Blanche Week Finale! Jodie Foster and RuPaul Jokes
BY Jami Smith
June 07 2013 8:43 PM ET
Remember, we only roast the ones we love and today's celebrities are no exception. Our Twitter followers have posted their best jokes about drag superstar, RuPaul, and (maybe out?) Academy Award winner, Jodie Foster.
While you're voting, remember that you can still vote on any of our previous Blanche Week jokes! The jokester with the most overall votes will be crowned, "Best Blancher Ever" next week.
In no particular order, here are the top jokes about RuPaul and Jodie Foster. Vote for your favorite at the bottom of the page! Vote as often as you like; irrational obsessive behavior is encouraged by Gaysayer.
"You Better Work" is something Ru Paul says to hobos who ask him for change. #blanched— The Connie Howe (@TheConnieHowe) June 6, 2013
Somewhere in RuPaul's attic, there's a portrait of George Foreman that's really starting to look rough. #StevieTV— Alejandro Morales(@AlleyHandRow) May 30, 2013
On a daily basis, RuPaul's junk gives new and powerful meaning to "Free at last, free at last great God almighty I'm free at last" #Blanched— frank liotti (@Frank_Liotti) June 6, 2013
RuPaul, if I wanted to watch gay men cry about how hard their life is while wearing pretty dresses, I'd go to Vatican City #StevieTV— Brad Loekle (@BradLoekle) May 28, 2013
Jodie Foster is such a method actress, spending 30 years in a closet to prepare for "Panic Room". Amazing.#Blanched— frank liotti (@Frank_Liotti) June 6, 2013
Guys which movie was it that Jodie Foster played a driven, fiercely independent woman facing some kind of adversity? #Blanched— Eric Hahn (@Hahneric) June 4, 2013
Jodie Foster has such a powerful presence, after working with her in Panic Room, Kristin Stewart's expression never changed again. #StevieTV— Alejandro Morales(@AlleyHandRow) May 29, 2013
Got stuck in the bathroom talking to Jodie Foster for 3 hours because she was using the urinal next to mine. #StevieTV— Zackary Ross (@Zackblows) May 29, 2013
When Jodie Foster came out, it shocked people. Then those 3 people went back to living their lives in the small town of Oblivious #StevieTV— Rock Manor (@GayLaughs) May 29, 2013
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