Kristen Stewart is ‘the least trusted movie star in America,’ says Readers Digest

Sometimes I change my mind about certain dresses or strong “looks” after the first rush of judgment. I will soften and, as time passes, a look that I hated at first glance will grow on me. That’s not happening at all with this Stella McCartney onesie that Kristen Stewart wore to the Met Gala. If anything, this shiz is MORE hideous to me now than when I first covered it. Plus, I’m seeing it in different angles now and OMG DIAPER. The whole mid-section and crotch of this thing is totally FUBAR. It’s not even that Kristen is the one wearing it – it’s just an awful onesie.

Anyway, Kristen doesn’t have a whole lot going for her these days. I mean, sure, she’s still young and attractive and richer than all of us will ever know. But her career has significantly faltered and her Twihard fanbase seems to be outgrowing her as we speak. And now this – Reader’s Digest just conducted an interesting poll to determine the “least” and “most” trusted movie stars in America. Kristen is the least trusted movie star. Full stop. People distrust her more than they distrust TOM CRUISE.

According to a “100 Most Trusted People in America” nationwide poll conducted by Reader’s Digest, Kristen Stewart is the least trusted movie star in America.

Reader’s Digest compiled a list of more than 200 American opinion shapers, leaders and headline makers from 15 highly influential professions and presented it to more than 1,000 Americans (a representative sample of adults living in the United States), asking them to rank each name on how trustworthy they thought each individual was. Trustworthiness was determined by “integrity and character, exceptional talent, drive to personal excellence, internal moral compass, message, honesty and leadership.”

According to their results, Stewart received the lowest trust score (24%) amongst all of the movie stars who made the list, despite her status as one of the highest-paid stars in Hollywood.

And who’s the least trusted male star who made the list?

Tom Cruise, who scored just 27 percent.

Not surprisingly, popular celebs Tom Hanks and Sandra Bullock received the highest scores (65% and 63% respectively), with Denzel Washington and Meryl Streep not trailing far behind (62% and 61%).

[From Entertainment Tonight]

The Tom Cruise thing is interesting because even if you hate Scientology and you think Tom basically condones slave labor, he is without question a movie star and people are still going to see his films. I guess you could make the same argument for Kristen though – even with the Mini Coopering, the sulking, the slouching, the lip-biting and all of the inanities that come out of her mouth, people still go see (some of) her movies. So while people don’t trust her – at all, apparently – they’re still interested enough in her to see her movies?

Incidentally, what I find weird is that Kristen’s Mini-Coopering really didn’t hurt her that much with women, although maybe the effect will be a slow-burn. But all the women who liked Kristen pre-Mini-Coopering still like her for the most part. I still wonder how Kristen managed to weather that controversy with everyone throwing pity parties for her instead of Liberty Ross.

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  1. Mrs. Peacock says:

    Why is her crotch in her navel?
    Escape route?

  2. Elceibeno says:

    That thing she’s wearing is hideous beyond words. I can’t believe she left the house with it on. I don’t understand the meaning of “trust” by the survey. What is the point of the poll? Actors are just people who we will never ever meet at a personal level. What do we care about them?

  3. kayla says:

    First of all……….. WHY would it ever be important for us to trust movie stars? Seriously who thought up this poll. Also, the fact that people trust her the least show how little society has progressed. Women do not have equality. Women are still the holders of virtue and apparently deserve vitriol when they sway. Why do people still need to judge other peoples choices to make themselves good?

    • ray says:

      Its not just movie stars. They selected 200 people from 15 influential profession.

      And the poll defined trust as someone with moral compass and integrity etc so if she ranks low, means people think she is low on this criteria courtsy the exposure in July.

      PS of course poll does not say that people do not watch movies of low trust score stars.

    • Poink517 says:

      +1. Insightful comment.

    • nina says:

      it shows a lot about how the media shapes attitudes too, the gossip media and the narrative it gives in particular.

      Kristen was somewhat likeable to me pre-minicoopering, and then I found her actions to be pretty dumb and immature. I found her less interesting for doing something so cliched and blatantly cliched at that. The director? REally, Kristen? How punk rock of you.

      But I want to roll my eyes when she’s given less trust than wife beaters like Josh Brolin, etc. What she did was anti-sisterhood and it was self destructive professionally, but that’s some pretty low level shit compared to the straight up seediness of her industry. But she plays a great part in gossip mongering online, her sorta bitchy demeanor lends itself to using her like some polar opposite to “good girls” like Reese for instance. And well, we all know how little narrative and reality intermingle in some ways.

