American Psycho Author Writes Good Books But Makes Terrible Analogies

    April 15, 2011 at 11:00 am

    The cast of Glee

    American Psycho author Bret Easton Ellis does not like the show Glee. Join the club pal. Even though I’ve voiced my opinions before I’ve been a careful in voicing my displeasure. Ellis wanted to make it very clear he doesn’t like watching the show. He needed to use an analogy to prove his point. So he tweeted…

    “I like the idea of Glee but why is it that every time I watch an episode I feel like I’ve stepped into a puddle of HIV?”

    Oy! Calm down man. It’s a crappy show but is that really the nicest way for a best selling author to explain his feelings. A bucket of…I can’t even repeat it, and I’m not easily offended.

    Ellis is no stranger to tweeting some off the wall stuff about current topics. This was his response in November to the youth suicide prevention campaign “It Does Get Better.”

    “Not to bum everyone out, but can we get a reality check here?” he posted. “It gets worse.”

    You might grow up to be a bitter old guy that tweets offensive thoughts about fictional TV shows. Yes, it does get worse.

    American Psycho Author Bret Easton Ellis Likens Glee to a “Puddle of HIV” [E!]

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