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#251 Post by Odd Todd » 06 Apr 2006, 11:02

TVGuide.com wrote:GRIN AND BEAR IT?: Dotson Rader, who interviewed expectant parents Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes for Parade, reveals that "Holmes... seemed dazed, passive and vacant" during the sit-down. "She never stopped smiling... [even] as Cruise described how his father beat him." I'd say the New York Post sums it up best: "Creepy."
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#252 Post by JJ » 06 Apr 2006, 11:05

Odd Todd wrote:
TVGuide.com wrote:GRIN AND BEAR IT?: Dotson Rader, who interviewed expectant parents Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes for Parade, reveals that "Holmes... seemed dazed, passive and vacant" during the sit-down. "She never stopped smiling... [even] as Cruise described how his father beat him." I'd say the New York Post sums it up best: "Creepy."
What's so creepy? The thought of Cruise's dad beating him makes me smile as well.
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#253 Post by kinggrl » 06 Apr 2006, 11:29

The full picture of the "stomach" makes it look like she's carrying a basketball!

http://www.boomspeed.com/allhailme/0406 ... tomach.jpg

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#254 Post by Odd Todd » 06 Apr 2006, 11:35

So I guess this means the king inherited his big head. :roll:

Shes gonna die if shes not allowed to scream pushing that thing out.
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#255 Post by alan smithee » 06 Apr 2006, 11:47

kinggrl wrote:The full picture of the "stomach" makes it look like she's carrying a basketball!

http://www.boomspeed.com/allhailme/0406 ... tomach.jpg
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#256 Post by Nunis » 06 Apr 2006, 14:16

kinggrl wrote:The full picture of the "stomach" makes it look like she's carrying a basketball!
No way that freaky thing is her belly.

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#257 Post by Humphrey » 07 Apr 2006, 03:41

Nunis wrote:
kinggrl wrote:The full picture of the "stomach" makes it look like she's carrying a basketball!
No way that freaky thing is her belly.
The watermelon does not freak me out. The freaky thing is her! Look at her hands! Saruman would be proud of those. And since she has been with Darth Cruise, she seems to have deformed, and grown into some unhinged, sinister half-breed. Every time I look at a picture of her a wave nausea hits me.
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#258 Post by DrG » 07 Apr 2006, 04:29

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kinggrl wrote:The full picture of the "stomach" makes it look like she's carrying a basketball!
No way that freaky thing is her belly.
I know different women carry their bump differently, but it just doesn't look normal. Then again, it is the spawn of Cruise, so the odds are already stacked against it. The top she is wearing makes it look even more bizarre. And she doesn't seem to have gained much weight either.

I wonder if someone will conduct a long-term study of the children of Scientologists, to see if the whole silence thing actually does stop them needing therapy later on in life
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#259 Post by McT » 07 Apr 2006, 05:33

So, birth for a child:

They start in a nice warm, dark place. Then they are pushed through a tunnel, that isn't quite big enough to fit through. The only way to do it is to have your hear squezzed so hard that it deforms. Then you make it through and you are now in a cold room with a spot light in your face.

But it is the yelling while you were still inside that is tramatic. :roll:
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#260 Post by NobodysFool » 07 Apr 2006, 07:29

Her stomach looks normal in these pics:

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The first one's from February...the 2nd, March 18th...
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But those ones kinggrl found look wrong. Maybe she's already given birth and for some bizarre reason they're trying to keep that a secret? Weirdos.
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#261 Post by Buckykatt » 07 Apr 2006, 07:53

I saw some other photos of Katie from that same outing, but taken straight on, and her stomach didn't look nearly so weird---my thought was that one side shot, there was a breeze blowing that had blown up under her shirt, sort of like a full sail?

That said, I wouldn't put anything past Tom, Mayor of CrazyTown....

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#262 Post by McT » 07 Apr 2006, 07:55

NobodysFool wrote:Image
That one looks like she is wearing a Onesie.
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#263 Post by JJ » 07 Apr 2006, 08:17

NobodysFool wrote:Image
Note to prospective moms: if Katie Holmes can't pull this outfit off, it's likely you can't either.
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#264 Post by knarf » 07 Apr 2006, 08:20

JJ wrote:
NobodysFool wrote:Image
Note to prospective moms: if Katie Holmes can't pull this outfit off, it's likely you can't either.
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#265 Post by kinggrl » 12 Apr 2006, 09:17

Tom Cruisazy wrote:He tells the magazine [GQ], "I've always found the 'if it makes me feel better, it's OK' rationale a little suspect. I think it's appalling that people have to live a life of drug addiction when I have personally helped people get off drugs." In the interview, the actor claims he can get someone off heroin in three days through Scientology's detox programs.
3 days, eh?

