Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Does Hollywood nightlife change you?

Time for a little Q&A session.

Question of the day today is: Does the Hollywood nightlife scene change you?

I pose this question based on several different factors.

It almost seems that everyday there are hundreds of young men and women from all over the country that see these reality shows and want to be the next "Situation" or "Kardashian".

Most of these youngsters come from middle America, or parts unknown. All with a dream and a hope to become famous.

What usually ends up happening is that they hang on for about a year before this city spits them out and they'll end up going back to the town from which they came.

I have always noticed that it's always people from other places who complain about people being "so Hollywood", when in fact most people that are born and raised in LA never use those terms (for the most part, not always).

What you'll notice sometimes in the Hollywood nightlife scene, is a lot more attitude, a lot more drama, a lot more "fake/superficial" type stuff.

When in fact, these young men and women were probably the shit back in their little home towns, however when they land in Hollywood, they are average to below average at best.

So the question remains, does Hollywood change you?

I understand that its a tough world out there and that most people when they arrive have a small amount (if any) friends at all. So many of them want to fit in and don't want to be alone.

Which then leads to them doing lines of coke with wannabe movie producers or casting directors and afterwords letting them squirt in your asshole raw.

This town has a ton of people that like to name drop, but at the end of the day they usually don't know anyone and no one knows who they are either.

So does the Hollywood nightlife scene change people, hmmm...tough to say.

Now if only half of these posers would just pack up and go back to Ohio, then perhaps the 405 freeway would a better place to travel along from time-to-time.

This will be my last post, until my next post.


  1. only as much as you allow it to ....

  2. It's quite sad, actually. I always have and always will enjoy the NYC night life more, because there's less drama, trashy people and wannabes. In LA, most people talk about who they know and what they have, while In NY actually have it all and don't brag about it. Now, if you're one of those people who goes to Jersey Shore-esque clubs in the city, then you wouldn't agree.