This month’s issue of Allure features an interview with Zooey Deschanel, who explains how horrible and difficult things were for her growing up:
She’s become BFFs with A-listers like Nicole Richie and Mindy Kaling, but back in middle school, Zooey Deschanel was tormented by her peers. “Girls spit in my face,” Deschanel tells the February issue of Allure. “People were so mean to me. I’d cry every day.”
The New Girl actress — who attended high school with Jake Gyllenhaal and Kate Hudson — says not much changed during her freshman year at Northwestern University. “I went to Northwestern because I had gone to a really nontraditional high school. I was like, ‘It’d be cool to have a traditional college experience,’” Deschanel, 32, explains. “Then I was like, ‘Oh, but none of these people understand what’s cool about me. My specialness is not appreciated in this place.’”
I’m not entirely sure NICOLE RICHIE and MINDY KALING are “A-listers,” no offense to Nicole Richie or Mindy Kaling, but just saying that right off the bat there is something UP with this article. But as much as I want to feel bad for Zooey Deschanel, it is hard to stay on her side when right after complaining about the miserable time she had in middle school, which, to be fair, I think something’s wrong with you if you DON’T have a miserable time in middle school, but, like, she complains that it was just as tough in college? WAS IT REALLY? Was it really just as bad in college as it was in middle school, Zooey Deschanel? Because people weren’t recognizing your SPECIALNESS? Ack! ACK ACK ACK! She and Charlize Theron should start a support group. And just, like, as a goof, when they have support group meetings they could wear wedding dresses and we could all get triple married but just as, like, a joke, like kind of as a fuck you to the people who bullied them in school, like, hahaha, SEE?! WE’RE TRIPLE MARRIED NOW AND YOU JUST GOT FAT AND SAD. Think about it, girls.