Earlier today I saw a lovely video from a Hollins senior who would like Mila Kunis to be her date to her very last school dance. At first I was all like, “Mila has to go! This girl asked so nicely.” But now, after a few hours of careful consideration, I’ve changed my mind.
It’s a slippery slope for Mila Kunis to start saying yes to every invite that comes her way. Mostly because she can’t. It’s physically impossible for her to accompany everyone who asks her to be their dance date or their wedding date or their ball date or their cotillion date or their Bar Mitzvah date or their weekly New Girl viewing party date. Which means that she’ll have to start saying no at some point. To who will she say no to first? Probably me. Because my video invite will entail me inviting her to switch bodies Freaky Friday style. Permanently.
You know what happens when a celebrity says no to someone who asked via viral video? People start uprisings. How do you think Occupy Wall Street started? Zac Efron turned down a prom invite. That’s a true story. You can go ask Jeeves if you don’t believe me. I assure you it doesn’t take long to get people on the celebrity-hating-bandwagon. All Anne Hathaway had to do was win a few awards and smile a few times before the entire world turned against her and gave birth to the 2013 Hathahater Movement. A movement that will go down in history books as being slightly irrational, but completely understandable.
I refuse to let this happen to Mila Kunis. I refuse to let her be labeled as anything but smart and witty and talented and beautiful. And if that means that we all have to accept that she’s not going on date with us normals, so be it. That’s fine. It’s all fun, games and school dances until she says no for the first time.
So sorry Kirsten Bledsoe, as awesome of a date as Mila Kunis would be, it’s too dangerous for her to go with you. I’m sure you understand.
(Video via Buzzfeed)