FOF #1001 – Vote for Hedda

Jun 10, 2009 · 112635 views

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New York City Drag Queen comedian Hedda Lettuce talks about her desire to be a contestant on RuPaul’s Drag Race. American Idol contestant Adam Lambert comes out as gay.

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  1. DavidMcD says:

    Love me the Hedda! Would love to see all of you guys on RuPaul’s Drag Race. Until then, I can just listen to the FOF. :)

  2. RcktMan says:

    Wow.. what a fun show! And how random! The trick showing up at the door while she’s talking to you? PRICELESS!!! Save that one for the 2000th show retrospective for sure!!! LOL!!!!

  3. MichaelMuscles says:

    Hedda is such a slut… love it!

  4. Cliff Dix says:

    Funny stuff. During the very mellow ending song, I could easily picture Hedda back in her bedroom with her trick slowly taking off her green wig and getting busy.

  5. corey says:

    Silly Fausto. If you’d read my FOF profile, you’d see that I’m in Kansas, not England, unfortunately. 😛

    Thanks for the shout out though!

    Oh, and how could you resist the opportunities for “tossed salad” jokes when Headda got her hook up??? 😉

  6. She is truly on of America’s greatest Heads of Lettuce.

  7. She is deliciously bitchy and fabulous! LOVE HER!

  8. Andy says:

    I like her a lot. She is funny and does not take herself too seriously.

  9. HatM says:

    Not washing hair with shampoo doesn’t mean they don’t wash hair at all!
    It’s not dry for years.
    A lot of hairdressers who know how damaging can shampoo be for the hair don’t wash their hair either. Hair with no specific dandruff problems (or other problems and colouring or neading special treatments) can be washed simply with water. Regularly wash with water or natural masks use before washing will regulate the greasy hair and get the dirt caused by street air polution as well as with chemical products.
    Water washed and mantained hair can be proven to be as healthy as shampoo washed hair.

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