Saturday, 2 February 2013


PASSENGER: Stewardess, I do NOT want
to sit beside that little bitch.
KRISTIN: Her name is MADDIE!
PASSENGER: I wasn't referring to the dog.
Kristin Chenoweth has launched a public shaming campaign against American Airlines for giving her a hard time about bringing her emotional support dog onto a plane with her. Although she had all the appropriate paperwork, she says, they scolded and berated her and made her cry. Eventually all was resolved and the mutt was allowed to sit in the people seats, but Kristin later lashed out by tweeting: "@American Airlines: Dallas flight attnt supervisor: Ms Kidwell. Abuse not ok!" 

And I think she wants us to be outraged at how American Airlines treats people who travel with dogs. But all I got out of this was: Kristin Chenoweth has an emotional support dog.That is probably the most nauseating celebrity affectation I've ever heard of. "@Kristin Chenoweth: Your stinky dog sitting beside me on plane? Not ok!"


Editor's note: In case you're wondering wtf an "emotional support dog is, and really, why wouldn't you be, here is the official definition: An emotional support animal (ESA) is a U.S. legal term for an animal which provides therapeutic benefit to its owner through companionship and affection. (Or in other words, a pet. It's just a friggin' pet.)