Friday, May 24, 2013

Meet Trent Lancaster from Worst Week Ever


Portrait of Trent Lancaster painted by Liza O'Connor

IP's Investigative Report of Trent Lancaster:


6'
170 lbs

Generally thought to be 
good looking, 
well coiffed, 
clean shaven, 
arrogant, 
spoiled and 
incredibly needy. 

A billionaire.


Even rumpled, notice how expensive his silk shirt looks. 
Not a hair is out of place.



Sometimes you'll glimpse a truly good man in Trent. Carrie often brings out those moments. 



But he was raised without parental love so its much more natural for him to act out and be horrible than to be kind.



As a Lancaster his father taught him the following:


SIT!
QUIET!
LEAVE!

As he got older, he learned more meaningful things:


Grandmother's advise:
NEVER WEAR SOMETHING YOU WOULDN'T WANT TO BE PHOTOGRAPHED IN

A FIRST IMPRESSION IS ONLY MADE ONCE, BUT LASTS A LIFETIME

Lawyer's advice:

NEVER TALK TO THE POLICE WITHOUT YOUR LAWYER


Father's Advice:
A LANCASTER NEVER EXPLAINS ANYTHING

His father also told him daily that he was the worst businessman in existence and he'd drive the business into the ground before the year was out.

On his dying bed, he also made Trent promise never to fire Sam, the driver.

Why does he care about Sam, the driver?

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6 comments:

  1. Hi, Liza. I've nominated you for a Liebster award. http://www.amaleenison.com/?p=2135

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    1. LOL. I'm all too aware of that award. I've been nominated many times. Thank you so kindly for acknowledging my dedication to self promoting.

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  2. Just dropped by to say hi and congrats on the nomination. :-)

    Anna from http://emaginette.wordpress.com/blog/

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    1. Thank you kindly for your accolades upon yet another nomination. They should just give me the award and be done with it!

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  3. Fantastic painting. The poor IP seems to have hit the nail on the head about Trent. ;) Looking forward to reading.

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    1. Thank you for admiring my fractured painting. I did one all smoothed out, but he's not nearly so interesting when smoothed out. Sometimes people need to fracture to be interesting. You should have lots of fun with this one.

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