Widely loathed nepot celebrity nut Gwyneth Paltrow not clear on concept of “oversharing”

I’m justifying this mean-spirited post on the grounds that Gwynny is a nauseating Obama suck-up who named her daughter “Apple”. Anyway, this kind of smut seems to be all the rage here at BCF just now.

Gwyneth Paltrow is not a doctor. She really, really isn’t. She doesn’t even play one in the Iron Man movies (I don’t think).

Still, you probably shouldn’t click this link.

You’re going to, though, aren’t you? Of course you are. You simply can’t help yourselves.

Well don’t say you weren’t warned.

  • Not the kind of Steam Heat I care for


    • I love Liza. I don’t mind nepots. I just dislike them when that’s all they are.

  • Xavier

    Let the woman be! If she thinks her privates need steam cleaning, they probably do. I trust her opinion on this one.

    • Mark DeFord Eletion

      Actually, she could save some money by cleaning herself up at home using WD-40. Nice smell, good solvent, prevents rust.

      My guess is that when women in the entertainment industry
      engage in this kind of silliness, it’s usually because they are either hoping to pick up a new boyfriend/husband, or they are advertising themselves as ultra-high-priced hookers.

      Maybe Gwyneth is trying to attract the attention of a rich oil-arab, in which case, the WD-40 may be useful as a pre-cleaner for him as well.

      Disclaimer: Unless you’re Gwyneth Paltrow or some other thoughtless hollywood dimwit, use WD-40 only according to instructions on the label. Don’t use it internally.

      • Xavier

        I’m thinking she’s more the Liquid Plumber type.

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  • Uncle_Waspy

    Must resist….obvious….pun……gaaah! !

  • Gaylord Ponce

    All foods are biological you stupid skank. As far as your twat’s concerned, don’t go swimming when the salmon are running.

    • Exile1981

      According to a quick on line search it seems that the procedure is popular with “escorts” as it provides a “clean and fresh” work environment that their clients prefer.

  • winniec

    What? Or ‘whatever’? Does she understand that steam temperature is 212° F. ? Or does she care to be in hospital for a year? Don’t use steam ‘down there’.

    • Exile1981

      I work around steam where 600F is the normal steam temperature, I joking shared that story with the wife and told her that Paltrow better stay away from our boilers.

      There was another BCF article on this a few days ago, I linked in that one to the place she gets it done and they use a vaporizer and heat the “steam” to only 28C-30C and they soak essential special herbs in the water.

      I suspect you could get the same effect by squatting naked over one of those cool mist humidifiers that you added some lilac oil too. And save yourself the $50 for 30 minutes.

      The call the procedure V-steam… I’ll let you guess what the V stands for.

  • winniec

    Next week, Paltrow explains how she alters the tides at her beach house using crystals.

  • Chatillon

    Arrggghhh! BCF: You didn’t warn me enough!!

  • Ron MacDonald

    The only thing she has going for her is looks.

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  • Maggat

    Paltrow, oh for heaven sake here I though it was Paltroon, oh well.