I did not see that coming.
By Suniverse on March 26, 2014
I'm kind of going back and forth on the whole GOOP "conscious uncoupling" thing. I mean, obviously, it is terrible in like a thousand ways, and yet, it's always pretty bad when people get divorced. Isn't it? I don't know. I've never been divorced. I have friends and family who have divorced, and even when their marriages were terrible the divorce was still hard. The aftermath was still un-fun.
So. How to feel about a sanctimonious pill who is getting divorced but can't even use the word, because it's so . . . what? Pedestrian? I don't know.
I don't know.
I'm working on being a nicer person. Mostly to myself, but also to a bunch of other people I like people in general. It's not easy for me. It's super fucking hard. I mean, this is a song I actually sing to myself sometimes:
I hate everybody
So so much
Except for the girl
The melody is kind of peppy, but the underlying message is still pretty hateful.
So when my nemesis fails spectacularly at something that's already hard and fraught with pain, do I pile on or just walk away? Do you get what you put out in the world? Does being more positive about life in general lead to a better outlook which leads to a better life? Is it fucking lunchtime yet or what?
I think I'll just leave this alone, because shitty things happening to shitty people is like fish-in-a-barrel-schadenfreude. It's too easy.
Eh, just maybe one little dig:
Bitch, you couldn't even keep it together with that Coldplay guy, the most milquetoast boring-ass motherfucker since Nickelback or snore oh my god so boring. Enjoy your tepid juice-cleanse-based "uncoupling" and I can't wait until you Eat Pray GOOP your way through this.
I think that's plenty.