“Someday far, far, far, far in the future when they’re older, if god willing, I meet somebody. I don’t want anymore kids alone, but I won’t 100 percent say that I’m not going to far in the future get married and want a baby.”
—OctoMom Nadya Suleman when asked during a chaotic interview on “The View” if she wants to have more kids. She also disclosed in the interview that her laugh scares people and how she paid for infertility treatment—by squirreling away money she made working as a psychiatric nurse. Keep reading »
Today is the first birthday for Octomom Nadya Suleman’s octuplets and to celebrate, she’s debuting her new bikini bod (we’re sure it’ll be the babies’ favorite gift!). In an interview with Matt Lauer on “Today” this morning, Octomom claimed her post-baby bod is all-natural and she got it the old-fashioned way: lots of exercise. When asked if she’s had surgery, the trout-lipped mother of 14 quickly replied: “I will not
do that!” In addition to regular exercise, Octomom also credits “good genes” for her ability to snap back into shape after carrying a litter of kids in her belly. I’m sure the help of several nannies doesn’t hurt either. [via MSNBC
] Keep reading »
Well, it’s a new decade and though the apocalypse might be upon us, it hasn’t happened yet. So, take solace in that and the fact that when the time does come, people will probably still be looking to celebrities instead of you. This week, the gang was up to all their usual hijinks and the tabloids were stalking them to make sure every minute detail was captured. And because we love you guys so much, we trolled through those inked pages to pull out the most interesting stories once again. Enjoy! Keep reading »
… Playing with her eight new toys instead of the six old ones. [Jezebel] Keep reading »
You probably remember a couple years ago when Miss South Carolina Teen USA 2007 badly botched her answer to a pageant question and became an overnight internet sensation on YouTube
. Well, the former beauty queen appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” last week poking fun at herself by asking various people to explain where babies come from. Her segment with Octomom after the jump is priceless! Keep reading »
Man, I think Nadya Suleman is really mentally ill. I mean, really mentally ill. I have no idea why her 14 children are still living in her house. After reading all about the Suleman kids in a forthcoming New York Times Magazine article, I feel fine saying her fetishistic breeding of children, plus plopping said children in front of video crews, constitutes child abuse. Yep, child abuse.
But she isn’t the only person we should be upset with; so many others are enabling what Octomom is doing with her kids. From the doctors who put the in-vitro eggs into Suleman to the film crew to the people who buy gossip mags about her kids — they are all contributing to this insane fetishism. The poor kids are the ones who’re suffering!
After the jump, 15 things I learned from the Times article on Octomom so you, too, can lose hope for our culture if this is what constitutes “parenting” these days. Keep reading »