1. Skinny guys dating fat women
No matter what I do, I cant help but notice all these plus sized women holding hands with men (literally) half their size. Which way is the fad: skinny guys suddenly looking for that extra cushion or fat women looking for an inspiration in their man?
2. Silly Bands
Colorful, animal shaped rubber bands. I know theyre just $5 but what exactly do you do with it? They look liked deformed rubberbands around your arm and the only time you can see the animal is when its just laying somehwere. Someone explain the appeal here.
3. Techno/electronic beats
I love Benny Benassi and Tiesto but ever since David Guetta and Akon did “Sexy Bitch”, every artist needing a “new break” has turned to “new age”. You can now drown awful lyrics that probably came from a 5th graders diary with catchy techno beats and an occasional cameo from Lil Wayne. Its super cool.
How will we explain our cupcake fetish to our children? How? How do you explain paying $3.50 for something you could probably make just as good at home? I love Sprinkles (or any other Cupcake establishment) but it is so not worth the craze we’re undergoing. People do realize that cupcakes are just miniature cakes, right? Is anyone going crazy over the best cakes? No.
I totally gave this show a chance but after about 5 episodes, I began to get irritated over how unrealistically dramatic it is. Maybe that’s just the show’s special flavor?… I really think they could have just made a reality tv show involving performances and albums instead. The Glee cast does amazing covers but the show is as annoying as the lead character, Rachel. I outgrew this show very quickly.
After people obsessed over Avator, filmmakers were quick to realize the major appeal in three-dimensional movies. I understand that were weaving through recession but making a movie 3D will not guarantee a true escape from reality or a blockbuster hit. Some of these movies did not do 3D justice. Avator was visually phenomenal but every movie after it kind of used 3D as a clutch to succeed. Shrek has never disappointed me until its last installment came out in 3D. I thought it was uninspiring and many followed the same pattern. Basically, the movie needs to be awesome before its made 3D. Example: Toy Story 3 (I could probably write a separate blog entry about the different allusions and layers of ideas this great movie presented) Besides, there’s nothing more obnoxious than paying $13.00 to only be bored with a headache.