Speaking, writing, let alone thinking, such hateful thoughts is unfathomable. I was a teenager once--I get the whole celebrity crush thing; we've all had them in some form or fashion. But never, in any way, shape, or form, did spiteful, hateful thoughts enter the vicinity of my thought process.
So, what started the hate? These pictures, to begin with: Selena & Justin Get Cozy, Kiss
Now, I only looked at a couple of photos and, gotta say, something doesn't quite look right to me. Maybe it's the posing. Bottom line: if they are a couple, let them be...think of them how you would like others to think of you. It always comes back to that Golden Rule, doesn't it?
Now, on a totally different note, I have to acknowledge the change in celebrity hotness. When my friends and I were in our teens, we had a very different hotness quotient from today's teens. Justin is a cutie-pie, don't get me wrong Bieber-fans, but he's not someone I (or my friends) would have swooned over as a teen, and that's simply a result of changing times. Interesting how things change, isn't it?
|Justin Bieber & Selena Gomez; credit: music.ninemsn.com.au|
|Angel From Buffy The Vampire Slayer; credit buffy.wikia.com|
|Troy Aikman (The Dallas Cowboys' QB in the day); credit deadspin.com|
The Justin Bieber of the 1990s: Jeremy Jordan, made famous by 90210, when his song, The Right Kind Of Love played at the end of the show.