Paparazzi (singular: Paparazzo) is an Italian term used to refer to ... dialect that describes a particularly annoying noise, that of a buzzing mosquito
because they intrude upon people's privacy in a particularly annoying way.
They're annoying becasue they are seemingly thoughtless, heartless, souless and without morals. Watching them stalk certain celebrities and the often degrading way they refer to them is nauseating. Not sure how someone could do that as a job and not see that it's wrong more times than not.
by kallini2010 10 months ago
Why are people so interested in private lives of celebrities?Who are we to judge?
by theoctopusjar 7 years ago
Why are celebrities so "Important"?How do you think it came to be, that the life of a celebrity has become so much more selectively observed, and seemingly important, than the life of the common citizen?
by James Dubreze 9 years ago
To condemn someone who has committed infidelity is not always a good judgment. The reasoning behind the act of infidelity must be reexamine before the cheater can be proven guilty. As the old tradition say, once a cheater is always a cheater ...that may not always be the case. As you continue to...
by dianebowling 7 years ago
Am I being too sensitive? Old fashioned? I don't know but I just need to say that using text abbreviations in hubs and other online postings are annoying. They also make postings appear to be written by a fourteen year old. This is only my opinion, however, I feel if you want to be taken seriously...
by LeonJane 4 years ago
Why do people worship movie/film celebrities?The more attention that you give them the more money they demand in subsequent movies that they star in. Are they really worth the money that they get? Do they really change or benefit society? Why don't humans worship scientists that discover cures for...
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