      She’s a bitch, most likely. What cracks me up is people thinking she’s an exception to the rule, or even half as competent at being a ruthless bitch like a lot of her peers. It’s funny.

      • c'est la vie says:

        I think what draws people to this played out story are those awful pics of her and Sanders.

        If you’re going to go muff diving – nothing says tacky like outdoor mini-coopering. Not including the asinine public apologies to their SO’s (I would have loved to hear the private apologies).

        She just comes off as a self centered, overpaid brat who lucked into Twilight. Plus, she can’t act. She’s eminently unlikable. At least, to me she is – unlikeable, plus no acting skills proves she’s the most overpaid actor in Hollywood.

      • Apples says:

        C’est La Vie, +1

      • nina says:

        I think she’s middling with acting, she was good in the runaways and disastrous in the twilight franchise.

        I think she’s somewhat boring though, not really hard enough(too awkward, too unformed, too immature) to be a real bitch who can play the industry game. All her eff ups just point to that fact, she’s not saavy enough to put on the appropriate masks, not saavy enough to cover her ass better.

        I give her definite negative marks in some ways for being so dumb and unsaavy and incompetent, like grow up and take care of your business better if you’re here to play.

        AT THE SAME TIME, I don’t know if I appreciate someone more who just lies better and kisses public ass better either. And it goes back to the trustworthy issue, and image, and narrative via gossip media.

  4. Thora says:

    So I guess Lindsay Lohan was ineligible for this poll?

    And you guys still haven’t posted an article about what went down with Lauryn Hill. What’s with that?

  5. Jane says:

    This has got to be the weakest post on this chick! Reader Digest! Come on. There was just a sentence on her ‘winning’ best dressed in that UK mag. There’s a shocker. People make mistakes and the need to keep bringing up “min-copper” or “trampire” just look down after awhile. Like WE will make sure yono one forgets because WE all should hate you. How about in the next post about any other star (besides Lindsay Lohan and Reese Witherspoon) listing there ‘crimes’ just so fair is fair. I will say that the level of malice toward this woman is really only equal to what Chris Brown gets that’s saying a lot!

    • TG says:

      Is this the new republican mantra? I noticed Mark Sanford and those hicks in South Carolina use the same mantra. Mark calls his sins and God’s second chances a “shared humanity”.

      • Bugsrunny says:

        The difference is, Mark Sanford was just elected to the House, his lying and stealing (from the public, not just people in his personal life) and immorality apparently “forgiven.” Kristen is still vilified by the masses, although she did nothing to hurt most people. You can’t equate the two.

      • c'est la vie says:

        She sure as hell hurt some people – including herself and her reputation.

        This girl had every break in the world. Talk about self destructive.
        Sort of like that outfit. Nice.

      • Kat says:

        TG, get over yourself. You’re talking about an entire state of people. It not only makes you sound rude but stupid as well to stereotype like that.

        -a hick from SC (that didn’t vote for Mark Sanford)

      • Tig says:

        @ TG- to be technical, it was only the hicks in the first Congressional district of SC who elected him. It was the entire state who elected Jim DeMint, whose resignation from the US Senate
        resulted in the sitting Congressman from that district being appointed to his seat. Sanford then won the election to the US House.

        Sad as Sanford’s election was, it was entirely predictable in that district. And, of course, it was like minded voters who elected Jim DeMint in the first place.

        More than I’m sure you wanted to know.

  6. MissMoody says:

    I think her career has really suffered. I used to subscribe to Vanity Fair and I read a Rob Pattinson interview where he admitted that he’s not sure he wants to even act but Kristen is 100% sure and set in her desire to be an actress. I think she’s far more ambitious than she lets on so having nothing lined up at all, when her team has been trying to push her as this amazing actress that everyone is desperate to work with, is kinda embarrassing. Reports like this are not helping I’m sure. I mean, someday Twilight will be re-made and re-cast. What will she do then when even the Twi-Hards don’t care anymore?

