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I sense a great disturbance in the Force,

as if millions of heterosexual men with Maxim subscriptions suddenly cried out in terror, and were suddenly depressed.

It is possible that Anna K. is off the market.

If it's any consolation, you can look for a well-used Britney to re-appear on the market in 6-12 months time. Soon it will be hard to tell the difference between Britney and Tara Reid, who will further confuse matters by co-starring in Showgirls 2: The Cleavage Runs Deep.

Comments

Rube Waddell said…
Anna K? is this 2002? Ahem....

S H A R A P O V A

You're welcome.
darthmoridin said…
Isn't she 17? You can't spell hypocrisy without R U B E W A D D E L L.
Myster said…
I was at Brother Jimmy's on the Upper East Side one Saturday afternoon in October and Tara Reid was there. She glowed. But it could have been the reflection of the neon lights bouncing off the raw-pine walls and hitting her alcohol-soaked Botox-ready skin that gave her that effect.

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