First guy: Oh, I just realized I took Tyler’s phone this morning.
Second guy: That’s what happens when you and your boyfriend get identical phones.
First guy: Brilliant idea—I’m going to text him now, and his name will come up in the caller id. I’ll pretend to be him from the future and start making dire predictions. (his phone beeps) Dammit, he noticed. I just got a text from FirstGuy-from-the-future.
Dear Reality-Television Producers and the People that Watch the Shows:
I hate you.
E!’s new reality competition series “Bridalplasty,” where brides-to-be battle to receive their wishlist of plastic surgeries and their dream wedding.
"This show, you’re getting it all. The drama, the challenges, the eliminations," Moakler tells us. "You’re getting the competitiveness, but you’re also getting the docu-style."
"It’s 12 brides living in a house and each week they compete in different bridal challenges, whether it be cake challenges, gown challenges, flower challenges," Moakler says of the show. "Beforehand they all made a wishlist of any plastic surgeries that they could possibly dream of. So if they win a challenge they get to pick one surgery off their list and get it done. The final bride, the last bride standing, gets everything off their list and a $100,000 wedding.
If you are/were/would like to be following me on Twitter, I’ve changed my name to “the___ninth”. That’s three underscores, kids! If I’d known it would come down to that, I would’ve stuck with dataangel.