HONEST HOUR reblog if you want your followers to invade your ask box

1.whats your favorite thing to do to escape from the world?

2.whats your favorite song?

3.what is something you LOVE to do?

4.do you have anyone in your life that you would drop everything for?

5.have you ever been in love? or are you in love?

6.been overweight?

7.ever been underweight?

8.do you have someone that would drop everything for YOU?

9. top 12 favorite youtubers? {if you even watch youtubers}

10.have you ever felt trapped?

11.whats your biggest insecurity?

12.what do you fear?

13.what is something that can ALWAYS make you smile?

14.do you have or want any tattoos or piercings?

15.what is your dream place to live?

16.if you had one day to live who would you spend it with, what would you spend your time doing?

17.whats your favorite color?

18.what are your thoughts on war?

19.what are your thoughts on same sex marriage?

20.have you ever been bullied?

21.if you could go back & restart your life what would you do different?what would you keep the same?

22.how old are you?

23.if someone told you, you could receive 1 million dollars ONLY if you travel to a unknown planet & return safely would you do it?

24.are you a virgin?

25.ever smoked marijuana before?

26.ever been so drunk you couldnt remember the night before?

27.how do you feel right now?

28.whats your birth stone color?

29.whats your favorite place to shop?

30.if you won 4 million dollars & were asked to give half to the less fortunate HONESTLY would you?

31.ever been to a concert?

32.whats your favorite band?

33.who is your favorite male singer?

34.who is your favorite female singer?

35.are looks important to you?

36.what is something your grateful for?

37.who is your role model?

38.what is your favorite book or book series?

39. apple or samsung

40. the year is 3024 what do you see when you look out your bedroom window?

41.where do you see yourself in 15 years from now?

42.whats your all time favorite movie?

43.ever been in a earthquake?

44.if you could learn another language anything on earth what would it be?

45.are you good at crafts?

46.do you believe at love at first sight?

47.have you ever been on a plane?

48.what is one thing no one knows about you?

49.ever disliked the way you look?

50.if you could switch lives with anyone dead or alive for one whole year who would that person be?

51.how many times do you check your phone/computer a day?

52.if you could tell someone you love deeply one thing & only ONE only what is it?

53.get your phone. go to your pictures. what is the last picture you downloaded?

54.fire or water?

55.do you like nature?

56.apple favor or strawberry?

57.whats your favorite tv show?

58.do you play any instruments?

59.if you had power over a whole country what would you change? would you change it for better or worse?

60.would you like a robot living in your house or a baby dinosaur that never grew bigger then a large dog?

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I’ll just leave this here.

The internet is a cruel place. What a fucked-up thing to do… But this thing that happens online bothers me—these anonymous commenters. People think they can say anything and it doesn’t matter to people. I’d love to see the people who comment about Britney online say those things to her face, because they couldn’t.
—  Justin Timberlake, Playboy magazine, June 2011

playground magazine published a story by me in spanish today.

here is the original english version:

The Britney Youth

Five months after the official announcement of his romantic split with Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake was visited at his childhood home in Memphis, Tennessee by Barbara Walters, the elderly television news personality and journalist who interviewed the famous boy-popstar (and his mother) in their small-town living room for an hour-long ABC 20/20 special. This was prime time American entertainment at the dawn of the third millenium. This was nothing out of the ordinary. This was a boy and his mother and a television reporter on a ranch, having a conversation, in front of a camera, for money. This was something I absorbed as a fourteen year old girl, like cereal.  

She was there, at the Timberlake residence in 2002, ostensibly to discuss the release of Justin’s debut solo CD, Justified. 13 tracks of hip hop-infused pop music, produced in large part by The Neptunes, and designed to advance Justin Timberlake’s public image beyond the bubblegum, Good-Boy, N*Sync poster-child innocence, which he and his mother/manager had been cultivating since his days as a mouseketeer on the Mickey Mouse club.

Barbara Walters also conducted the first interview with President and Mrs. Bush following September 11, 2001.

And of course, since she had made the trip to Tennessee to talk to the boy-popstar, Walters was obligated (by society) to broach the undeniably more sensational subject of the breakdown of the boy’s most recent romantic relationship, with an equally famous girl-popstar, one Miss Britney Spears. 

Seventy-two year old Barbara Walters had been hoping, she told him, to put the discussion to rest, ‘once and for all.’ 

‘I don’t think that’ll be the case’,  he replied, laughing nervously on the sofa (beside his mother), before becoming serious and poised over the course of a few long seconds. At twenty-one years old, Justin Timberlake had been famous for more than half of his life. ‘But, I remember when we decided that we were going to go our separate ways. We sat down and I said to her, “If there’s ever a moment when you ever need me, you can rest assured that I will be there, because I love you as a person and I will always love you…”’

Timberlake’s mother/manager smiled and nodded with tear-soaked eyes as her son delivered this vague and mature-seeming monologue on the conclusion of his first-love. 

It tasted like cereal, spoon-fed. It tasted like our expectations and identities developing through a collage of cultural references. It tasted like unconsciousness. I mean, after a while, it didn’t taste like anything. 

And so the world mourned the denouement of the once bright Power Couple. 

The Prince and Princess of Pop. 

There was nothing that any one of us could do about it. It was over. 

When Walters asked ‘What kind of a girl do you want to bring home to Mom?’ Justin pointed to his mother/manager and, smiling, said, ‘Somebody like her’. 

I accepted that it would be almost impossible for me ever to relate to another person. 

I heard someone say, ‘We’ll be right back after this commercial break.’