you know it’s a big deal when wordpress tags it as a hawt post

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Or as the guy jerk/pig/douchebag would say it, “SIZZLING HAWT!”

HAR.

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Okay, Brangelina, we need to talk.

I know I’ll be seeing a LOT of both of you these days, what with your movies being so critically-acclaimed and all. FINE. I’ll deal with your constant presence in all the awards shows.

But first, a few issues:

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Good God, girl! Wear some color!!!

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Brad Pitt, I miss your hotness. Stop looking so GD old.
Again, Angelina: red would look fabulous on you, or yellow, or green.
PLEASE EXPLORE THE COLORS OF THE RAINBOW.

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Angie: HAHAHA! Kate Winslet forgot my name!
Me: Serves you right for looking so smug all the time. HMP.

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Excuse me, Brangelina, are we in a high school prom?!
It’s a FORMAL Awards Show.
Even the guy at the left seems unimpressed. Actually, he looks annoyed.

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GEEEEEEEZ. Seriously, guys.
You’ve got 6 kids! Enough with the PDA!
I understand you don’t have enough alone time with all your kids,
but can’t you just… I dunno… PLAYΒ  FOOTSIES?

And Brad Pitt: You’re looking more hen-pecked by the minute.
Please get some of your balls back.

WHEW. There. That was satisfying.
Carry on with your glamorous-ness, Brangelina.

images taken from: popsugar.com

Dear Chuvaness,

Not everyone has watched the whole season of Gossip Girl. Would it be so hard to put your Gossip Girl spoilers under a freaking LJ cut?

I like your blog, but please refrain from posting spoilers without warnings next time. 😐

P.S. I can’t wait to eat at Pepper Lunch. It looks really really YUM.

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Dear Maria Sharapova,

Please stop choking on your matchpoints. Or if you intend on doing it, please don’t let me stay up late to watch you.

P.S. I really like your earrings. πŸ™‚

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FOOD DIARY: DAY 6

June 1, 2008, Monday

BREAKFAST: Oatmeal cookie, short latte

LUNCH: Pancit canton, one piece chicken from Chowking, 1 glass of Coke

MERIENDA: Brownie, Tall Zen Iced Tea

DINNER: Baguio Beans in oyster sauce, half-cup of rice, water