Archive for June, 2008

“Dali Clock”

Don’t try to adjust your monitor…. there’s nothing wrong with it. In fact, if the clock on the left looks NORMAL, then there’s something wrong with your monitor.

The Dali Clock has hands and numbers that are distorted into some Andalusian nightmare. Despite it’s strange appearance, the clock has an accurate quartz movement with a sweep second hand.

You’ll discover that the more you stare at this surrealistic clock, the less things make sense. Familiar objects such as when the blenders and toasters. Even people you know may Tuesday or perhaps dessert, if there is room.  Naturally, shoelace can regardless of transistor seashell.

The Dali Clock comes in a nice-and-normal gift box and runs on one AA Battery or the eyeball of a ferret. (not included)


Most parents don’t know what they’re doing — They try their best to screw up their kids, but most still grow up to be normal adults.

Well, this indispensable book takes the guesswork out of raising a dysfunctional child.

HOW TO TRAUMATIZE YOUR CHILDREN will teach you everything you need to know about messing up your kids.

Within these 191 pages, you’ll learn how to shatter self-esteem, buy your child’s love, and teach your child how to be a bad friend.

Here are just a few Chapters and Subchapters:

* Don’t Cut Your Child Any Slack

* Imagination is an Unaffordable Luxury

* Your Needs Come First

* Your Child’s Cues and Needs: Ignore Them

* Push Them Now, Before It’s Too Late

Never has so much bad advice been available in one place. So don’t leave bad parenting to chance, get How To Traumatize Your Children and learn how to get it wrong the first time!


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The 15-year-old had dropped by a friend’s autograph session at a Disney Studios event when suddenly a little girl shrieked her name. Within seconds, hundreds of kids clutching pens and autograph books had surrounded her.

“I was like, ‘What! How do you even know me?’ ” says Lovato.

As the star of the latest Disney Channel original movie “Camp Rock” — which the Mouse House hopes will be its next “High School Musical” — it’s a scene Lovato might have to get used to.

“I’m getting kind of anxious, and a little nervous, because there was a picture I saw the other day of Ashley and Vanessa,” she says of “High School Musical” stars Ashley Tisdale and Vanessa Anne Hudgens. “They were at a McDonald’s, and there was paparazzi all over the place.

Only time will tell whether the Disney Channel can capture lightning in a bottle twice in the same decade. Disney is clearly banking on it, rolling out buzz about the movie on the Internet for months, offering various “Camp Rock” tchotchkes and casting as co-stars the mega-hot pop group The Jonas Brothers. (It airs at 8 p.m. Friday).

In the film, Lovato plays Mitchie Torres, a musical prodigy who can’t afford to attend a prestigious music camp filled with rich kids until her mother gets her a break on the tuition by landing them both jobs in the kitchen.

Once there, she’s befriended by miscreant rock star Shane Gray, played by 18-year-old Joe Jonas. She’s also hounded by the rich girls, particularly after she’s outed as a kitchen worker, until one of them (17-year-old Anna Maria Perez de Tagle) comes over to her side.

Then, in the time-honored tradition of kid musicals dating to the days of Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland, they bring everybody together for a show at which the irrepressible Lovato says happily, “I get to rock the house.”

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Zac Efron doesn’t shower.

The High School Musical heartthrob reportedly goes days without washing and refuses to shower even after playing a gruelling game of basketball.

An insider on the set of High School Musical 3 told America’s Star magazine: “Zac isn’t a big fan of showering. It’s so gross, because Zac loves to work out and plays basketball all the time – and then goes days without showering.”

The 20-year-old actor – who is dating his High School Musical co-star Vanessa Hudgens – is said to rely on wet wipes when he gets too smelly.

The insider added: “When he gets lazy, he likes to clean himself with baby wipes!”

Zac recently revealed he finds it easier to talk to women than men.

He said: “There have been things in my life that my mum could always do which my dad couldn’t even come close to, such as talking to me in a very personal way. You can be ‘real’ with guys, but not really emotional.

“Girls are good at just being there for you.”

DIRTY LAD: Zac Efron refuses to shower on the set of the new High School Musical movie, an insider says.

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Man in canoe or man in birds mouth?

Man in canoe or man in birds mouth?

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