Tesch posted this video September 11th, with this lovely comment below it:

Every writer has had writer’s block! Known as a blockage of the mind’s imagination flow.

That’s not actually the definition of writer’s block, but okay. Let’s dive into this.

We open with Gloria sitting on the edge of a dock looking very pretty and vivacious and showing off a truly impressive amount of skin, which I guess is okay because she’s 18 now. She pauses for about two seconds, or just long enough to make it rather uncomfortable, before she gets going and introduces herself. I have to admit that I spent the entire video hoping she would lose her balance and fall into the drink, but that is mostly because I am a bad person. Although the more I watch this video the more I feel like she’s not actually on the dock. I’m not sure why, and it’s probably just a weird lens, but the way it’s shot makes me feel like she’s in front of a green screen with the water added later.

We also have a black mark hanging down in front of the camera lens, which looks kind of like the photographer’s thumb but is probably just the mic. Either way, it’s definitely annoying and unprofessional.

Incidentally, there’s a really good reason why shooting in front of bodies of water is a terrible, terrible idea, and that reason is sound. It’s a little better here than in past videos, but over the water rippling and the wind, Gloria is practically unintelligible.

Gloria explains who she is and that she authored the Maradonia Saga, and gets down to business:

Today I want to tell you how to overcome writer’s block. Now let me tell you how.

Yes. Please tell us how. In fact, you don’t need to introduce the fact that you’re going to explain this, you can just start explaining.

It’s very easy.

Whoa. Hold on. Curing writer’s block is EASY? What have I been doing with my life?

Gloria explains that they’re actually in a peaceful place.

I like to write sometimes, refresh my mind

I’m not sure if she meant that she likes to write HERE, as on, on the dock, which is kind of an interesting choice. There’s something to be said for writing in idyllic locations, but I probably wouldn’t lug my laptop down to a dock, and writing on paper would be horrible because of the constant wind.

Alternately, maybe she just wanted to explain why she’s sitting on a dock.

Gloria explains to us that when she younger, her teacher assigned her a free-write essay, because she was in a writer’s class. Well, that does make sense.

So, I started writing this story, and over time, I came up with this awesome story.

And then you published it and it’s called Maradonia and the Seven Bridges?

And then one day, I had no idea what to write about.

This is writer’s block, you see the blank screen, and you’re just like, URK, what do I do next?

Gloria whips out what she calls her “concept board” and that she discovered it while drawing her story outline.

This actually looks really interesting, and it would be even more interesting if I could see exactly what she’s doing. Holding a posterboard with tiny writing six feet away from the camera is not really conducive to learning.

Well. Maybe she’ll explain?

She does! She explains that you draw a semi-circle and then move from the beginning to the middle to the end. Then in between you write out your storyline of what exactly you want to happen. Okay. So basically, a timeline. Or a plot. Or a basic outline, except it’s on a posterboard in a half-circle format.

Tesch explains that actually she had large chunks of the story unplotted, which doesn’t surprise me, and she filled in those chunks later, which also doesn’t surprise me at all. I’m not saying that’s necessarily a bad way to do an outline or to write your book, in fact that’s pretty close to my preferred outline method…but you have to be careful of not just thinking, what comes between Plot Point A and Plot Point C? and then coming up with a random side quest that’s unrelated to the actual story just to fill up space. If nothing happens, then don’t put in anything.

So, with this outline, Tesch then sat down with her family and asked them what she should do, and they promptly started sharing ideas for different things that could happen. And…

…it actually came out very nice.

Tesch pauses for a moment, looking as giddy as a schoolgirl and then sets it down, explaining that

It’s actually very well-organized.

Which it might be, but I can’t actually see what’s on it so I don’t know.

Tesch whips out another board with lots of stuff on it that is also pretty unreadable.

She explains that you just “write it all out”. Okay then. Gloria continues that young writers like to stick to chapter one and then write it and edit and edit and eventually you just give up. She has a very clear idea of whether you should follow this path:

What you need to do, is write your entire concept out, and work on it from the beginning to the middle to the end.

This is actually really good advice, and one of the reasons I like things like NaNoWriMo – you should sit down and just start writing and keep at it until you pound out a first draft. Once you have it down on paper, then you have time enough to start the editing process.

