“Jennifer Lawrence’s future plans involve buying a farm & milking goats” links

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Jennifer Lawrence on her future plans: “I want to get a farm I want to be, like, milking goats.” And something about Doritos too, I bet. [Dlisted]
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  1. Yaara says:

    Hey Melania, that makes two of us! Or 63 some odd million of us rather.

  2. Diane says:

    What is it about celebrities and wanting to work on a farm? As someone who grew up on a farm, I have mixed thoughts on this. On the one hand, sure, great. Farms are lovely and I completely understand the urge to have that life (and, as someone who hates Southern California, I completely understand the urge to leave that area).

    But, also, farms are hard. Goats eat everything and escape and piss off your neighbors. Bugs are everywhere. Barns are messy.

    Do they not get it? Or is it some Martha Stewart fantasy? Or, I suppose, they pay people to do all the work in which case they just hang out on their porch and look at the goats? I guess that’s nice.

    • CGF says:

      Farms are nice, except for the part when farmers ship the animals they “love and care for” off to a slaughterhouse to get profit.

      • isabelle says:

        Farm girl here and don’t worry, you don’t become “friends” or “love” the animals you slaughter or go to slaughter. Thats predominately in movies or farms where the animals aren’t slaughter for meat, yes CGF those do exist.Farms in the end are food sources, animal wise and crop wise. No one should expect anything else.

      • CGF says:


        I actually see farmers left and right on facebook proclaiming their love for the animals they sell for meat or take away their babies from to send them to slaughter so they don’t drink their mother’s milk because it’s supposed to be sold to humans… grinding someone’s child into a burger is about the sickest thing I can think of yet farmers who do that say with a straight face that they treat their animals like their own children

      • kimbers says:

        oh God…Major eye roll C!!

    • Marianne says:

      I dont think shes necessarily 100% serious about buying a farm. It could just be a euphemism of sorts about wanting a quiter, simpler life.

      • Sabrine says:

        If she could buy a farm and then stay there without opening her mouth with the latest nonsense that comes out of it, that would be wonderful.

    • escondista says:

      all about the idyllic pastoral fantasy life.

      It’s like women who love to imagine themselves in a 19th century BBC show. Yeah except you’d probably die of disease before age 5 or from childbirth.
      As someone whose labor didn’t go as planned (water broke 24 hours before giving birth), without pitocin and medical assistance I would have died on that bed and my sweet daughter probably would have died too.


    • Lori says:

      I think she grew up on a farm- so she’d know about all that stuff.

    • Nicole says:

      She grew up on a farm and her parents own a camp. So it’s not actually strange for her

    • We have a little farm of sorts at our second home… goats for milk and chickens for eggs, and a bunch of veggies. Even that is a lot of work. But she grew up on a farm, so she knows the life.

    • Milla says:

      It’s cos they don’t wanna be famous and want simple life and they are all ready to be shipped to the farms, but we want them to shine in their overpriced gowns with their overpriced facials and what not. Urgh…

  3. Asherah says:

    It’s just like Marie Antoinette pretending to be a milkmaid and a shepherdess. The bucolic fantasy of a life very different from one’s own.

  4. Ankhel says:

    Good plan, JLaw. You and the goats can fart and snicker at each other all day long. Then, you and your spirit animals sneak off and vandalize some national monument or other in the morning. It will be beautiful, your best life. Do it.

  5. ashleesimpsonsnose says:

    that vanity fair piece on melania was a trip. the part about her ~supposedly~ telling donald “run or don’t run” just so she wouldn’t have to hear him whine for years to come about a chance he never took… sigh

  6. Annika says:

    I’m just her to say I ❤ Shania.

  7. marc kile says:

    Has anyone here tasted goat milk before, does it taste different than cow’s?

  8. machalatastic says:

    she’s from kentucky, so I actually can see her doing and enjoying this.

  9. CharlieBouquet says:

    I know it’s off topic, but since the royal announcement, will this site be just threads about that?

  10. Anare says:

    Watched Jennifer Lawrence interview Kim Kardashian. After a few minutes I questioned my sanity. Most. Inane. Interview. Ever. WTF? JL is so obnoxious she makes KK look normal and reasonable. She thinks she wants to live on a farm? The goats would hate her.

    • mollyC says:

      “JL is so obnoxious she makes KK look normal and reasonable.”


      I watched it for five minutes, can’t agree enough. JLaw is just…I can’t with her. I also believe she flat out is lying about Weinstein, which is an insult to the women who are his victims.