Paris Hilton wanna-be's

Germany
January 17, 2008 3:44pm CST
is it only me who's thinking like this or are there really some kind of a paris-hilton-epidemic? in respect to all paris hilton's fans out there, this is just my personal opinion. i don't dislike paris hilton but i'm not fond of her either. i certainly don't enjoy seeing her face in almost all magazines,though. but what i really irritates me is to see girls (young and old) trying to act like her. when was 'being dumb' and careless and inconsiderate cool? everywhere i go, i see likes of her especially young ladies. my friends and i usually call them the pussycatdolls-in-the-making and paris hilton' wannabe's. i would understand if it's a 14or 16 year-old girl acting like that. it's a stage so they say (i was there myself at one point of my life.) but for pete's sake, for 20+ or so ladies, that's not cute anymore. heard about growing up?
2 responses
@whywiki (6070)
• Canada
17 Jan 08
I agree with you totally. I watched some of that reality show with her and it was sickening how much of a fluff head she is. I was glad to hear that her grandpa was giving a whole whack of money to charity! I would be happy if he gave it all away, if anyone is undeserving of being rich and famous it is her. I think I would feel different if she did charity work or something to make her life worthy.
• Germany
18 Jan 08
you know what, i feel the same too. as i've said, i don't hate her or something but when she was sentenced to go to jail i said "good for her." am i double-faced or what? hahaha. thanks for the comment.
@beeeckie (803)
• United States
17 Jan 08
South Park addressed this disturbing/annoying trend in their episode "Stupid Spoiled Wh*re Video Playset". I find it intensely irritating watching women (and men) acting below their level of intellect.
• Germany
18 Jan 08
yeah you're right. even men does it! i haven't seen that South Park episode though.