Introducing The Thigh Girl

A thoughtful reader named “A” had an uncanny hunch that I would appreciate a blogger who I’ve just named The Thigh Girl.  I don’t know what her deal is, but it doesn’t take a rocket surgeon to see that she LOVES her thighs.

She has every reason to love her thighs. They are shapely and firm looking, and free of unsightly hair. But what does she want from us, a Thigh Award? In every outfit post, she offers at least 10 photos of the same outfit,  with little variation in her facial expression, which I will have to call Pensive.

I can’t bring my self to read her commentary about her outfits but I did click on her “about” thing. She tells us in no uncertain terms that her hair is naturally red, godammit, and she’s never died it. Take that! Wait, maybe she’s speaking directly to Sea!!!!!

In any case, it is a thigh-driven blog and as such might be just the thing for people who are sick and tired of Roomi.

Several people have taken it upon themselves to chide me for stooping to mockery in my time of grief. They can complain all they want, but I need to keep my mind from wandering to a place of bottomless despair. I will stay in denial as long as possible. Maybe longer.

If you know any stupid whores with blogs, now is a good time to share them with me! THX

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166 Responses to Introducing The Thigh Girl

  1. Any blog with a really poncey, pensive and cerebral name for a blog with lots of fashiony pics and NOTHING ELSE drives me insane (whatisrealityanyway). If you’re Neitzsche, then it’s cool. If not, just call it ‘ILikeShoes’, or something.

  2. Admittedly, I am mildly entertained by WhatIs’ style.

  3. library lady says:

    She has a manifesto. You can buy ‘statement jewellery’ she has designed for – ooh – only a few hundred bucks. Her dog wears her jewellery.

    http://www.theglamourai.com/

  4. Girl World says:

    looks more like a camel toe wanker, and the more plain jane cousin of jane of shoes.

  5. mel says:

    Glamourai doesn’t deserve to be mentioned among these airheads. She seems talented and quite smart and she has awesome style, not whorish, boring etc. like most of these bores.

  6. Anne says:

    If you like idiotic bloggers, you should check this one out – http://www.miggylikestheinternet.com/

    I have a list of blogs I go to when I want to get angry but laugh at the same time, she is number 1.

  7. Erika says:

    The Glamourai lady dresses better than most – I genuinely cannot take or stand most people’s clothes so this means something – and as someone who makes jewelry myself I would say her prices are not unreasonable. I am hoping to get mine to sell in that price range. Creativity is valuable.

  8. Kim says:

    Have you ever looked at Gala Darling’s blog? Pretty much a trust fund baby pretending to survive as a pro blogger. Gag. Me.

    http://galadarling.com/

    She’s friends with Nubby Twiglet.

  9. Kim says:

    The comments on this post talk a lot about the mystery behind Gala: http://www.cutoutandkeep.net/snippets/issue16/gala_darling

  10. Oh, and in case someone hasn’t already, http://thechicmuse.blogspot.com/ makes my toes curl for her dopey expressions alone. Another American Appareller, albeit with a fantastic shoe collection.

  11. Is says:

    I actually rather like ‘the stylish wanderer’ since she actually seems to be a normal teenager with a normal (ish?) budget, but the fact that she uses the same hand-in-hair pose every single time is a little bit irritating.

  12. Sarah says:

    Wow. Total blast from the past, the Thigh Girl just followed me on twitter. The engagement on her blog is so sad. 3 years on and she still looks so uncomfortable with the camera and her pictures are so boring. Why does she continue to do this?

  13. pf says:

    I remember Porecelain Blonde very well. She came across as sweet, but undereath there was this insecure woman, who always boasted about her champagne life and designer labels. I think she ruffled people’s feathers, as her blog was not about fashion, rather about what new designer purchase she had made. I don’t know if hedonistic narrcissim was her intent, but she came as being the aforementioned. The ‘fur,’ ‘incident,’ sickened a lot of people and my perception was that she would go to any length ( yes the culling of innocent animals), to try to garnish her supposed champagne life.

    Poor girl, becauseif she was truly rich, she would not need to blog/brag about designer trinkets et al,

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