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When you daydream you are a celebrity, who is your inner circle? COME ON WE ALL DO IT.

for me, these are the people I befriended in my other life, aka what I think about when I zone out when I'm at the bus watching someone drool on themselves.

I am BFFS with:
- Jane Adams
- Natalie Portman (holla!)
- Norah Jones
- Diane Keaton
- Zooey Deschanel (<3)

And Natalie Wood when I pretend it's 1963.

I hate Katy Perry, though. can you blame me? she's a whore.


enjoy your Sunday! I think that God awful heat wave has finally ended. I like heat, really, but I hate getting heat exhaustion when I walk three blocks in my interview clothes.


  1. haha,

    For Starters Miley of course,
    then I am going to travel Europe with Kristen Stewart.
    Tour Asia with Demi Lovato.
    Meet All the Famous Talk show hosts (including Jimmy Kimmel)
    I would try to speak German to Roger Federer, but I'm pretty sure I'd scare him off.
    And if I'm lucky I'll get a chance to meet Viggo Mortensen.

    And of course Zooey and Emily Deschanel.
    Emily would talk her producers (including David) into letting me guest star on Bones.

  2. Can I safely say that I wonder if Viggo Mortensen would like me?

    I mean, he seems like an interesting character, but perhaps he'd be like "I'm too artsy for Nader Bouberhan," and then insult me in 6 languages.

    but in my imagination we are only acquaintances that see each other from time to time.


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