Gloria explains that you should find a nice peaceful setting, like the one she’s currently in, and maybe even some nice peaceful music to let your imagination flow. She then gives some positive encouragement, which would be nice if she didn’t sound like she was talking down to a group of preschoolers:

You will find your story soon! It’s meant to be, let your story flow, and don’t just keep developing it and keep re-editing it, that’s the editor’s job!

Which I guess explains the quality of the Maradonia Saga.

You are the author! You must write it all out, and write the entire story, everything you are thinking about, and then it will just come soon, and hopefully soon you will be published!

Holy hell.

Alternately, if you want to do a good job, you may spend years editing, revising, reediting, and then years querying literary agents, and then further years trying to get your book published.

Or if your parents are rich they can self-publish it and you can throw your literary toilet training, to borrow a phrase from swankivy, out for the world to see.

She closes with this gem:

Thank you for listening to my video.

Watching. You watch videos.

Gloria plugs Maradonia, bids us all an affectionate farewell, and flashes another winning smile.

So there you have it folks. How to overcome writer’s block: simply write an outline on some posterboard and then solicit plot ideas from your family. It’s not the worst advice I’ve ever heard, but it’s not that great, either. What if you write an outline and you still get writer’s block? Or what if you’re like me and you only get writer’s block when you’re writing from outlines because you enjoy making things up as you go along and find the act of writing to be an intensely creative process as you discover the story along the way and that creative energy feeds your brain and keeps you going?

Then again, I think the answer is clear: if you’re ever stuck and you don’t know what to do next, just plagiarize a scene from the Bible! It’s in the public domain so you can’t get sued.

Bonus: if you want a chance to win a free Maradonia book or you want to see Gloria Tesch walk the Republican National Convention Runway, there you go.

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  1. LoneWolf on 12 September 2012, 06:16 said:

    I always like Gloria’s style. If there’re two ways of using a word – correct and pretentious – Gloria will always chose the latter.

  2. Pryotra on 12 September 2012, 07:31 said:

    “Blockage of the mind’s imagination flow” still reminds me of blockage of another kind of flow.

    Personally, I like writing from a very lose outline, since it gives me a direction to go in, and I tend to get writers block if I don’t have one after the first chapter.

  3. Prince O'Tea on 12 September 2012, 08:21 said:

    “You will find your story soon! It’s meant to be, let your story flow, and don’t just keep developing it and keep re-editing it, that’s the editor’s job!”

    Don’t bother wasting time editing and developing your story, that’s less time you could spend being famous, like me!

  4. Tim on 12 September 2012, 09:12 said:

    “Early this morning, we dropped a weaponised copy of Seven Bridges on a test range in Arizona. Here’s the levels of stupid that were observed around the hypocentre.”

    What you need to do, is write your entire concept out, and work on it from the beginning to the middle to the end.

    It depends, some people can write without outlining (supposedly Shakespeare was one of them).

    Watching. You watch videos.

    Perhaps she has no illusions that she’ll be the tab you’re actually looking at while her video is playing.

    Don’t bother wasting time editing and developing your story, that’s less time you could spend being famous, like me!

    Yeah, all you need is an outline!


    I am Gloria Tesch. These two images are exactly the same.

  5. swenson on 12 September 2012, 09:29 said:

    I so desperately want to win that contest. Unfortunately I didn’t get around to entering last night, and I don’t have Facebook access at work. I’ll have to wait until later.

  6. Fell Blade on 12 September 2012, 09:51 said:

    I was wondering if anyone on here was going to enter it. I thought about it, but she explained that the winner will be the person who gets the most friends to like her page. And I want to keep the few friends that I have.

  7. Tim on 12 September 2012, 10:08 said:

    Also, she’s got that account, “GloriaTeschVideo,” and uses that one to like her own videos on the other account. Classy!

  8. Tim on 12 September 2012, 10:11 said:

    Oh, and “Maradoniabook” and “The1onlyNathanJohn” as well. I wonder if she realises that if only the accounts you obviously own like your videos it means nobody does.

  9. swenson on 12 September 2012, 10:20 said:

    @Fell Blade – Oh, I didn’t see that. Hmm. May have to rethink this.

