Wednesday, February 04, 2009

MIKEY PHELPS IS HIGH. WAIT, I MEAN...IN HIGH-DEFINITION.

I'm soooo annoyed at life right now. But I digress...

Did any of you drive by a Denny's yesterday? That free Grand Slam breakfast promotion had people waiting in really long lines! Jesus!

That sexy geekalicious Olympic champion Michael Phelps was caught smoking pot! OH MY GOD! THE END OF THE WORLD IS HERE! Big whoop! So the kid likes to party a bit. Give him a break. I mean please! I had heard that even at the Olympics, marijuana was not on the list of substances that disqualify you from competing. You read that right! So why all the fuss? Mikey Phelps has worked hard his whole life to get this far, and proved himself in the pool, give him all those endorsement millions already will ya? I mean, if I have to be an ordinary working stiff with bitterness issues in this lifetime, I think someone as extraordinary as Phelps should be showered with all the money in the world that I wish I had at this very moment but don't because I just didn't have enough ambition earlier in my life like I should have, and I am grateful to even have a job in this economy, but somehow I am still pissy because I'd like to buy all that yummy delicious healthy stuff at Whole Foods which is overpriced, yet tastes so damn good! OOPS! I'm rambling here...

My beloved ex got a really cool brand new high-definition LCD television! WOW! It is sooooo cool! 42 inches of pure unadulterated visual joy! I have watched many a film on his regular television throughout the years, but watching Kinky Boots and 54 on this new TV screen was fascinating! I am spoiled for life now! The picture detail is astoundingly crystal clear, and the colors are so vivid and purty; watching The Wizard of Oz on a screen such as this was like discovering the movie for the very first time. All the praise in the world to actor Chiwetel Ejiofor by the way, who is tremendous as a drag queen in Kinky Boots. And 54 was really interesting, presenting an era long gone, of the most famous discothèque of all time. Sounds like the kind of debaucherous degenerate depraved place I really would have enjoyed going to, if I were allowed to get in, because apparently not just anyone could get into the club. Excess was the word here and then some! My god, an eighty year-old drugged-up grandma dancing the night away, people having sex on the balcony, and celebrities galore! This was the place! The IRS of course, came and ruined all the fun, and so did the dawn of AIDS. One cannot be hedonistic I'm afraid, without consequences. BOOOOOOOOOOOO! Life is just cruel and unfair.

The perfect pop song, much better than her first annoying hit:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X75mry1LcFg

9 comments:

Todd said...

Ok, that is a great pop song. Very cool!
I'm thinking everyone should leave Phelps alone. I agree, he's worked hard, he has a right to party now and then!

Anonymous said...

Well one.... people have to stop idolizing sports stars. They are just a bunch of uneducated morons that can do one trick (the sport they play in). They are not leaders...not even interesting. If MP wants to party let him...who cares. It not like he is drinking at a bar!! Hypocrite... alcoholism and public bars are a worse nussiance than a bit of pot.
As to your ex..... ummm you shouldn't really advertise his stuff like that. You want him to get robbed?

alice said...

I think they are being ridiculous to pursue any kind of legal indictment. For heavens sake - it's not like he's a junkie, or he's selling the shit. Someone just passed him the pipe at a party.

Why does life stink for you right now, Will??

Crazy Eddie said...

One thing I'm particularly proud of is that my MOM WENT TO STUDIO 54!! She always talks about it and tells me that she actually did a little bit of coke there when she was younger. I'm still appauled... lol.

Katie Perry is cool. My sis loves the bish. As for Michael Phelps, the guy is an aquatic genius. If the guy wants to puff a little ganja, then so be it. In a perfect world there would be no drama regarding this matter. But apparently gold doesn't outshine the green.

Besos

Gledwood said...

I was just thinking,... till I saw your remark... that a splifferooney would = a ban but hey! if the olympian authorities are that enlightened re spliff maybe they'll mellow out regarding other entertainment substances.. who knows

most "illicit" mood altering drugs are banned from athletics because they either deaden pain ~ ie allowing the pain barrier to be broken; or give energy as coke and speed do

but i'd have thought pot would fall into the first category ~ it is after all widely hailed as the saviour of MS patients...

Anonymous said...

So that what the long ass line was for when I passed by dennys on the way to work.

dit said...

yeah, I agree leave the kid alone. I forget Pot isn't legal everywhere.

Big TV's are awesome . . . no silly, not transvestites. well, maybe those too. lol

Salty Miss Jill said...

I myself take no issue whatsoever with enjoying the occaisinal toke.
Love your blog. :)

Gary said...

I am stealing Todd's words because he said exactly what I am thinking;

"I'm thinking everyone should leave Phelps alone. I agree, he's worked hard, he has a right to party now and then!"

Thanks Todd!