According to Complex.com, and just about every single person on my Twitter feed, Justin Beiber was bitch slapped by some basketball player named Blake Griffin. I’m just going to take a moment to say that I think he can be Kim Kardashian’s ex, Chris Humphreys’ identical twin, but moving right along…
Apparently Bieber was trying to order a caramel apple machhiato (do these exist and can someone buy one for me this second) shirtless, and went nuts when the barista told him that he had to be clothed to order. Come on, dude, you’re going to go nuts over that? The guy has just about the least amount of power of any profession in the United States of America. You couldn’t just let him feel like he won? Continue reading
It’s baffling to me just how much press Justin Bieber is getting for his arrest. I mean, really, people — this is what constitutes as news nowadays? What about the fact that people (including myself) don’t have jobs or health insurance? What about stories from Washington, DC, so we know what the hell’s going on in this country?; what about acts of heroism from police officers and firefighters? I’d even take hearing about this brick weather and seeing video of little kids sledding in Central Park. But, instead, I get to watch an over-privileged, under-masculine, all-around annoying white boy get cuffed on his LAMBORGHINI after snorting up all his easily earned money. Super. Continue reading
In my entire New Yorker life, I have never once been to the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree lighting ceremony. That’s a sin, I know. But, in my defense, I hate crowds. I’m super tiny and I tend to get lost whenever there’s a lot of people.
During Fashion’s Night Out I wandered onto the sidewalk thinking my friends were behind me and ended up getting lost for 25 minutes. No one could find me and we weren’t able to call each other because the phones were down due to the crazy amount of people.
I am, however, willing to overlook my fear of crowds because I think it’s time for me to finally see this tree lit up in person. In addition to my excitement over seeing the 74-foot Norway spruce light up in front of my eyes, I’m also pumped to watch performances by Justin Bieber, Michael Buble, Cee Lo Green, Katherine McPhee, Carole King and, of course, the Radio City Rockettes. It should definitely be a blast! I’ll keep you posted!
MAJOR FAIL!!! First, Continue reading