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Thursday, August 24, 2006

Things That Do Not Impress Me

As I rode a long-ass subway ride home all the way from Harlem, a couple of things popped into my head. So here goes.

Things That Do Not Impress Me:

- People who give money to "the homeless" on the subway. It annoys me that people are such suckers! It's always the same routine "My children and I lost our home in a fire. I hope this never happens to you. Give me money. God Bless." Please, if that were true, who's watching your kids?? Are MY tax dollars paying for your kids to be watched?? Get a JOB!

- Models. OK, aside from me, who ISN'T a model?! Honestly, it seems as if everyone's been a model in some way, shape, or form. Either you did runway or print (or porn?) or were asked to be a model, but declined. I'm over it. It was impressive at first, but once you realize that EVERYONE else is a model, it kind of loses its luster. I still love them all, but it's tacky when people bring it up just to impress you. If I hear one more person "casually" throw in the word "Milan" when talking about a job they did, I'll yac on the floor.

- Bad Breath. This should just be self-explanatory. What's the tactful way to tell someone they have bad breath? If you're given gum more than twice in one evening, then it's time you purchased some gum of your own, and possibly a tongue scraper.

- People who think they're fabulous. I can't handle un-fabulous people throwing around the word "fabulous" because they think it makes them fabulous. "Fabulous" is tired, use a new word. And anyway, you're only "Fabulous" when someone who's ACTUALLY fabulous tells you you are. Until then, you're just you. Ordinary. And that's ok. Fabulosity is generic and overrated.

- People who try. Don't try. Trying is for chumps. Just be. Just do. I hate it when people try to be something they're not, because everyone can see right through it. If you don't think you're good enough, then maybe you're not :) And you should do something else. But blatantly trying is just sad. People should be content with who they are and strive to improve, but don't overact it in the process. That's for people who sat at the losers table in high school. :)

I think that's all for now. Maybe tomorrow I'll compile a list of things that DO impress me :)


  • if the homeless didn't get money on the train then they would stop asking for money...on the train. supply and demand.

    where are you meeting these models? sharing is caring.

    bad breath. guilty. sometimes you just don't have gum on you after eating ass

    I'm fabulous. lol but not as fabulous as you. ok, who am I kidding. I ROCK because I'm so fucking humble

    -how can you ever change into the person you want to be if you don't try? I see no problem in trying. At least it shows that you know that there is a better life for yourself. a better you. no trying to be what others want you to be is a whole other issue.

    oh, and what happened to becoming less judgmental? I remember you mentioning something like that to me. seems like it's working wonders.

    By Blogger Adrian L. Acosta, at 8/24/2006 10:15 AM  

  • Models are everywhere. Everyone's a fuckin' model. I'm over it. Johann and his bf are both models. They're living among us -- be afraid. You might get cut by their razorblade hip bones :)

    You rock because your ego knows no bounds. I know size matters, but really... haha

    I'm talking about people who blatantly try and just can't pull it off -- like some hipster doofuses or Long Island girls who dress WAY the fuck up to go to a simple party. It's tacky. Ick.

    Re: being less judgmental, I also recall someone telling me that if I'm good at something, then stick with it :)

    By Blogger gothamwhore, at 8/24/2006 10:28 AM  

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