I had the same response. ((Scratches head)). I keep reading "I want to get drunk and swear," and "Your baby kills my buzz," and "I don't want to hear baby voices." Seriously? These people posting seem more self-absorbed than my little ones. It's all about them. WTF? »
This is so gross and wrong that it just makes me sad. When I first "met" Farrah, she was introduced to me through MTV, and she was just a dumb 16 year old.
Now she's a young adult, and she had made so many poor choices. She so badly wanted fame…and love. Now, she's a cliche, like the great Seinfeld quote, ""She does… »
Fuck yes she freaked out—that's what a good mother does. Adults were being cruel to a young child, HER child. Hilary telling asshats to "pick on someone their own size" was the right move. »
I agree with you. I think shame can be a good thing. A little side-eye kept me in line. I wasn't "good" for "goodness sake," I was afraid of bringing shame to my family.
And yes, Lewinsky received TOO much shaming. She was an INTERN, and he was her boss. The side-eye should go to him. If my boss was chasing our… »
I met my now-spouse at a Halloween party. We were both in costumes. When we met the following week for drinks, we barely recognized one another. It's a weird thing to meet someone and not be able to see their sense of style. Oddly enough, if we wouldn't have been in costumes, we might not have spoken at the party, and… »
Hmmmm…zero stars. Nothing even from a burner account. It looks like the only guy who finds teenagers attractive is YOU, perv. »
It's a film about race relations, just like Crash, for people who don't understand their privileged nilla status. Is that still a thing? Nilla!
(I'm still pissed that Crash beat Brokeback. Gawker, I wish I could quit you). »
I'm one of those weirdos who feel a deep annoyance that nears the level of hatred whenever I have to see a picture of or an interview with Anne Hathaway, and/or Julia Roberts. Maybe it's the choices they've made in clothing, or the way they talk, or heaven only knows what. All I know is that when I see them, I… »