This is not the kind of thing I normally write about, but I couldn’t resist. I’m usually only disgusted how people care about actors and singers following their every action as if it means anything. However, this story captured my attention for a millisecond. Actor Orlando Bloom famous for his role as the Tolkien Elf Legolas has done what millions have only dreamt of. He tried to punch Justin Bieber. Apparently, his swing just missed the little punk, but his sentiments were made clear.
Really, how many have dreamt of punching out the tween idol?
Bloom v. Bieber.
I did not know this but the two men…oh sorry…one man and a little boy with a bunch of tattoos and an attitude, have an ongoing tiff about what else…ladies. You are going to have to go to some tabloid site to follow this stuff, I don’t know what really set it off, but it sounds like Bieber, the boy wonder, said some things about Orlando Bloom’s ex-wife and was maybe even messing around there or something like that and then Legolas was seen with Selena Gomez, Bieber’s girl.
Yes, Orlando is 37 and Selena is 22…I know…but Orlando is a grown up while Bieber still wears floaties at the pool. Why wouldn’t she want to go to dinner with an elf?
So, this whole thing kind of reeks of a high school story. It centers around a couple chicks and two dudes fighting over them. Not worth mentioning other than the fact almost any man I know would love to pop Bieber in the face. No girl needed…just for embarrassing manhood with his existence. Kudos to Orlando.
Anyway, there is nothing more to add to this story other than a standing ovation for Orlando Bloom. Please get some boxing lessons and next time tag that little annoying POS in the nose like Chris Kyle did to Jesse Ventura. Jesse might be the only person more annoying than Bieber.
Good job Orlando. Better luck next time.
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