Today Is The Day That Twitter Got GOOPED

June 1, 2011 / Posted by:

Oscar-winning actress, cookbook author, lifestyle deity, purveyor of knowledge, gangsta rapper, country music superstar, fashion icon, working mother, Martha Stewart’s idol, outdoor pizza oven enthusiast and the pride of Britain… And now Gwyneth Paltrow can add “social network savior” to her flowing list of achievements. Fishsticks will take her oversharing to frightening new levels now that she has joined both Twitter and Facebook. Up until a few hours ago, Fishy left poking to the common folk and thought that hashtag was a smoking game her husband played by himself down in his man cave to deal with her ass on a daily basis. But Fishy’s about to do a whole lot of both.

Fishy first Tweet came in the form of a video tour of her nostrils. Fishy is trying to make you think that the video is of her hailing a cab in NYC, but nope. She has ulterior motives. She’s trying to let you know that this is what your nostrils should look like. If they don’t, then you better gargle them out with flax seed oil and work on your yoga flares.

And there’s a “like” button on Fishy’s Facebook page as of right now, but don’t think it’ll be there for long. I mean, it’s a given that you’ll “like” everything she posts.

via Gawker

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