Oh, I thought you meant she was dressing-up like a duck.J. B.
Did you start that trucker hat trend too?I thought that was you!XOXOXOXOChelsea
Um... yeah... This is alarming. I can only think of how one of Great Oppressor J's friends lived next to a family who sported nothing but mullets. Dad, mom, bro (7 years old?), sis (9 years old?), all had mullets. And when the family would call J's friend's cell phone, they appeared as "The Mullets." Yeah, that's all I can think about here. And I don't know if Kate Hudson was trying to have her son sport the Last of the Mohicans look but that was SO 1993.
my question is, who WOULDN'T want to be like you?!
I thought her child was a girl until I read the caption. Shame, shame, Kate Hudson. With the money you're making, you'd think you'd be able to drop a few bucks for a damn kid's haircut. Hell, if you're that cheap, they do offer Children's Days at various hair salons. Goodness...
Your greatness... In honor of your planned trip to Rome, I have prepared a movie, sort of a travelogue, in honor of the occasion. It even features a pug.
Hmm. This one had me going. Human ADULT hair grows at an average rate of 1/2 inch per month, or 6 inches per year. Human toddlers, on the other paw, have a much slower rate of hair growth than adults. Some human parents even go so far as to shave their baby's head in order to jumpstart head hair growth to eliminate confusion with diaper changing. Kate's "feral child" could sport roughly 12" of hair at age 2 (as evidenced in this photo) if he were growing hair at an ADULT rate. That, of course, is to say that he did not previously visit a barber or mismanage a pair of scissors. Therefore, I would question whether that small human is, indeed, Kate Hudson's child, or merely a new love interest who is height challenged.
*moannn wooooffff* WHERE ARE YOU?! am going through the leader's advice withdrawals love Aine
What Kaluah-lu said! Hilarious. I was just going to say that Snowflake is two and I have never cut his hair and it is no where near that long. She supposedly doesn't cut it because of something to do with being Jewish. I however am not a jew and think my precioso's hair is adorbale.
Where are you, Bro. Mugsy? I feel like I'm floundering in a sea of worldly problems after ten days without spiritual guidance. I'm getting worried about you, Bro. Mugsy. Has this week's political upheaval been too much to sort out and address?J. B.
I do sell trucker hats at my online store, Chelsea. It is my dream to get Ashton Kutcher to wear one to a movie premiere. That dream is tempered, however, by my desire to not see Ashton Kutcher in another movie. I have issued a fatwa against the mullet look, Sid. It is unholy. Good question, Leslee. For once, I am at a loss for an answer. I pledge to give all excess funds from the Send a Pug to Italy campaign to get that child a proper haircut, Zeus. I am eager to see this film, Pappy's Fella. I will stop by as soon as I finish this comment.Interesting observation, Kaluah-lu and Ms. Mamma. This child must be eating his rawhide. Sorry for the prolonged absence, James Beauregard and Aine. I had to take some time off to care for my parents.
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