No Rules No Shame

June 5, 2009

Sibling Rivalry

Filed under: Uncategorized — corona @ 18:56

One of my favorite things in life is spotting D, G, Q, and S-list celebrities happily going about their lives at events I happen to be at. I say “events” like I’m some sort of social networking butterfly with a busy schedule and rolodex of important people that I must “pencil in” to said schedule. In reality, these events are usually just plain ol’ concerts, since that’s the only thing I tend to leave my house for. Music, food and art…that’s about it. Sometimes these things are all in the same place, and then I’m lucky enough to spot one of my favorite character actors and all hell breaks loose! I pee my pants, run up to the person with a mouthful of cocktail weenies and go on and on about how sorry I am that their shows got cancelled or their film flopped. They usually look at me like with confusion and fear, and if they had the kind of fame that required bodyguards, I’m sure I’d get punched in the face.

On my list of celebrities I would like to one day awkwardly encounter are the D-List siblings of A-list actors. The great thing about them is that when you spot them in a film, you can’t help but mistake them for their more famous brothers, but only if that brother was in some sort of accident that mangled his face. That’s when you realize it’s not Matt Dillon, it’s only Kevin. And even though Kevin has become his own celebrity with the male version of Sex & The City, Entourage, I have a feeling people on the street still mistake him for Matt’s skeleton.

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3 Comments »

  1. Would Andy Lawrence fit this bill, too, even though no one in that family ever got A’s on anything?

    Comment by norulesnoshame — June 5, 2009 @ 19:13

  2. Wow, talk about cruel. How would you like to be told that you look just like your brother, but only if his face got mangled in an accident? You should be ashamed of yourself.

    Comment by MaryBeth — October 16, 2009 @ 03:37

    • Don’t worry! Being ashamed is part of our daily regimen, somewhere between Law and Order marathons and the lack of flossing.

      Comment by norulesnoshame — October 16, 2009 @ 09:44


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