At this point, based on the really big things going on in the world, if Charlie Sheen wants back in the news as craziest f*%#&er on the planet, he will likely have to set himself on fire. And, even then, I'm not so sure he can pull it off. But one thing is for sure, he has ruined attention-seeking for everyone else. Nothing any celebrity does these days is getting more than a disinterested eyebrow raise and weak little "tweet" of the whistle.
| I can sense this dog is |
forlorn. First 3 other dogs,
and now babies. *sigh*
Even Howard Stern, who thrives on finding ways to be outrageous is a big snore. Howard was just on Jimmy Fallon and said how he's done going on late night shows. Too much pressure and he doesn't really have anything to prove. People were laughing, but it wasn't that funny. Every time I have ever seen him on a talk show, he is complaining about how hard it is to be him. Yawn. I am giving you a whistle for constantly whining. You have made millions of dollars getting to say and do whatever you want. What is the problem? Big baby. And PS, what kind of guest comes on a show and complains about coming on?
Honestly, the loudest whistle this weekend is going to one of the people who lives here with me. He is way more stunning than anything entertainment-related in the news. Boy went to his Soph Hop Saturday. My husband and I happily (well, non-begrudgingly) sold our Lewis Black tickets and stayed home so we could coordinate the 15-stop arrangements needed. To thank us for our undying love and interest in him, I was invited to wait outside in the car while he and his date (who I picked up) went into another girl's house for group pictures (versus the ones of the two of them I had already taken). Luckily for me, the mother at said house sent him right back outside to tell me to come in. Ha ha Boy. Whistle!
|There was a picture of|
Jimmy and Cindy kissing,
but I figured Boy would
So that's it for the Weekend Whistle Update. As an aside, I want to add that I dread the thought of my child turning 16 in May and learning to drive because I don't want him to get killed (I did just spend all this time keeping him alive). But, after driving all over the place Saturday, I am thinking it won't be so bad when he can drive himself. Luckily, if he is driving himself, I can be at home drinking to dull the worry because I won't have to drive anywhere. I am not 100% sure if that is a win-win or not.