Tuesday, July 19, 2016
Posted by Sammi Robin
We were talking about my D-bag, who if you would like to know about, simply read pretty much any of my posts. The Blow Off has sort of been like therapy as well. She told me that he seemed slightly sociopathic with a smaller degree of empathy than the average human. She was convinced that he also still had a lot of growing up to do and didn't see him being truly intimate with anyone for a long time. She claimed that even if he did get married, he would never be capable of the kind of love and closeness that I desire. I certainly liked/agreed with all of this. First of all, it made me feel so much about myself. Secondly, I figured she's a certified expert so she must be correct.
Monday, July 18, 2016
I'm sad to see these two part ways, but there were rumors for awhile that Kruger had cheated on Pacey Witter with Norman Reedus. But they were together for ten years, which is basically a hundred in celebrity years.
Is it bad that I still would be happy to see him with Katie Holmes? Suri needs a father! Jamie Foxx is too private!
Tuesday, July 12, 2016
Okay, now that I've gotten that off my chest, here are some of the highlights from last night's show (AKA the parts I paid attention to).
Tuesday, June 28, 2016
Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Here were the highlights:
Chad #1's funeral
After the guys find out that Mad Chad has gotten the boot on the two on one date, they commemorate the occasion by throwing him a funeral. I wish someone could do an anthropological study that observes douchebags who make fun of other douchebags in their natural douchebag habitat. They sprinkle Chad's protein powder (AKA his murdered mother's ashes) into the Pennsylvania greenery and yell "Death to Tyrants" into the wind. Yup. I wonder how all those impoverished citizens of North Korea would feel if they learned that a tyrant in America is just someone who consumes way too much protein, keeps to himself while lifting weights, and makes benign threats of violence.