How the hell was it St. Patrick’s Day yesterday, and not a single celeb managed to get a DUI? Christina Aguilera, I am disappointed. Thankfully, I have a story about Kelly Clarkson trying to buy iPods at Best Buy for orphans and then getting denied because of a nonexistent limit policy. Seriously, why does this sound like the plot of a made-for-TV movie on the Disney Channel?
So I’m in Best Buy… literally trying to buy iPod shuffles for orphans and they won’t sell them to me because they’re saving them for other customers. Thank you Best Buy for all of your help. They wouldn’t let my friend buy the rest either haha! What the hell is wrong with y’all?! She was later able to purchase all the iPod Shuffles she needed at a Best Buy across town, where no one tried to enforce the company’s nonexistent limit on the number of Shuffles a customer can buy. When the folks at Best Buy got wind of Clarkson’s Facebook posts, they publicly apologized to the singer: “We spoke to the management and they’d like to apologize for this experience … their intention was not to upset you.” SOURCE
I may bitch and moan about writing stories where celebrities are good and wholesome, mostly because it’s impossible to wring jokes out of them, but God help me, I’d take 1,000 stories of Kelly being a saint than one about how Ann Coulter thinks radiation is good for you. Jesus, who does that slut have to blow to keep getting in the news? Someone sniff her mouth to make sure it doesn’t smell like Bill O’Reilly‘s balls.