches still aren’t crazy crowded (not like Jersey or Hilton Head) and there are more restaurants/bars.

      Also, I just moved to Philly from Georgia three weeks ago, and I’ve heard Rohoboth Beach in Delaware is nice and it is also where Dogfish Head is brewed!

      Any other cat ladies in Philly?

      • EyeRoller says:

        I’m not in Philly, but I wanted to chime in with a thumbs up on St. Simons, GA; it’s right next to Sea Island but more affordable.

      • Greg says:

        Not in Philly either but a) I get there a couple times a year and b) I hear great things about Rehoboth.

        What brought you to Philly and do you like it?

        • Don't have a clever name says:

          The catman took a job in Camden, NJ. We smartly decided to live in Philly as Camden is kinda scary. I like it so far – tons of good food!!!

          • AFGHANI says:

            Enjoy Philly. I will always have a soft spot for the hometown. Resist temptation to move to the suburbs if you have kids (this probably goes for any city and is just my opinion, obvs).

      • Psychotic Today says:

        Not in Philly but spend a lot of time visiting friends there. I hope you love it! There is some great food in Philly.

        • Don't have a clever name says:

          We have found some of the good food. If you have any good recommendations I’d love to hear them.

    • Tinier and Cuter says:

      Outer Banks! Some of the NC beaches get overrun by spring breakers, but the Outer Banks are really beautiful and there’s good food.

  6. JuliasTooSmallTutu says:

    I love this photo because either outcome proves she’s an asshole. If she ate the salmon burger it proves she’s lying about having Celiac’s disease. If she doesn’t eat it then she’s a tool who posts pictures of herself with food she doesn’t eat.

  7. Blinking.SOS.at.the.Camera says:

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    • How Brayella Got Her Hoove Back says:

      You bring deh awesum sauce to RBD :-)

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

      OMG! ALL THE AWARDS!!!!

    • EyeRoller says:

      SLOW. CLAP.
      *pastrami sandwich in one hand and cheesecake in the other*
      [img]http://i.picasion.com/pic58/6f104d8c4fcf4c45725364b700219a60.gif[/img]

      • mule on rouge says:

        Just got home from Trader Joe’s and — I swear, I don’t know how it happened — there is a whole New York deli-style cheesecake thawing on my kitchen counter. Talk about internalizing the snark!

      • Blinking.SOS.at.the.Camera says:

        Want!
        And, lucky for me — I know! — I can have. Both. In one meal! No side effects (truly sorry for the real life suffers) and I don’t play the tee hee I’m so bad guilt/shame game with food, so no repercussions!!
        Looks like a weekend trip to my city’s version of Carnegie’s is in store for the catfam.

      • Albie Quirky says:

        Why must you taunt us? By which I mean me.

    • Greg says:

      This is layers and layers of awesome.

  8. KS says:

    Nichole Deike ‏@momx3all
    @JuliaAllison hey julia!! Just wondering if they signed u guys on a second season???? I already miss u ladies!!! Rt back please

    Julia Allison ‏@JuliaAllison
    @momx3all – awww we might not know for another five months (that’s how long they have to tell us if they will renew or not!!) I hope so!!

    How long they have? Because you are such a hot property you might go do something else? lol.

  9. Tribune Slingbacks says:

    She looks like the 48-year-old third wife of a closeted Republican senator. Shiny pantyhose and all.

  10. Prof. F Camping Prof. F Camping says:

    LIT AGENT! PRIVATE CHEF! IN DEMAND AND NOT RANDOM AT ALL!

    So, I come home from my meeting with my lit agent, Robert, to @TimothySykes’ apt, where he has hired a private chef to cook us lunch. LOL

    • mule on rouge says:

      Why LOL, you weirdo? I would have thought a hotshot like T-bone Sykes had a private chef on staff. Your innner rube is showing, Donks.

      • KS says:

        Maybe she was going on about her ceiling cats and Sykes believed her so he hired a chef to make her food.

        Successful troll is successful.

    • Tremendous Liar; Donkey Repugnant says:

      If Donkey’s agents ever talk to each other, I bet us catladies would think “wow, that’s way harsh” if we could hear what they say.

    • maid of dishonor says:

      a healthy lunch of chicken enchiladas #pescetarian

    • JFA says:

      NEVER has someone who grew up with so much privilege been so impressed with privilege.

      Also, the damn lit agent again. She’s had a lit agent for about 75 years. She’s written exactly zero books.

