Things I Want to Blog About But Am Too Exhausted

Freaky Fanning

Things that are reasonable in theory:

-It's inappropriate to mercilessly pick on a 12-year old. It's not nice, and it's not fair. 

-At that age, kids are still just doing what their parents tell them to do, so we can't really fault them for their behavior.

-If anything, eerily creepy, overly articulate 12-year olds who have had the unfortunate handicap of hanging out with Tom Cruise a lot during their formative years should be pitied, not ridiculed.

Unfortunately, that theory crumbles in the face of real-world evidence:
Aahhhhh!  She's so scary!  Enough with the poise, and the paleness, and the white satin, or whatever the hell that is.  Why does a dress like that even come in child size?  Good LORD.  Dakota Fanning, you are single-handedly turning me into a weird, mean, unreasonable child-hater.  And it's gotta stop.


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Kelly Mc

Awww I like Dakota Fanning. I admit, that dress was in poor, scary taste. But pale people have to stick together!


Leave off her. She's ok.


"I have always wanted to act ever since I was a little girl. I would put a blanket under my shirt and pretend that I was pregnant. Then, I would go through childbirth."

"The lesson that I hope everyone will learn when they see the movie is that it doesn't matter what car you drive and what apartment or house you live in, or even what you look like on the outside.It just matters what your heart looks like. [It's about] your ability to love."

"It was really really neat to make the movie because there were mentally challenged actors in the movie. So that was really really cool to work with them and they were always really happy, and they made everybody really happy on the set too."

"I just feel so blessed to be able to [act], because it's unbelievable to work with these great actors that I have worked with and I have all these friends that I've made on sets that I'll have all my life. That's the best part about it."

I'll bet you anything her parents stunted her growth with drugs to preserve her cuteness income. She's probably 17.


Yea Right! I'm with you Lauren, she's not cute. She's disturbing. I bet that she reads your blog, too.


ew she faked childbirth? that's revolting.

kate moss

ew she faked being fat? THAT'S revolting.

This is disturbing

Cute-as-a-button child star Dakota Fanning, who turned 12 in February, is venturing into sexually disturbing territory in a movie being filmed in North Carolina.

The screenplay for "Hounddog" - a dark story of abuse, violence and Elvis Presley adulation in the rural South, written and directed by Deborah Kampmeier - calls for Fanning's character to be raped in one explicit scene and to appear naked or clad only in "underpants" in several other horrifying moments.


She is like, so, whatever.


whats wrong with you? you racist? yes shes pale - she's white and healthy. If she's born white then she should stay white, there's nothing healthy about a tan. Tanning is skin cells in trauma, didn't you see the ads? seriously, in this shallow shitty society a 12 year old girl is probably expected to damage her body to look attractive. Whatever, stop being so stupid. Pale people aren't sick. They were born white and they wont die of skin cancer so go fuck yourself.


Honestly there is nothing creepy about her, in actually you obviously are already a "weird, mean, unreasonable child-hater" and blaming dakota for being herself for it, considerably cheapens your cause if even possible

Anyway wow I bet you are eating your shit now, now that she's a gorgeous bombshell.

I think the world probably responds to her now as Freaky Fanning in reference how freakishly beautiful or talented she is

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