The beloved American actress Cameron Michelle Diaz was born August 30, 1972. Here’s what Michael Jackson looked like when Cameron Diaz was born:
It’s no surprise that this human ray of sunshine was born in San Deigo, California. Larry Wilcox from CHiPs fame is also from San Deigo:
Ms. Diaz signed with Elite Model Management at the age of 16, and landed her first Seventeen magazine cover the following year. She was 17 on the cover of Seventeen. I bet Kip Winger of the band Winger really enjoyed that. You know, since he had that pervy song about a 17-year-old.
At the age of 21, Cameron landed her first movie role in The Mask, opposite mega-star Jim Carrey. That was in 1994, the same year Kurt Cobain died.
Cameron’s career took off like meth-addled race horse from there! A few (it was so hard to narrow down the list) of my favorites have been A Life Less Ordinary (1997),
Being John Malkovich (1999),
and Bad Teacher (2011).
I can’t wait to see what this ageless powerhouse does next! You go, Cameron Diaz!
Last week John Mayer went on the Today show to tell the world that he is a “recovered ego addict”. Does this mean he’s not the giant douche that we all thought he was? Of course! Just like Tiger Woods with his sex addiction that made him poke every Denny’s waitress across the Midwest, John has a problem that got a little out of hand. What can we learn from John’s brave declaration?
- Praise is poison and it makes you act like a frat-boy assclown. Only hang out with people who tell you how much you suck. Added bonus if the friends also tell you your butt looks huge in those pants.
- Talent makes you an asshole. It’s best to be really, really bad at stuff. Mediocrity should be your highest goal.
- No matter how horrible you behave, if you put the word “addiction” with another word, the media will call you “troubled” instead of “narcissistic”.
- Katy Perry’s boobs are magical enough to make someone seek help.
- Calling your own penis a racist is a side-effect of ego-addiction, not a side-effect of douchebaggery.
- Making up a justification for bad behavior doesn’t make you a bad person, but being a smug self-absorbed twat does.