Not really. However, there are people who worship celebrities & hang on to their every word, especially their last words. To many people, especially those who have little to no self-esteem, are powerless, less successful, &/or haven't lived up to their potential, view celebrities as their alter ego. Since such people have grey, monotonous, subpar lives, they live vicariously through celebrities who have what they wish they COULD have but don't. So they follow &/or are even obsessed w/what celebrities eat, wear, & say.
A subcategory of people elevate celebrities to the status of gods. They view celebrities as perfection physically, mentally, intellectually, & socioeconomically. They maintain that celebrities must possess the perfect attributes or they wouldn't be at their status. They view the celebrities as MORE so whatever celebrities say or do have paramount legitimacy in their eyes. They see celebrities as supernatural & flawless so their words & actions carry weight while they are mere, flawed mortals with nothing of significance.
by JP Carlos3 years ago
If you know you're about to die what would be your last words?
by jzepess7 years ago
If you knew the exact moment you were going to die, what would your last words be?To whom would you say them? We should always consider our words, as we never know which ones will be our last.
by TheBlondie7 years ago
What do you want your last words to be?
by lee custodio6 years ago
Famous last wordsif you were about to die, what famous last words would you want people to remember you by?
by Grace Marguerite Williams7 months ago
Should only emotionally, intellectually/educationally, psychologically, & socioeconomicallyfit people become parents?
by Grace Marguerite Williams24 months ago
What are the things that SHOULD MATTER to parents if they want their children to thriveacademically, intellectually, & subsequently socioeconomically?
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