"We have the lastest breaking news..."
The perfect place to lay down and wait for the clothes washer to finish. Every so often, I'll get a stick up my butt to go and do the laundry.
It's actually one of those house keeping chores you can do and still watch Entertainment Tonight to get some of that other kind of dirty laundry, the kind of dirty laundry that involves high profiles or well, people that the media considers to be "A Star".
I've been know to pick up the tabloids and wonder, "Who the hell is that? And do I really care that she's pregnant with some director's baby?"
I really don't and put the rag back on the rack.
Reality TV shows has changed the definition of the term "star".
Back in the day, you had to have at least a movie or two, possibly a TV show, and definitely an appearence on 'Circus of the Star' to get in the 'Dirty Laundry Basket'.
Now, Joe Schmoe can end up in the basket.
Another five minutes and the washing machine will be done, then into the dryer.
Nothing says, "I heart you!" like towels right out of the dryer, and it gives me a bit more time to watch about So-and-So in a car accident.
"Will it kill their career?"
Do they have a career?
"So and So appeared in 2009 'Classic' Blah Blah Blah..."
I think it might be time to redefine that word as well.
Is Snooki a classic?
Who knows, but we sure do want to hear about her life in great details, according to 99 percent of the mags on the rack.
Hollywood Insider has an exclusive interview with her stylist.
Snooki and the Jersey Shore folks have a stylist?
I WANT A STYLIST TOO!
They can fold my socks.
And find them!
Somehow, it always seems that at least one or two socks go missing in the Laundry Zone.
And never a pair, always one sock from a pair, poof, gone, WHAT THE HELL?