What do you do after work? Since I started working days and having nights to myself I do struggle to find things to do. I mean I do intend to go to the gym more than I should but there’s two reasons why I don’t:
- Too many man buns on display
- I’m very lazy
Of course we’ve discussed man buns in previous articles but they are just the gift that keeps on giving, especially with the distressing news that you can now actually buy clip-on man buns. What. The. ****? Blonde ones look like a bowl of spaghetti. But anyway, shout out to the Man Bun Huns.
Speaking of doing too much, Katie Price was on TV this week saying if she’d known that her son Harvey would have the mental and physical disabilities he has (I believe he has Prader-Willi Syndrome) she would’ve have an abortion when she was pregnant with him…. here’s the thing: it’s worth pointing out she did go on to say after that she loves him to death & if that’s how she feels then okay, I’m not in her shoes so I wouldn’t know how I’d feel in that situation. But my take on it is she didn’t need to say that on national television, and obviously in this social media age the interview has gone viral so it’s everywhere. I just think of how Harvey would feel hearing his mother say that, not only Harvey but no doubt his friends will see that and the parents of his friends see that too. I think that was cruel on Harvey.
My Beautiful Dark Twisted Piracy
Also in the news with regards to hypocritical insanity, Kanye West has reportedly spotted using Pirate Bay on a laptop. Now he says the laptop’s not his, but if he is so concerned with artist integrity and rights how come he’s using a laptop with a file-sharing website that robs millions of dollars from artists like him? Then again, he says he’s $53 million in debt so I suppose he can’t afford to buy albums at the moment.
Life comes at you fast
Adam Johnson, where do I start? Well! Maybe I’ll start from the bottom since that’s where you’re new cell mates are gonna start. In all seriousness though, what the **** is wrong with you? The answer of course is a lot. Now before we go any further if you’ve been living under a rock for the past month or don’t follow Lad Bible on Facebook, Adam Johnson the premiership and England footballer has pleaded guilty to essentially courting a fifteen year old girl. At the time of writing he hasn’t been sentenced yet but he has been found not guilty on one count and found guilty on another, but the judge of the case has said he can expect a few years in prison. You just know his new fellow inmates will have a field day with him, I don’t think it will be for what he’s done. I think it will be because he had a life that they’ve all dreamed of, I mean this guy had the lot! Premiership footballer, earning £60,000 a WEEK, multimillion pound mansion, collection of sports cars, gorgeous young family and a few England caps. He had all this and he’s thrown it all away, he even admitted himself he became blinded by the lifestyle to the point where he believed he could do whatever he wanted. Well, no you can’t Adam because you’ve ****** up in so many different ways. You’ve ruined your own life, you’ve ruined the life of the girl you pursued because she’s apparently getting people having a pop on social media, and you’ve ruined the lives of your ex-girlfriend and the infant child you have together. For once, justice has been done.
House of Trump Cards
I don’t get why people in America find Donald Trump so horrifying, surely they realise that the vast majority of presidents in the past were just like him. Maybe it’s because he doesn’t hide how he really feels, they did for the most part. I think it’s hilarious so many people Googled “Move to Canada” when he won Super Tuesday. From apple pie to maple syrup just like that!
Ah well, I’m off now fellow Swaggamuffins. Once again show me your love/hate on twitter @RColly91
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