Gaga's Hermes Coat Isn't Real, So Please Calm Yourselves

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Gaga\'s Hermes Coat Isn\'t Real, So Please Calm Yourselves
There are few things I respect more than snark, and Lady Gaga has snark in spades.

After she stepped out of her Sofia, Bulgaria hotel in a calf-length fur coat, the internet erupted into spasms of “FUR IS MURDEEEERRR” and “SHE LOOKS FABULOUSSS.”

People were disgusted that she dared carry a living puppy right next to her giant death coat, and made their disgust well known. After enough PETA members and reporters wrote scathing indictments of Gaga’s outfit choice, she responded with this fantastic statement on her LittleMonsters.com.

"For those press and such who are writing about whether or not my fur is actually real, please don't forget to credit the designer HERMES. Thank You! LOVE, gaga."

Though many people found this to be a nasty, sarcastic remark meant to fan the flames, it was actually a little clue to how real the fur was.

A bit of research would lead the upset masses to conclude that Gaga’s coat is not real, just as none of the fur pieces from the Hermes Fall 2012 collection were made in real fur.

They’re high-pile fur, which means that it’s fake. Fake, fake fake. So everyone can sit back, relax, and stop re-examining their love of Gaga.
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