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Kristen Bell can’t resist The Dax(e) Effect by drizzler
December 4, 2007, 9:27 pm
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Average temperatures in LA at this time of year are around 75 degrees. There is no reason for Kristen Bell to be wearing Uggs.

Dax Shepard hops from one Hollywood power blonde right to the next. He must have some tight game because it doesn’t seem like he’s got much else going for him.

We are also trying to understand why, though they stroll through the balmy streets of LA, Kristen Bell looks like she is stranded in the Siberian tundra. Could it be that things are cooling down on the West Coast? Not sure, but the weather’s definitely getting finicky over East. According to research at Purdue U., due to shifts in climate cities like New York and Atlanta are likely to be hit with twice as many severe weather days by the end of the century. Imagine getting hit by thunderstorms, hail and tornadoes, every other week. Not awesome.

Almost as un-awesome as Bell’s black Uggs. Drizzler

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idiots.. kristen bell can wear uggs if she wants they don’t just keep your feet warm in the winter but they keep them cool in the summer

Comment by jen

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