Which Celeb is your dream boy?



Hey there guys. How was your day? I hope you all are doing well. Today we will be discussing an important topic Who is your celebrity Father figure? Celebrities hold an important position in our lives. We have put them on a pedestal and we never realize that they also are humans just like us and we should not treat them as Gods. We often forget this line, sure, they may be great in their art but that doesn’t make them the master of our lives. We should know about this because then only we would be able to live our lives on our terms.

It is also often seen that these celebrities promote bs products and services just for the sake of the money. It is a clear indication that they don’t value our existence. They only treat us as numbers and if we don’t take it into consideration then we would always be fooled. This is especially the case with teenagers. Though you would find tons of adults also doing this but teenagers are the majority. The simple reason behind it is that human brains are matured at least at the age of 25. There are exceptions to it but generally this is the case. What happens is that teenagers don’t see this perspective and they feel that their celebrities could never wrong them.

They are nothing but being emotional. If they look at it objectively then they would soon realize that for the most part they don’t care much for their fans. They are busy in their world making money and living a comfortable life. This also comes from the fact that we all are made consumers by default. Our education system and our parents don’t teach us this thing and hence we are always consuming rather than producing things or content.
“But Dumbledore says he doesn’t care what they do as long as they don’t take him off the Chocolate Frog cards.”
J.K. Rowling,

“I’d rather be called a boy and play with paper airplanes than be called a man and play with a girl’s heart.”
Niall Horan

“What’s the whole point of being pretty on the outside when you’re so ugly on the inside?”
Jess C. Scott,

“I’m obsessively opposed to the typical.”
Lady Gaga

“I’ve always been famous, it’s just no one knew it yet.”
Lady Gaga

“Heartbreak is a loss. Divorce is a piece of paper.”
Taylor Jenkins Reid,

“When everything gets answered, it’s fake.”
Sean Penn

“The downside of my celebrity is that I cannot go anywhere in the world without being recognized. It is not enough for me to wear dark sunglasses and a wig. The wheelchair gives me away.”
Stephen Hawking

“It’s better for the whole world to know you, even as a sex star, than never to be known at all.”
Marilyn Monroe

“A celebrity is any well-known TV or movie star who looks like he spends more than two hours working on his hair.”
Steve Martin

“I don’t like to share my personal life… it wouldn’t be personal if I shared it.”
George Clooney

“The image is one thing and the human being is another. It’s very hard to live up to an image, put it that way.”
Elvis Presley

“We humans are naturally disposed to worship gods and heroes, to build our pantheons and valhallas. I would rather see that impulse directed into the adoration of daft singers, thicko footballers and air-headed screen actors than into the veneration of dogmatic zealots, fanatical preachers, militant politicians and rabid cultural commentators.”
Stephen Fry,

“If you truly love film, I think the healthiest thing to do is not read books on the subject. I prefer the glossy film magazines with their big color photos and gossip columns, or the National Enquirer. Such vulgarity is healthy and safe.”
Werner Herzog

“We can’t all be stars because someone has to sit on the curb and clap as I go by.”
Sebastian Horsley,

“Any actress who appears in public without being well-groomed is digging her own grave.”
Joan Crawford

“I mean, that’s at least in part why I ingested chemical waste – it was a kind of desire to abbreviate myself. To present the CliffNotes of the emotional me, as opposed to the twelve-column read.
Carrie Fisher,

“A kind of banalization of celebrity has occurred: we are now offered an instant, ready-to-mix fame as nutritious as packet soup.”
J.G. Ballard,

“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    How often do you grab the spotlight?

    • Not much anymore.
    • Rarely, nowadays.
    • Any time I’m on the stage.
    • I’m always in the spotlight. I am the spotlight. I own the spotlight.
  • Question of

    How did you get your start?

    • As one half of a team.
    • As a bit player.
    • At the bottom rung of the ladder.
    • As a college dropout.
  • Question of

    Where are you in your career?

    • I’m retired.
    • I’m transitioning.
    • I’m at the top of my game.
    • I’m still climbing to the top of the heap.
  • Question of

    How humble are your origins?

    • About average.
    • I come from a middle class background.
    • It doesn’t get more humble.
    • I am the son of Zeus.
  • Question of

    How flashy are you?

    • I don’t need to be flashy to be noticed.
    • I’m not flashy at all.
    • My lack of flash is why people pay attention to me.
    • I’m flashier than the sun.
  • Question of

    How well liked are you?

    • Most people like me, but some people love me.
    • I have my fan base.
    • I’m universally well liked.
    • Those who don’t like me darn well should.
  • Question of

    Do you have your ‘squad’?

    • I don’t need a squad.
    • I have a couple friends who form my squad.
    • I don’t have one anymore.
    • I have an entourage, but no one is good enough to be in my squad.
  • Question of

    How recognizable are you?

    • I’m unremarkable if I’m not made up.
    • I’m totally average.
    • I have a one of a kind look.
    • No one would mistake me for anyone else.
  • Question of

    How important is healthcare to you?

    • It’s my number one issue.
    • It’s not too important.
    • It’s unimportant.
    • Live fast, die young. That’s what I say.
  • Question of

    How important to you is recreational drug legalization?

    • Not very.
    • It’s the most important cause.
    • I don’t mind.
    • It’d be nice.
  • Question of

    How important to you is opposition to the spread of fascism?

    • Somewhat important.
    • Not very important.
    • It’s the most important thing to me.
    • I don’t care at all.
  • Question of

    How important to you is your image?

    • It’s not important most of the time.
    • It’s unimportant.
    • It’s not very important.
    • It’s all I care about.
  • Question of

    How garish is your wardrobe?

    • It used to be very garish, but not anymore.
    • It’s pretty average.
    • It’s sharp, but not garish.
    • It’s over the top.
  • Question of

    How much have you changed over the years?

    • I’ve reinvented myself many times.
    • I’ve calmed down a little.
    • I stayed more or less the same.
    • I have become increasingly awesome.
  • Question of

    How much are your words scrutinized?

    • Nowadays, only when I talk about big issues.
    • Not at all.
    • When I do speak, everyone listens.
    • They aren’t scrutinized enough! I have the best words!

Ladies, who is your famous match?

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