I Can’t Stand Drew, by j

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Dear M,

Were you being ironic with the D.B. quote you posted?  Surely that quote was not supposed to make me fall in love with the fake flower child?  Was it?

Case in point:

“Every morning I stay in bed for ten minutes to ponder my place in the universe. Then I wash my face and check my karma.”

Because you can’t check your karma with a dirty face.  Of course.

“If I die before my cat, I want a little of my ashes put in his food so I can live inside him.”

Oooookay.

“I pray to be like the ocean, with soft currents, maybe waves at times. More and more, I want the consistency rather than the highs and the lows.”

You want to be consistent like a giant body of water?  What?

“I think that it’s great to have fashion and philanthropy sort of intertwined, because people care about fashion. So when you combine the two, it makes it fun.”

Because poverty is fun, Drew?

“When I lay my head on the pillow at night I can say I was a decent person today. That’s when I feel beautiful.”

And when I slather on the CoverGirl.

“Daisies are like sunshine to the ground.”

Wow.

“I want people to love me, but it’s not going to hurt me if they don’t.”

Glad to hear it.

I rest my case.

 

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