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#276 Post by Humphrey » 18 Apr 2006, 03:55

If anything, usually it is the mother who eats the placenta, as far as I know. Even that is a bit gross, but that he should eat her placenta... Eww.
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#277 Post by kinggrl » 18 Apr 2006, 03:55

Humphrey wrote:If anything, usually it is the mother who eats the placenta, as far as I know. Even that is a bit gross, but that he should eat her placenta... Eww.
See my post above.

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#278 Post by Nunis » 18 Apr 2006, 04:11

Hey, why are you defending him? Tom Cruise is fucking craaaaaaaazy, right?

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#279 Post by kinggrl » 18 Apr 2006, 05:51

Nunis wrote:Hey, why are you defending him? Tom Cruise is fucking craaaaaaaazy, right?
Oh, no no. He's a fucking nutjob. It's just... if we're gonna call him out on being crazy, let's at least point at facts.

Like, how he's giving seminars on birthin' babies.

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#280 Post by Nunis » 18 Apr 2006, 06:31

:lol:

Oh, man, that was too funny.
Batshit Crazy Cruise wrote:And they are remaining silent about the sex of the baby.

"We haven't told anybody," says Cruise. "It's either gonna be a boy or a girl."
Oh, really, cause I thought it was gonna be a three-headed mongoose.

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#281 Post by DrG » 18 Apr 2006, 07:45

Batshit Crazy Cruise wrote:And they are remaining silent about the sex of the baby.

"We haven't told anybody," says Cruise. "It's either gonna be a boy or a girl."
No shit, Sherlock
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Can't open the link that kinggrl posted, so I'll try at home. No doubt it will just piss me off :roll:
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#282 Post by McT » 18 Apr 2006, 08:11

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I don't know nothin' 'bout birthin' babies
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#283 Post by VoteforPedro » 18 Apr 2006, 09:32

I thought he actually seemed normal during his Diane Sawyer interview. Either people REALLY do write a lot of wrong things about him, or he's been brushing up on his acting skills...
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#284 Post by Steel Frog » 18 Apr 2006, 09:53

VoteforPedro wrote:I thought he actually seemed normal during his Diane Sawyer interview. Either people REALLY do write a lot of wrong things about him, or he's been brushing up on his acting skills...
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#285 Post by kinggrl » 18 Apr 2006, 09:54

VoteforPedro wrote:I thought he actually seemed normal during his Diane Sawyer interview. Either people REALLY do write a lot of wrong things about him, or he's been brushing up on his acting skills...
C'mon. There was a clear and distinct difference in his demeanor, voice, and body language from when he was talking about his movie and childhood to when he was talking (lying) about Katie and Scientology.

I was very weird and kinda creepy.

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#286 Post by Batman » 18 Apr 2006, 10:02

kinggrl wrote:I was very weird and kinda creepy.
How are you now?
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#287 Post by Gren » 18 Apr 2006, 10:42

Batman wrote:
kinggrl wrote:I was very weird and kinda creepy.
How are you now?
:lol:

:popcorn: Let the smiting commence
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#288 Post by JJ » 18 Apr 2006, 11:29

Batman wrote:
kinggrl wrote:I was very weird and kinda creepy.
How are you now?
Now she just thinks about baseball.
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#289 Post by kinggrl » 18 Apr 2006, 11:49

Batman wrote:
kinggrl wrote:I was very weird and kinda creepy.
How are you now?
:lol: :lol: :lol:

I am still very weird and kinda creepy.

I am also, apparently, still an idiot.

Let's put it this way: Mr. Cruise and his cruisazy train to nutville was very weird and kinda creepy.

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#290 Post by Jimothy » 18 Apr 2006, 14:01

Tom Cruise is Clinically Insane wrote:The couple haven't decided whether Holmes will give birth in a hospital. "At home, maybe," Cruise says. "We're really going back and forth on that one. But it's gonna be a blast."
Oh, yeah, we all know how fun births are.
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#291 Post by JJ » 18 Apr 2006, 14:09

Jimothy wrote:
Tom Cruise is Clinically Insane wrote:The couple haven't decided whether Holmes will give birth in a hospital. "At home, maybe," Cruise says. "We're really going back and forth on that one. But it's gonna be a blast."
Oh, yeah, we all know how fun births are.
I think he was referring to the amniotic sac.
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#292 Post by JJ » 18 Apr 2006, 14:36

UK Mirror wrote:Cruise, who has two adopted children with ex-wife Nicole Kidman, will not be the first star to make a meal out of his baby's placenta.

