Last week Matias and Adrian, aka the Beirut HQ, decided to slap our lazy asses around and get us to produce more stories for the site. First of all I would like to use this opportunity to thank you M&A, and say that I welcome any initiative to encourage me to become more productive. It’s good for my mental health, and it enables me to share more of my brilliance with the rest of the world (you’re welcome).
In order for this to happen they set up a suggested publication regime where we chose a day a week for our “column”. Meghan O. was first out to claim Mondays, so from now on you can include 2famous.TV in your Monday beauty routines. Matias and Adrian got Tuesday and Wednesdays, while Layal booked herself into your lives on Thursdays. On Fridays we’re hosting Adiran & Layal’s RADIO SHOW, so the weekend was basically left for me. That’s when I came up with the brilliant, and utterly unique concept, of doing a weekly roundup every Sunday.
Matias was at first a tad hesitant as Sundays are the days we receive the least traffic, but that’s the reason why I chose Sundays over, let’s say, Saturdays. Sundays are quiet days on the internet. Not many papers publish stories on this day, at the same time as I’m sure a lot of people spend their Sundays in front of their computers. That’s where I saw a loophole, and figured I should try to hijack your time and project myself into your weekend routines.
I’m here to save you from your boring Sunday family gatherings, or your compulsory weekend trips to your loving grandmother. Now you can nibble on those cakes while you secretly check out some FRESH Sunday internet content provided to you by your favorite celebrity: me.
Initially I wanted to make (smart) comments on the world and what’s been happening to / in it for the past seven days. But, alas, as Sunday is suddenly here I realize that my sources of information has been a tad incestuous this week: I’ve only been reading 2famous.TV!
So instead of making comments on all those horrible things that happened in Syria the past week, Israel and Lebanon’s rocket exchanges, the bombs in Tripoli, or the general escalation of the “situation” in Lebanon and everywhere else, I will tell you about a road trip i did with a cult leader.
There is nothing more trippy than a road trip – with a cult leader
I have known Ingeborg for a few years now. She’s from the very north of Norway, and the first time we met she introduced herself to me as my new best friend. The next week she let me stay in her apartment as she was leaving for holidays. Since then we’ve been best friends, and I guess I could say that she’s the least judgmental person I know. She is also the only person I know that has her own cult. It’s called The Universal Cult of Comet Ison.
I don’t know so much about these things, but to break it down there is a massive comet on it’s way to earth. It’s five kilometers wide, it travels really fast, and it will pass our planet on December 26. According to Ingeborg, the leader of The Universal Cult of Comet Ison, the comet carries special energies that will affect life on Earth. The more people we are together, and the more we focus on receiving this energy, the more energy we will receive. As a cult member you should also strive to wear shiny materials, and energy sharing / worshipping is best carried out if you’re wearing one of the cults signature silver capes.
Personally I didn’t even realize that I was a cult member until I found myself in a car with four other people on my way from Oslo to Bergen this weekend. Ingeborg is leaving the capital for good you see, so we all decided to join her on the epic journey that would take us across the vast mountains of my Kingdom. And once we were in the mountains, Ingeborg could feel the energy from comet Ison as it’s moving towards us at a humble speed of 680,000 km per hour (425,000 miles per hour).
I’m not quite sure what I felt as I was wearing my condom silver suit in the wild mountains of Norway, but I did definitely feel something. If this feeling was of a comet moving towards me, if it was the sadness of seeing a good friend move to the other side of the country, or if it was the feeling of missing my girlfriend that’s on a different continent is hard for me to say, but what all those feelings have in common is that they deal with distance and travelling. Coincidence? I’m not sure…
… but I am sure that I’m here to stay in your life every Sunday from now on.
So for your own safety, please share, tweet, and like everything you see on 2famous.TV – and the comet might just show you mercy when it passes over your head in a few months. Thanks 😉
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