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Why The World Needs Assholes (Or, Why I Finally Love Bret Easton Ellis)

3 years agoHumor : Thought Catalog

I love Ellis because he never bores me. Every day, I’m inundated with bland celebrities who have nothing to say. Or, if they do, they don’t have the balls to say it. Their presence doesn’t offend me, per se, but it also doesn’t excite me. More and more, it seems like I’m just looking for [...]
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