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Discussion in 'Andy's Trad Forum' started by Beresford, Jul 28, 2008.
this guy is a phony
If anyone here took that story as the God's Honest Truth then I've got a bridge I'd like to sell you.
It perhaps should be added that this acronym originated as a pejorative parody. Intended as a joke, like the Preppy Handbook.
Obviously, you are right. Sometimes it just takes me a little longer to catch on.
I check out his blog from time to time; I have to agree with others, here, that this guy is a fake. However, if he's real, my question is who would want to associate with someone of that caliber?
I must now get back to making lots of money....
Bingo. As soon as Tucker Max started posting his drunken stories every 20ish year old guy who thought he was cool but had the free time to post his exploits on the internet decided that he would be the next internet celeb. Posturing as some kind of wealthy old-money character is like a weird offshoot of Tucker's personality.
I've read this guys's blog before. It's really funny that he likes to compare himself to a character on Gossip Girl. Is he really a fifteen year old kid? Probably not, just a putz. Some find the blog interesting but it's just lame imho.
It is a real shame that good blogs like Heavy Tweed Jacket decide to close up shop but rubbish like this keeps going.
Bullwinkle, that trick never works!
I've seen Chack Bass, and this is no Chuck Bass. Is this story cribbed from one of the books, or some other teen drama? I tried the old counterfeit letter gag in fifth grade and it was hack. College? I think not.
Funny. Growing up, Sebastian Valmont was a favorite fictional character of mine. After all, he was well to do, well dressed and completely ruthless.
Needless to say, after age 16, the appeal wore off and I looked for more realistic role models.
I only made it into the second paragraph, with
What a douche bag.