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#266 Post by VoteforPedro » 12 Apr 2006, 09:50

Does the Scientology Detox Program entail just locking someone in a padded room for 3 days?
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#267 Post by Steel Frog » 12 Apr 2006, 10:19

VoteforPedro wrote:Does the Scientology Detox Program entail just locking someone in a padded room for 3 days?
Maybe it involves the forced viewing of Cocktail and Days of Thunder until the subject loses all desire for life, let alone controlled substances.

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#268 Post by DrG » 12 Apr 2006, 10:43

kinggrl wrote:
Tom Cruisazy wrote:He tells the magazine [GQ], "I've always found the 'if it makes me feel better, it's OK' rationale a little suspect. I think it's appalling that people have to live a life of drug addiction when I have personally helped people get off drugs." In the interview, the actor claims he can get someone off heroin in three days through Scientology's detox programs.
3 days, eh?
Has he actually tried? I think not.

Obviously one of those "well, in theory ..." concepts.

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#269 Post by Odd Todd » 12 Apr 2006, 11:15

I hear it involves extensive spa treatments... they say that they can get you to sweat out that pot you smoked in High School. :roll:
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#270 Post by Toto le Héros » 12 Apr 2006, 13:52

McT wrote:So, birth for a child:

They start in a nice warm, dark place. Then they are pushed through a tunnel, that isn't quite big enough to fit through. The only way to do it is to have your hear squezzed so hard that it deforms. Then you make it through and you are now in a cold room with a spot light in your face.

But it is the yelling while you were still inside that is tramatic. :roll:
And don't forget the fact that you're up for a nice slap on the back if you don't cry at that exact moment...

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#271 Post by DrG » 18 Apr 2006, 02:37

So as more and more details about Tom & Katie emerge, it now appears he has claimed he will eat the placenta.

I know some people do eat the placenta, but to me it's just :yuck:

What's the betting that this baby will arrive about a week before M:I:III opens in cinemas :roll:
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#272 Post by Nunis » 18 Apr 2006, 02:47

DrG wrote:So as more and more details about Tom & Katie emerge, it now appears he has claimed he will eat the placenta.
Yeah, I read that this morning in Metro. It just grossed me out completely.

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#273 Post by Batman » 18 Apr 2006, 03:13

DrG wrote:So as more and more details about Tom & Katie emerge, it now appears he has claimed he will eat the placenta.

I know some people do eat the placenta, but to me it's just :yuck:

What's the betting that this baby will arrive about a week before M:I:III opens in cinemas :roll:
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#274 Post by DrG » 18 Apr 2006, 03:47

Batman wrote:
DrG wrote:So as more and more details about Tom & Katie emerge, it now appears he has claimed he will eat the placenta.

I know some people do eat the placenta, but to me it's just :yuck:

What's the betting that this baby will arrive about a week before M:I:III opens in cinemas :roll:
I once ate a census taker's placenta with some fava beans and a nice chianti.
:lol:

(Seriously though, I can't be the only one around here who thinks this is just a little bit yuck)
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#275 Post by kinggrl » 18 Apr 2006, 03:55

DrG wrote:
Batman wrote:
DrG wrote:So as more and more details about Tom & Katie emerge, it now appears he has claimed he will eat the placenta.

I know some people do eat the placenta, but to me it's just :yuck:

What's the betting that this baby will arrive about a week before M:I:III opens in cinemas :roll:
I once ate a census taker's placenta with some fava beans and a nice chianti.
:lol:

(Seriously though, I can't be the only one around here who thinks this is just a little bit yuck)
Not that I am defending Mr. Cruisazy, but this was a joke he made in a Diane Sawyer interview. He was joking. Poking fun of all the stuff people say about him. I watched the interview. It was slightly weird to see him give a quasi-normal interview, and then shift into creepy-mode when Scientology and certain things about Kate came up.

But, no placenta eating.

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