Monday, August 22, 2011

Whose Wedding Is It Anyway?

Greetings Pups,

So I heard that Kim Kardashian got married over the weekend. I say, sincerely, good for her. It's rare that anyone even bothers with marriage anymore, and it's nice to see people still giving it somewhat of the respect it deserves. Although, with celebrity weddings, I bet sometimes it's about the spectacle of it all.

I must say, though, I love this idea that I heard she had about having everyone dress in black or white. WHITE! Most brides are so prissy about being the only one in that color, but not Kim. Perhaps, it was so that she would not be the only one inappropriately wearing white. I know she was the bride, but come now. What's up, Ray J?

All of that aside, she did look beautiful and she should have been the center of attention when it came the ladies. She was not. And it was all thanks to her mother, Kris Jenner. Anyone see her dress? Now, even though I know some things about fashion, I am not an expert. I get that fashion forward and ugly are often synonymous, but is a huge, HUGE bow on your chest ever not a bad idea? I'm going to that it is always a bad idea. I don't care if Kelly and Brenda on 90210 fought over a dress with that description back in the early nineties. Still hideous.

Well, now that my eyes have stopped burning, I will say congratulations again. I hope they are happy and that it lasts. So maybe they should leave the Hollywood world and get new jobs.


Love and full Moons,

Becky the Writer


Tuesday, August 9, 2011

That's Just Creepy

Greetings Pups,

Okay, I am not one to get too emotionally involved with every story that comes out of the entertainment industry, but I had to get physically involved with a recent one. I say "physically" because vomiting is a physical thing.

Some of you may have heard of an actor named Doug Hutchison (Horace, to all you "Losties" out there!) and his new bride . . . his new SIXTEEN YEAR OLD BRIDE! Oh, and he's fifty-one, by the way.

At what point does someone stop thinking that this kind of thing isn't sick anymore, long enough to do it! I've seen interviews with these two. First of all, her parents allowed it. Someone call the cops on them. Second, they kept going on and on about love this and love that. Well, in the infamous words of Detective Elliot Stabler, "That's not love; that's pedophilia".

Now some people are doubting that this girl is actually sixteen, in the spirit of bad publicity being better than no publicity. And, I'll admit it, this chick looks about forty. But these days, how little girls want to grow up at warp speed, can we really know anything by looks? I suppose the doubts are just wishful thinking by the easily disgusted.

Look, I've followed this actor's work for years, and I've always liked him. But this? I am sorry. Lines must be drawn. Do what you want, but expect backlash.

Lord, help them all.


Love and Full Moons,

Becky the Writer