Quotables: Amber Heard Tries So Hard to Impress, Si?

7/10/2013 12:00 PM PDT, by Sarah Taylor
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"... Wild has a negative connotation to me. It recalls a Lohantype approach to life. 
My embarking on a journey to question a religious system, to demand or beg for answers, is, in and of itself, wild, but for me, it seems morally and intellectually imperative. I’ve always acted in what I thought was the best way possible."

--Amber Heard on what it means to live a "wild" life, and if a life of sleeping with a legend like Johnny Depp isn't considered "wild," then who really knows what is. ... Oh, wait. No. Amber knows what is -- it's her "embarking on a journey to question a religious system, to demand or beg for answers." That's wild, but don't get too bent out of shape -- it's just Amber being Amber, because that's who she is. She needs these things to stay alive, guys, and they are so, so imperative. 

Real talk? Eyeroll. Major eyeroll. This is what Johnny Depp left Vanessa Paradis for? This? Because man. The 27-year-old Amber Heard is (hopefully) going to look back on these weird, indulgent, canned interview answers and guffaw in a few years. Guffaw, for real. Because laughing just isn't even a good enough word for it. Like how regular old life and crashing on the couch with Johnny and potato chips is so totally pedestrian, "laughing" is, too. And because Amber is embarking on a spiritual journey with whom Johnny Depp is an "imperative," intricate moving part dependent on Amber's intellect and scintillating powers of recollection, these things paired with her eerily-accurate internal compass are sure to result in ... well, you know. Something. 

See? Anybody could throw a whole bunch of big words around in hopes to be taken seriously, but the fact of the matter is that it doesn't always happen that way, friends.  

Oh, and Amber, honey? You aren't famous enough to be throwing Lindsay Lohan under the bus yet, OK?  

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Filed Under:  Amber Heard , Johnny Depp , Quotables
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