In today’s “Lea Michele never left the snotty quad bitch act in high school” news, E! News says that she was in fine form at Coachella over the weekend. A witness type says that Lea was hanging out with her Glee co-stars, Chord Overstreet and Harry Shum Jr., in the VIP section when a couple of girls joined their group. Lea Michele’s eyes were meant to roll and her lips were meant to smack together, so she let her natural gifts fly. This is how the witness puts it:
“Harry introduced himself to two girls as Jerry from San Luis Obispo and said he was unemployed. The girls played along even though they knew who he was. But when one girl jokingly called ‘Jerry’ over to sit with them later, Lea couldn’t resist making fun of her… Lea started laughing and imitated her in a high-pitched voice. She was totally mocking her for no reason.”
High-pitched voice? Asshole-y demeanor? Are we sure that Lea Michele wasn’t mocking the girl, but just acting like her usual self? The intonations of some people’s voices are naturally set to: bitch. It’s just our way. I should know, every time I order anything from McDonald’s (or other fine establishments) the cashier always thinks I’m bringing my best cunt forward and stomps off. I can’t help it! But my palate has grown accustomed to the taste of scorned saliva, so I wouldn’t have it any other way!
And yes, I actually wrote a post about a young ho mocking another young ho. I’ve come so far from my childhood days of writing a fictional gossip column for my junior high school newsletter (my fake columns never made it to print, by the way).
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