Let’s go to Starbucks, Suri’s buying!

 

"I got this."

Kids these days–they grow up so fast.  Little Suri Cruise was hanging out in Vancouver with her nanny and bodyguard when she decided to treat them to some Starbucks. I’m not kidding. The 4-year-old paid for not only her small order, but for the drinks of her caretakers.

"So I says to Sedaris, I says..."

Then Suri sat around talking about how the new TV On The Radio single isn’t as good as “Dancing Choose“,  and how she thought Black Swan was overrated.

Oh my GOD, this little…person.  She totally would go to Starbucks, because Tim Horton’s is so passe`. Earlier that day she visited a library with her dad, probably checked out the new latest David Sedaris book , then had dinner with him at Joe Fortes Steakhouse.

That (faux, she asked for a real mink one) fur coat she’s wearing is by French kid’s clothing company Eliane et Lena. The coat costs about $170 US.

Barf.

Stinky feet and scabby knees.

[Editor's Note to be read in Brody's voice from the classic Mallrats: That KID is not wearing tights or SOCKS again! I can smell the stink from here!]



Gotdammit. I totally hijacked Brittani’s post. Sorry. You know how I feel about this child.  ~  DivaJulia

6 Responses to Let’s go to Starbucks, Suri’s buying!

  1. Brittani says:

    Ahaha I haven’t seen Mallrats in forever. Suri would never be caught dead in a mall though. Only boutique’s for her.

    • Diva Julia says:

      It was only Brody’s tone of voice that I want in the blog. You know, “THAT KIIIID is out in ice-cold weather with bare legs and those SAME shoes…SOME PARENT–I don’t care which one..” awww, you get the idea.

      EPIC post, BB!! <3

  2. SusanH4700 says:

    I taught Hunter to fear the escalator.

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  4. don says:

    kids feet do not stink. They don’t have those type of sweat glands yet.

    • Diva Julia says:

      You’re kidding, right? Okay…their SHOES stink after being BAREFOOT (i.e. without socks) all day long….or even for short periods of time. Don’t question whether I know this for a fact. Two kids and one grandchild. It happens.