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New readers BEWARE! Some of Sarah’s stories are very funny. You may laugh so hard that you injure yourself. I especially like her 3 Musketeers stories, which are fictional accounts of adventures of the world’s three most lovable gymnasts.
Sarah writes about women’s gymnastics, music, sex, and other important issues. Input from readers around the world provides info and perspectives that we generally do not get from sports and news media in the USA.
After being entertained by Sarah’s writings, you may find that you have unintentionally learned something. If you are easily offended, you may find that your time is better spent elsewhere. You have been warned.
This blog is very informative and humorous. Sarah’s writing is always creative and brings up interesting topics to discuss. Every time I come to this site I find new and old stories to keep myself entertained. Sarah’s interaction with her readers is what really makes this blog special.
I swear I didn’t pay these people any money – I just offered them dates with Lili Arboreen.
Sarah’s site is a fine place to go when you want to read about gymnastics in a way that’s not all too serious, but is still honest. The love for artistic gymnastics (don’t forget that important word ‘artistic’) is apparent, so fans of Russian and especially Romanian gymnasts will enjoy this site.
Sarah’s unique style may not be for everyone, but she always stands for what she says, she’s not a hypocrite who gives false praise just to keep people happy. So if you want to have a good time on a site made by a true gymnastics fan who does not blindly follow the crowd, you will love Sarah’s site.
Sarah’s gymnastics blog is more of an outlet for creative writing based around gymnasts than a site for recent gymnastics updates. It’s certainly a nice break from the news stories that get posted and reposted until you hear from 10 different sources that X gymnast is uncertain about retirement or Y gymnast has withdrawn from Z competition. I am not a diehard fan of Romanian gymnastics or gymnastics before 1995 like Sarah is. However, her writing alone is worth reading.
In my mind, girlfrommalibu is the equivalent of The Onion for gymnastics. I wish more people would recognize satire and not spend their energy bitching when it’s quite obvious nothing is seriously mean-spirited.
That said, this site is not for the faint of heart (probably the closest I ever get to pornography!) or for those without a sense of humor/sarcasm. It’s a bonus, if, like me, you are a gymnastics fan and American but hate the American “power” style of gymnastics. It’s good to know there are more of us out there. (:
Sarah! writes raw, honest, highly creative and often wickedly funny posts. She engages in dialogue with her readers as directly and consistently as any blog host around. Where else can you exchange views with an intelligent female blogger who has an open offer to pay anyone who can provide film of the sex 17-year-old Dominique Moceanu had with her married “friend” in the Cayman Islands? Let’s just say that there are subjects you get to talk about here with a perspective unique on the Internet tubes.
Strong opinions and exotic tastes, with the courage and wit to lay them out there- that’s what you get from The Girl from Malibu.
Before the release of her album “Blue”, Joni Mitchell played some of the songs for Kris Kristofferson. He responded by saying, “Oh, Joni, leave something for yourself.” I admit to thinking that sometimes when I read Sarah! here.
Welcome to Sarah’s site, the best place for gymnastics and not only. Here you can find a successful mixture of gymnastics, music, sex and life in general, always with a lot of fun and a little touch of indecency. You can even learn English and other languages.
In this blog, the old gymnastics legends are still in force, which is unique with gymnastics websites. All in all, a very informative, funny and clever blog designed by the awesome creativity and imagination of this California girl. Like we Romanians say: “Un blog foarte fain!” (“A very cool blog!”)