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Gay pride is one of my favorite days in West Hollywood out of the entire year. I love supporting the gay community and being part of the craziness. This year at SUR however, there was no fun and no crazy. I've never worked a day so slow since I've been at SUR. Even a Tuesday night when it's raining is busier than that day was.
The one thing that was good about it not being so crazy was I got to know Vail a lot better. She and I met many, many years ago and have several mutual friends -- however I hadn't seen her in so long! I've always really liked her. She's such a doll and absolutely gorgeous.
When I saw her sitting down with Stassi I figured I'd come and make sure Stassi wasn't trying to control the new girl. Stassi doesn't work at SUR anymore, yet she's always there, and by herself might I add. It's sad how few friends she has left and pathetic that she actually admits to bossing them around. I just don't understand how these girls could be friends with someone so controlling and who only cares about herself. I guess it's because they don't have a mind of their own.
I'm SO proud of Katie for finally standing up to her. Look, I get that she was trying to be a good friend to Katie and defend her, but the way she talks down to her is just sad. Katie is an amazing girl and she doesn't deserve to be treated like that. Stassi calls her weak and a doormat. I mean what kind of friend says those things about their best friend who's going through a hard time? I guess I will never understand the science of Stassi, and for that I'm thankful she's no longer a part of my life.