Satirical Essay: Celebrities

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Pages: 5

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 …show more content…
Drugs make restaurants unnecessary money because when people have the “munchies” they order ridiculous amounts of food they would not normally order sober. If Lindsay Lohan did not have cocaine how would she of drastically lost so much weight? Many of the female celebrities are self cautious about their weight because if they look fat (which they all think they are) they get bad mouthed by any paparazzi or media. They turn to a controlled substance to help reduce weight. This leads to many problems such as, eating disorders and healthy addictions. Who doesn’t want to be skinny? Nutrition depot should start distributing cocaine to people who want to lose a couple of pounds. Every child growing up has a certain role model that they look up to and someday want to become, whether it be celebrities, sports stars, musicians, or politicians. If those certain people let down these kids by choosing to take part in drug abuse, sex abuse, or any other sort of misbehaviors they are praised by their peers. For example, Kobe Bryant sexually abused a woman in Colorado and that did not change the way people view him. So many people look up and respect him for all the great things he has done on the basketball court. Kobe gets away with sexual abuse and Josh Howard gets away with admitting to smoking