Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Let Me Share My Perfect With You

It looks like Gwyneth Paltrow has a Daily Candy-style newsletter she's working on.

"Go to a city you've never been to. Learn something new. Don't be lazy. Workout and stick with it."
Oh, I can already tell we're gonna be friends. I love it when rich bitches tell me, "Don't be lazy."

Thanks, a.

8 comments:

  1. Yeah between the name of the site and her advice I literally laughed out loud.

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  2. She should have just called it "Vomit." Here are all my thoughts on everything in one pile. Please clean it up for me when you're done. Thanks. Oh, and could you zip me up? You're an angel.

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  3. I want to kick her in the teeth.

    And then I want to bitch slap her husband.

    All this before *I* rule the motherfucking world.

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  4. Vomit, indeed. Why name it "GOOP?" It's very offensive on many levels. Like that Oprah "take care of your spirit" shit. I could sure be more fucking motivated to be less lazy if I had a house in London and the Hamptons too. Or just some stronger medication. What a hooker! Mamacita, tu blog esta mucho mas interesante.

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  5. "My life is good because I'm not passive about it". ~ GP

    Your life is good, lady, because you're crazy rich! Puh-leaze!

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  6. didn't the spence school teach her, not to end a sentence with a preposition?

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  7. Oh, come on. Show you're one with the people of the world by letting your nanny leave 5 minutes early. On a Sunday. Because it's also Not Being Lazy. And maybe, every other month, you could also let the yard guys not roll the lawn to perfect barefoot carpet perfection. But think about that one carefully, because they might start to take it for granted.

    I have to be honest: there is no WAY I am going to avert my eyes from the deliciously ridiculous train-wreck of smug rich absurdity that her site promises to be.

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  8. Celebrities are so stupid.

    I wish we could make them pay for the bailout.

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