Sunday, February 11, 2007

Yearning for the end

She is wearing a long blond wig and a dark outfit with cream colored boots, and a messy-looking bagette with a little fish hanging from it. Her scarf looks like the tablecloth in that news clip I saw over TV Patrol lately, where a woman was being interviewed in the kitchen of her house in the Tondo district because her husband, high on drugs, climbed a nearby billboard and threatened to jump to his death. She was saying, "Di ko alam kung ano nangyayari diyan." ("I don't know what's been happening to him.")

I wish we could have been just as ignorant of Jolina. But she has been infecting us for so long. Till when are we supposed to bear with this anomaly?

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

She's inspired by a Clown.

It's called: "Clown-Couture" !

11:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh my God...Somebody should teach her how to knot a scarf...

And the cowboy boots...paired with wintry bonnet and coat?

I'm shocked.

-Donatella, Milan

10:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I heard The Sartorialist saw her and flew off to Paris for some detox.


2:50 PM  

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