Truly, they do. It’s one of the dumbest trends I’ve seen among college-aged Mormons. Whether it’s Halloween or some poetry slam, or whatever the case may be. They look it looks sexy and glamorous and cool and unique, but they really just look pretentious and pathetic.
I once threw a party, and some loser showed up with a fake cig hangin’ outta his mouth. Guess how long he lasted before I kicked him out? It was less than 2 minutes.
I realize I’m bein’ a bit harsh, but that’s never stopped me before. 🙂
(But I do like this song):
Alrighty, back to the main point:
make you look like an idiot!
I was a bit disappointed that for her Halloween special, she featured this young boy wearing a wrecking ball costume, an obvious nod to the infamous Miley Cyrus music video (read my critique of it here!). The video is inappropriate (duh), and having this boy reference it is also somewhat inappropriate.
Don’t make things that are NOT cute/ funny try to seem cute/ funny,
especially when children are involved!
*Friends, I have LOTS of thoughts on Ellen. The vast majority of them are positive!
I don’t want a world of broken things.
celebrating broken things…
is just a change of location.
Abortion is a loaded topic, and there is of course mountains more to say about it. But let’s not overlook this simple truth. Here is the LDS Church’s official stance.
Also, here’s a VERY powerful video. It’s not graphic/bloody (no aborted fetuses), but again it’s powerful.
(TATW read them!)
What you want? Morning sickness or the sickness of mourning?
BRILLIANT phrase-twist, Mr. Cannon. Wow.
And don’t be emailing me about your special circumstances
and say I’m judgmental.
I know there are those circumstances.
I know that.
“You love the Red Sox. But have they ever loved you back?”
Oh, and thanks to this girl for inspiring me in this post, and in my life.
She’s a HUGE Red Sox fan (DUH!)
and I wouldn’t be the person I am without her.
But MOST importantly, I wouldn’t have watched the movie without her.
PS. I have thought a lot about this idea of hobbies/interests (ie Natasha Bedingfield) getting in the way of REAL life. Check it stat:
PPS. In the end, Jimmy Fallon’s character gets his act together, gets the girl, gets to the game, AND the Sox win the 2004 World Series. Every once in a while, EVERYONE WINS! Take that, Curse of Bambino!
PPPS. If my guy ever wanted to read about sports while I blogged on my Mac computer, that wouldn’t be the end of the world…
*blink and you might miss that there are 2 wedding dresses in this post.
before I even fully knew what that meant!
Alexander Pope and Jonathan Swift would be so proud!
Check out my approach to satire here.
For those who may not quite understand, I was exploiting the stereotype that Mormon girls often get married and pregnant very young. Here is another self-satire.