No editorializing, please

Software should do its job and keep its trap shut:

Photoshop screen shot

Who’s the allegedly empty-headed beauty? Her name is Elena Alexandra Apostoleanu, but fans of Romanian pop stars know her as “Inna.” She’s not quite twenty-five, and she looks something like this:


And for the curious, here’s her 2010 single “10 Minutes”.

(First photo found at Poorly Dressed; second photo by T. Spark.)


  1. GradualDazzle »

    2 October 2011 · 8:55 am

    I can’t speak for the “Poorly Dressed” part, being a probable offender myself, but from what I can see, she’s rather fetching.

  2. CGHill »

    2 October 2011 · 10:22 am

    I’m thinking that they threw her into PD because none of the other 52 Cheezburger sites made sense either.

    My claims to fashion consultancy, of course, are conspicuous by their absence.

  3. canadienne »

    2 October 2011 · 3:34 pm

    Lame Photoshop joke.

  4. CGHill »

    2 October 2011 · 3:43 pm

    I admit to chuckling a bit, but I think by now I’ve seen almost every error message Photoshop has to offer. (Which offers testimony to my graphics skills, or lack thereof.)

  5. canadienne »

    2 October 2011 · 3:45 pm

    I agree they didn’t know where to put it. They should have left it out. Also, sadly, a dialogue box I see more often than I ought to, since I’ve been using Photoshop since before it had layers. Forgetting the active layer is empty in that spot, trying to copy or command/control J.

  6. fillyjonk »

    2 October 2011 · 4:25 pm

    Ah, so very many Hollywood types (and, apparently, politicians) that that joke could also be applied to.

  7. Rule 5 Sunday: White Lies : The Other McCain »

    2 October 2011 · 8:25 pm

    […] the Rule 5 News, and Roberta Missoni; Dustbury picks up the torch of Romanian babes by posting Inna, some vintage Angie Dickinson, and – believe it or not – Lady Gaga in a Little Black […]

  8. nightfly »

    3 October 2011 · 11:33 am

    Hey, how come “Ten Minutes” is only 3:22 long??? I want my money back!

  9. CGHill »

    3 October 2011 · 12:26 pm

    Be grateful that 60 Minutes, less advertising, runs about 45.

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