Courtney Love has written another drunken and high, poorly thought out and executed entry on her official website, this time musing over a range of topics from computer viruses to Buddhism to her weight loss and her former obsession with physical perfection (as seen above). A sample:
i see these pics (the new ones) and something must be wrongw ith me co si know what i wweigh and i still dont feel quite thin enough, im gonn go for tewn more pounds and then ill mainatin at that imd oing weight training and pilates and more tough stuff so ic an tone more, you lose this much weighta nd get saggy skina nd im in no mood for saggy anything thank you very much sdo i need ot firm up and get my butt in shape and tummy and arms, and fdo the heavy lifting – the hardest part the first 50 pounds is over- now i just gotta put the w3ork in to get where i wanna be-= but i m a rockstar and my job isnt to be perfect – in fact he addictiont o the idea opf “perfection” has infested my life in the past and im over it- its never thnk god infected my music but its affected my outeard appearance and self esteem and i need to know that as long a s ido somnething fo rsomeone else every day as longa s my duty ist o make others less miserable in fct helo them to be happy=- by what we call “kosenrufu: ” wich means world peace – and value creation wherever we go( nichiren buddhists) its so important to be of service to others , so very very important for purely selfish reasons- one gets more from the universe the more ones heart is opne and all that stuff.
Clearly one of us has no idea what the word "perfection" means. In fact, one of us isn't even close. I thought it meant something about being super hot. Courtney seems to think it means something about being a terrifying monster. True story: when I opened the picture above, my plants all died and my dogs howled, then crawled under the bed. "C'mon girl, it's okay, the monster can't hurt you sweetie…"