It’s Friday, people, GET EXCITED.
People sure were excited for Friday all week at work. Remember the dry erase board artists? They struck again (sort of):
The “art” if you will accumulated slowly throughout the week. Today? GONE. All of it. I was sure I’d come in and some other clever individual would have some beautiful Friday artwork. Maybe they’d pull out the purple and yellow markers and design a Friday message so mind-blowing that we could all pack it up and immediately go home.
Instead some sourpuss erase the whole thing. Boo to you, sourpuss.
Let’s celebrate this weekend with a few celebrity stories, shall we? Think of it as some virtual dry erase board art all up in your business.
Ok, so, why does it feel like Mariah Carey has been pregnant for 18 years? I expect, any day now, for US Weekly to run an article about how Mariah Carey gave birth in a bathtub full of Dom Pérignon and celebrated her twins’ graduation in the same day. Cigars, birthday cake and placenta for everyone!
The pregnant body is beautiful and blah blah blah, but really? you’re going to describe them as NASTY? I bet Mariah Carey has a whole room in her mansion dedicated to hiding her embarrassing photography, including the picture where she painted her pregnant belly with a picture of a butterfly.
Mariah Carey has the cray-cray.
In reality TV news, MTV has ordered Jersey Shore spin-offs for three of the cast members. There goes the neighborhood. And by neighborhood, I mean a whole generation of teenagers.
Please join me in a rousing chorus of NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
What else, what else…Oh, Kevin Federline needs to be fixed. Seriously, whoever is telling him that continuing to procreate needs to stop. I’m thinking about putting a little donation button over on the sidebar for “Kevin Federline Vasectomy Awareness”.
Kevin Federline + model/prettylady/popsinger = babies X 5 / 3 mommies
Now that’s math I can get behind.
If Kevin Federline can have that many children with that many pretty girls, there’s hope for everyone out there.