Goth Kid:I guess you can join up with us if you want.
Goth Kid 2:Yeah. We're gonna go to the graveyard and write poems about death and how pointless life is.
Butters:Uh, uhm no thanks. I love life.
Stan:Huh? But you just got dumped.
Butters:Well yeah, and I'm sad, but at the same time I'm really happy that something could make me feel that sad. It's like, it makes me feel alive, you know? It makes me feel human. And the only way I could feel this sad now is if I felt something really good before. So I have to take the bad with the good, so I guess what I'm feeling is like a beautiful sadness. I guess that sounds stupid.
Goth Kid 2:Yeah.
Stan:No. No, Butters, that doesn't sound stupid at all.
Butters:Well, thanks for offering to let me in your clique, guys, but, to be honest, I'd rather be a crying little pussy than a faggy Goth kid.
“I’ve said this before, but: Own your opinions. Be a bigot because you want to be a bigot, not because you’ve given birth. Your kids didn’t ask to be born, and they certainly didn’t ask to be born to you, so stop acting like they’ve dictated that you need to be a backwards-ass priss.”—You See, My Homophobia is For My Children! - First Draft
Forbes Magazine has named TV star, fashion designer and New York Times bestselling writer Lauren Conrad as their newest columnist, not bad for a girl who started out her career on a reality TV series about spoiled rich kids.
Conrad will be a guest contributor to the financial publication where she will write weekly articles about her time spent in the fashion business, working on a celebrity website, working in the publishing industry and operating a business in the beauty and style industry.
The position, effective immediately will run for the next four months.
According to Forbes writer Jane Lee:
“Lauren’s jump from celebrity to entrepreneur puts her on the same trajectory as many a bright-eyed instant cover girl, but whether she can channel her persona into an enduring commercial tour de force remains to be seen.”
You know our culture is horseshit when the descriptor “NY Times bestselling writer” precedes the name “Lauren Conrad.” Let alone “Forbes columnist.” Hell in a handbasket. -matc
“You say that you love rain, but you open your umbrella when it rains. You say that you love the sun, but you find a shadow spot when the sun shines. You say that you love the wind, but you close your windows when wind blows. This is why I am afraid, you say that you love me too.”—William Shakespeare (via lets-run-away)