Who’s Your Celebrity Man?



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“Why is society so comfortable with casting stones? Are that many of you without sin? It is not okay to drag a person’s name while his family mourns, even if that person is a “celebrity”.”
Carlos Wallace

“You have a dream for a reason, it was given to you as a gift. It is sacrilege to discard it in fear of the unknown. There are no wolves at your door and you will never be homeless if you work hard in pursuit of your dream. So what the fuck are you afraid of? There is no sense in going through all this shit if you are not going to enjoy the ride. Don’t chase your dream, live it” -”
Vic Stah Milien

“To live ordinary life prudence is enough; to live extraordinary life passion is must.”
Amit Kalantri,

“Even the most caring and generous of people do so to make themselves feel better.”
Vic Stah Milien

“Don’t think people are stupid, when they are good to you. They are also capable of doing bad, harmful and hurtful things more than you. They can be more bad, selfish, evil, disrespectful, psychos ,trolling,bully, toxic and meaner than you, but they choose to be good. You too can stop pressing other people’s button to test their kindness or patients to see how far can they take it. You can also choose to be good.”
De philosopher DJ Kyos

“Augustine [of Hippo] knew the power and the danger of idolatry and celebrity. And he knew the danger of both was first to permit the idolater to offload the duty of thinking onto their idol. And second to seduce the celebrity, in turn, into thinking his fans have nothing insightful to say. That treatment of a fellow human, a fellow christian, would be not the achievement of theology but the avoidance of it. And he went out of his way in his life and in his words to forestall such approaches.”
Charles T. Mathewes,

“… and you know what the public is, unless they see you all the time they forget that you ever existed.”
W. Somerset Maugham,

“Everybody wants to be famous, but nobody wants to do the work. I live by that. You grind hard so you can play hard. At the end of the day, you put all the work in, and eventually it’ll pay off. It could be in a year, it could be in 30 years. Eventually, your hard work will pay off.”
Kevin Hart

“How odd it felt to share a kitchen most mornings with a man whose face she had seen in the news, without caring, for years. She was no longer intimidated, but sometimes she saw him across the room and thought that he must be a hologram, a figment.”
Julia Glass,

“I got to meet interesting people with diverse talents, like Rex Allen, a western actor and singer who invited me to his home when he was throwing a twenty-fifth wedding anniversary party for Slim Pickens and his wife, Margaret. There was a story making the rounds that night about the time when Rex was waiting for a plane in the Los Angeles airport, and a fan rushed up and cornered him. “Mr. Autry,” the man said, “would you please give me your autograph?”
Dayton O. Hyde,

“People snapping up gossip mags of celebrities snapping their heels at the snapping paparazzi, and snapping them up even more (the mags) when they start snapping at them for snapping them.”
Martin Boronte,

“Don’t forget to be silly, don’t forget to take something away from this whole experience, and don’t forget to stick something up your sleeve.”
Macaulay Culkin

“We would not deem some children cute if their parents were not rich or famous.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

“The same way you would not want your indiscretions laid bare at your most vulnerable time—God forbid upon your death—is the main reason everyone, including celebrities, are owed that deference.”
Carlos Wallace

“Hollywood publicists, whom you’re told you must have and who cost around $6000 per month, tell you what you should act like, look like, talk like — how you should respond to the press. They prey on fear and manipulate actors by threatening: ‘Oh, the studio will be really upset with you if you don’t do this.”
Rose McGowan,

“You’re not really famous if anybody still likes you.”
Taylor Jenkins Reid,

“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    Pick An Age Range

    • 1 Year Younger
    • 5 Years Younger
    • 1 Year Older
    • Same Age
    • 5 Years Older
  • Question of

    Pick A Character Flaw –

    • Anger Issues
    • Immaturity
    • Drinking/Smoking Problems
    • Depression
    • Too Much Self-Confidence
  • Question of

    Pick A Flaw You’d Have To Live With –

    • He has very successful hot exes
    • He has a kid
    • His big, loud family that doesn’t speak your language
    • He has too many out of control guy friends
    • His parents don’t like you
  • Question of

    What’s The Shortest You Would Date?

    • 5’10’
    • 5’3’
    • 5’7’
    • 6’6’
    • 6’3’
  • Question of

    Pick A Specific Style –

    • Tough Guy Style
    • Skateboarder Style
    • Over The Top Style
    • 90’s Style
    • Beach Style
  • Question of

    Pick A Place To Live –

    • New York
    • Florida
    • Washington
    • Hawaii
    • Los Angeles
  • Question of

    Pick A Catch Phrase To Describe Him –

    • Feisty Cruiser
    • Impulsive
    • School Kid
    • Sexy Humor
    • Dry Humor
  • Question of

    Pick A Fame Level –

    • Highest Fame
    • Normal Fame
    • Big Fame
    • Low Fame
    • Shady Fame
  • Question of

    Pick A Body Shape –

    • Skinnier
    • Normal Short
    • Great Fit, Skinny Though
    • Exactly Normal
    • Over Muscular
  • Question of

    Pick A Favorite Dessert –

    • No Dessert
    • Anything Caramel
    • Ice Cream
    • Beer Floats
    • Cake
  • 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.

Who’s The Best Celebrity Match For Me?

Ladies, who is your famous match?