I Am Through Hearing About

Lady Gaga

Justin Bieber




Big Banks


Game Changers


Isabel Marant


Chloe Sevigny for Opening Ceremony

Tom Ford

Arizona Muse

Charlie Sheen

The Tea Party

Family Guy


Chinese Mothers

Crystal Renn

Brazilian Blowouts

Andrej Pegic


Feel free to add or complain!

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81 Responses to I Am Through Hearing About

  1. Pam Power says:

    High Street

    YSL Touche Eclat

    Maybelline Great Lash

    Jimmy Choo


    & any fucking cunt blogger that isn’t Sister Wolf.

  2. David Duff says:

    Well I’m a “fucking cunt blogger” and I’m not Sister Wolf, well, I wasn’t the last time I looked, but anyway, I’m wonderful, as Kate Middleton will tell you because she’s mad about me and she’s only marrying that RAF bloke because he’s got some sort of title but really, deep in her heart, it’s me she aches for and I think she’s DDG (Drop Dead Gorgeous). Er, for some reason she has failed to answer my many letters but I put it down to this lousy, socialist, bloody postal service we have ‘over here’. Your old Pony Express would do better than our lot!

  3. Aly says:

    visual dialogue

  4. Emily Bleak says:



    Whatever some blogger is being paid to shill. I’m sick of being a demographic and it shows when someone’s selling a thing that they don’t actually love.

    If my cat makes anyone leave my blog then I probably didn’t want them reading in the first place, my grimalkin is the ultimate prop for jazzing up those outfit photos while simultaneously implying my introversion and love of small furry things that poop in a box.

  5. Elena Abaroa says:

    – Ridiculous nails
    – Tacky celebrities on tacky red carpets
    – The style of: Olsens, Nicole Richie, Rachel Bilson, & co.
    – Gay men in the fashion industry trying to look that they love women when in reality they envy them in the bad way.
    – Celebrities who sing terrible trying to look cool and indie (Z. Deschanel, I. Lazereanu, C. Kemp Muhl…)
    – Hipsters, in all their versions (from London, Paris, Madrid, NY…)
    – Must have and “it” stuff.
    – It girls/ it boys
    – Fashion week pedantic parties
    – People who hate Ricky Gervais

  6. Andra says:

    Sister Wolf – I have not heard this usage of “drop” and I’m sorry you had to drop it on me now.
    David Duff – language please!!

  7. john says:

    YOU! hahaha!!!!

  8. Sister Wolf says:

    john – is some cunt from Indonesia! hahaha!!!

  9. Sister Wolf says:

    Aly – What is “visual dialogue?” I already don’t like it.

  10. Srenna says:

    Derek Blasberg.

  11. Andra says:

    Should I know what macarons are?
    I know what macaroons are if that helps.

  12. Madeleine says:

    -Boys that look like girls
    -Girls that look like boys


    -Anything on the news/tv
    -Underground indie hipster secret club music, it’s terrible anyway and its
    probably why no one has ever heard it.

    I still like cats though

  13. Sister Wolf says:

    Srenna – YES, Derek Blasberg! Also: Bold Colors

  14. Dru says:

    Gossip Girl

    Western cynicism about the protests across North Africa (“but what about our oil?”)

    any TV show that isn’t set in space/doesn’t have aliens/wasn’t written by Joss Whedon

    anything Jezebel writers like to have fanwanks over (except for Joss Whedon, because he’s smarter, cooler and more awesome than that pack of wannabe feminists will ever be)

  15. Dru says:

    in fact, re: Jezebel, I think I should be more specific- I am absolutely through with hearing about anything that one writer in particular- Sadie Stein- writes about. It’s more or less bound to be hipsterrific and on occasion casually racist, so no loss to anyone.

  16. David Duff says:

    Andra, I was only quoting Pam Power.

  17. Laura says:

    know i’m a bit late off the mark but…

    – the phrase ‘colour blocked brights for S/S 11’ – oh please.
    – the acronyms S/S and A/W in general
    – Emmanuelle Alt
    – ‘street style’
    – Amber Rose
    – anything being ‘on trend’

    …and lots more which i can’t think of right now.

    Meanwhile, I had a good laugh at this article, think you will like it too:


  18. Emily Bleak says:

    @Andra – Macaroons are vastly superior to macarons, which are like overpriced sandwich cookies. They are “cutesy” and becoming the next obnoxious non-cupcake baked good.

    Also wish to add Zooey Deschanel, the Olsens (I mean they design for J.C. Penney now, explain to me why people still worship them), anything Jeffrey Campbell, “pops of color,” those yawn-inducing Balenciaga Twiggy bags that everyone has now…Blogspot blogs that don’t allow comments without a Blogspot account…the list marches on.

  19. Aly says:

    SW – I believe “visual dialogue” is a term that fashion and art people use to sound smart and sophisticated. Here’s an example: “And New York is such an extraordinary city because there are so many people on the street with such distinct taste and they inspire and influence each other–there’s definitely a visual dialogue going on.” Sounds pretentious to me.

  20. anna says:


  21. ineedmydailydose says:

    count me in on Andrej Pegic and Arizona Muse :-/
    but i cant get enough of Lady Gaga!

  22. Nickie Frye says:

    GOOP? What the heck? I’ve been sick of Lady Gaga since day one. I hate gimmicks.

  23. Laura says:

    Power couples

  24. Brie says:

    – Taylor Swift

    and agree so so much with Lady Gaga

  25. chuck n. says:

    i’m more sick of seeing:

    barney’s irritating backstage ads

  26. mimi says:

    – AFL sex scandals (australian rules football)
    – natalie portman/black swan
    – political scaremongering
    – the royal wedding
    – rihanna
    – american idol
    – charlie sheen

  27. ANA says:

    I think you like hating all popular things, maybe your kind of a hipster yourself
    just saying.

  28. Lady Extra-Sister Wolf:

    Did you see this?

    (ps: you know you are widely and continuously cuddled)

  29. girlnumberone says:

    -skins secret party
    -im regen tanzen

  30. girlnumbertwo says:


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