Monday, November 20, 2006

A role model for all girls

Scarlett Johansson has emerged as a roll model for all girls with the comments I’ve linked here:

The LOST IN TRANSLATION star last month (10OCT06) boasted about being so "socially aware" she gets tested for HIV twice a year.

When I was growing up, Scarlett would not have been called “socially aware”.

My friends and I would have called her a “Hose-Bag” which is the abbreviated form of GBHBSHHGer which is the acronym for:

Greasy-Bitch, Hose-Bag, Sea-Hag, Head-Giver.

Seriously a folk, how sick and twisted is this chick’s life that she feels the need to be tested for AIDS every 6-months? And she tries to pass it off as a virtue, A VIRTUE.

The wench tacitly admits that she spreads her legs at the drop of a hat, but it’s not a problem because she gets a twice-yearly blood test.

Who takes these freaks of nature seriously, other than themselves and “enlightened” European? Why are continually subjected to opinions that are based on their completely distorted views of the world?

Just read the words provided, make your silly movies and bring home the millions while complaining that the government doesn’t do enough to help the poor.

Then show up at annual slate of self-congratulatory, aren’t we fucking great award shows, wearing the ribbon of the year and spewing platitudes that keep your adoring fans actually thinking you care about them.

As Lena Lamont said in Singin’ in the Rain:

Ladies and gentlemen, I can't tell you how thrilled we are at your reception for "The Dancing Cavalier", our first musical picture together. If we bring a little joy Into your humdrum lives, we feel as though our hard work ain't been in vain for nothing.

Scarlett, my dear, I don’t give a damn about you, your screw-at-will lifestyle, or your childish opinions.

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