Monday, December 14, 2009

Taylor Lautner is too nice

Looked at the Taylor Lautner interview, and was aghast at the rudeness of the interview questions. Are interviewers now allowed to be as rude and pushy as they want?

At the first question, ("have you ever done a line...") Lautner's rep should have pulled the poor guy outta there. Instead he had to suffer through the rest of this prat's interview as the guy mercilessly grilled him on prying, obnoxious, personal questions.

As for Rolling Stone, NO it was not purchased, and will not be, unless and until they teach their employees some manners. What a shame they cashed in on Lautner's physique after insulting him so badly.

The interviewer needs to be trimmed by extremely sharp shears.

Aggrieved Moo!

8 Comments:

Blogger I Hate to Weight said...

i can't believe what can be asked with an assumption of an answer.

my least favorite, of course, is when reporters swamp the loved ones of murder victims, screaming, "how are you feeling"?

our world can be very strange. keep up the ban, topiary. i support you!

1:12 PM  
Blogger The Topiary Cow said...

Weight: you are right. Interviewers need to be brought up sharply when they are rude, and pushy, and just generally impolite!

Agree, our world is strange, and seems to keep getting meaner.

Thank you for your support!!!

Moo!

1:51 PM  
Blogger Gorilla Bananas said...

The great thing about questions is you don't have to take them seriously or answer the truthfully. Unless you're in court, perhaps.

2:16 PM  
Blogger The Topiary Cow said...

Gorilla: That is very true.

It was the pushy, obnoxious quality that came through so clearly, even in print, that was so offensive.

Gorilla would have made short work of this interviewer, for sure.

2:49 PM  
Blogger Karen ^..^ said...

I absolutely agree with you. It's disgusting what they ask, and I for one, wouldn't even WANT to know the answer!! I don't buy those crass magazines, because they are all just too negative. I read People once in a while, and even that one is bordering on smarmy.

I'm pretty good with shears, may I help? ;)

3:42 PM  
Blogger The Topiary Cow said...

Karen:
Yes indeed! Please sharpen your shears to trim this magazine into small, shredded pieces.

Cow shares your disgust at what people are asked, at what the paparazzi shout out to these people trying to get a reaction, and the general bad manners and poor taste of all these magazines.

Thank you Karen for your support!

4:15 PM  
Blogger Watercolor said...

Holy moly! How rude! I can't believe he didn't just leave. Reporters wanting an "edge" should strive for manners and talent instead.

4:35 PM  
Blogger The Topiary Cow said...

Or originality. Or, maybe, doing their homework and some research on their topic.

There are a lot of ways to interview people that do not involve being so rude.

Thank you, Watercolor.

12:53 PM  

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