    Unless… I’m friends with a few of you on Facebook, maybe I can do a little recruiting of you guys…

  10. Fell Blade on 12 September 2012, 10:30 said:

    Or explain to your friends “Hey, like this page and enjoy the hilariously bad books this girl writes…”

    Is it just me, or does it see a little… odd… to make the winner of a contest the person who cons a bunch of their friends into liking your facebook page. Not that it is out of character for Tesch, I actually expected nothing less. But still… I guess the only way she can get fans now is to sucker in people who haven’t read her “books”.

  11. Asahel on 12 September 2012, 10:30 said:

    over the water rippling and the wind, Gloria is practically unintelligible.

    So, no different than usual?

    Ba-Zing!

  12. Fell Blade on 12 September 2012, 10:43 said:

    She posted this the other day on her facebook fan page:

    “Criticism is an indirect form of self-boasting.” Emmet Fox quotes (American influential Author and Lecturer, 1886-1951) Because criticism is easy, but doing the work is difficult.

    If we needed any further proof of how she views her critics, there you go. I admit taking criticism is hard. I’ve asked for advise on doing my video reviews and hearing something like “the jokes are stale” or “you spend too much time on the plot” doesn’t feel that good. Even when the person says it in the nicest way possible, it’s not easy to admit that what I made wasn’t as great as I thought it was. But that’s how you get better too. If you don’t see the imperfections in your work, you will always think that everything you do is already wonderful so there is no reason to do it differently. Taking any kind of criticism is humbling, but it can be so helpful in improving.

    I think part of the problem is that GTesch things that just because something was hard to do, that gives it merit. That just isn’t the case. Digging a ditch for a new waterline is hard work. But if I’m not digging the trench in the right direction at the proper depth, I’m messing it up. It doesn’t matter how hard it was to dig that trench, it wasn’t right and is now useless. Tesch needs to understand that. She’s already shown that she can do the hard work of sitting down to write. Now she needs to do something even harder and accept the fact that her work went in the wrong direction and she needs to start over.

  13. Pryotra on 12 September 2012, 10:48 said:

    If we needed any further proof of how she views her critics, there you go.

    Well, this is also the girl who wrote down such things as ‘I’m sorry, I can’t hear you over the sound of how awesome I am’ on her blog. She can’t take even the most gentle critics.

    Also, Emmet Fox needs to sit down and try to write a review sometime. It’s not as easy as it looks.

    She’s already shown that she can do the hard work of sitting down to write. Now she needs to do something even harder and accept the fact that her work went in the wrong direction and she needs to start over.

    I would agree. To write something is hard. Very hard. But the really hard thing is to send it in, let people read it, and accept it when someone posts a one star review on Amazon saying it’s the worst thing they ever read without getting angry.

  14. LoneWolf on 12 September 2012, 11:43 said:

    Oh, and “Maradoniabook” and “The1onlyNathanJohn” as well. I wonder if she realises that if only the accounts you obviously own like your videos it means nobody does.

    The NathanJohn account is not Gloria, it’s her brother. You spread disinformation, lies and slander about Gloria Tesch and her stunning tour de force!

  15. Betty Cross on 12 September 2012, 12:46 said:

    I’m going to a sci-fi / fantasy convention in St. Petersburg next month. I suggested to Gloria on Facebook she should try to attend. My hope was that she might run into some REAL novelists in her genre of choice and realize she hasn’t turned out quality fiction.

    She probably won’t do it. She’s more at home at otaku conventions.

  16. Betty Cross on 12 September 2012, 12:53 said:

    Okay, let me see if I got this straight. Gloria Tesch went to the GOP National Convention in Tampa — not apparently to learn about politics, nor to support Mitt Romney — but to appear in a fashion show. She’s determined to be famous at something.

  17. Pryotra on 12 September 2012, 13:07 said:

    She’s more at home at otaku conventions.

    And then posting the pics on her site and claiming their dressed as her characters.

    Ten bucks says she doesn’t know the first thing about anime, other than, maybe it originates in Japan.

  18. Tim on 12 September 2012, 13:51 said:

    Because criticism is easy, but doing the work is difficult.

    Ah, another wri-tar who isn’t aware criticism is a form of writing that requires just as much imagination, knowledge and skill as fiction to do right. Nope, apparently the venom just flows by itself.

  19. Fell Blade on 12 September 2012, 14:02 said:

    I wonder if she ever considered how much work putting together a spork is… I think Rorschach put in about as much effort to deconstruct her “books” as she did to write them.