    • Annie says:

      Her people could only do so much. Pretend the mini-coopering never happened. Most of the non/twihard audience already thought of her as a very bad actress and a very unpleasant person. When your agents try to put you, talent and charisma wise, next to girls like Jennifer Lawrence, you are going to lose. And her people always try to put her in the same company.
      Twilight helped Rob and Kristen like they have no idea, which is why I’m bothered whenever they speak badly about it. They won the lottery. Would they get amazing opportunities without it? No. Would they be working with the same people without it? Maybe some, others were definitely interested because of Twilight. Would they have been stars without it? No.

      When you look at the A-list young actresses of today, Kristen has NOTHING on them. Jennifer Lawrence is untouchable right now. Has TWO franchises and countless awards. Look at the rest: Mia Wasikowska has a great resume so far (Meryl Streep mentioned her during her Golden Globes speech as someone to watch. Meryl Streep!! As she accepted an award!), Shannon Woodley with her own franchise and indies. Emma Stone keeps super busy working with amazing directors. Carey Mulligan too. Saoirse Ronan.

      Can you really put Kristen there? No. It’s like Emma Watson. Just because they were on huge franchises doesn’t mean they’re good actresses despite all their money. They’re not. And they still have to earn roles and win people over.

      What affected Kristen is that most people don’t like her and she’s really not a good actress. The affair was just the cherry on top. Some people weren’t even surprised she would do that. Like yeah, maybe it made people really judge her. But I promise you people wouldn’t have been so harsh if someone likable had done it.

      • gogoGorilla says:

        I agree with this.

        I think you can be young and make stupid mistakes in relationships. I can look past that. But she is a TERRIBLE actress. Seriously, painfully terrible. And she is a total hypocrite, walking around like she is all that and a bag of chips, totally cool and above it all and f#ck all you people blahblahblah. THAT’S why people don’t like her. The affair just gave them a lightning rod for their feelings about her.

  7. don't kill me i'm french says:

    Look this top 10:there is also Spielberg,Bill Gates and Julia Roberts

  8. LeeLoo says:

    You reap what you sow?

    As a woman, I could care less about Kristen’s mini-cooper incident. She engaged in poor behavior with a total dbag. He would have cheated on his wife with someone else if not with Kristen.

    What does offend me about Kristen is her constant “woe is me, I’m so above Hollywood” posuer attitude. Her terrible acting is also pretty offensive too. I’m not saying she’s a poor actress in a jealous accusatory way. I mean it. Her technique is monotone and flat all the time. I am convinced her mommy must have bribed or blown several Hollywood producers to get Kristen in the door.

    And that outfit is really appalling. Is Stella going through a creative draught? Her dresses have looked awful for sometime. She was never a good designer to begin with but sheesh!

    • FreeSpiritedGirl says:

      plus she thinks we girls want to be her! I cannot believe how superior she thinks of herself than us. One of her Stans posted this video on Tumblr where she says, “Girls hate me because they wanna be me.” Oh b!tch please! We don’t wanna be a homewrecker like you. And we are too flamboyant and jovial to look sullen and stoned like you.

      • Pastyousayyouneverknew says:

        Goodness, I realised that what prevents me from being a fan of Kristen’s are those fans that think she’s like, I dunno, God, same goes for Justin Bieber and 1D – a fan of hers posted on another site that when they see her, they think of Princess Diana. I mean, REALLY? Lol, love her all you want but don’t sound so delusional.

      • ray says:

        Did she also say why man like her ? oh never mind.

        Her interviews are real gems. My favorite is the truth haters sh!t eaters comment. This girl is full of it.

    • Annie says:

      Exactly! The mini coopering shouldn’t be blamed for everything. It’s her. Her bad attitude. Her arrogance. Her bored face. Her idiotic interviews, like when she said that when she looks at paparazzi pictures she “feels like she’s looking at someone being raped” like, what was she thinking?! Her condescending comments against “other actresses” who are “fake”. You mean the ones that get better work than you? Not cool.
      PLUS most of the general audience already called her a bad actress. Most people have not been fooled like twihards have been fooled. She owes that status to Twilight. Not to true talent.

      And as far as I can see, people protected her and defended her a lot during the affair, because for some reason now we’re cuddling girls that do awful things, and if you call them out you’re “slut shaming” them.

    • MissJane says:

      Actually Kstew while not the most exciting actress is around because she was a good child actor. She was in that panic room movie with Jodie Foster. That is why she is famous. Lucky. She’s still a kid. I’m sure it’s possible for her to get better.

  9. Micki says:

    Is this poll done among the Hollywood wives?

