Celeste Barber is a household name, both in Australia as a comedienne and on social media as someone who mocks celebrities by making parodies of their stylish pictures.
Her channel on Instagram, where she launched the hashtag #celestechallengeaccepted, sees Ms. Barber, a normal woman, imitate the poses of celebrities like Kim Kardashian, Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner, Hailey Baldwin or Beyonce for either stylish magazine shoots or their own social media.
The parody is that Ms. Barber copies that picture without the help of a whole team of stylists, personal coaches, photographers, or make-up artists. Afterward, the puts the two images next to each other with a funny side note.
I can't really explain it, but for some reason I have really weird negative association with those videos, and every time I see one, I feel queasy.
I find it almost impossible to watch more than one or two sentences
I'm taking off to go feed the feral cat in the woods
Every Single Day
Anyone who doesn't love animals is a piece of shit
I bet she can't tell a single joke.
it was pushed on news.com.au as well
any "comedian" you see, especially ones pushed by the ABC and Channel 10 are basically just propaganda intelligence assets. So this is 100% fake news 100% forced meme story.
paranoid insane moron
this is exactly the type of 'magical thinking' that has P R E V E N T E D Y O U F R O M a c c o m p l i s h i n g a n y t h i n g
when the British (who are ALL gay) picked out their worst of the worst, their criminals and their insane scumbags, and shipped them off to Australia, they sent your schizophrenic ancestors there to rot.
Generations later, here you are…………….
i enjoy being personally insulted in the most derogatory way by the likes of scum like you because it proves i'm over the target
Not him, but I am interested in what the term "over the target" means. Is that an Aussie colloqialism?