Let me ask the obvious first… What’s wrong with her left eye ? But let’s put the paint job aside, and let’s talk about our topic of interest here : Paris Hilton’s autograph on a Stratocaster.
I mean, who wouldn’t want a guitar with the signature of a person who once said, “I don’t really think, I just walk”? It’s like owning a piece of history, if history was a reality TV show.
It’s not just a guitar. It’s a status symbol. It says, “I have so much money that I can buy a guitar signed by a person who is famous for being famous”. And who wouldn’t want that kind of clout?
Sure, the signature might wear off faster than Paris’s relationships but that just adds to the charm. And let’s be real, if you’re buying a guitar signed by Paris Hilton, you’re not exactly in it for the quality of the instrument.
And you know what else? It must be a conversation starter. You could bring it to parties, and people would be like, “Hey, is that a Paris Hilton signed guitar?” And you could be like, “Yeah, it is. Pretty cool, right?”
And then you could both laugh and talk about how ridiculous it is. Because let’s face it, you never know when you’ll need a guitar to impress someone who doesn’t know anything about guitars.
Just imagine owning a Paris Hilton signed Stratocaster in your guitar collection right next to the Epiphone Airscreamer signed by the very same Paris Hilton. Looks like Paris has a thing for signing guitars !
In the words of the woman who brought us the phrase : “That’s hot!”
Sure, it’s probably overpriced and the signature might wear off within a year. But who cares? It’s the principle of the thing. Embrace the absurdity. And who knows, maybe one day it’ll be worth something. But probably not.