Happy Monday, everyone! Raise your hand if you had a Sunday fun day. Now, put on your sunglasses inside your office and yell at your coworkers to not talk so loud if you had a Sunday too much fun day. Just know that it’s going to be 70 times worse next weekend. I mean, we have college football and Labor Day. May as well go buy some activated charcoal, aspirin, and Gatorade now so you have it ready and waiting. But before you do that, check out these tweets, y’all.
As always, they’re after the jump.
We’ve been running this series for almost three months and I still haven’t received one pic of a hot girl in a provocative pose with “Ogle Mole” written somewhere on her body with a magic marker. Know how depressing that it is? Make it happen, Moles.
Today we take a look at Amber Valletta. She’s a 1990s supermodel turned 2000s C-list actress who grew up in Tulsa. She currently stars on the-probably-awful TNT show Legends.
If Legends doesn’t ring a bell, you may remember Amber from the movies Hitch, Gamer or Transporter 2. If so, congratulations, you like awful movies.
Before those movies, Amber graced the inside and outside pages of fancy fashion magazines like Vogue, Elle and, uhm, Redbook during 1990s and 2000s. In fact, she’s been on the cover of Vogue 16 times. Amber had the trendy 1990s Ally McBeal anorexia heroin chic model thing going on, and did it pretty well. She was even addicted to drugs and alcohol. Basically, she was authentic.
Anyway, here are some old and new pics of Amber Valletta from over the years. She’s our Hot Girl Friday:
Although it’s tempting, I don’t want to be to that guy who bags on the ice bucket challenge fad. For one, I’m a bit of a hypochondriac. Out of all the diseases and illnesses out there that I think I’m going to get in the next six months, ALS scares me the most. Two, we have rightwing Facebook weatherman Aaron Tuttle for that:
Yeah, ALS is murdering babies for scientific research. Obviously, that’s 100% scary and true. Know what else is 100% scary and true? Aaron Tuttle is a degreed meteorologist with over 50,000 Facebook fans. What the hell? I guess he’s the guy for people who like a little bit of crazy with their 5-day forecast.
Because we’re cool and on the leading edge of videos that will soon overwhelm your Facebook feed, we first covered the Harlem Shake of Good Causes back in mid-July when Meg Alexander took the plunge. Here’s her tweet about it:
— Meg Alexander (@newsmommy) July 15, 2014
Surprisingly, Mary Fallin accepted Meg’s challenge and poured a bucket of ice water over her head. Even more surprisingly, she didn’t melt! Zing!
Here’s the terrifying video:
Is that a radar on the screen or are you just happy to see me!?
Sorry, that was the best lede I could come up with. Also, I couldn’t think of a good pic to lead off the post, so I went with old photo of Mike and Marla Morgan, or as they’re known in the swingers community, The Weather Dongs.
Anyway, we have a winner in our $200 Weather Dong Contest presented by Patricia’s.
Check it out:
A winner is us. Yes, as you read yesterday, The Lost Ogle is once again “Best Website or Blog” in Oklahoma Gazette’s “Best of OKC.” This is no surprise. If I’m involved usually that means it’s the best. For example, my 6th grade YMCA flag football team went 6-0. I was wide receiver. That’s me on the far right. Yeah, the badass. I’m estimating I was about 5’5’’ and 100 lbs. of mayhem.
Anyways, we should receive our award, Burger King gift certificates (not gift cards), in the mail soon. I’m told they are the same ones you received when you made A’s on your elementary school report card. Those were the days.
Well, thanks again for those who voted for us. I heard Patrick say he doing Instagram selfies with our voters. He’s super excited. Oh well, I guess you came here for something to do.
Here’s your Friday Night in the Big Town.
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