Wednesday, 15 September 2010

Camila and Mariana Davalos Lingerie Pictures Are Identically Caliente

I have this dream where I'm dating this ridiculously hot Latina girl and one night we get down to the business of the making of the love, all night, intense, crazy, passion, moans, vegetables, discussions of baseball statistics to prolong our pleasures. Then, in the morning, mi amor reveals that she is actually the twin sister of the girl I'm really seeing and she's played a horrible joke on me and she breaks down in tears for her cruel and elaborate ruse. For my part, I stand next to the half-naked celebs doppelganger and pretend that I'm shocked and dismayed while I try to disguise my big-ass smile.

Tuesday, 24 August 2010

Garth grows her own vegetables

Health nut Jennie Garth has turned her front lawn into a vegetable garden , so her three daughters can learn all about the benefits of eating organ ic produce.
The actress, who is married to Twilight star Peter Facinelli, grew up o n a farm and she missed being able to garden for her own fruit and vegeta bles, so she persuaded her husband to let her turn their Hollywood estate into a vegetable garden.
The former Beverly Hills, 90210 star, who is also a spokesperson for th e American Heart Association, says, "I lived on a farm and we had a big g arden, so gardening and growing our own vegetables was just part of our l ives.
"I recently, with my girls, planted a very small garden in our front ya rd of our city house and I don’t really care that everyone can see it bec ause I have to have a garden somewhere and they love it.
"We have lettuce, tomatoes, cucumber, sugar snap peas, and strawberries .. The girls love getting dirty and picking vegetables they want to grow e very year and watering them and growing them. I let them help me cook the m, which puts a different perspective on it.
"I’m not just serving the food to them and forcing them to eat it. They really are invested and they care about what they’re eating. Kids like t he vegetables when they’re raw, actually, and they can dip them into ranc h dressing or chocolate; I don’t care as long as they’re eating their veg etables!"