Tumblr of the Week: Suri’s Burn Book

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Suri's Burn Book

We’ve said it before (and we’ll probably say it again) but right now, this is our favorite Tumblr.

Suri’s Burn Book takes so many of our favorite things — Mean Girls attitude, celebrities and snarkiness — and rolls it all into one amazing Tumblr. The titular Suri is, of course, Suri Cruise, the daughter of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes. Tumblr Suri is kind of a jerk — and a surprisingly literate jerk, for a 5-year-old.

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Suri’s Burn Book features photos of celebrities and their children with commentary by Tumblr Suri. And if you haven’t already figured out from the title, Tumblr Suri’s comments are scathing. A brief sample:

Suri on the Beckhams: “People want to believe that Harper Beckham and I are going to be rivals. This could not be further from the truth. I have no qualms with well-dressed, well-mannered young celebrities—it’s the slovenly little miscreants I take offense with. (And if you think I’m going to be jealous of a baby’s wardrobe, let me just remind you that I have invested $100,000 of Tom’s money in my shoe collection.)”

Suri on the Afflecks: “Seraphina Affleck was photographed this week wearing (gasp) a hand-me-down from her sister Violet. I understand the need for even the upper crust of Hollywood society to be frugal these days. But fashion is not the place to skimp!”

Suri on the Jolie-Pitts: “Angelina Jolie is finally paying some attention to those twins she just had to have. Here she is carrying Vivienne and holding Knox’s hand … or is it the other way around? With this family, you never know.”

And that’s just the beginning, because in Tumblr Suri’s world no one is off limits. Though she has a particular hate for Shiloh Pitt, Tumblr Suri will tear into just about anyone (including Tom and Katie). After all, “Just because you don’t have a Ferragamo handbag doesn’t mean you can behave like a child.” (Tumblr)

Megan Gibson is a reporter at TIME. Find her on Twitter at @MeganJGibson. You can also continue the discussion on TIME’s Facebook page and on Twitter at @TIME.