This is heavenly funny. It is not Wendy who makes the comment but a lady in the audience and it is one of those moments where you are glad she said it and not you! Classic!
True or not?-Dr.FB
This ish is too funny of Miss Octopussy aka Octomom. Had to share. Watch it. It is so worth it!-Dr.FB
And now, your "WTF???" Post of the Day.
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Thursday, February 26, 2009
by Hollie McKay
You may want to take a shower after reading this.
Vivid Entertainment has offered Nadya "Octomom" Suleman $1 million to star in a pornographic video. Now Tarts has learned the disgusting details of what they want Octomom to do.
They want Suleman, who gave birth to octuplets in January, to have sex in eight different scenes with eight different men.
"The number eight is obviously heavily associated with her so we would like to work with that," Vivid’s CEO Stephen Hirsch told Tarts. "But we would really love just to sit down and talk with her and come up with something she feels comfortable with. We want her to be involved with the whole thing from the plot line to the packaging."
Hirsch says Suleman has received their offer and is considering it. Suleman did not return calls for comment.
"She’s struggling financially and this is a woman who wants to provide for her kids," Hirsch said. "This way she can hold her head high and not be using taxpayers money to support her family."
However, the New York Post's Cindy Adams is reporting that Octomom has been looking at $1 million houses in the Los Angeles area.
So maybe - let's all pray - she doesn't need the money.
UPDATE: Octomom is keeping her clothes on! "Those guys at Vivid video must be nuts!" she told Radaronline.com. " Who wants to see me naked? Maybe in a year when the baby fat goes away." Tarts think she's kidding...?
No word on the working title for the proposed flick for Octomom. That James Bond movie already took the best one. - Dr.FC
Unreal. Unfrickenreal. The doctor who made sure that Nadya Suleman would be a household name with octuplets has done it again!
Dr. Michael Kamrava (bonehead of 2009) transferred seven embryos into a woman who was around 49 years old. This person is 5 months pregnant.
They are concerned about Kamrava's practice and if there should be more regulation over fertility doctors. Hello!
"Historically, we have been very hesitant to regulate anything close to procreation from parents making judgments about how many children they will have and when," said Kirk O. Hanson, ethics professor and executive director of the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University.
"However, that worked under a natural process of fertilization and incubation. There are serious questions about whether it works in an era of scientifically enhanced procreation."
The eggs were donated by a woman in her 20's in the the 49 year old.
For more on this travesty, please go here.
Sigh. This is just some straight bull.-Dr.FB
Here are some highlights lowlights from the NBC Interview:
For seven years beginning in her teens, Nadya Suleman tried to have a baby. She suffered three miscarriages. She tried artificial insemination and fertility drugs, to no avail. By 2000, a back injury and her inability to bear children had sent her into a deep depression, in which she told a psychiatrist that she had suicidal thoughts.
On many days, she did not get out of bed. One doctor asked her what activities she had given up. Her answer: "Everything." That same year, she tried in-vitro fertilization and became pregnant.
"And then," she said, "I just kept going in."
"I just longed for certain connections and attachments with another person that I -- I really lacked, I believe, growing up," Suleman said. "I didn't feel as though, when I was a child, I had much control of my environment. I felt powerless.
And that gave me a sense of predictability. I -- reflecting back on my childhood, I know it wasn't functional. It was pretty -- pretty dysfunctional, and whose isn't?" Suleman didn't elaborate in the portion of the interview released by NBC (more will be broadcast on "Today" on Monday and on "Dateline NBC" on Tuesday). But she said her childhood made her yearn for many children of her own.
"That was always a dream of mine, to have a large family, a huge family," she said.
Hmm. I wonder if it was always a baby's dream to have 13 brothers and sisters and perhaps struggle with life because a mother thought of her dreams and wishes before what is right and better for the children. Just because you can have 14 children, doesn't mean you should have!-Dr.FB
She offers words of wisdom and sage advice, like: "Keep your head up, and do your absolute best for your children."
You know. Like you did with the first six when you decided to have EIGHT MORE! - Dr. FC
From the L.A. Times:
Kate Gosselin on octuplets' birth: People will judge you.
Kate Gosselin has a piece of advice for the Whittier mom who gave birth to octuplets: People will judge you, people will gawk at you, but "keep your head up, and do your absolute best for your children."
Kate is the star of TLC's hit TV show "Jon & Kate Plus 8," which follows the never-boring life with her husband, Jon, and their eight children -- a set of twins and a set of sextuplets.
"I felt like I had octuplets ... I had eight in three years," Kate said. "[The news of the octuplets' birth] caused me to review the feelings and emotions I had when my six were born! So overwhelming!"
The birth of the octuplets to Nadya Suleman, a Whittier woman "who loves children," has raised concerns about the number of embryos implanted and whether the procedure was within medical guidelines.
We asked Kate to reflect on the day-to-day realities that lie ahead for the new mom, the octuplets and their six siblings. (Truth be told, we originally tried to interview the Duggars, who have 18 kids and their own TV show on Discovery, but they declined because, believe it or not, they said they couldn't relate to having eight infants all at the same time.)
Kate answered questions via e-mail from Chicago, where she is doing a book signing for Multiple Blessings: Surviving to Thriving with Twins and Sextuplets.
Q.: What is the new mom experiencing physically? Emotionally?
A.: Right now, the mother is likely exhausted yet grateful that her babies are here and doing well so far! She is probably inundated with offers from people, companies and the media. Her main focus now though is her babies and their health.... Nothing else matters right now. She is feeling overwhelmed and as though she is in a fog. Feelings of helplessness and fear threaten to overtake! We relied on prayer and lots of it!!! We were blessed with all healthy babies and still don't forget that miracle!
Q.: She’s feeling exhaustion, no doubt, but does she even have time to be exhausted with eight new mouths to feed?
A.: She will ignore her exhaustion and will have to for the rest of her life! The babies' health matters most now. But it will be important for her to take care of herself too or she will not be of any use to her children!
Q.: She is said to be planning on breastfeeding. What do you think about that? Is that even possible?
A.: I think by 'breastfeeding' she plans on offering the option to each baby ... but will pump and supplement for all of them. I pumped/breastfed for six months for my six.... Quite a feat! It was the least I could do for my babies! There is literally not enough time to exclusively breastfeed six let alone eight babies.
Q.: What is she likely to be worried about as she contemplates a future with 14 children? (Other than those college payments.)
A.: Right now, the issue is getting through each day, each hour, each minute. Every day will have issues of its own.... She can and will survive!
Q.: What can she do to help her other six children adjust to their new life?
A.: She can get them involved in the care of the babies.... Point out their unique qualities.... And, no joke, help the other kids learn which baby is which. Quite a job! I remember Cara and Mady being frustrated with themselves when they got babies confused at first! It didn't take long!:) Taking time with each child will definitely be a challenge!
Q.: Will she have to be willing to ask for help when she needs it?
A.: There is absolutely no way she will survive without tons of help!!! Period.
Q.: What’s the one piece of advice that you didn't get, that you’d like to pass along to this new mother?
A.: There are no words to describe the overwhelming emotions that will flow from you -- ones you will have to suppress till way later, ones that you think will overtake you. People will want to help, people will want to simply gawk, others will judge you. Through all of this, keep your head up, and do your absolute best for your children.... You'll never regret it.
Q.: What would you do if you had 14 children? Can you imagine it?
A.: I cannot imagine having any more than eight. It would be almost double my workload and even though I am very organized, I could not do it well!
-- Rene Lynch