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Who was snubbed at the 2011 Slammy Awards?
Game Changer of the Year | Snub: Edge
Any time a WWE Legend retires, it’s a game changer. When it happens unexpectedly and forces the World Heavyweight Championship to be vacated, it flips the entire WWE upside down. Edge shocked the WWE Universe by announcing his retirement on the April 11 edition of Raw and shook up the title picture in the process. So, while the WrestleMania XXVIII main event between The Rock and John Cena is undoubtedly huge, it doesn’t trump the impact of WWE losing one of its greatest entertainers of all time. And, who knows, if The Rated-R Superstar was still around, we might have never seen Mark Henry get his chance to reign as the World Heavyweight Champion.
Jill Scott's Pissed She Didn't Get A Grammy Nomination
Some people were calling her bitter for her little rant on Twitter.
I understand it.
You work hard and push hard for your projects. Gave it your all. When your work is finished you’re so proud that you want to show it to everyone. Then, when it’s time to get recognition…..YOU GET SNUBBED! I like when people say how they feel and get it off their chest instead of holding back.
Granted…..I PERSONALLY don’t like Miss Scott’s latest album Light of the Sun, but she DID have some bangers.
Go head girl! Purge out your emotions. They try and tell us to stay humble….but humble gives me a f*cking headache sometimes…..especially when I know I’m WAY better than most.
Blanking: the silent menace
According to urban dictionary, ‘blank’ or ‘blanking’ is when you see someone you know on the street, and you know that they’ve both seen and recognised you, but they pretend they never saw you.
I have a policy when it comes to blanking - if I’ve established eyecontact with another person, that I know, then I at least give them a smile or a nod or a quick “Hi, got to run!”. If I really want to avoid somebody, then make sure that:
a) No eye contact is made
b) I do all I can to avoid being seen.
Why do I have this policy? Because being blanked, depending on your relationship with the party who blanked you, can hurt. It can be quite jarring and embarrassing. Thoughts start rushing through your head, calculating all of the possible reasons you could have been snubbed. “Does she have a headache? Is she embarrassed to know me? Does he have a class that he’s late to? Does he just hate me?”
The worst way of being blanked is when the other party doesn’t even have the courtesy to break eye contact. Despite the fact they are possessing a face void of all signs of recognising you, they continue to stare into your eye sockets. Its bad because it makes you wonder why, if they don’t try to avoid being seen, they aren’t talking to you or smiling in return.
So remember ladies and gentlemen: being blanked sucks, so try to reserve such actions for those who really deserve it.
Best Line From A Movie: MTV Movie Awards 2011
Jesse’s line is in the category
“If you two were the inventors of facebook, you’d have invented facebook.”
Armie’s line is in the category
“I’m 6’5”, 220, and there’s two of me.”
Justin’s lines are in the category (with a small cameo of Andrew)
“A million dollars isn’t cool. You know what’s cool?”
“A billion dollars.”
None of Andrew’s lines are in the category
“SORRY MY PRADA’S AT THE CLEANERS.”
“I was your only friend.”
“You better lawyer up, asshole, because I’m not just coming back for 30%. I’m coming back for everything.”