Satirical Essay: Celebrities

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Celebrity Role Models
A state in which the mind is elevated above the reach of ordinary impressions, unconscious of sensible objects, and under the influence of overpowering emotions celebrities find irresistible and enticing. Celebrities distinguish themselves in such ways that others admire and want to emulate. Celebrities are worthy of imitation; "everyone needs a role model". The immense amount of drug usage that celebrities, athletes, professionals, and politicians take part in has improved society in countless ways and will continue to do so if everyone emulates these social icons.

The use of drugs has improved society by never having to worry about anything. It brings you into a state of mind where you feel careless about everything and everybody around you. Marijuana is the most widely used drug, but who can blame celebrities for wanting to feel relaxed, have better awareness, and also an increasingly amount of hunger. Instead of going to jail for having possession of marijuana and other drugs, people should go to jail for not having possession of drugs. Life without drugs would be so boring. What would there be to do without drugs? Celebrities are the best role models for setting such great examples for everyone. They admit their personal experiences and exposures established from the usage of drugs. It is amazing how fast the media and paparazzi get this kind of information out to us and how hard they work to intrude on every celebrity to influence us to do the same foolish acts, so we can be just like the perfect little angels that they are.

Hollywood celebrities, pro-athletes, and politicians come clean about their past experiences with drugs and the crazy activities involved with it. George Clooney states, “I’ve slept with too many women, done too many drugs and been to too many parties… I liked mushrooms. They were like easy acid. I did like blow, it would dress you up for a party.” He can still make 25 million per movie and it doesn’t affect...
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