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F-A-T spells fat, fat, fat.

Wow.  John Gosselin may need to join Kevin Federline on Celebrity Fit Club.  And, by celebrity, you know I mean “celebrity.”

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They’re both fat.  They both cheated.  They were both (well, legally Jon still is) married to bitchy blondes (sorry to put you in the same category as Kate, Brit) who dress poorly and have bad hair and who aren’t the greatest moms and who have been accused of having affairs with people of authority over them (Kate = bodyguard, Britney = manager) and who try to buy their children’s love (candy store shopping sprees and Crooked Houses) and who have alienated their families and who like to parade around in bikinis…

 

PS Boys:  wearing black isn’t helping make you look slimmer.  But, at least it’s not Ed Hardy.

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A Gosselin Spoiler.

Or not so much.  “Breaking News” on people.com:  http://www.people.com/people/article/0,,20286254,00.html?xid=rss-topheadlines.

Surprised?  Relieved?  Glad?

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FIRED!

Oh, US Weekly.  I thought I warned you.  Ok, one week with Jon and Kate on the cover was fine.  I’ll give you two.  At tjon-cheated-kate-bhree I started to get annoyed.  But seven weeks?  SEVEN WEEKS?  I can assure you that no one cares  about this twosome any more (I’m beginning to think, based on their own behaviors and attitudes, that they are over it, too…though not the publicity and, lbh, the cash money that comes with it–and therein, my friends, lies the problem.  But I digress…). 

That poor, stupid, not so naive little Jon supposedly cheated on Kate on her birthday does not tug at my heartstrings (assuming I have any these days).  I don’t think I can continue to enjoy perusing your pages while I lounge at the pool if you are going to continue filling your pages with dribble.  Or at least uninteresting dribble.   You may have gotten your last chance, oh magazine we used to refer to as the Celebrity Bible–it was always the Gospel according to US.   But, that is no longer.

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