Saturday, April 29, 2006

Two Pamela Whiffs

In a recent review of the YSL Muse Bag, Pamela Peckerman suggested that this bag is Jackie-O-esque. What? There are two problems with this. 1) This bag is ugly as hell. It might make a good barfbag, chunky style, hell yes. Maybe Jackie-O would have used this bag for carrying around her dog's shit, but not for everyday life. Or perhaps Pamela is referring to this Jackie...

If so, I take back my criticism.
2) This bag looks like somebody threw some gold on a shitty tire from the driveway of our old neighbors in Huntington. Therefore, Jackie-O would never have used it.

Also, since this is one of the first posts, it is appropriate for me to point out an all-encompassing problem with Pamela's comments. At the end of each post, she writes "Always Bag-a-licious." This is certainly not the case. This is obviously a reference to the R&B band Blackalicious. The problem is that neither member of Blackalicious has given permission to Pamela for this obvious reference. Pamela is not representing Blackalicious appropriately by endorsing such terrible bags.

To make sure this is not only criticism, here is an alternative bag to Pamela's terrible recommendation.

This is Ms. Monster Bag. The perfect bag for keeping your shit as well as scaring off kids. It's perfect and I highly recommend it. In addition, it is crocheted, so you can make it yourself. Therefore, it is worth far more than the damn YSL Muse Bag. Enjoy

Friday, April 28, 2006

Initial Thoughts

Hey you guys, I was thinking about the lack of good bag reviewal sites on the net and wanted to make a positive contribution to the world of bag marketing, bag sales, bag go-karts hats, bag lighting, bag bags, hands that look like bags, sandbags, and of course bag trends. And bag-danas.

Now, I know what you are thinking, "Doesn't Pamela Pekerman of have a perfectly good bag trends review blog?"

No, She in fact does not. Just cause someone can get a blog and say any sicko thing that they damn well please, doesn't mean that they are worth their bag salt.

And thus this site is born. Our promise to you:

1. Review the latest in bags and bag trends.
2. Friendly and/or pleasant discussion of the latest in bag culture and bag theory.
3. Rude and unforgiving refutation of the latest in Pamela Pekerman's bag trends reviews and comments.
4. Interesting and thought provoking pictures and portraits of bags and people holding or being near bags and/or trends.
5. Possibly reviews or discussions of other trends such as bracelets, smiles, pats on the back, or banks.

If that's the sort of thing you want or need, then here we are. If you prefer Pamela Dumberman then suit your self, dillweed. Or maybe I'll suit you for you, myself.