Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Aside of bacon: Lady Gaga continues the meataphors

A little over a week ago, little Steffi Germanotta (aka Lady Gaga) draped her flanks in flank steak and appeared on the MTV Video Music Awards stage to make a statement about the U.S. military's Don't Ask Don't Tell policy. What precisely that statement is, we're not sure--but we are pretty darned sure that she's against banning gays from serving openly in the military, and that she's pro-carnivore. Also, we're pretty sure that in this anti-DADT address, she's wearing Chicago Tribune columnist Mike Royko's glasses.


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  2. She's for gays and bacon so she's alright in my book. She always has to have some kind of costume, so the glasses go with that. This is her serious look as befits the occasion. However, the glasses are a bit on the goofy side.


  3. I love it, "any song I could sell." I mean, she's written some damn good songs, but stop tryin'a be friggin Nelson Mandela of the gays. You're just cotton candy.