Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Amuse-Biatch Asks You to Clap for Tinkerbell

Last week, Jennifer from Chicago (no relation, friend or acquaintance of ours, as far as we know) sent us this lovely (and much appreciated) petit mot:

I'm not sure if this is where I should properly say this...your blog has got to be one of the more interesting I've read in quite a while. I hope you keep this up for "Top Design" to follow "Top Chef" on Bravo! The drama is so addictive! .... On another note...silly question really...does anyone out there know what brand of eyeglasses Elia wears on the show? They're super cute...I have to have! Ciao. Jennifer - Chicago, Il

Alas, we have no idea what brand of eyeglasses Elia wears on the show, but we were taken with Jennifer’s idea about Top Design. Before Jennifer came along, we had toyed with the idea of applying the patented Amuse-Biatch formula to Top Design, and had more or less decided against it. But as we pondered what life would be like without Top Chef, and what the state of our sanity would be without this outlet, we thought it wise to reconsider. We still haven’t made a final decision, and before committing to anything, we wanted to see whether there was any interest from our readers (all five of you) in such an endeavor. We know what Jennifer thinks, but what about the other four of you? Let us know, possums, whether Tinkerbell should live or die.

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm clapping.

george said...

please indulge us.

Kelley said...

Oh please do!

lindseyQuinn said...

Certainly clapping.

Maddyanne said...

Please do.

Colleen in CA said...

I'm not so sure I'm interested in Top Design ... but I am sure that if I watch it I want to have Amuse-Biatch right there with me!

Anonymous said...

Hello - I just found your site yesterday and love it. It's great to have an "amuse-ing" spot to go to during the day for a good laugh!
Thanks so much!

Melanie said...

I'll read anything you all choose to write, even without watching the show. I laugh out loud often reading your blog.

Ms. Place said...

Dahling, you know how I feel. I'd follow you anywhere.

Anonymous said...

This is one of the most amusing, observant, well-written and delightfully irreverent blogs I read. If you blog about Top Design, I’ll definitely be logging in, and I’m sure many others will as well. P.S. If you need further validation, please be advised that I have nominated you for the Bloggie Awards.

Thanks for everything!
Eggplant

Anonymous said...

Please, please do blog about Top Design. I would be lost after all the cheffies go home if I did not have your delicious, amusing and well-written comments to look forward to.

Anonymous said...

clapclapclapclapclapclapclapclapclapclap....

Anonymous said...

Please do!

Anne said...

Yes, yes, yes!

Karen said...

I'm not so keen about watching ”Top Design,” but I'd consider it if only for the biatchments. How about ”American Idol” instead of “Top Design?” Amuse-Biatch and Simon Cowell could be one of the greatest mutual admiration societies Ezra Pound and T.S. Eliot (or should that be Mary McCarthy and Lillian Hellmann?).

Sharon said...

::claps::
::claps harder::

Live, damn it!

janaki said...

i personally have no interest in Top Design, but if Tinkerbell continued to flutter her glittery little wings over it, i might be forced to pay attention. i was sadly deprived of Ms. Bell's presence over this season of Top Chef...until now. and i can't believe the goodness i missed.

so please, Mlle Bell...LIVE!

Jennifer said...

elia's pink glasses are chanel from 2004 :)