Tuesday, September 17, 2019
Drunken internet bully Chrissy Teigen was at the premier of piece of shit movie "Between Two Ferns" that she's in, and stars all of the other "precious on the internet" people you could imagine, along with her husband Black Yanni Jr. I'd rather sit in a giant toaster oven, covered in honey and fire ants than see this movie. Oh but I'm sure you'll like it.
Monday, September 16, 2019
Friday, September 13, 2019
!!!UPDATE!!! I tried to fix this 10 fucking times but it keeps putting that white background behind the words so you know what? If you don't want to read it don't because I'm done fucking with this asinine story. These two assholes can rot in an Iranian prison for all I give a shit. This is the kind of shit that ONLY happens when I write these stories on Google's Chrome browser for some reason.
Two Instagram assholes, Jolie King and Mark Firkin, decided to take a trip to show everyone how wrong their attitudes are toward certain Middle Eastern countries so they took their plastic smiles, and their air of smug superiority straight to Iran...
“Our biggest motivation… is to hopefully inspire anyone wanting to travel, and also try to break the stigma around travelling to countries which get a bad wrap [sic] in the media,”
Good for them. Show those stupid idiots in Fly Over Country that their attitudes are all wrong and ignorant, and that people really are kind everywhere. No wait. Scratch that. I'll give you one guess what happened next
"...the frequent updates King and Firkin shared to the Instagram account, The Way Overland, they’d set up just for the trip abruptly stopped in late June."
You know why the posts stopped? They were arrested. In Iran. For "illegally flying a drone". And guess what. As far as anyone knows they're still there. In an Iranian prison. Way to go. You hear these stories once in a while about some hippie from Sweden that decides to take a bike trip from Sweden through somewhere to prove the people are kind and winds up getting slaughtered and thrown into a ravine. Or those mentally ill people that climb into tiger cages to prove the tigers are just big misunderstood stuffed animals. But good for them. people love these stories, just not for the reasons they think.
I sure learned my lesson and now know that I should be a little less judgmental about how things go in the Middle East. Maybe 20 or 30 more of these "influences" can show us. Just so we're sure.