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Calm is better

22 Apr

We all have the tendency towards getting emotional when things just refuse to go our way no matter how hard we try, and that’s ok. The problem is, the more emotional you become, the less likely you are to get what you wanted in the first place because it’s difficult to interact with highly emotional people. Basically, calm is better.

Here’s an example.

The lady just wanted the tv to work with the universal remote but that all gets lost in the screaming and instead of getting some help with the problem, she manages to make herself look like a crazy bitch. It’s just as likely that she’s had a terrible month of frustrations and annoyances and just couldn’t hold it in anymore. It doesn’t matter though because an outburst is an outburst and unfortunately for this lady, this one was caught on film.

I am impressed that she mentions taking the children to see a shiprwreck. That’s the sort of tangential arguments that come out when a person is not in control of their emotions, and as you can see it definitely did not help her achieve her initial goal of sorting out the remote.

Crazy bitch tip: emotions are natural and can be difficult to deal with, but letting them get the better of you tends not to help you get what you’re after.

Snog, Marry, Avoid

1 Feb

Some women go overboard with their ‘style’. Snog, Marry, Avoid is an effort to resolve that.

Crazy bitch tip: When your own children are telling you you’re wearing a bit too much make up, you might want to listen to them.

The urge to be a Star

24 Jan

A lot of people out there in the big wide world dream of becoming a star. This seems especially true of attractive young women. They dream of being discovered and becoming rich and famous as a result. They dream of being on the covers of magazines and big screen close-ups and being lusted after by everyone, everywhere. They dream of being a household name.

I guess there’s nothing so bad about that dream, but it has lead many a young woman down a path of bad decisions. A lot of young women end up being taken advantage of in their search for fame. A lot of young women end up in very, very sad scenarios as a result of their desire to be desirable.

If you ask me, that’s a damned shame. Some of these girls end up taking a detour from their dreams of ending up on the silver screen and instead end up being mislead into appearing in porn. If not outright porn, they end up in horrible low budget films in which they play the roles such as ‘girl with big boobs’, ‘hot girl at party’, ‘slutty girl in hot tub’, ‘bikini car wash girl’, etc etc.

The thing is, even if these girls stay out of porn and only do those terrible roles, those roles tend to hinder their career rather than benefit it. Think about this… you’re a budding starlet and you’re offered the lead role in a film entitled “Whore”. Do you think that’s a good role to accept? Theresa Russell did.

How’s that for some shitty cinema? Can you imagine showing that off to people with pride? Can you imagine regailing your performance in the scene where another character tells your character (whore) that he wants to fuck you up the arse?

Even if you somehow get away with doing a film like that without it killing your career and you somehow do end up becoming a household name… isn’t it going to be enourmously embarrassing when your new-found fans start going back through all your movies and stumble onto a scene of you standing there in your lingerie beating a decrepit old man with his own cane?

Or what about that scene in which you let a guy unzip your skirt from the back, revealing you butt to the world, and then you passionlessly bounce on him until he orgasms and dies? Y’know, this scene…

One thing that I always think about when I’m watching a movie or tv scene is, yeah it’s just a movie, but whatever is actually happening in the scene had to happen in real life for it to be filmed. That means that Theresa Russel actually had to sit on that guys lap and have him unzip her skirt. Not only did she have to submit herself to that, but she had to do it in front of at least the 10 other people who were on set at the time, and chances are she had to do it several times until the director decided it was a good enough take.

And that’s the thing about ‘acting’. For some reason people seem to accept that doing something on film for a role is acceptable, even though doing the same thing in real life would be considered degrading and humiliating. Imagine that same scene taking place without anyone shooting film. Imagine a good looking young woman having her skirt unzipped over and over while a group of people watched and gave her instructions on how to do it better, or how to get more light on her arse? That would be completely unacceptable, right? But because it’s for a film, it’s somehow ok?

Think about porn stars! There are hookers around the world who now set up a video camera whenever they’re turning a trick because that way they can say they’re making a porno. Making a porn film is legal, but having sex for money is not. So if you’ve got a camera running, you’re protected from prosecution.

So essentially, if you’re willing to be degraded on film, you’re an actor. If you’re not willing to be on film, you’re a prostitute. To my mind, it seems a very strange distinction.

Anyway, I’m sure Theresa Russel is a lovely lady and not a crazy bitch, but I’d hazard a guess that she didn’t win her role in Spiderman 3 by showing off her work in Whore. I’m going to make the assumption that she’s not especially proud of that role now and probably wishes that her kids, grandkids, and future great grandkids et al wouldn’t ever see it. But the internet means that they can see it and probably will, one way or another.

If you want to be a star, chase that dream, but along the way at least consider the long term impacts of the decisions you make along the way. There’s a certain point at which chasing your dream can get so messy that the last thing you’d want is for people to start looking into your past, and at that point, you’ve kind of killed the dream you were chasing in the first place.

Crazy bitch tip: the fact that someone is willing to film you doing something doesn’t automatically make it something you should do.

Be less childish than your child

22 Dec

Watch this.

That blonde lady is a real bitch. She is a horrible, horrible person. Her son bullied the sweet young lady who’s on stage, and this blonde goblin dares to point out that she had a difficult time hearing that her son got in trouble for doing so! I’m not sure what planet she’s on but it sure as hell ain’t Earth.

Blonde thingI can’t believe she had the gall to taunt the woman who is kindly standing up for her emotionally abused daughter and then, when she’s caught out doing it, to throw out the most insulting of all apologies “I’m sorry if that made you feel bad”. Fuck her!

The thing that pushes the bully’s mother from bitch territory right over the edge into crazy bitch territory, is that she’s acting that way while she’s being filmed. She’s being so awful with full knowledge that she’s being filmed, and that means she thinks what she’s doing is ok!

Condesending and immature

This screenshot doesn’t capture the Cheshire cat smile this bitch has while taunting the bullied girls mother, watch the video from about 5:42 to get a proper look at it.

Double fuck her for daring to say things like “We’ll pray for you” and all the other rubbish about God. I’m not religious but I’ve got no real qualms with anyone believing in something if it makes their life better, but I sure have an issue with these human ringworms who decide they’re all high and mighty because they have faith in a religion.

When that blonde thing implies that she’s a good person because she has faith it makes me want to throw some holy water on her just to see if she catches fire and melts into the ground. If her God is up there, he sure as fuck ain’t opening any pearly gates for her!

It’s so obvious that the blonde’s son learned to bully from his mother’s example. I know ‘doctor’ Phil isn’t exactly high brow at the best of times but I can’t even comprehend how he just lets that blonde blob taunt and hassle that young girl and her mother after all the bullying and even death threats they experienced.

When the mother of the bullied child nearly breaks down into tears in disbelief that people seem to find her and her daughter’s suffering to be funny and entertaining, I’m right there with her. Seriously, what the fuck is going on? How is everyone just ok with how the bully’s mother is behaving? How does the entire audience not just rise up and chase her out of the studio?!!?

Beyond that, why the fuck is ‘doctor’ Phil talking down to the bullied girl’s mother? Why is he acting like she’s being unreasonable? Fair play, the bullied girl’s mother does have a whiny voice and she’s very mopy but she should be mopy! Her kid was mercilessly bullied and the parents of two of her daughter’s attackers are sitting there mocking her.

One thing that really gets me riled up is seeing a monster roaming around with the disguise of a human face. I reckon that blonde banshee is precisely that and I hope karma finds her and delivers a massive helping of comeuppance.

Crazy bitch tip: Never, ever use the apology “I’m sorry if that hurt your feelings”. It is the most insulting apology there is.

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