Aaron Paul, Chris Pratt, and The Rock Are Already Doing 2015 Better than We Are
Now that you’ve recovered from your New Year’s Eve celebration, let’s find out the really important things: what celebrities did and how they feel about the new year.
We’ll start with everyone’s newest favorite action star Chris Pratt.
Happy New Year! Skiing. Shots. Pizza. Fireworks. Kisses. Hot tub!? Snow angels!? Toasts to those we left behind. Already and epic #2015— chris pratt (@prattprattpratt) January 1, 2015
Nice enough, but sort of bland, don’t you think? Maybe he just wanted to make sure he didn’t step on his wife’s Twitter game.
1132 pm-just heard my sweet husband yell "oh shiiiit" from the other room. Is it awful to go to bed before midnight? Any advice?— Anna Faris (@AnnaKFaris) January 1, 2015
He's making pizza with some great friends in the kitchen-someone just said "that's a weak ass hollywood drink you stupid bitch" so I lay low— Anna Faris (@AnnaKFaris) January 1, 2015
Yes, yes, yes. I would expect nothing less from Hollywood’s best couple than hanging out with people who still talk shit to them and eating fried bread. I want to be friends with them so bad.
Alls well, 2015 began with fried bread. Happy new year! pic.twitter.com/HNKSlOPnP1— Anna Faris (@AnnaKFaris) January 1, 2015
Also I think I’d like to be friends with The Rock, but maybe only going out friends. Not close, “we should go to the gym together” friends. Because of this:
There are a lot of things going on in this picture that I don’t understand, how Instagram works, why people would want to work out that much (or at all for that matter), if hashtags are established things or if The Rock is just trying to make #BoutToPassTheFuckOut happen. But I do know this: I want to go to dinner with The Rock in the hopes that he would speak exclusively in catchphrases.
And finally, the man that can and has broken Twitter Aaron Paul. Paul again seems like someone I’d want to hang out with, but if we’re being honest, I sometimes get weirded out by his “blessed” tweets. He seems vaguely spiritual in a hippie, “sending out lots of love vibes” kind of way, and I’m a cynical bitch so I don’t think we’d mesh. But maybe I’m just not appreciating his overall attitude.
That’s what I needed, Aaron. I was wrong to ever doubt you.
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