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Sunday, 24 February 2008

In the name of God and all of that is holy!

I shall have to go and lie down. I feel nauseated.

And to think of the money I spent on the tickets for that High School Musical Show! I am completely horrified. It seems that the little minx who plays Gabriella - Vanessa Anne Hudgens has been making another of her immoral youtube home video thingies, this time she is reported to be sitting under a Christmas tree, wearing nothing but an acrylic red thong and saying; "I want Santa to come up my chimney because I have been a good girl this year!"

Is there no end to this girls depravity? The underwear she was reported to have been wearing sounds so frightfully Ann Summers. What sort of messages is she sending to my poppets?

I shall be tossing the DVDs and everything else into the bin.

12 comments:

mutterings and meanderings said...

Crikey, surely she should've gone to Agent Provecteur? (and I can't spell today)

dulwichmum said...

Darling M&M,

Thank God you are back. OHMYGOD! I know, and anyhow (just a small point) but my behind is an exit not an entrance. How cheap is she?

Nunhead Mum of One said...

The poor girl was obviously tricked into doing this atrocious thing......I'm not defending her, merely guessing what her PR people may say.....

Don't let her corrupt your munchkins and, more importantly, your new au pair. Christmases may never be the same again.

dulwichmum said...

Lovely Nunhead Mum of One,

You are far too trusting for your own good. I have decided to cast Gabriella out, and the au pair may not be far behind her!

Rosie said...

Dulwich Mum this is a complete disaster. I have just published by Monday post (early I know) in which I have done a What High School Musical Character Are You Quiz, and I have come out as Gabriella! Not only that put I've proudly displayed a picture declaring my test results. What on earth does this say about me now?

rilly super said...

M&M, 'should have gone to agent provocateur': are you sure you really live in a covent on top of a cliff in the Farne Islands as you've led us all to believe dear?

dulwichmum darling, I share your shock and disapointment at the behaviour of such a role model: acrylic you say, well, appalling!

aims said...

Tsk Tsk Tsk!

Some people will do just anything to get themselves noticed. You'd think she was famous enough already wouldn't you?

I'm so thankful that the cat isn't into that high school musical stuff...

Omega Mum said...

On the bright side, though, she's going to get rather chilly if she plans to wait around like that until December, and may even catch quite a bad cold, so it's not all bad news.....

dulwichmum said...

Darling Rosie,

I don't know quite what to say. Perhaps you could delete the offending post and perhaps engage the services of a good psychotherapist? I mean, you and I both know that these little quizaroos never ever lie!

Perfect Rilly,

Thank God you are back. I feared that I was losing my mind without your support.

Dearest Aims,

Just be grateful for your lovely puss, aren't kitties simply divine.

Sweet Omega Mum,

I had heard that inadequate underwear in a cold climate could cause these girls to sprout all manner of profuse bodily hair! She could end up with a bikini line the size of an IKEA bathmat!

Sydney said...

Fear not, tis but a jape (and an old one at that). Of course, everyone who clickety-clicked in the hope of pursing their lips at this shameful display (or perhaps just the prospect of human combustion caused by said acrylic red thong in close proximity to a christmas fire) may now want to check their virus protection and spyware is up to date...sigh, some people [men] are so easily taken in...

dulwichmum said...

Oh Sydney dear, are you sure?

I have tossed the dolls in the bin and burned the concert tickets. All mention of Gabrielle (the minx) has been banned forever in this capacious luxurious home.

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