    • How Brayella Got Her Hoove Back says:

      TRANSBRAYTION:
      ‘… my (c)lit agent, escort service owner Robert …’

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

      Here’s the weird thing – private chef, apartment overlooking CP and Timothy Sykes gave her a Kindle. Devin Stetler, are you keeping up? Your girl loves money and status and gifts and chicken enchiladas with LOL healthy guacamole that a private chef makes. You don’t have a job.

      Either Donkey will OBO or Devin Stetler’s barely existent nut sac is going to turtle in over the stuff he can’t give his Donkey and bail.

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

        I have to wonder if Timothy Sykes is rubbing his money in Devin Stetler’s face on purpose.

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

          He’s not interested in her. She tried.

        • SirClompsAlot says:

          Devin doesn’t care. He wants moneybags to rub something else in his face.

          Also the big question on everyone’s minds: DID THE GUACAMOLE HAVE CRANBERRIES OR WHAT?

          • SirClompsAlot says:

            I’m sorry, that’s shouldn’t have been moneybags … shoulda been Pennystocks

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

            And collard greens?

          • Prof. F Camping Prof. F Camping says:

            you’re a quick learner, SirClompsAlot ;)
            (no, the winky face does not imply sex!)

          • SirClompsAlot says:

            God, I’d never heard of our dear donkey until catching an episode of MissAssvice and I’m thinking “who is this relationship expert? Never heard of her.” Googled her and this lovely place came right up. Got sucked in and now can’t leave.

        • Albie Quirky says:

          Oh, absolutely. Not because he wants Julie, but because he’s a competitive little Pillsbury Douchebro who doesn’t feel like he’s won unless he can lord it over all the other bros.

        • Effing Ineffably Un-Effable says:

          Maybe this is part of DS’s master plan and he thinks he can win TS’s heart with one torrid night.

    • Norse Horse says:

      Julia Allison ‏@JuliaAllison 8h
      Here are the boys celebrating with Chef Jerran’s healthy guac & chicken enchiladas! (cc @TimorthySykes) http://lockerz.com/s/244019783

      Well, thank Greg they got a private chef for that, because it’s absolutely impossible to get Mexican food in LA or SF. A guac and chicken enchilada- well how rare and unusual! :P

      There she goes with “the boys” again. So, so grating.

      • Norse Horse says:

        Ugh, she’s in NYC isn’t she. Well fuck it, they’re still not hard to get or make there, either. Bitch.

      • frequent liar miles says:

        “Hired a private chef OMG OMG” is merely Donkey parlance for it was catered. Pretentious Donkey is pretentious, WHAT a surprise.

      • pearipathetic donkey says:

        So, she is couch surfing with her bf at Skykes place? Hm, Cabaret-style love triangle?

      • Dr. Gary says:

        double ugh. but I do love that she and the grifter boyfriend are grifting the grifter for food & a place to stay.

      • Greg says:

        again, on what planet are chicken and flour tortillas on this stupid twunt’s diet?!?

        I seriously admire the long-term catladies for watching this shitshow for so long. It is all such a long con – (don’t lather, don’t rinse), repeat with this idiot. LA-SF-CHI-NY, never learning anything, always taking everything, ugh.

  11. Peltergeist says:

    Her insistence that she has this laundry list of food digestion issues cracks me up, because what she’s really telling people is that she’s constantly farting and pooping and barfing. I don’t think she realizes that (because she doesn’t have these food digestion issues).

  12. CaptainGary` says:

    OT, but a FB friend of mine just posted this Burning Man 2012 video on his wall. It seems…um, different somehow than the version that Julia Allison went to.

    http://youtu.be/xxRAg9Pcpm4

    Seriously, how fucking sad that she went to an event that (while not for me) features so many creative people doing unique things and the only view that she could see was herself and her “boyfriend” in grifted, storebought costumes.

    OT(OT): The wife and I are off to Croatia and Slovenia in less than two weeks! 3 nights in Dubrovnik, two in Split, then off to Slovenia – Ljubljana, Lake Bled and Kobarid (the setting of Hemingway’s “A Farewell to Arms”) for 5 days before dipping back to Zagreb for the final couple days. Any of you lovely catpeeps have any Croatia/Slovenia tips? Many, many tips?

    • Stinky Velour Couture says:

      Yes, I was in the Dubrovnik area in early August. It’s great—gorgeous
      mountains, emerald clear & clean sea, amazing grilled fish. Slavs are
      okay—don’t expect Italian culture or food. Sounds like a great trip!