  10. Belle Epoch says:

    She’s an insufferable badly-behaved little bitch who refuses to lighten up and thinks it’s cool to flash the middle finger during a photo shoot. How infantile. She acts like she’s curing cancer. Classy entertainers like Tom Hanks keep it light – they understand it is ENTERTAINMENT, not working on world peace.

  11. Dhavynia says:

    Even if she had the highest score I still wouldn’t watch her movies unless there’s nothing else. I wanted to watch Snow White when it came out on cable because of CT and this girl was so awful it was painful to watch

    At least Tom Cruise is watchable

  12. marie says:

    honestly I could care less if an actor is trustworthy, I’m not trying to be their friend I’m trying to watch a movie. I don’t watch a lot of Kristen’s movies because I don’t like her acting, not because she got caught in a car with a married dude.

  13. Vee says:

    She is unprofessional when doing press and interviews. This has not improved. It’s time to grow up.

    • Belle Epoch says:

      Vee – nicely done. Yeah, that’s what I should have said!

    • pepper says:

      Well said. But she doesn’t want to change imo. If she herself felt that she needed to work towards betterment of her image and how she portrays herself we would have seen some changes by now. She probably feels she is so ‘authentic’ and glorifies in that poor pissy image. Takes an open mind to bring some changes in yourself. She is probably too lazy to bring those changes about herself. That takes effort. She will hide behind Rob and her PR team to help fix her problems.

  14. Pastyousayyouneverknew says:

    What a weirdly phrased poll – “trust” – I’ve never sat down and thought about how much I could trust Jennifer Lawrence or Taylor Swift (both of whom I love). I just think this poll is weird. The people who voted didn’t know her, I don’t see how they could know how trustworthy she is.

    Negative things like this make me wonder who told Kristen it’d be a good idea to return for a SWATH sequel – why would you want people to remember that “momentary indiscretion” that tainted your image? :(

  15. Carolyn says:

    Most of Readers’ Digest’s target audience wouldn’t know who Kristen Stewart is.

    Strange poll.

  16. JenD says:

    In the top picture, I had an image of someone blowing air into that outfit to pouf it out like that. It’s hideous.

  17. Katie says:

    Well, if a bunch of old, close-minded white people think that, it must be true…

    • Poink517 says:

      They said it was a representative sample of Americans, meaning it shouldn’t have consisted of just white people.

      • Katie says:

        It’s a Readers Digest poll and the least trusted movie star is a woman in her early 20s whose only “crime” is that she cheated on her boyfriend (and a lot of people think that said relationship is a publicity stunt). The other least trusted movie star is a cult member with a highly-controlled public image.

      • Mi says:

        @Katie,she helped to destroy a family.Funny,that everybody seems forget about the wife and children.What about the public aspect of this scandal?

    • Tapioca says:

      “close-minded white people”


      I think you’ll find that conservative values/prejudice are colourblind – after all, it’s the black and latino communities in California that overwhelmingly voted for Prop H8!

      • *unf* Joan Jett says:

        As a queer person I find it quite offensive that you think the measure of open mindness is the 2008 vote on Prop 8.

        Firstly the world has moved on on this issue since then and Hispanics are actually more in favor of same-sex marriage then the Americans overall now.

        Secondly marriage equality is not really what I would consider the top priority among the problems queer people face. But as the major LGBT organizations are actually all about cis, WHITE, middle class, gay dudes who already have all the privileges in the world – with the exception of being queer – marriage seems the main focus. While queer people have significantly higher chances of becoming homelessness, losing their jobs, facing violence, developing mental illnesses and abusing drugs and alcohol.

        Did you know that the rape rates are insanely high among bisexual women? Nearly 50%. In comparison it is 17% for women who identify as straight.

        Or did you know that Arizona is about to pass a bill that forces trans* people to only use public restrooms/dressing rooms/showers associated with the gender that they were assigned at birth – not their actual gender? That would make their lives even more dangerous then they already are – especially for women of color. Just google CeCe McDonald.

        So yeah … Being pro marriage equality does not make anybody non close-minded in the eyes of most queer people. While it is great that at least some progress happens, it is still just the minimum amount of human decency that the heteronormative society can show.

  18. Cece says:

    Trust is usually an issue when it comes to celebrity endorsements, i.e., we would trust Tom Hanks shilling something but maybe not her.

    I agree with others, though, the poll seems ridiculous.

