Holy strawberry shitcakes, I’ve been away from my blog for too long now. I’d like to say that it’s because I was on an African safari or serving time for shoplifting Garth Brooks CD’s but neither would be true. Besides, you know what they say, excuses are like Uncles who molest you. Everyone’s got one and no one wants to hear about them.
Now, there’s a lot to cover and I’m not going to attempt all of it. I’ll recap a few of the bullshit entertainment highlights of the past few weeks and hope that my head remains sufficiently removed from my anus so as to not let such a dry spell happen again.
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In the world of music – f(x) finally stopped teasing us and released their latest album titled “Electric Shock”. Not familiar with f(x) ? Well that’s probably because you aren’t into South Korean girl pop bands. And quite frankly, why the fuck aren’t you? They’re young (Wikipedia tells me they are all almost 18), have almost learned how to sing (who isn’t into screaming Asian girls? ) and make phenomenal music videos (actually the videos turn me on a little). Fuck Maroon 5, fuck Bieber, fuck Usher and any other turd stain all-star that released albums in June. F(x) has them all beat. I dare you to watch any of their music videos and not vomit. Out of your wiener. Other than music, F(x)’s biggest achievement is that if all 5 members stand on each other’s shoulders they can actually see over the counter at McDonald’s. Too bad Ronald isn’t serving Kimchi, or any McDog sandwiches.
Seriously though, the release of this album is the second thing to show up in a Google search of Top Stories for June 2012.
Holidays – So while I’ve been away the 4th of July happened. Yeah, pretty big deal over here in America. If you’re unfamiliar with the holiday it’s when Americans get together in groups, set off explosives, cheer wildly and then die. And while I understand that could be confused with an average day in the life of our military campaign in Afghanistan, I’m pretty sure the soldiers don’t get to eat American flag fruit cheesecake, get hammered on Coors Light and then drive their Dodge Ram into oncoming traffic. Somehow the holiday celebrates our independence / supremacy as we demonstrate America’s utter inability to handle liquor and ignite fireworks. Not to mention it subtly reminds everyone that no matter how much we apparently dislike China, we just bought $7 billion worth of Crayola explosives from them this year. Again. Next year I’m just going to eat some bath salts and look through a kaleidoscopic.
Marissa Mayer at Yahoo (new CEO) – One word for you, MILF. Except she doesn’t have kids. Whatever, if you’re over 30 and attractive, I don’t know another word to describe you. Now, and I don’t mean this in a sexist way, but it’s really hard to take hot women seriously in high power positions. I can take women in positions of power seriously and I can take hot women seriously. Just not a mix of the two. Example – a hot chick holding a whip dressed in crotch-less leather pants. Serious. Kate Upton eating a cheesburger. Dead fucking serious. Marissa Mayer working for Google. Serious-ish. Marissa as CEO of a wannabe Fortune 500 firm. Sorry, just can’t do it. Think about women of power, Hillary Clinton, Margaret Thatcher, Janet Reno, etc. Combined their total hot rank is like a 2.4. I’d be more likely to have sex with an oven mitt than go on a date with them and help them shave their mustaches. However, myself and most men included wouldn’t question, cross or doubt their decision making / power for a second. Now that’s respect. Except Bill. That wild card had the balls to cheat on his wife with a an uglier woman.
As for what Marissa Mayer should do with Yahoo? 1) Outsource. 2) Change the name to something that doesn’t remind me of a ladies bean 3) Grab the golden parachute and juuuuuuump.
That’s it. Pretty sure nothing else happened in June that is worth writing about. Besides, I’m sort of craving Carl’s Jr. right now.