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Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Wishing Mary-Kate (and Ashley, I guess) Olsen the Best. The Very Best.

Posted By on Wed, Jun 13, 2007 at 3:23 PM

I could slice open an artery for forgetting! Really, how could I overlook the anniversary of the day that God blessed us all with fashion icon and supreme being, Mary-Kate Olsen. And Ashley, too. But she’s not nearly as glorious as MK. (Who is, really?) And to celebrate, I plan on digesting a scant 25% of what I eat today. How will you honor the occasion?

The image that started it all, the shot heard around the world:

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Here she is in a very rare non-black nail polish moment:

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Back in black:

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Effortlessly going blond, sporting fur:

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"So I'm back, to the Velvet Underground..."

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Draped in drapes, not in the mood for your shit right now:

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Heading to art class in a pair of shoes better than that Gimmie Shoes purchase you're trying to pull off:

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A righteous Badgley Mischka ad or a before-and-after shot:

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A hungry MK gnawing on a stripper's meaty, tan leg:

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Ready to cast a spell, sparkle:

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And finally, Mary-Kate (and her sister) doing what she does best -- being awesome in an all-black ensemble:

Happy Birthday, tubby! --Brock Keeling

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