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    Dear Brad Pitt

    By Hasselhoff
    Mar 31, '06 3:33 AM EST

    Dear Brad Pitt,
    From one international celebrity to another, I have a favor to ask you. Could you please come do my project for me? I'm kind of tired and all this rigor is really getting to me. I mean, I'm pretty far along, so if you want to just come out here and finish up some models for me, that would be great. You could crash at my place. I can borrow my friend's air mattress and you could sleep on that. We could watch some Sealab or maybe Fight Club. There is a good Chinese food truck by the gym. I'll buy you dinner. I recommend the Singapore noodles.


    Ciao,
    Robert



     
    • 14 Comments

    • studchitecture

      Why do you hate on Brad Pitt, I think you need to stop whining like a baby and go back to studio.

      Mar 31, 06 3:54 am
      Hasselhoff

      Number one I wasn't hating on Brad Pitt, I was inviting him to come hang out. Number two, it's 4 am here and I just left studio. I was one of 3/80 still there. Number three, shut your face new guy (unless of course you are Brad Pitt, then the invitation is still open).

      Mar 31, 06 4:09 am
      studchitecture

      You should tell Kit to make your models.

      Mar 31, 06 4:33 am
      tsquare

      i know that food truck lol

      Mar 31, 06 5:34 am
      Tom Denney

      I THINK IT WOULD BE COOL TO HAVE BRAD SHOW-UP FOR FINAL REVIEWS AND BE A GUEST CRITIC. I BET HE COULD OFFER AN UN-JADED PERSPECTIVE.

      Mar 31, 06 9:51 am
      liberty bell

      Hasselhoff, Brad wrote a letter once too:

      Dear Frank Gehry

      Mar 31, 06 10:05 am

      He'll wear the architecture sucks T-shirt to the jury.

      Mar 31, 06 10:43 am
      Gen. Notes

      First rule of celebrity studio assistance:

      You don't talk about celebrity studio assistance!

      And if angelina tagged along, that would be one girlfriend i would not mind hanging out in studio, yapping away.

      Mar 31, 06 11:26 am
      adrienne

      maybe we could convince him to come to penn with some cherry blasters...yes yes chinese food and cherry blasters, the perfect late night design combo.

      Mar 31, 06 11:34 am
      Tom Denney

      JUST FOR THE RECORD...I CALLED SHOT-GUN FIRST!

      Mar 31, 06 12:06 pm
      Tom Denney

      OH SHIT....WAIT....THIS IS A SET-UP FOR AN APRIL FOOLS JOKE BET!

      Mar 31, 06 12:55 pm
      Christopher Daniel

      At the end of my undergrad degree we ended up with a studio of 8 guys with 8 girlfriends helping them out for the last week or so. We'd taken over a big studio that the 1st years had cleared out so there was plenty of space to spread out. The girls involved still bitch about all the stuff they had to do. Ollie Bayliss (currently blogging from ETSAB in Barcelona) had his girlfriend making a 1-500 matchstick woodland for about 2 days. I think that was the most flagrant mis-use of a relationship out of a fairly sorry set of examples.

      At the same time, down in the main studio, a lot of people seemed to suddenly have mothers coming to visit. One girl had her mum making 300 1:50 auditorium seats. AND that same mother was bringing in homemade cakes and stuff like that. Somehow she remained very cheery through the whole process and seemed to find it quite a novelty. Another mother flew all the way from Hong Kong to help out. I think she then flew all the way bck again before the final crit.

      I see nothing wrong with the Hoffmeister pleading for aid from Mr Pitt. Just so long as I'm also allowed to ask Natalie Portman to add me to her roster of psychiatric patients when this hellish diploma course is done. I think I'll need my brain re-wired, and I'd rather it was her that did it.

      Mar 31, 06 1:19 pm
      Oliver Bayliss

      the relationship did not last long afterwards!...hmmm, I wonder why!?
      Anyway, I'm sure Angelina would do the same!...

      Apr 2, 06 2:05 pm
      kazee

      it is funny how some things remain the same for archi students all over the world..i'm from india and during my undergrad thesis, i had emplyed my parents, sister, any random friend who was not an archi and happened to be unfortunate enough to visit me during that time and even had convinced a couple of seniors who i had helped when i was a fresher to help me out for the final presentation work... my dad got pretty good at model work and mom became an expert at coloring trees. sis provided fresh home cooked food for all.
      am trying to get together my masters project without that army here now. hopefully the world will still remain the same and i'll b fine on my own. they are all concerned back home..i assured my mom that i can get the computer to color my trees now.
      oh and i remember, my senior had employed his entire family including 75 yr old granny, girlfriend and her parents for his thesis. granny was expert in glass tracing by the end of the ordeal..yep, despite having to change her prescription glasses once she enjoyed the entire circus. she followed his instructions very well.

      Apr 17, 06 4:26 am

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