We’re calling it right now.
“I don’t know what he’s packing, balls or vajayjay, but he needs to work that out ’cause I ain’t got no babies, ain’t nobody sucking on my titties. So please, man up.”
Is the best line of the season. Seriously, who’s gonna be able to outdo that one? We want a t-shirt that says “I ain’t got no babies sucking on my titties.”
And we can’t really fault her for the sentiment.
Seriously, what the hell happened with these two?
As annoying as Suede’s been up till now, he never seemed to have a problem getting the work done.
And Terri’s been low-drama so far.
Why then, did these two just fall apart with this challenge?
Suddenly Suede’s fretting and whining and worrying that he can’t get the job done well enough to please Terri.
And Terri put her bitch pants on and refused to take them off.
We think they just saw “team challenge” and panicked. Anybody who’s seen the show knows that these challenges are a minefield and these two were probably afraid that the other one was going to throw them under the bus in front of the judges. One kind word from Tim and suddenly Terri loves Suede’s work. They just both needed to hear that they weren’t in trouble.
Oh shit. We just used the tiresome “thrown under the bus” catchphrase. Shoot us.
All that drama, and for what?
A pretty mediocre look, that’s what.
We don’t hate it. It’s just….okay.
Look, we were around for the ’80s and we’ve seen enough paisley to last us several lifetimes. It comes back at least once a decade but that doesn’t mean we have to love it. We kinda liked the print anyway, but since the entire look rests on it, we didn’t think it was the strongest choice.
And therein lies the problem: the entire look was in the top. It’s a basic gypsy blouse. Big whoop. Too many of the designers heard the word “bohemian” in the brief and focused only on that.
And while we’re on it: since the whole look was the top, why did Terri give the top to Suede and then sweat all over him? If she was that worried about it, she should have given him the pants to do while she took care of the main part of her design. Designers, it’s way too early in the game to be letting pressure and sleep deprivation get to you like this. Have a coffee/valium cocktail.
And that belt looks cheap.
The pants are nicely done – in fact, the whole outfit is nicely done. We just don’t think it was all that interesting a design, nor do we think it followed the dictates of the challenge all that well. It’s not an office look (exposed shoulders in the office?) and we’re not seeing a day-to-night transition anywhere either.
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