Leo’s Dodgy Meal Cooking, Office Bombing, and Jared Leto’s ‘Gender Neutral’ Skincare Launch

A new faux pas at the office appeared this week: “desk bombing”. It involves strolling over to someone’s desk in the office and talking to them about the hind legs.

The warning sounded about the dangers of “desk bombing”

Emailing or texting them is, we’re told, preferable and less invasive. I understand the importance of personal space, but after three years of working from home, the prospect of someone calling without warning to ask a question and speak to me in person sounds extremely appealing.

Leo’s meals turn the nation’s stomach too far into a concoction

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How depressing can a four-day cold sausage lunch be? Image bank

How depressing can a four-day cold sausage lunch be? Image bank

Once again, Leo Varadkar’s unappetizing meals have become a topic of discussion online. First there was a crepe so thin it was see-through, then a solemn birthday where the celebratory cake of choice was a Battenberg. Which, according to Irish comedian Fiona Frawley, has made the cake “the official symbol of Irish austerity”.

This week he praised his other half, Matt, for cooking all of their meals and, as proof, shared a photo of the contents of their fridge full of 16 lunchboxes – without lids – containing sausages, eggs, cheese. ham and pancakes. How depressing can a four-day cold sausage lunch be? Shortly after the photo was shared, the Food Safety Authority of Ireland issued a warning about the dangers of preparing food too long before consumption and the need to store edibles safely — with lids on. Maybe skip the food posts for a while, Leo.

Tongue in cheek: Jacobi takes a rude swipe at rival Rylance

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Derek Jacobi.  Photo by Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images


Derek Jacobi. Photo by Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images

Derek Jacobi. Photo by Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images

Actors and celebrities usually like to play down rivalries or resentment. But this week, the award-winning comedian and narrator of CBBC’s children’s show In the night garden, Derek Jacobi gave a candid interview about the highs and lows of his career. The interview ended with a discussion of a decades-old production Storm.

Jacobi had taken on the role of Prospero while a then-unknown Mark Rylance (who later starred in Don’t look up and The BFG) played the role of Ariel. The interviewer asked if there was any truth to the long-running rumor that Jacobi felt Rylance upstaged him. The 83-year-old actor “cast a look that would maim, if not kill” and reportedly reply, “He tried. The little c**t,” before immediately bursting into laughter. A response that deserves his own standing ovation .

Politician makes porn to ‘support’ sex workers

The most bizarre and arguably scariest report of the week features New York congressional candidate Mike Itkis. Mike is currently campaigning and thought the best way to show his support for legalizing sex work was to release his own sex tape titled – get ready – Bucket List Bonanza.

He described the film as a “conversation piece” and hopes it will show solidarity with sex workers. I mean, where to start with that? This raises so many questions, the most pertinent being: Surely there are other ways to show your support?

Jared Leto launches beauty product line with ‘tumbleweed’ shampoo

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Jared Leto has launched Twentynine Palms, a line of gender-neutral cosmetics. Photo by Lia Toby/Getty Images

Jared Leto has launched Twentynine Palms, a line of gender-neutral cosmetics. Photo by Lia Toby/Getty Images

It’s getting harder and harder to keep up with the glut of celebrities launching new skincare lines. In the wake of Brad Pitt, Jared Leto launched Twentynine Palms, a line of gender-neutral cosmetics. “I’ve never really been into beauty products,” he said. vogue magazine.

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Which is a bold statement to make when launching your own face creams. He continued, “But I’m interested in the idea of ​​taking care of ourselves in the most natural way possible.” And that presumably includes $50 for her “tumbleweed shampoo.”

Donovan B. Sanford