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The Nightcap

Nightcap for August 2nd, 2018


“TV is chewing gum for the eyes.” – Frank Lloyd Wright

Why do we cringe when celebrities tank onstage?

There are moments when celebrities have a really bad night onstage and fail to get their audience to ‘appreciate’ the energy they are giving. They dance, sing, and do everything in their power to convert the audience over to their side so that they can walk away feeling they have accomplished something.

Remember, performing is in their blood…it’s what they do. When they have a bad night, and no one cares about the energy they give onstage, you see it all over their face and it makes us feel so bad for them.

But why do we feel bad? We have bad days at the office and we don’t see anyone sympathizing with us in the regular world. Our less-than-joyous days at the office also fail to get social media attention, airtime on the news, or become commentary for vloggers.

Maybe we cringe for celebrities who suffer openly onstage because it’s so open. The whole world watches as they sink, dive and fail. Speaking of, Watch DJ Khaled plead with event goers to jam with him to no avail.

I’d rather be in the office, thank you.

That’s My Jam

I’ll admit it – I embody what gives white women a …shall we say… less than favorable reputation.

I’m the poster child from which terms like “basic” and “extra” were derived.

I try so hard not to be, but sometimes you just have to own that shit, ya know?

I like my Starbucks. I think yoga pants are perfectly acceptable attire for pretty much any occasion, save for a wedding. I love the Notebook and I can get obnoxious, white-girl wasted like a freak’in CHAMP.

So, when I’m in the middle of one of my epic, alcohol-fueled shit-shows, OF COURSE I’m going to get way too excited when Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believing” comes on at a bar. IT’S WHAT WE DO.

On that note, here’s a montage of all those terrible songs that white people go ape-shit for.

Gone Country

Within every genre of music, there is some good stuff and some truly awful stuff. Within country music, it’s mostly just awful.

This is how one many suggests you listen to Luke Bryan.