Y’all know I temporarily suspended my extreme disdain towards my arch enemy, Lea Michele, for a while after Cory Monteith‘s tragic death. I can’t help it – I’m a bit of a romantic and don’t know what I would have done with myself in her position, and I felt bad. However, now that she’s using it to launch her solo pop career (which will NEVER HAPPEN), she’s fair game again… especially when she’s being obnoxious.
She’s on the cover of the new issue of Glamour, and in the accompanying interview, she waxes poetic about how she and Cory used to talk about their futures together – more particularly, how they would get old and everyone around them would get fat but they would stay skinny. You know, that old romantic talk.
“We talked about a lot of things. We talked about children and what we would look like when we grew old and who would be fat and how we would stay thin. We talked about where we wanted to go and what we wanted to do. We were done. We were it. When you’re at that place in your life with someone, you talk about everything. But today I feel like I was given the best part of Cory and I’m thankful for that.”
Well, isn’t that special?
I mean, look – it sucks (and that’s putting it VERY mildly) to lose someone you love, especially someone you planned to spend the rest of your life with, even if that wasn’t going to end up happening. I’m not saying she shouldn’t talk about him – of course she should. But of all the memories you could share, you choose to share a discussion about how everyone around you would get fat but the two of you – special snowflakes that you are – would be skinny? Sorry, my eyes are rolling so far back into my head that I can’t see the keyboard.