Daily Affirmation: Hooking Up With Tila Tequila
Tila Tequila has a new book, and it is great/awful.
By Andy Campbell,
10:49AM, Thu. Dec. 18, 2008
So Cindy Widner is a genius, or at least she recognizes my love for pure and unadulterated cultural detritus. How did she know I loved the hit MTV bisexual reality dating show, A Shot of Love with Tila Tequila? How did she know that I cried myself to sleep with joy and repulsion after every episode? How did she know I'd want my very own copy of Tila Tequila's new book (ghost-written by journalist Sarah Tomlinson), Hooking Up With Tila Tequila? Some things are just mysteries, I suppose. Cindy left a copy of the book, and I use that word loosely, for me at the Chronicle office. The following is a dramatization of the moment of retrieval
The Setting: The Chronicle building
The Time: Just after lunch
Cute front-desk boy (CFDB): Hello, can I help you?
Me: Um Yeah I think someone left me a book to pick up.
CFDB: Oh yeah?
Me: Yeah, it should be a pretty trashy book
CFDB: Ooooooooh. Yes! Here it is! (Smiles and hands me Tila Tequila's book)
Me: Oh, ok, thanks. See you.
CFDB: Yeah. You have fun.
Chekov wishes he could've written that gem. Yeah, suck it, Anton Chekov.
Anyway, so I love the book. And by love I mean I read it with condoms on my hands, so as to avoid any STDs. But really, it is an entertaining read, and I recommend it for any white elephant gift exchange you may be attending in the near future. I promise it will be the most coveted item of the party, and thus making you the most popular person. All I care about is your popularity.
In the weeks to come I will share snippets of this literary accomplishment in the form of daily affirmations. Each affirmation will be cited with page number, so you can follow along in your copy. Were I Oprah, this would be the moment I announce that you all get a free copy of the book for free.
But I'm not Oprah. Am I?
Daily Affirmation #1:
We need haters. If you don't have one, go hire one. Seriously, dude. Without haters, you'll never amount to anything. (Ch. 2: Haters, p. 19)
Amen, sister Nguyen!