Holy shit I forgot that this was her; thank you for reminding me.
I’d listen to this at a summer rooftop party. That’s all I got.
Haha my thoughts exactly! Part of me wanted to be like “Why are you sitting at our table?” because it was such strange behavior but I decided to just be polite instead and was promptly rebuffed.
Overall I agree with you, but I was sitting at a private table with friends at a bar that we were actually sat at by a host and a public figure came and sat with us at the only free seat at our table. I acknowledged the person with a polite hello and handshake, because she joined our private table. I wouldn’t have…
I was sitting at a private table with friends at a bar and a famous person came and sat directly next to me at the only free seat at my table, so kind of a different situation. I definitely don’t shake random people’s hands who are sitting at an actual bar with me, because that’s kind of a communal space, but when you…
Seriously. I wasn’t planning on monopolizing her time or asking for a selfie or autograph or anything; it is just literally my instinct to acknowledge other human beings who come within a foot of me.
Yeah, it’s like there’s a separate code of conduct that we’re all supposed to know about. Case in point, I was at a bar and a famous person came and sat at the free seat at my table, directly next to me. I said hi and introduced myself and offered a handshake, as I would for any person who willingly sits at a table…
Celebrities are people and you can talk to people. To gleefully discuss a celebrity rebuffing a non-celebrity who dares to attempt conversation only furthers the idea that famous people are better than us. They’re not
I rode a bike seven miles through the pouring rain after dark and all we did was cuddle.
“He surprised audiences as Tyler Hawkins in Remember Me (2010), a heartbreaking drama about 9/11.”
Thank you so much for the phrase “mall goth Crypt Keeper.”
At first glance I thought she was standing next to a cat.
Wait but honestly, what is in these?
This account wins every time.
“Yeah, this is kind of embarrassing right now, but also I’m going to go rally and get 100k people to vote.”
I was the weird English major in college who dressed very businesslike for class while everyone else wore sweatpants and I definitely owned a gray pair of these that I wore constantly as a freshman in 2007.
Saying “Do you have any idea who I am?” to famous people just might be my new favorite power move.
Is Bill Walton considered famous? Honest question because I don’t know anything about basketball. But yeah, I delivered room service to him at a hotel I worked at and when he opened the door and saw me he gasped and said, “Wow, a red-haired angel.” I told my dad (who does watch sports) about it and it was the proudest…
Um, can I come live with you?
Coincidentally I learned about this earlier this week from a coworker who casually mentioned that she does it and I honestly thought it was a thing everyone knew about and was doing except for me, so I pretended I understood while internally screaming. Glad others feel the same way I felt when I learned about it.