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Papa Roach Plays Dirty

Okay, so this is getting to be an annual battle for Britney fans: the Fuse sponsored Video of the Year contest. Last year she won with her video for “Womanizer” against the disgusting devil-worshipers that are Slipknot.

This year she’s made it through her brackets easily with her music video for “Circus“. There was a bit of trouble with Lady Gaga’s “Poker Face”, but she made it through in the end.

And now, we’re at the final stage. And she’s against Papa Roach.

This is one of these bands that I’ve always known existed, but I couldn’t name one of their songs. But they’ve taken it upon themselves to get really bitchy. Look what they wrote on their Twitter page:

And then because Britney fans are hardcore, they fought back. And then, Papa Roach went there:

Ask yourself: can you really stand for that? Do you really want people who call themselves “roaches” to win over the love and beauty that Britney Spears represents?

So be your brutal cunt self, and keep voting.

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You might be aware that Josh and I are something of Britney Spears fans?

Well, today I read on my fave website, britney.com, that Brit will be celebrating her 27th birthday and release of Circus on Good Morning America! She’ll be performing, too! Of course, we have to wait until the holy day, December 2nd, but it will for sure be worth it.

Here is the terribly produced TV spot that they made:

How cute is she?? How much do you love it whens she asks “Now, how sweet is that?” And gives that really confused look like she’s really wondering exactly how sweet it is.

Ah, what a fine time to be a Britney Spears fan.

My Weekend

Besides for the Womanizer premier, it wasn’t very exciting.

I went to the zoo with my mommy and daddy on Saturday. No present sister meant no fighting or anger, which actually resulted in a nice afternoon. I saw an iguana sneeze. That was pretty exciting.

And today I stayed in my pajamas all day, never left the house, and filled out applications and wrote essays all day.

I guess the new chapter of this blog will be “Elaine and Josh Go To College”.

Here’s where I’m applying , in amphibolical order:

Emerson College

College of Santa Fe

Columbia College of Hollywood

Savannah College of Art and Design

SFSU

CSU Fullerton

I feel stressed.


Well my weekend, besides the Womanizer video premier, was also very unexciting. I spent 12 hours at an MUN Conference and came out with a fancy piece of paper (that I’m very of proud of actually). I’m just a little pissed because there was a bitch from Huntington Beach that pushed me out of the formal caucus.

For you non-MUNerds, it doesn’t matter. Just understand that she was a big bitch and stole valuable points from me.

As for colleges, high school is intent on making everything so difficult– why do I have so much homework? Shouldn’t I be given some time to just work on my apps? Doing apps is even kind of fun! I just don’t have time! I officially blame all my procrastination problems on school. And Facebook. And Britney Spears.

Recently I decided (for the second time) that I would for SURE do an architecture portfolio but as the days tick by and get closer and closer to the deadline, that dream is slowly dying. It’s really too bad.

College list in amphibolical order:

Columbia

Yale

Harvard

Brown

Washington U in St. Louis

UC Berkeley (I can’t even fucking spell it!)

UCLA

MIT?

Princeton?

The only good things in my life right now are Womanizer and eating out at lunch during 4th period Poli Sci.

Please Jesus, just let it be December 2nd already!


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