Rod Stewart and girlfriend Penny Lancaster took home their baby's placenta, sprinkled it with tee tree oil and buried it in the garden.
Note to Mirror: burying and eating are separate activities.
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#293 Post by Batman » 18 Apr 2006, 14:39

JJ wrote:
UK Mirror wrote:Cruise, who has two adopted children with ex-wife Nicole Kidman, will not be the first star to make a meal out of his baby's placenta.

Rod Stewart and girlfriend Penny Lancaster took home their baby's placenta, sprinkled it with tee tree oil and buried it in the garden.
Note to Mirror: burying and eating are separate activities.
Well that sure explains why that buffet I went to the other day was so depressing.
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#294 Post by JJ » 18 Apr 2006, 14:41

Batman wrote:
JJ wrote:
UK Mirror wrote:Cruise, who has two adopted children with ex-wife Nicole Kidman, will not be the first star to make a meal out of his baby's placenta.

Rod Stewart and girlfriend Penny Lancaster took home their baby's placenta, sprinkled it with tee tree oil and buried it in the garden.
Note to Mirror: burying and eating are separate activities.
Well that sure explains why that buffet I went to the other day was so depressing.
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#295 Post by DrG » 18 Apr 2006, 14:45

JJ wrote:
UK Mirror wrote:Cruise, who has two adopted children with ex-wife Nicole Kidman, will not be the first star to make a meal out of his baby's placenta.

Rod Stewart and girlfriend Penny Lancaster took home their baby's placenta, sprinkled it with tee tree oil and buried it in the garden.
Note to Mirror: burying and eating are separate activities.
That quote pretty much sums up the Daily Mirror. We stopped getting it as it's standards were slipping. So we started to have The Sun delivered :roll:
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#296 Post by JJ » 18 Apr 2006, 14:48

DrG wrote:
JJ wrote:
UK Mirror wrote:Cruise, who has two adopted children with ex-wife Nicole Kidman, will not be the first star to make a meal out of his baby's placenta.

Rod Stewart and girlfriend Penny Lancaster took home their baby's placenta, sprinkled it with tee tree oil and buried it in the garden.
Note to Mirror: burying and eating are separate activities.
That quote pretty much sums up the Daily Mirror. We stopped getting it as it's standards were slipping. So we started to have The Sun delivered :roll:
You wouldn't be the first couple to make a meal out of the Daily Mirror.
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#297 Post by alan smithee » 18 Apr 2006, 16:01

It's such a fine line between stupid and clever.

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#298 Post by JJ » 18 Apr 2006, 16:01

newz wrote:Cruise, Holmes Have Baby Girl Named Suri

By SANDY COHEN, AP Entertainment Writer 9 minutes ago

LOS ANGELES - The Tomkitten has arrived.
Tom Cruise and
Katie Holmes, the high-profile pair dubbed TomKat by the media, had a baby girl Tuesday, said Cruise spokesman Arnold Robinson. The baby, named Suri, weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces and measured 20 inches long, he said.

"Both mother and daughter are doing well," Robinson said in a prepared statement.
"Father is a loon," Robinson continued.

No word on whether the baby had a fringe on top.
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#299 Post by JJ » 18 Apr 2006, 16:03

alan smithee wrote:It has begun.
Now that I think about it, 'Piranha 3' would have been another better name than Suri.
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#300 Post by JJ » 18 Apr 2006, 16:04

JJ wrote:
newz wrote:Cruise, Holmes Have Baby Girl Named Suri

By SANDY COHEN, AP Entertainment Writer 9 minutes ago

LOS ANGELES - The Tomkitten has arrived.
Tom Cruise and
Katie Holmes, the high-profile pair dubbed TomKat by the media, had a baby girl Tuesday, said Cruise spokesman Arnold Robinson. The baby, named Suri, weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces and measured 20 inches long, he said.

"Both mother and daughter are doing well," Robinson said in a prepared statement.
"Father is a loon," Robinson continued.
Other rejected follow-up:

"Placenta not so good," Robinson continued.

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