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Tuesday, June 21, 2005
$0.02 ain't what it used to be...

Regarding Watergate, Tom Cruise-style:

For the record, I would have been colossally pissed off, too. I thought he handled himself well, under the circumstances. That was INCREDIBLY rude, crazy TomKat notwithstanding.

"Why would you do that?"
Punk!y Faux Cameraman shrugs.
"Why?! You're a jerk..."

Me? At this point, I would have had to break out some of my mad ninja skillz. Obviously.

Then again, I should probably mention that I do not take practical jokes particularly well. Ask TGIM. He has the scars to prove it. No, literally. Uh-oh. Better not go there...

*sigh*

Stupid Ashton Kutcher for stupidly Punk!ing celebrities, inspiring half-assed British wannabe Punk!ers to, um, er, stupidly attempt to Punk! celebrities... while said celebrities are trying to work...

Aw, forget it. You know what I mean.

(ETA: If you feel as if, gosh darn it all, you need just a tad more information to make a well-informed decision regarding your feelings about Watergate, Tom Cruise-style, feel free to click here. Okay. My work here is done.)

link | posted by Cat at 6:43 AM


13 Comments:
Anonymous MaryLou2 commented:

Tom Cruise has become one freaky mofo. But since he is forever Maverick in my book, I am willing to side with him on this one. But I will bet he's lost that loving feeling towards the British press, that's for darn sure.

» 6/21/2005 12:20 PM 
Blogger Charlotte in Pa commented:

At least Punk'd gets a friend of the celebrity to be in on the joke... cushions the blow a bit. I'm sure the "reporter" thought it was funny - and that Tom (in his newly euphoric state) could take a joke. However, it was totally uncalled for in the current age of terrorism. It could have been acid or some chemical. I would have freaked out, too.

» 6/21/2005 12:44 PM 
Blogger Cat commented:

Good call on the terrorism aspect, Charlotte.

» 6/21/2005 12:48 PM 
Blogger Circus Kelli commented:

I'm not a big fan of practical jokes -- whether it's "funny business" at the airport, or squirted in the face with a microphone shaped water gun. Neither is funny to me, but that's me.

Oh, and raise your hand if you *really* think the whole TomKat thing will last *forever.* Please.

» 6/21/2005 1:54 PM 
Blogger The Fonz commented:

Tom sure was Pissed. I thought it kinda funny... Just wanted to say thanks for coming by to see my goofy face, you must go though a lot of undies reading blogs. I know I do when I read Kristines and Shauns... '-)

» 6/21/2005 5:37 PM 
Blogger Bente commented:

I'm so lost about this, I have no idea what the story is. Can somebody fill in the blanks for me please? ;)

» 6/21/2005 8:15 PM 
Blogger Cat commented:

Hey! Bente! Thanks for reminding me that I know WAY too much about the entertainment industry gossip and goings-ons...

Yikes. I need a life, yo?

;)

Enjoy.

» 6/21/2005 8:55 PM 
Blogger Bente commented:

Ok, I'm all caught up now. I think it would have ticked me off a little too, only cause it would have been kinda embarassing to be the joke. I do, however, think Tom has gone to the dark/weird side lately.

» 6/21/2005 9:07 PM 
Blogger Cat commented:

Toooooooom... Powerful you have become, the Dark Side I sense in you...

Okay. Stopping. I'm stopping now. Pinky promise.

(If you only knew the power of the Dark Side!)

Fine! STOPPING!

» 6/21/2005 9:11 PM 
Blogger Vajana commented:

I always knew the Dark Side was strong in that one.

If they get married and she has twin boy and girls, I'm gonna freak OUT.

but yeah squirting water in a guy's face? A little silly. don't you think jumping up and down on Oprah's couch looked more like WE were getting punked? What's a water gun gonna do, make him look even STUPIDER? Nah, he took care of that himself!

» 6/21/2005 10:08 PM 
Blogger Shaun commented:

waaaaaaaaaaaaa
waaaaaaaaaaaa

C'mon Tom, lighten up. I'm SURE you've been squirted in the face with MUCH worse.

» 6/21/2005 11:09 PM 
Blogger Cat commented:

Shaun, Shaun, Shaun...
Why you gotta be like that, dude? Why?!
And, ew.

» 6/22/2005 4:35 AM 
Anonymous kalki commented:

Two things:

1. Tommy handled himself well. Much less scary than when he announced his love for Katie on Oprah.

2. Dude's been such a asshole lately, he deserves to be sprayed down with a frickin'...I dunno, whatever sprays hard. A fireman's hose? You catch my drift, anyhow.

» 6/22/2005 7:58 PM 

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