  19. FreeSpiritedGirl says:

    I totally agree with the pity party thing question. Why don’t people care what Liberty Ross went through? Ok, leave the care part, why don’t anybody sympathize with her? KStew’s Stans have totally forgiven her and have turned blind and deaf. I’m on Tumblr, Twitter and Pinterest, and I’m so fed up of these Stans posting pics of KScrew as if she is their queen, and Robsten forever. Those Stans still believe KScrew ‘never slept’ with Rupert Sanders. Flock of sheep.

  20. Skyblue says:

    Looking at Kristen in that jumpsuit makes me want to sing the “Oompa Loompa” song.

  21. MonicaQ says:

    1) I don’t care about “trustworthy-ness”. I just want to see a good movie. ‘Oblivion’ was disappointing because it was a mess, not because “I didn’t trust” Tom Cruise.

    2) Girl can’t act. Don’t care. I can (try) and look past the sulking, the faux “devil may care” attitude but she’s type-casted worse in my mind than the Blue Ranger from Power Rangers. Can’t see him without going, “Oh look, there’s Billy!” just like I can’t see her without rolling my eyes and saying, “Oh look. Twilight. Yay. Except not.”

  22. Merman says:

    “integrity and character, exceptional talent, drive to personal excellence, internal moral compass, message, honesty and leadership.” AHAHAHAHAHA.Could someone tell me more about the internal moral compass of Bullock???And to borrow a term from Lainey,that’s a poll for the “MiniVan Majority”.

  23. The Original Original says:

    She comes off as so superior all the time, like she knows shes better than everyone else. I didnt like her before the mini cooper thing and I absolutely loathed her afterward. The whole incident discusted me, and it makes me so angry that she can break up someones marriage and still get to have Rob back afterward.

  24. Andrea says:

    How much do you think WB is breathing a huge sigh of relief that she didn’t wind up as Lois Lane in their Superman reboot that is about to drop as was originally rumored?????

    Thank God they got Amy Adams instead. Can you imagine how WB would be sweating right now of they had Stewart as opposed to Adams????

  25. Jenna says:

    Eh, forget being trustworthy, the girl still can’t act. That’s the main reason why I don’t watch her movies, not who she opens her legs for.

  26. janie says:

    She looks trashy, plain and simple! She always looks like she needs a bath, never looks clean to me. I’m surprised this mess with the boyfriend hasn’t blown over. I believe she has really damaged her career. Cheating happens all the time & she is very young… I wish her the best! Maybe if she would smile once in awhile, people wouldn’t be so harsh.

    • c'est la vie says:

      You forget one thing – she can’t act for sh!t!

    • Tig says:

      It is so strange to me that her team, or whoever, didn’t try to engage in some sort of overhaul of her image- like, drop the red carpet events that she clearly has no use for and more importantly, can’t handle. Something along the lines of @while pursuing projects, will be attending classes in anything that would lend itself to the impression that she’s attempting to mature- after all, she’s 23- she’s past the sell date on angsty teen roles. It could be that’s been suggested to her and her take is s##% it. However, fast coming up on first anniversary of Rup-gate, and any bets on all those pics being rolled out again?

  27. Dedrie says:

    Stella doesn’t understand the tailoring fit part of being a designer..

  28. Madriani's Girl says:


    I love how her eyes look with that make-up.

  29. annamorphos says:

    I’m not a Kristen fan, but rating someone’s “trustworthiness” based on a bunch of strangers’ opinions is ridiculous. None of us know what K. Stewart is really like. None of us is in a position to judge her character. Yeah, she does give off a sour attitude at times, and she does seem like she needs a long shower at times, but just because we can criticize her pictures, doesn’t mean we are in a position to criticize her personality. We don’t know her.

    Now her “acting” talent is a whole other story. ;-)

  30. TinyPixie says:

    She’s not really relevant as an actress anymore and she’s a failure as a fashionista, so what is exactly is the point of Kristen Stewart in 2013?

  31. Sara says:

    Oh wow, I think those are some of the first pictures I’ve seen of her with her mouth shut.

  32. Prim & Proper says:

    Surely the costume was an homage to the great Ziggy Stardust, so not out of place. Not too keen on the eyeshadow though.

  33. megsie says:

    snake eyes. yikes.

    I maintain that it was less the cheating scandal and more Kristen’s response to the cheating scandal that turned us off and trashed her image. It was handled so poorly, professionally and personally.

