Tonight there was an open bar and canapes, but six years ago it was panocha.
In two separate headscratchers of press releases detailing a “survey” and a “Huffington Post blog,” Vivid sulks about Nadya Suleman, The One That Got Away.
“Why do you show up to my job and knock the cocks out of my mouth?”
Will she even make Screech-level money?
“The consumer could be the biggest loser” almost made me shit myself.
Out of the goodness of its collective heart, Vivid will buy Suleman’s home for her anonymously and not tell anyone, ever.
“Make new people have to get tested once a month for three months before they get in,” says Tommy Gunn. “Quarantine the rest of California. I haven’t had civilian sex in years.”
The women of “Curvaceous 2” are more like Vargas beauties painted on the noses of WWII planes.
While many people get into porn because they find the idea of it thrilling, the “gun to the head” that compels others is often dire economic need.
Vivid, which has in recent months offered movie deals to Octomom Nadya Suleman, embattled Miss California Carrie Prejean, and “Britain’s Got Talent” star Susan Boyle, today pitched multi-picture deals to freed journalist Roxana Suberi, Preakness winner Rachel Alexandra, and your mother. “We want everyone in America to become a Vivid Girl,” Vivid cofounder Steven Hirsch…
Since I was not there when it happened, I couldn’t see if Steve Hirsch’s tongue was in his cheek or anywhere else when he announced that Vivid had offered “up to” $1 million and a year of health insurance to Octomom Nadya Suleman to appear in a Vivid movie. “We’ve had many single mothers work…
Notable events this week: Whatever your thoughts on Octo-Mom Nadya Suleman, I was struck by how much she sounded like certain porn performers I know when she said that her eventual masters degree would pay for the care and feeding of her 14 kids. In fact, Suleman is being treated worse than a porn star;…