Wednesday, November 8, 2006

Things to celebrate

Yesterday was an auspicious day in America.

Finally, the long national nightmare of the Britney Spears - Kevin Federline marriage is over.

4 comments:

Dr. Crazy said...

The question is, will Britney move on to Ryan Phillipe and will Kevin move on to Reese Witherspoon? Or perhaps there can be a swap-out with the recently-filed-for-divorce Bobby Brown and Whitney Houston? But then I really think that Britney would be into that Chris Robinson, formerly the hubby of Kate Hudson...

Dr. Virago said...

Dr. C, you're hilarious. And what's even funnier is that when I wrote this silly post-election post, I thought, "I bet Dr. Crazy will be the first to comment on this." Damn, should've bet money that one!

Now, to continue this very serious discussion: Chris Robinson is way too classy for the Brit. and Ryan Phillipe is both too classy and also too ambiguously gay. (Then again, so is K-Fed, but in a very different kind of gay.) But I see a future for a Whit-Brit swap between Bobby and K-Fed.

medieval woman said...

It's funny that you blog this because I think this is the only news that could tie a (potentially) Democrat-controlled Congress!

I'm so glad that sordid scene is over - whoever K-Fed dates/marries/sneezes on next will become instantly pregnant, so we'll have to think about that when considering potential swaps...

Dr. Virago said...

Medieval Woman --

I think this is the only news that could tie a (potentially) Democrat-controlled Congress!

I just thought it was funny that she filed on election day, as if hoping the news would be buried, and I feel it is my *duty* as a blogger and an American to inform the people!

OK, kidding. Actually this post and the joke were also supposed to convey both my glee at a Dem-controlled congress (long, national nightmare over, etc.) and my schadenfreude in re: Brit and K-Fed *and* the spanking the Republicans got. In fact, I think Brit's timing couldn't have been more world historically spot-on! :)

As for the Fed's virility -- hmmm, yes, good point. But surely Whitney has drug-addled her reproductivity, hasn't she?

Man, remember when Whitney was cute and fresh and unironically wholesome? She makes so sad.