Victoria Coren's dresses to be displayed in construction industry museum.
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Perhaps there should be a connection between fashion and dress sense, taking into account the basic foundation.
I seem to have clicked the wrong link. I thought this was the News Biscuit- not Hello! magazine. Bitchy comments about someones dress doesn't really cut it. Sorry
Construction industry? Well built? I'll need this one explaining (unless she's cantilevered)...
Nope - don't get this I'm afraid.
I...um...quite like...Victoria Coren...
Never told anyone before.
I just think she'd be fun to have a drink with. See where it goes from there. Nothing heavy. We don't have to call it a date or anything...just a couple of drinks. Casual. Have a laugh etc...
I'm pretty sure she'd like me too...if she got to know me...
I can handle the tasteless and sick jokes, but to stoop to the criticising of someone’s dresses- really?
Always liked her myself - and having done a quick, ahem, Google image search, I can see nothing wrong with her dresses whatsoever. What's this all about?
She gets a lot of flak because her dad was editor of Punch, and people assume she didn't earn her right to be on telly
She should give herself a stage name so no-one can get arsey
I would suggest Gloria Snockers.
Victoria Coren - she's the thinking man's Jordan!
and we can all guess what you're thinking StoopyDeGrunt!
Hands off- she's mine!
She doesn't know it yet,but I have a cunning plan.
Oh yes, she will be mine!
Actually I personally think this is quite funny...
Because Coren is definitely No Subo in the looks department, so its not nastily picking on soft targets close to home... but despite her being very pretty, fit and erudite, I would agree with the observation that her dresses - though smart - often do have a sort of re-inforced geodesic millenium dome type of character... like they are free standing 'walk in and wear' structures.
Any way up ...I for one wouldn't object if she decided to take them off! "-) )
This reminds me of when I used to read the letters page of Penthouse.
"A funny thing happened when I was on the way to Rochester Row police station and I would like to share it with you. I was walking past Channel 4's offices, when a young lady emerged and ask me for change for the parking meter. I couldn't help but notice her impressive embonpoint. Little was I to know that only two hours later......."
Ah! one of mine, I believe...
I always used to chuckle at the girl-on-girl confessional letters, as there was always a cursory waiver at the beginning to establish that they preferred blokes, but weren't averse to some bi-action now and again. It was almost the same sentence every time.
How dare these lesbians mock us through the letters pages of pornos!
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