  20. Vicious Ink on 12 September 2012, 14:31 said:

    I’ve puzzled and puzzled till my puzzler was sore and I finally understood what bothers me so very, very much about Gloria Tesch; she’s not a geek. She’s not a dork, dweeb, or nerd either. The only book se’s liked (aside from her own) on Goodreds is Twilight and she makes a point of being a hard-parting IT girl. So…. what? Did she think High Fantasy was the easiest form of literature? Did she honestly not realize that the biggest part of HF is world-building?

    More to the point, I find her fascinating as a person. I am actually entering her contest, and I think my friends will forgive me for it. I really would like to get my hands on one of her books, but I’m so very, very unwilling to pay for it.

  21. Fell Blade on 12 September 2012, 14:43 said:

    I’ve noticed her 5 star reviews on Amazon seem to irk you, Vicious Ink. I’ll agree that she is fascinating in her own way. She would probably make an interesting psychological case study.

  22. Puppet on 12 September 2012, 16:28 said:

  23. swenson on 12 September 2012, 16:50 said:

    I think Rorschach put in about as much effort to deconstruct her “books” as she did to write them.

    I’m willing to bet Rorschach put in more effort. He actually thought about things and tried to break them down logically.

    @Puppet – Exactly. It’s soooo simple!

  24. Licht on 12 September 2012, 23:07 said:

    I actually read: “Gloria Teach” in that one picture.

    Any bets on whether or not she becomes “famous” one day and for what?

    Her dress is lovely, though.

  25. VikingBoyBilly on 13 September 2012, 09:49 said:

    I wanted to enter that contest too. With Amazon’s $400 book scam it’s hard to get a cheap copy of Maradonia. In an ideal world, I should pay nothing, and here comes along the opportunity. Except she wants me to put my contact information on her Maradonia page for all to see and to invite all the strangers I know to see it. I don’t think even teh lullz are worth it.

    Indeed, Gloria is an interesting person. She could have a wiki dedicated to her in the vein of Chris Chan. Though from what I’ve seen, immitations of the CWCki are pretty stale and underdeveloped (probably because nobody has ever revealed so much about their life as Chris has)

  26. Leanansidhe on 13 September 2012, 12:02 said:

    I’m actually doing a featue on Gloria Tesch for a blog I’m putting together on Fantasy and Urban Fantasy writing. And no, I’ve never met her and no one is paying me :) I just find her clinically interesting is all and I want to see what she’ll say in a legitimate interview by an unbiased journalist. I hope you all get the chance to read it.

  27. Fell Blade on 13 September 2012, 12:34 said:

    ^^^I’d enjoy reading that. Not in the sense that I enjoy laughing at her or anything. I actually think she’d be a lot of fun to talk to, and I’m curious as to what she thinks good writing is, if she has any authors that she admires, etc.

  28. Vicious Ink on 13 September 2012, 16:07 said:

    ^^She’s a big fan of Stephenie Meyer. Who’s surprised? Aside from that, I have no idea. I’d love to know though. I’ll read it. I can’t promise not to heckle, though. It’s what I do.

  29. Prince O' Tea on 13 September 2012, 18:00 said:

    Agreed, Gloria Tesch is like Chris Chan in so many ways, but happily she is an internet unknown, so the Club of Evil gets to enjoy her antics exclusively, without having the type of fanboy troll who takes things too far (like the type who would hack her email or send abusive letters to her friends and family).

    “Boasting is not a form of self-boasting.” Gloria Tesch quotes (World’s Youngest Novelist 1992-Sometime in the Future) Because writing whatever you feel like for half an hour and sending whatever ends up on the page is easy, but actually putting the effort into writing a novel is difficult, and difficult isn’t worth the effort of being famous.

  30. swenson on 13 September 2012, 19:03 said:

    @Leanansidhe – please post a link to that in the comments or on our forum when it’s complete! I’d be very interested in reading it.

  31. VikingBoyBilly on 13 September 2012, 23:27 said:

    Gloria has a little friend.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9aO5MLcD3cc&feature=plcp

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pyumzj3NjF0&feature=plcp

    Isn’t that cute?

    Anybody surprised the kid hates reading? Who thinks she actually read the Maradonia books?

  32. Danielle on 14 September 2012, 01:57 said:

    How to overcome writer’s block:
    1. Read your own work. Note how terrible and contrived it sounds.
    2. Read a MINIMUM of 30 pages from Maradonia and the Seven Bridges.
    3. Re-read your own work and begin writing with renewed self-confidence.

