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Um, yeah

This will end well.

Shouldn't there be a fund set up for the children of douchebag celebrity parents? Someplace nice and quiet in the country where they could grow up and be normal?

Edit: link above was about one or the other of the Spears kids/pregnancies. Yahoo got so sick of the story that the link broke and it was so long ago we cannot even remember exactly what it was about, so we can't go find a similar linky for you.

The moral of the story is gossip about celebrities is ultimately depressing.  We wish it not upon anyone.


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