Justin Bieber Gives Guys Yet Another Reason To Feel Inferior
Posted by Newson 09/26/2011 at 11:58 AM
After trying their best to act normal by attending local karaoke nights and taking trips to the zoo, Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez have finally succumbed to the pressure and decided to accept that ugh, fine they are not an average couple. Unless your idea of average involves private dates in 20,000-seat venues, in which case, can we get your number? Drawing inspiration from one of the greatest love stories of all time, the Adam Sandler remake of Mr. Deeds, Bieber surprised Gomez with a private dinner inside the arena, followed by a private screening of Titanic. As our jealousy and depression subsides, here are our two immediate reactions: Adam Sandler’s Mr. Deeds? Really? And, he couldn’t spring for getting Kobe Bryant and Lamar Odom to reenact the “King of the World!” scene? When it comes to the strange subject of Sandler as your own personal Cupid, we’d almost always go with the Billy Idol-assisted airplane serenade from The Wedding Singer. In coach, natch.
But don’t think for a minute that The Bieb is getting cocky. He’s only going on lavish dates like this a service to his fellow men. “romance isnt dead. treat your lady right fellas [sic],” he tweeted on Friday night. So basically in addition to making you feel inferior in regards to your own career, Bieber now can make you feel like a failure in romance, too. Keep up the good work!
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