  33. Betty Cross on 16 September 2012, 21:13 said:

    Leanansidhe wrote:

    I’m actually doing a featue on Gloria Tesch for a blog I’m putting together on Fantasy and Urban Fantasy writing. And no, I’ve never met her and no one is paying me :) I just find her clinically interesting is all and I want to see what she’ll say in a legitimate interview by an unbiased journalist. I hope you all get the chance to read it.

    I’m interested. Let us know when this blog post is ready.

  34. Leanansidhe on 17 September 2012, 16:02 said:

    Well, I sent her the interview questions several days ago and still haven’t heard back. I don’t know if she’ll return them and if she doesn’t, I’m afraid the piece will be rather bog-standard. I intend to put up the questionnaire in the article even if she doesn’t reply, just to show what the questions were.
    I hope she does the interview, but I’m going to go ahead with an alternate version anyway, just in case. If she does send the questions back, I’ll write them in. But yes, I will post a link here and hopefully you’ll enjoy the review.

  35. Prince O' Tea on 18 September 2012, 10:12 said:

    For someone who spends so much time sneering at reality tv stars and other “corrupt and mediocre” people who want to be famous simply for being famous, Gloria seems to want to be a celebrity, rather then an author.

    It’s amazing there’s any room for her internal organs, considering how much hypocrisy is packed firmly into her body.

  36. Leanansidhe on 18 September 2012, 14:21 said:

    Well, that went well. I dunno guys; Here’s a link to my page with an explanation and a quote from Tesch. Maybe she didn’t like my questions or maybe she really is busy. Either way, it sucks. I’m still going to write the article and it’s still going to say exactly what it would have said before, minus any input from her. I never planned to pull punches and I still don’t. But she might like what I have to say a whole lot less when she has effectively taken away any ability for me to make it a two-sided review as opposed to just my opinions. Oh well.
    http://leanansidhe363.wordpress.com/

  37. swenson on 18 September 2012, 15:30 said:

    Aww, that’s a shame. I’m quite interested in this book fair thing, however.

  38. Licht on 21 September 2012, 06:57 said:

    What did you expect? You’re interested in her writing, you’re not close friends or family AND you posted comments on this site. You’re clearly a hater and your interview questions are a trap. Anyone would see through that. Good luck next time, you video gamer, you! ;)

  39. Licht on 21 September 2012, 07:03 said:

    I’m quite interested in this book fair thing, however.

    Come and visit next year. I’ll show you around.

  40. Fell_Blade on 21 September 2012, 08:41 said:

    If her facebook page is any indication, she’s really too busy bikini modeling.

    Ah…remember being a teenager, and you thought your life was just soooo busy and you couldn’t possibly fit anything else into the day. And then you went to college…

    And then you graduated and got a job…

  41. Kyllorac on 21 September 2012, 11:42 said:

    Come and visit next year. I’ll show you around.

    Wohnst du in Deutschland? :o

  42. Licht on 21 September 2012, 11:54 said:

    Is that… something bad?

  43. Kyllorac on 21 September 2012, 15:47 said:

    No. Not at all.

  44. Prince O'Tea on 21 September 2012, 19:49 said:

    Well, let’s face it, some people are never going to change, or at the very least, are not going to change any time soon. Gloria is 18, but she’s still using the whole “haters make me famous” and “I’m the world’s youngest novelist” bullshit she was using when she was 14. On the other hand, good for her that she’s going into modelling. She’s rather pretty, so at least she has that going for her. I only hope her attitude problem doesn’t cost her any jobs, but maybe if she learns a few mistakes the hard way and her coddling parents aren’t around to kiss her boo boos, she might actually grow up a bit.

  45. Prince O'Tea on 21 September 2012, 19:50 said:

    Read your wordpress. A polite no would have been fine Gloria. Even when she’s trying to be polite, she still manages to come off as extremely arrogant.

  46. Leanansidhe on 21 September 2012, 21:47 said:

    I’m not sure she would have liked what I have to say, anyway. I’m not a hater and I honestly do think that she has several admirable qualities. I mean, it does take determination to sit down and grind out several hundred pages, regardless of the content. And that is a point I intend to bring up, but I’m not here to kiss her ass and I’m sorry if she honestly feels that any review not heralding her as a literary goddess is written by “haters” who are “just jealous.” Which might not be how she feels at all, but since she’s declined the interview, we’ll really never get the chance to know. It’s pretty sad.

