November 2013 Look up the phrase ordinary girl and you’ll see a picture of me, Gemma Goodwin – I only look half-decent after applying the entire contents of my make-up bag, and my dating track-record includes a man who treated me to dinner…at a kebab shop. The only extraordinary thing about me is that I look EXACTLY like my BFF, Abbey Croxley.Oh, and that for reasons I can’t explain, I’ve agreed to swap identities and pretend be her to star in the TV show about her aristocratic family’s country estate, Million Dollar Mansion.
Not even a little bit,” said Watkins, who has two older sisters.
“Break The Internet,” was a trending topic since it was pegged to a startling visual of the reality TV millionaire mogul in the buff.
Meant to shock and awe people into copping numerous issues of tweeted a link to its new dual covers (one pictured above left), but it was the NSFW version that made everyone break out their 140-character prose.
That image, which features the Kardashian showcasing her buttocks, was shot by Jean-Paul Goude, a renowned French artist known from his work with the “Champagne Incident” and with Grace Jones.
Less than 24 hours since the reveal, people are flipping out over Kim K’s cover while her husband tweets nonchalantly about it all.
Those conversations were usually lubricated by ethanol infused beverages.
“Kim Kardashian breaks the Internet,” was popular on the Web yesterday, causing quite a fervor.
And 2) There can be absolutely no flirting with Abbey’s dishy but buttoned-up cousin, Lord Edward. Doubting Abbey reviews: ‘it made me chuckle several times.
I deleted tinder and now I’m preparing to boldly go where millions of people have gone before: meeting someone in real life.
So now it’s not just my tan I’m faking – it’s Kate Middleton style demure hemlines and lady-like manners too.
And amongst the hundreds of fusty etiquette rules I’m trying to cram into my head, there are two I really must remember; 1) No-one can ever find out that I’m just Gemma, who’d be more at home in the servants quarters.
Worst of all: Tinder turns your phone into a game console. Talking to someone in real life has its benefits (like getting instant feedback by way of an awkward facial expression), but it’s not without its challenges.