Friday, June 10, 2011

Did We Learn Nothing From Paris Hilton?

At what point did we start using cell phones exclusively (or um...at all...) for taking nudie photos of ourselves?  Like when did that become a "thing?" 

And who on earth is dumb enough to believe that those nekkid pictures won't come back to bit you in your bare bum big time? 

Did we learn nothing from Paris Hilton, my fellow Americans?  She isn't good for much.  But she has certainly done her job as a leader in the fine art of what not to do in life.  And this nakid photo business is so Paris 10 years ago.  It's been done.  And mocked until utter humiliation. 

For more than a decade, my general life motto has been "if your life begins to look life a Lifetime made for TV movie, it's time to change your life."  But I think another good general life motto for every person who has ever seen a cell phone, digital camera, non-digital camera, computer, mall photo booth, bank security camera, or door intercom should be "if Paris has done it, you just shouldn't do it.  Ever."

It's not just celebs and politicians in hot water.  Last night on my local news a police chief a few cities north of me got himself into the same clothing-less cell phone scandal.  I mean, what the heck?

Just keep your clothes on people.  Have you ever seen a cell phone photo anyway?  They never look good.  While I've never seen a nekkie cell pic, I have to assume it's not doing your dirty bird self any justice. 

4 comments:

Christin said...

Totally. Agree.

The enchanted home said...

AMEN to that!!! Whats going on with all theses crazies? I mean seriously...I can barely undress and look at myself in the mirror so to think about all these people doing it for goodness knows how many to see..its unreal!
So refreshing to read others are as outraged by it as I am...enough!!

Wendy said...

I couldn't have said that better myself.. but then if public people stopped doing stupid things like that I'd have no material for day job.

Ruth said...

Amen to that

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