  13. EyeRoller says:

    Hello everyone! Time for a golden moment from “Dr. Bobby Sock’s Face Flubber Hall of Shame”. Seriously folks, all the weird poses, gluten-stuffed ankle speculation, and body snark aside– Less is more. Simply without the weird hair part, middle-aged Dynasty accessories, fakeass smile and chessy pink EVERYTHING– she’s looks way younger. Here’s what I mean. These pictures were taken this week at NYFW within 24 hours of each other?!?
    [img]http://i45.tinypic.com/bj0xt.jpg[/img]
    [img]http://i46.tinypic.com/2wo9dtk.jpg[/img]

    I no understand. I just say. She’s so up and down. What’s she going to look like tomorrow?
    [img]http://i50.tinypic.com/2hofp6x.jpg[/img]

  14. Peltfree & Proud says:

    Read this in an interview with a host of a popular SF restaurant:

    Any other notable characters that people may recognize? We’ve had a couple people from the Real World [laughs]. There was this girl in the Marina location one time who was demanding that I seat her because she was on a reality show on Bravo, on like a dating show. I can’t remember the name. It was a bachelorette type show and she said, ‘Do you know who I am?’ and I said, ‘I don’t. I’m sorry.’ I told her she would have to wait like everyone else.

    I smell a donkey…

  15. rankles the jankles says:

    Thank greg this website exists because I am so tempted to poke the donkey right now but will instead post here. Bitch just tweeted:

    Julia Allison ‏. @NYMag claims “It’s probably pretty easy to be the spouse of an elected official…” What ABSOLUTE BULLSHIT. You’ve clearly never met one.

    Never mind that the rest of that sentence in the article says COMPARED TO BEING A SINGLE WORKING MOTHER.

  16. Crazy Eddie says:

    There seems to be a “thing” among (some) parents of autistic kids that gluten has something to do with autism, and a gluten free diet helps the kid function better. These kids don’t get violently ill if they eat anything that’s been touched by wheat, but the parents swear that the kids are a lot worse if they eat gluten than if they don’t (and I’ve never heard of any of them taking cross-contamination into account).

    I wonder if some telephone-game version of this made its way to Julia and she decided that avoiding gluten would help her with something or other.

    • Albie Quirky says:

      Nah. She doesn’t think she has any mental issues.

      • Crazy Eddie says:

        She doesn’t want to say out loud that she has mental issues, even to a real doctor, but she seems to be game for trying all kinds of woo to make the mental issues she pretends not to have go away.

    • fig says:

      If I remember correctly, most of her food allergy claims were based on something related to her getting pimples. So, totally the same as getting violently ill from the wrong kind of soy sauce.

      Have I ever mentioned how passionately I hate healthy food fads, “bad food”, the concept of super foods, “diary is for babies” and every superior asshole who thinks the answer to feeling like crap is to put vegetables into a blender and mutter something about detox?

  17. EyeRoller says:

    HERE IS THE TOILET that one giant asshole’s gaping butthole explodes gluten balls and scheme juices into daily. Don’t forget– you can rent this exact toilet for just hundreds of dollars per night on AirBnB!
    [img]http://i47.tinypic.com/1by2t.jpg[/img]

  18. Dirty Harry says:

    Longtime lurker, wanted to pass along this post from SFist where they’re discussing a blind item from Eater SF about a diva customer trying to play the “don’t you know who I am card” at a local restaurant that sounds exactly like Julia Allison Baugher behavior:

    There was this girl in the Marina location one time who was demanding that I seat her because she was on a reality show on Bravo, on like a dating show. I can’t remember the name. It was a bachelorette type show and she said, ‘Do you know who I am?’ and I said, ‘I don’t. I’m sorry.’ I told her she would have to wait like everyone else.

    Of course, it’s only a blind item because even the restauranteur didn’t recognize her. And so far nobody has actually thought to mention her in any comments. Which may actually be the greatest of all shades to throw.

    • CDB says:

      [img]http://i1231.photobucket.com/albums/ee516/bobbaer1/ceilingcatdisapproves.gif[/img] i don’t like her.

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

        I see what’s going on here.

        • Honey Bray Bray says:

          omg.

          Julia Allison
          So … this does sound like something stupid I would have pulled in a moment of idiocy, but (to the best of my knowledge) I’ve never been to this restaurant. Although I guess I could have forgotten. Hmm. If I did, I was an asshole. I hope I didn’t do this.

    • Rosalie says:

      Julia replied:

      Julia Allison
      1 hour ago
      So … this does sound like something stupid I would have pulled in a moment of idiocy, but (to the best of my knowledge) I’ve never been to this restaurant. Although I guess I could have forgotten.  Hmm.  If I did, I was an asshole.  I hope I didn’t do this.