  34. Jane says:

    I don’t “distrust” Stewart any more than I “trust” Bullock or Hanks. What they do and how they live their lives in no way impacts my life. They don’t feed me, clothe me, give me a living or keep me safe. Those in the entertainment business and/or those that are a part of it are irrelevant except for momentary enjoyment for what they do for a living or deresion for their occasional bad public behavior.

  35. The Bug says:

    Ridiculous. She’s a kid, for dog’s sake. Why aren’t they taking polls on our politicians, who are doing *actual* harm. I think she is OK and I particularly like that she doesn’t know how to be *on* all the time. That seems honest to me.

  36. Norman says:

    Is Readers Digest still around? If so I cant imagine the them being interested in celebrities, young anyway. What exactly is a trusted movie star? In literal terms, does it mean following directions from the director, one who’s popularity insures blockbuster box office earnings for a movie or being a “bankable star” or one who does not get in trouble with the law? for those of us under 70 I don’t know. If there is one person who has lost the “trust” of the people rather suddenly it is Reese Witherspoon, she just lost the support of a lot of fans after her belligerent encounter with the Atlanta police. Kristen Stewart disapproval has been rather consistent and she has no issues with the law or being difficult on set.

  37. Anname says:

    Substitute “likeability” for “trust”, and the poll makes a bit more sense. She has maintained the attitude that it’s ok if people don’t like her, but I think the cheating scandal (with photos that will live forever) has increased her unlikeability so now it is a real problem affecting her career. Before the cheating, it wasn’t such a big problem.

  38. aquarius64 says:

    A lot of people on this thread and others, mostly Kristen fans, are saying Kristen’s “likeability” is no big idea. Well likeability is a driving force for people to decide to see a person in a movie. While some of you say you can separate the personal from the professional, a lot of people can’t and won’t. In general people are not willing to spend $10-$15 to see someone they don’t like. And while some of you are dismissing Reader’s Digest as another version of AARP, it’s the older people that have the disposal income to afford movies, not so much her younger fans, which are plenty. The fans that give Kristen the popcorn buckets and surfboards only award her for her work in Twilight, not anything else. This year’s MTV Movie Awards she lost to a Hobbit in her category. The people who should be concerned about this poll are Kristen, her PR team, and studio heads that may be looking at hiring her. Show business is that, a business. Even studios that make indies want to make a profit, and that depends on the popularity of the star beyond fan base. Likeability = employment.

    • PunkyMomma says:

      Well said, Aquarius64. With family in the industry, I have seen first hand that this business is ALL and ONLY about the money. IF Kristen Stewart has alienated her fan base for whatever reason and cannot fill seats in a theater, she’s not going to work. It’s as simple as that. She was somewhat interesting in indie films as a teenager, but she has failed to mature on so many levels – whether it be her acting skills or her personal growth. Why should I cough up my hard earned dollars for this mediocre talent?

  39. Chutzpah says:

    Whenever I see a Stella ‘creation’ I feel embarrassed for the entire Fashion Industry – does she secretly hate women?!

  40. xxx says:

    We had a hens (/bachelorette) party for my girlfriend and it was all Japanese themed. We got these hilarious sumo suits that are elasticated at the wrists and ankles and then they have little fans that blow air into them and expand them out so that you look like Violet the Blueberry. Kristen’s outfit looks pretty similar. Why is there so much poofiness around her hips and crotch? She must have a mini-fan too.

  41. judyjudy says:

    I like her and all her greasy, slouchy, smugness.

  42. Jag says:

    Have to disagree with you on one point: I don’t watch “her” movies. I watch movies which happen to have her in them. I watched a couple of the first Twilight movies because I was curious (team Jacob) and I will watch the Chris Hemsworth movies at some point, too. When I find out she’s in a movie, I actually look at the storyline and the other cast members to decide whether to see it or not; if too much about her, then it’s a “no see.” lol

  43. Lucky lady says:

    Hey Kris, Remember this?

    “Because I didn’t go to f–king school, I feel I would have had a bit something extra if I had,” she says. “Maybe because my life is so perfect, when I see the other side of life, it just seems like, almost like I want…” Stewart struggles for words. “You can learn so much from bad things. I feel boring. I feel like, Why is everything so easy for me? I can’t wait for something crazy to f–king happen to me. Just life. I want someone to f–k me over! Do you know what I mean?” 5/14/12–king_boyfriend/