“Once, when I thought Zahara [Jolie-Pitt] had the same Marc Jacobs sweater dress I did, I set mine on fire.”
Would you ever dare to believe that anything catty could ever come out of the mouth of this sweet little princess??
Well, believe it.
Let me introduce you, ladies and gentlemen to the phenomenon that is Suri’s Burn Book.
The premise: Imagining that Suri Cruise is the ultimate mean girl of her generation. Through Tumblr and Twitter, she bashes on all the other “less fashionable” children in Hollywood.
Mean Girls 2.0 .
( for those offended, here at the The Walk we choose to ignore that flop of a movie actually called Mean Girls 2. )
Right off the front page of the site we get a line that encapsulates the whole message behind “Suri’s hostility” towards other children,
“JUST BECAUSE YOU DON’T HAVE A FERRAGAMO HANDBAG DOESN’T MEAN YOU CAN BEHAVE LIKE A CHILD. (I’M LOOKING AT YOU, SHILOH.)”
The Twitter handle’s profile description reads with the same tone, “A study in Suri and the people who disappoint her.”
So when you find yourself with some extra time to waste, check this out. You’ll actually be rolling on the floor dying.
But for now, I’ll leave you with this little charmer.
“Holy clashing patterns, Willow Smith.
I imagine this is what the Once-Ler wears in The Lorax, only if he was manufacturing thneeds out of truffala trees, Thing 1 and Thing 2, and the common jungle cat. (What? I dabbled in children’s literature before advancing to European classics.)
Also, isn’t it bad branding for Willow Smith to not have hair to whip?”
Always watch out for the nice ones.