      • Grammarian says:

        transbraytion: i act like this all the time everywhere i go so it’s really hard to keep track of which places/when. once in a while when i get called out on it i try to pretend to be sorry

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

        SHE NEVER READS HERE!!!!! Julie, no one but us cares and we BARELY care!!!!! She had to comment… on a comment – her life is so empty – HYSTERICAL!!!

        • SirClompsAlot says:

          Oh god it’s Christmas already! And I didn’t get all you basement dwellers anything!

        • pearipathetic donkey says:

          Is it me or is she reading her even more than usual? And this is going off the assumption that she reads here constantly. I don’t get it, I thought she was in the middle of a passionate love affair with the best gay boyfriend ever!

          • SirClompsAlot says:

            She has to study the polling numbers so she can adjust Devin Stetler’s balls – ah I mean quirks – to be more attractive to the masses.

          • SirClompsAlot says:

            … because they’ve gotta land that Bravo couples show, you know!

      • Dr. Gary says:

        Jesus Christ. What as asshole.

        Love this reply to her comment:

        Charles4man
        “Of course you did it. You’ve done it so many times before, including when you had the Tribune column. Own up.”

    • Sacred Scrapbooks says:

      Ah, let us board the time machine and return to the year 2007, when Julia tried to “do you know who I am” herself into a charity event for Black Rock Arts in SF:

      “I was heading up the door at the Laughing Squid “Paradise Lost” party when in breezed Julia Allison and her entourage. She went right by the staff taking the measly $10 for entrance and when stopped and informed that she needed to pay, she responded “You’ve got to be kidding me” in a voice indicating that we were far beneath her. Evidently one of her handlers saw this and gave us a ten for her entrance.

      She then swung her hair at us and started walking through. We stopped her again and told her that we needed to stamp her hand to which she responded “I don’t get my hand stamped”. We told her that she needed a stamp for entry so she gave a very limp hand to the door person and said, “I only want a little bit of stamp right here” and showed him where and how to apply.

      Bitch.”

      http://valleywag.com/284123/an-east-coast-hustler-tries-to-cheat-a-fundraiser?tag=techpartyreport

      • How Brayella Got Her Hoove Back says:

        When “Don’t You Know Who I am? They Call Me D0nkey” goes on trial for being a heinous bitch, it’ll be just like that last episode of SEINFELD, with a courtroom was full up of people she’d tried to squash under her blowfeet hooves.

  19. randomness says:

    Donks apparently gave Gawker’s Caity Weaver “dating advice for several minutes” at a Fashion Week party.

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

      God. She thinks she’s an expert because she snagged a dude.

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

        Wow, right up their with wack-a-donuts crazy eyes Ramona Singer and recently canceled show having Vinny something or another from that show Snooki was on. Whewwwww hoooo! Celebrity!

    • Grifty Shades of Bray says:

      So funny she wasn’t even mentioned in the story. I bet that killed her.

  20. melting marionette says:

    sort of OT, but why is it when he puts his arm around her, it always looks like he’s copping a feel of her boob?

  21. SirClompsAlot says:

    Presented without comment:

    Julia Allison ‏@JuliaAllison

    I just got @TimothySykes to download @Uber & @Taskrabbit. Expect those companies to show dramatic profit increases in the next month. ;-)

  22. Whiny Bitch Spoiled says:

    Its remarkable how much she’s starting to look like her dead grandmother. It’s spooky.

    • chinchilla of indifference says:

      I think it’s the heavy makeup and botox that gives Julia a corpse-like appearance.

      • chinchilla of indifference says:

        (couldn’t resist, sssf)

      • juliaspublicist's rococo pile of polyester juliaspublicist says:

        Wow.

        • Dr. Gary says:

          Daddy! Where have you been?

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

          There, there, Daddy, this will cheer you up, no?[img]http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-aOUwZiXHpOU/UChOWPRWAmI/AAAAAAAAAKY/3xWFIl_Q4mI/s1600/Julia3.jpg[/img]

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

            So sorry so fat! Look at those dead eyes! And Lord girl, get someone with some talent to tend to those eye brows. They’re not looking… very expensive.

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

            Is this before she had new teefs put in? They look like you could screen drive-in movies on them in WWHL.

          • Prof. F Camping Prof. F Camping says:

            [img]http://lost100pounds.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/horrified.jpg[/img]

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

            LOL, perfection. Sorry I posted her busted faced so close to bedtime.

          • EatBrayLove says:

            Is it just me, or is that smile really odd? Can’t she just smile naturally?

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