  47. Tim on 22 September 2012, 02:06 said:

    I mean, it does take determination to sit down and grind out several hundred pages, regardless of the content.

    It takes determination to run head-first into a brick wall until you die, too. Determination by itself isn’t admirable; winners never quit and quitters never win, but those who never win and never quit are called idiots.

  48. Licht on 22 September 2012, 02:28 said:

    No. Not at all.

    You seemed surprised.
    Und du sprichst Deutsch! Ein bisschen…

    I mean, it does take determination to sit down and grind out several hundred pages, regardless of the content.

    That’s not quite it. It may come as a surprise to some, but writing several hundred pages is not the problem. The problem is making them worthwhile and that is where it gets difficult for most writing people.
    It’s much harder to write a short story well than grinding out several hundred pages. In fact, most people start writing stories by writing huge, rather meaningless doorstoppers, until they learn to pick out and concentrate on the important.

  49. Tim on 22 September 2012, 09:11 said:

    Yeah, cranking out pages isn’t nearly as important or time-consuming as the process of editing them afterwards. Which Tesch doesn’t know anything about because she doesn’t do it (that’s the publisher’s job!).

  50. Licht on 22 September 2012, 10:58 said:

    Wait… isn’t she the publisher?

  51. Forest Purple on 22 September 2012, 11:45 said:

    Yes, and that would be the publisher’s job, and therefore her job, if she actually bothered to do it.

  52. Tim on 22 September 2012, 17:31 said:

    Yes, and that would be the publisher’s job

    Well, no. There’s a difference between being an editor (which is the editor’s job) and editing, which is the writer’s job. Once the story’s done a half decent writer will spend a lot of time revising, comparing and editing things for contradiction, clarity etc before they even send it near a publisher. Of course these days it’s far easier to say the hell with it and publish online without that silly quality business eating into your valuable time.

  53. Apep on 22 September 2012, 19:48 said:

    Of course these days it’s far easier to say the hell with it and publish online without that silly quality business eating into your valuable time.

    Which really shows the difference between the good self-published writers and the bad ones: the good ones will take the time to edit and revise, to make their product the best it can possibly be before releasing it, even if they’re giving it away.

  54. swenson on 22 September 2012, 20:03 said:

    the good ones will take the time to edit and revise, to make their product the best it can possibly be before releasing it

    Precisely. A good example is Shamus Young (the guy behind Spoiler Warning and DM of the Rings), who self-published a novel recently. He’s already known as a writer (he writes occasionally for the Escapist, as well as writing a lot on his blog), he has a large pre-existing fanbase, and he had several people go over and help him edit the book before he released it. I can say with no reservation whatsoever that it’s better than many formally published books! But the reason it’s so good is because he didn’t say “I’m going to publish this myself so I don’t have to worry about a pesky editor or getting it accepted by anybody or whatever.” He did it for purposes of controlling distribution, because he didn’t care if it became the next sensation, etc. The right reasons, in other words.

    (On a side note, if you like steampunk-y alternate history fantasy with a good dose of humor, you should check out his book! /plug)

  55. Betty Cross on 22 December 2012, 10:39 said:

    The Maradonia movie is back in business! Go to “Maradonia and the Seven Bridges – The Movie” on Facebook and then to the photos for the latest updates. The pics were all posted on December 14.

    The 3 evil fairies are back. Check out their ghoulish makeup. It’s great. And little Benji-mouse has been written into the story. But the biggest news of all is, Gloria is directing. She shown with her bullhorn, going over dialogue with actors, and telling a camera operator where to point the camera.

    Yeah, she’s directing. Personally, I think she’d do better as a model.

  56. LoneWolf on 22 December 2012, 13:27 said:

    The evil fairies remind me of Marilyn Manson. Considering Gloria’s attitude to the ‘Gothic Movement’, this might be intentional.

    And Benji-mouse looks weird.

  57. Chris Oakley on 22 June 2013, 10:44 said:

    You think she’s bad now? Wait until she hits 30.

  58. Ridiciliculous on 12 February 2014, 20:07 said:

    Saw one of her bikini pictures. I’d hit that like the side of a tree on the forest moon of Endor.