Over the past 8 hours, I’ve downed 64 oz. of water. Nothing else. No snacks. My head is pounding and I’m so, so hungry.
Now, the unpleasantness of drinking the Movi-Prep begins. (I’ve had a colonoscopy before, so I know of what I speak…) A friend of my has taken the silly word nast, which is worse than nasty, and made it even worse: NARST.
Jerry Seinfeld is being metaphorically stoned for being pissed off at Lady Gaga’s behavior during a Met’s home game the other night. I’m not throwing anything at Jerry, but I’m gonna throw some shade at Gaga.
Think about it. You pay an exorbitant amount of money for a private box for season tickets to your favorite team. Another celebrity misbehaves (i.e. wearing underwear and a baseball jersey, proceed to get drunk….blah blah blah…you know the rest from Brittani’s post earlier, yes?)
“I don’t understand how this is good for her, but I’m sure she understands her milieu better than I ever could,” Seinfeld said in an interview on New York radio station WFAN, according to ESPNNewYork.com.
The comedian said he can’t believe Mets officials put Gaga in his unoccupied private box without his permission after she flipped off photographers taking pictures of her in the box seats at Citi Field on July 10. “You give people the finger and you get upgraded? Is that the world we’re living in now?” Seinfeld joked.
Here are a few definitions of a word that should be used a bit more these days.
via People’s Dictionary, Definition of Entitlementarianism
1. The belief or perception by an individual or group that they have legitimate entitlement or pre-ownership over some thing, circumstance, event or issue that may affect them or others.
2. The notion of rights to things as a direct benefit of birth.
via Urban Dictionary, Definition of Entitlement Bitch:
Person (male or female) who are under the impression that they are the ruler of the world… or at least the establishment they are getting service in. Basically a person who expects to get what he wants in a store, restaurant, etc., with no regard to policies or laws.
Think about the people in your lives. Do you have individuals–who you probably love–who simply cannot understand how their behavior or outlook on life is purely and selfishly incredibly misguided? I am finding Lady Gaga’s actions over the weekend altogether too familiar on occasion in my life. (Except that Gaga basically got away with her crap.) I assume I’m not the only one who feels embarrassed or angry with regard to being stuck at the wrong end of an incident involving one of the Entitlement Bitches. Am I?
Tell me your stories. WHY is it always All. About. THEM?