watch out y'all
Im in a very whats the word cruel mood today for no good reason other than Im bored and antsy and since I cant drive down to Tijuana and buy 6 pounds of weed and then drive to Vegas and do blow and gamble for 3 days straight and then drive to New York and drink coffee at the Waverly Café at 4am reading the Village Voice and then walk through Chelsea with a tall boy in one hand kicking over garbage cans on the way to the Vault, Im going to make fun of a people. So GO VISIT SOMEONE ELSE if you dont want negativity today. Im serious. I wont be mad. But dont send me any hate mail. I dont want to hear it. Youve been warned.Whooooooooooooooo!
This chick fucking scares me. Look at her face. Its like getting a paint job and replacing all the chrome on your car, and then leaving the windshield cracked. And she actually changed her name to High Voltage. Holy shit. And whats with her hands? Look closely. Theyre like little scary claws. Shes like a very excited monster with great abs and a little zipper on the front of her stretch pants that allows her to at anytime she feels needy advertise the fact that even a 50 year-old can still be sassy and shave her pussy. Whooooooooooooooooo!!!
Check this shit. I was searching for the correct spelling of Adrian Zmed (dude, dont ask) and came across a Texas girls review of the recent Grease revival.
"Ok, so I attended my first theate affair last night and it was a wonderful extravaganza. Being a small town girl from deep in the heart of Texas and finally finding myself living in a place where the cultural opportunities are infinite, and that makes me very excited. So what did I choose for my first time out but my ever favorite musical Grease! It took place on Thursday, 4-24-97, at 8:00pm at the Wilshire Theater in Los Angeles, California. So the big question.....how was the show??? And the answer is ....it was fabulous. They took my breath away....I was mesmerized for nearly 3hrs. The vocal attributes of the cast were impeccable as well as there ability to dance and act as if they were really living in the fifties. Of course we all know Adrian Zmed is the epitome of a cool dude of the fifties! Mackenzie Phillips is a living testament that talent can be passed through the Genes......her performance as the Racy Rizzo was outstanding. Lets not forget Sally Struthers as Miss Lynch, she was born for this role....she was truly hilarious. I was also blown away by a couple of members of the cast that were unknown to me but surely not to the Broadway community. One was a T-bird Roy Chicas (Doody)he sang a song "Those Magic Changes" and his performance proves he is definitely in his calling....this song was one of the highlights of the show for me....he was great. Then there was the Teen Angel, Kevin-Anthony. He stole the show with "Beauty School Dropout". He is one of the few people who have the talent and ability to execute the vocal acrobatics that he displayed for us...I wish he were my guardian angel to sing for me whenever I needed. The cast opened the show and the first day of school there at Rydell with an acappella rendition of "We Go Together" I was very impressed by this. Tommy Tune is truly lucky to have assembled a cast w/such great talent and a cast that truly jive together.....they are great together.....Bravo to all who contributed to this excellent production!!!! --Michelle G."
I love this: "Being a small town girl from deep in the heart of Texas and finally finding myself living in a place where the cultural opportunities are infinite." Currently Im stripping at Crazy Girls on La Brea and as soon as I finish my period Im doing my first adult film with the famous TT Boy. Gee Mom and Dad. Am I glad I moved to L.A.! Love Michelle.
And "Of course we all know Adrian Zmed is the epitome of a cool dude of the fifties!" Well, duh! Cmon lady, everyone knows that.
"Mackenzie Phillips is a living testament that talent can be passed through the Genes." As well as drug addiction and ugliness!
But this is perhaps my favorite line, "The vocal attributes of the cast were impeccable as well as there ability to dance and act as if they were really living in the fifties." Anyone know if The New York Times has found a replacement for Janet Maslin yet? Cuz if not
A lot of celebrities are finally putting together their own websites. The following suck:
This is an awesome product. Im ordering it right now. (Repressed dumbshit moron hick fuck-faces.)
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