Seriously, you guys. She tweeted this (only I changed the thumbnail to one that made me giggle more).
What a load of crap. “I don’t ever watch myself but I want everyone to watch this so I’m going to post it with a comment about how much I love my own dress except you can barely see any of the dress in this.”
And THIS, you guys. WATCH HOW quintessentially obnoxious and better-than-you she is in this interview.
If you look at Ashley Judd’s twitter or instagram, she’s constantly posting photos of her dogs on various mountain/forest treks she insists on taking them on, despite the fact that one of them (Buttermilk) is at LEAST 15 years old.
And now, it’s coming back to bite her, so to speak. BEHOLD:
It’s a process, she says. Because she’s the dog whisperer, apparently. 15 year old Buttermilk is “committed to helping her,” she says. Translation: Buttermilk is a 15 year old dog who likes sleeping next to warm bodies, JUST LIKE EVERY OTHER FREAKING DOG.
So pretentious. So ridiculous. So quintessential Ashley.
So on first glance, this looks like yet another video of some skanks twerking. But then the camera pans to the audience. And OMG THESE KIDS WILL BE SCARRED FOR LIFE.
LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE HIM.
Y’all know what I’m talking about, right? You could buy a single gummy bear at CVS, and the receipt that prints out could literally be long enough to mean that CVS just LOST MONEY in that transaction.
But I love waiting for CVS receipts to see if any of them will be those Extra Bucks, and then if I DO get Extra Bucks, I feel like I’ve hit the lottery, even though getting Extra Bucks just means I’ve probably spent entirely too much money at CVS to begin with.
CVS is like Target for me. I might go in needing to pick up a prescription, but I will invariably leave that store with like 24 new cosmetic items and 13 new shampoo/conditioner combinations.
Is it just me?