If you live in the USA, you now know what a polar vortex feels like. Congratulations. For those of you who might not have experienced the freezing temperatures and blizzards, there’s no other way to describe it other than “very sucky.” Unfortunately for most, we’re kind of stuck with it, lacking the requisite bank balance and time off work to escape to warmer climates. Not true for celebrities, though. Those cashed-up beauties are jet setting all over the place to avoid the cold and flaunting it on their social media accounts, leaving the rest of us soothingly jealous.
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Last week Stephanie Seymour, once again, pushed the boundaries of what is appropriate behavior for a mother and her sons by posing seductively with them for a Harper’s Bazaar shoot. While we’re sure their relationships are probably innocent, there’s something about the photos that’s just a little disconcerting. You know, the part where a mother is being sexualized by her sons while wearing bondage style lingerie. Then again questionable familial relations in celebrity families is nothing new.
It’s no longer enough to just wear a tight dress, or a short dress, or even an extravagant gown. If a girl wants to really wow, she needs to Cut It Out. Pieces of her dress, that is. From hip splits to tummy reveals, any babe who’s any babe is wearing cut-outs in her dress, and some of our favorite celebs are showing us how to bare just enough, while strategically covering the right parts.
One thing we can’t help but wonder when we see someone rocking a full set of grillz in their mouth is: what the hell does that taste like? Is that person just walking around with the tang of metal in their mouths? As far back as we can remember, “metal mouth” was a schoolyard taunt for teenagers with braces, but now it’s become something of a fashion statement, as grillz have become increasingly popular amongst the rich and famous.
The surfboard is, obviously, the thing you go surfing on. But pop culture has rendered it so much more than that. From the beach movies of the 60s with their barely believable studio beach sets to the surf culture bands and songs that went along with them, the surfboard is just as ubiquitous in pop culture as it is out on the break. Pop culture has taken the surfboard everywhere, too: from its humble Californian beginnings to the Stone Age to the Vietnam War and even into the fantasy world of Marvel Comics.
Now, with Beyoncé‘s “Drunk In Love” charging the charts and BeyHivers everywhere getting about chanting “Surfbort, surfboard”, it seems only right that we pay homage to the surfboard as it appeared in pop culture. Forget the illuminati; pop culture, for the last 60 odd years, has embraced the surf cult. From actually riding waves to robbing banks and winning awards, the surfboard has aided in some of pop cultures most iconic moments.