April 15, 2013 by kitcac
That stands for What Would Bros Do?
When they had their first hit, I Owe You Nothing, Matt and Luke Goss were a mere nineteen years old. They are the same age that Justin Bieber is now.
I can’t imagine that any parent would have bought When Will I Be Famous if the Goss brothers had written “We think you would have been a Brosette” in the visitor book of the Anne Frank Museum.
Is Justin Bieber being excused for making such extraordinary remarks because he is young? Because he is famous? Because he is both?
The Anne Frank Museum has been extremely understanding of him, but I think that they probably realise his head is up his own arse.
Justin, my love, read a book, talk to people, try to think about the feelings of others.
You said something very silly that almost belittled the legacy of a young person who made an indelible mark on the world, both in terms of literature and as an example of how grace and light and fun and love can still exist in the face of something terrible.
I don’t think Anne Frank would have been a Belieber.
To quote Anne’s own words:
“That’s what’s become of you: you’re uncharitable, you look supercilious and peevish, people dislike you and all because you won’t listen to advice”.
FYI Justin, supercilious means “contemptuously indifferent and arrogantly superior” and is pronounced as Super Silly Ass.