Steven Harris


It's Sickening.


Early morning and daytime t.v
the worst thing you will ever see
full of celebrity gossip
'what new dress is she wearing'
'you can lose weight if you follow these 3 easy steps'
'wow shes put weight on'
'he's had a face lift'
it's a dangerous place
everything is dumbed down
they put everything on for show
it's all fakery
women talking how others look
yet they have too much makeup on
men talking fame, love and sex
they also have too much makeup on
soup watch and reality t.v
it's sickening
it's a sad state when this gets more interest than anything
else
these poeple dont know anything
they live for themselves
it's sickening
it's scarey
a promotion of mediocrity
creating a world of uninteresting fokes
with very uninteresting lives
who want to be famous for nothing
it's sickening
they need to be stopped
they need to be destroyed
no more celebrity worship
no more whos who in the papers this week
no more fame hungry brutes
they must be stop
please can we stop them.

Submitted: Thursday, April 04, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 11, 2013

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