Hiya folks. I know I haven’t written anything in a while, so I thought I’d start a series on people I just can’t find anything redeeming enough about. These are the people who’s good qualities do not exist in my eyes, period, and I blame pretty much everything I hate about them on them themselves. To start off this Tool Shed series, we have Thien Thanh Thi Nguyen, better known by her stage name of Tila Tequila. I can sum up my thoughts about Tila in one word: bucket *.

Tila got her start as a model and has been frequently considered one of the world’s most attractive Asian women as she was the first to claim ‘prestigeous’ titles like being Playboy’s first Asian Cyber Girl of the Month. She then went on to host videos where women strip to music. Her biggest career boost was MySpace, on which she has nearly two million friends. In 2007 MTV gave her a ‘reality’ show called A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila which was unique because both men and women competed to win the heart of the Asian Playboy model. This is where she started to really piss me off.

See, on Tila Tequila’s show she would constantly utter phrases that implied she had to do something wild and challenging because “She’s Tila Tequila,” implying she’s better than pretty much 90% of the population of the world just because she’s got an ocean-sized collection of MySpace friends (I’m at 800 thousand and counting, watch your back liquor girl) and was Cyber Girl of the month. All aboard the Ego Train, its heading straight for the launchpad that connects to the Ego Shuttle. Now she’s back for a second season. Yes, she thought she was in love with whoever it was that won and apparently only a few months later it was proven not to be the case. Suspicion anyone?

Now probably the most incredibly annoying thing this ‘starlette’ has said was in regard to California allowing same-sex marriages. I won’t go into that whole can of worms on my opinions about gay marriage and what-not, I’ll just attack Tila for her comment. She pretty much tried to take all the credit for the law being passed as she seemed to think her MTV series was the big push the law needed. Yeah, what gay people needed was a bisexual stripper (I have more offensive words than this, but I’m trying to keep it clean) with a fake game show to get a law that activist groups had been working on for years to get passed. That’s like thinking Angelina Jolie showing up in Iraq and telling people to stop war will get people to just do it and start texting each other while blogging much like I am right now. I swear the air is getting too thing in LA or something.

In closing, Tila went from just some random woman you hoped to run into at the Playboy Mansion to, well, the exact same thing, only a lot of people know who she is and she thinks that makes her the Queen of California or something. She’s not, she’s the skidmark on the underwear of society. Thank you for reading, look for more articles like this one in the coming times.

~ Ranting from Canada, I’m Busterman Zero.

* Bucket – whenever I mention this word that means I feel like I’m going to vomit. For the disgusting but somewhat entertaining origin of this line, here’s a link to a video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rwwZDRelKNk

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