Top 25 Celebrity Moments of 2012

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2012 was insane. It seemed like every time you turned around, someone was getting married, or coming out of the closet, or gaining weight, or wearing some tacky Zuhair Murad ensemble, causing them to resemble a figure skater from the 1990’s. In case you’ve been busy studying, sleeping, or being too hungover to be a part of society, here are the Top 25 Celebrity Moments of 2012.

25. Kate Middleton Got Knocked Up


I’m OBSESSED with Kate Middleton. I literally have a Pinterest board dedicated to her and her LK Bennet nude pumps. What I love most about her is that she is SO easy to relate to. She was always just your average girl from an upper-middle class family, trying to get her MRS degree, who happens to have a fantastic wardrobe consisting of high-end, form-fitting pieces, appropriate for a variety of situations. She also has really shiny hair. Then she married a prince, making her my ultimate role model. Ever since Tribute to Alexander McQueen Day her Royal Wedding, the entire world has watched her getting super skinny instead of getting pregnant, until recently, when Kate finally announced that she is carrying a royal fetus. I couldn’t be happier for the British monarchy. Kate is going to be the chicest mom ever, following the likes of Victoria Beckham and Kourt Kardash. I can’t wait to see her tote the royal baby around London. There’s not been an official announcement that Sarah Burton will design the baby’s christening gown, but I wouldn’t doubt it.

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  1. Plan B is Plan A

    Girls: the story of a fat and ugly hipster girl in New York whose parents cut her off financially after she fails to find a husband or a job after graduating. It’s pretty much the exact opposite life story of every girl who follows TFM.

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    • hot piece of TSM

      Actually, New York is like one of the places with the most readership. SUNY schools have pretty big Greek Life. I’m from the North, and most of the people I know from home would say that Greek Life is a pretty big thing at their schools. I’d say it’s “the thing to do” everywhere.

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    • Jon M Fratsman

      You are correct, miss. You are from America. Well, probably, anyway, I wouldn’t know. However, when I refer to God’s Country I refer to the portion of the United States that is covered by the boundaries of the Southeastern Conference, with possible exceptions for VA & NC. And fuck Florida. But you aren’t from any of those places, so it doesn’t matter.

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    • Jon M Fratsman

      Oh no, she called me stupid.

      Anyways, you aren’t terrible, Pearls, but you write about things that only people from the North think about. Seriously. This is a real writing tip. If you want people (sorority girls from all across the country, presumably) to care about what you write, write about things they care about. I obviously don’t have the demographic numbers, but seeing as Greek life isn’t exactly the thing to do up there I’m going to go out on a limb and say the majority of TSM readership is not located inside the state of New York.

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    • Jon M Fratsman

      I couldn’t tell you what house she’s in (others on here probably could), but I can say for sure after reading her stuff for a while that she’s not from anywhere near God’s Country.

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