Thursday, January 21, 2016

How I Know I Couldn't Be A Celebrity

I'm a deep person. I like to think about things. The best time for me to think is usually when I'm getting ready. Well, I was getting ready the other morning, pondering things about life & such, when all of a sudden I came to this realization...

"Oh my gosh, being a celebrity would be absolutely horrible."


No offense to you famous people, but I think it would be awful. When I was pondering that thought, I realized that I would have to dress up EVERY TIME I stepped out of the house.


You mean, I couldn't wear no makeup, yoga pants & an oversized t-shirt? Apparently some celebs can pull it off & have the media be like, "Did you see how cute she looked on her way to go workout?!" Such as this..

Me on the other hand, I'd look like this compared to other famous people...
(Image found here)

Another thought, I couldn't even wear the same outfit more than once. When I love an article of clothing, I love the cotton right out of it (or whatever fabric it was made out of). Of course I'm a clean gal, but if something is washed & I wore it a few days ago & I'm not going to see the same people I wore it with the other day, well hotdog, I'm wearin' it again!

Here I am again as a celeb. Getting caught wearing the same outfit multiple times...

(Image found here)

I'd also probably have one of the cheapest stylists because I think spending money for name brand stuff is dumb. Let's just say, I'd be a regular topic on Fashion Police...

A photo posted by Fashion Police (@fashionpolice) on

On that same note, I'd probably even have memes made up of me because my stylist would always try to be overzealous when it comes to red carpet events...

 (Image found here)

Not that I'd really mind.. Because I'm a person & I think memes are funny.

I'd also have to always be ready to be photographed. And let's face it, sometimes we're all not ready to have that happen...

(Image found here)

So basically I couldn't be a celebrity. Not that I would want to anyways. I love the life I live. Maybe one day I'll be a famous blogger, but don't count on me trying out for the next Star Wars or anything. For now, I'll continue to wear no makeup & an oversized, 10-year-old t-shirt. I'm totally okay with that.


  1. This is too funny! I was just thinking about this the other day. How weird would it be to know your face was on posters in people's houses?!

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  2. This had me laughing into my coffee... Thanks!


  3. This is great! haha I love the Richard Simmons pic and I especially can relate to the wearing the same outfit multiple times. I'm so glad I'm a "normal" person who doesn't have to worry about these things.

    1. Haha I thought it was great! And I totally agree! Being "normal" is the best.

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