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Kim Kardashian, Say It Isn’t So

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Uh-oh, I just read the breaking, earth-shattering news on my computer – Kim Kardashian and “what’s his name” are filing for divorce. Shock and awe baby! Their four-day romance had restored my faith in quick and inappropriate couplings. I was just going to join a dating service devoted to matching me with retired NBA or NFL stars. Yes siree, I thought an aging, hunched-over 7-foot center or beefy ex-480-pound offensive lineman was just a click away. I’m a realist and know I don’t have a snowball’s chance in hell in snatching a current player when I’m in competition with a crafty, giant-breasted Kardashian. Kim darlin’, maybe next time you should opt for an NHL player as you’ve dated or married your way through football and basketball. And let’s face it, “what’s his name” was way too tall for you. It looked kind of goofy. Reggie Bush was more your size, and I bet you two had a lot in common.

I am so glad I didn’t send a wedding gift as what a waste of money that would have been. I think it’s only appropriate to return gifts from a marriage that lasts less than 73 days don’t you? Although it could take years to return all the presents, but at least that will give Papa Bruce something to do. And btw, “Bruce, please no more plastic surgery and get a new colorist.” I wonder if they’ll split the giant diamond ring in half in the property settlement? Personally I thought it was too big and money better spent feeding a third world country.

Ryan Seacrest said, and after all he is like Walter Cronkite to an entire generation, that Kim didn’t want to live in Minnesota. It’s really hard to wear high heels in the snow which could have been a factor. Rumor has it the soon to be ex-groom was surprised to learn she filed for divorce. Funny, because I wasn’t. He said he’ll do anything to save the marriage. Awwwww, that is so sweet but not happening. Another fairy tale wedding in the toilet. Is “happily ever after” only 72 days long? That does however take the pressure off “til death do us part.”

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5 Responses to this article

gforrest November 2, 2011 Reply

Can you imagine all those girls years from now? Fat and sagging creatures I imagine. Liposuction and surgery can only do so much.

carolbaker November 2, 2011 Reply

I’ve had DATES that lasted longer than this marriage. Please, remind me again, Gail…why is it it that same-sex marriage devalues that “sanctity” thing again?

You’re hysterical. Unlike you though, I did send a gift and damn it anyway, I want that toaster back!!

Most amusing. I guess the Jolly Broke giant wasn’t her cup of tea. Thank god for the sanctity of marriage.

Praise be to Britney Spears.

kay October 31, 2011 Reply

Congratulations, Gail. I just featured your post on the Here Women Talk home page, and I also featured it on the HWT facebook page. A fun post!

kay October 31, 2011 Reply

Gail, you did it again. This is hilarious! Love it!

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