Seriously, fuck this shit.
I know a few of you know about this already because I sent it to you or posted it on my Twitter or Facebook, but I feel compelled to bring it up again. Why? Because there is nothing more humbling than a group of faceless strangers dedicating a whole thread (or in this case, two) to the fact that you are, pretty much, the worst writer ever. And such a terrible human in general, that you probably “killed JonBenet Ramsey.” No, I am not kidding. That is just one of the many colorful insults I have had thrown at me because I choose to write on the internet for a living. So basically, I provide a free service, then I stand there as people walk by and tell me how horrible it is. Like I said, if nothing else, humbling. In the case of the SomethingAwful thread, though, it is actually a really entertaining read. Atleast they got creative and had FUN hating me. I suggest you all read on, though. These threads get pretty tasty.
Man, there is no feeling quite like witnessing an interview with a celebrity quickly go off the rails. There is just something so authentic about it, you feel like you are there, squirming along with them. In some cases, there are multiple reasons why an interview can become awkward or tense. A bad question or a touchy subject, perhaps. in most of these cases, it all boils down to pure ego, though. Cocksure, self-righteous celebrities who think they are the voice of God acting better than someone else. Here are seven interviews so awkward, they are almost hard to watch. Keyword: almost.