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I Don’t Hate Blake Lively, but …

Blake on the cover of Vogue Magazine, June 2010.

I don’t hate Blake Lively, the star of my favorite TV show, “Gossip Girl.” Honestly, I don’t. But she gives me a raging inferiority complex.

Blake got the cover of this month’s Vogue magazine, along with an interview and a photo shoot modeling beachwear.

She says that she eats what she wants and doesn’t exercise.

Oh, please, just shoot me now.

I exercise almost every day and eat like an anorexic gerbil. The only reason I’m not bulimic is that I couldn’t get okay with the idea of making myself throw up on a regular basis. Plus it’s bad for your teeth. I’m not fat, but it’s a constant battle.

The point is, I could exercise 15 hours a day and live on nothing but celery. But I would never look as good as Blake. Never never.

Yes, I know it’s mostly genetics, along with professional makeup artists and good photography. And maybe I’ve got a few IQ points on her to compensate. Big deal: lots of guys hit on me at parties because they think I have a high IQ. Not. The one feature where I look better than Blake is, well, let’s just say that I need a very good jogging bra.

TeenVogue.com feature: Get the Eclipse Look Now.

And then there’s Teen Vogue. Yes, I know that I’m almost 21, but I still read it.

It has a slide show about all the fashions in the new Twilight movie, “Eclipse,” so you can buy them and wear them yourself. Sometimes I wonder if half the point of these movies is to sell clothes. Naturally, I’ll buy some of them, but they won’t look as good on me as they do on Kristen Stewart in the movie.

I don’t know. Maybe I should just stop reading fashion magazines and stick to Scientific American Mind. 🙂

Copyright 2010 by Rinth de Shadley.

  1. Ben
    April 21, 2011 at 11:49 pm

    Scientific American Mind is awesome. Blake Lively is not, and Kristen Stewart looks like a younger, more masculine David Bowie. I’m not a hater, I just hate Blake Lively and Kristin Stewart. Jokes on them when they grow into their looks, kinda like Macaulay Culkin did. Coke keeps everyone skinny.

    • April 22, 2011 at 8:32 am

      Hi Ben,

      Thanks for the funny comment!

      I agree with you about Scientific American Mind. I’ve heard of David Bowie but I’m not sure that I’ve seen him. And I prefer Diet Coke, so maybe I should try the other kind. 🙂

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