So Octomom, Nadya Suleman, decided this week that she’s hotter than Kate Gosselin. Um, yeah, well…..way to set the bar high for yourself, Nadya. Personally, I would bang Kate over Freakomom. This is all coming from a two hour documentary Octomom: The Incredible Unseen Footage. Incredible? Is that term really nessecary in describing this mess of a person? Jesus. Here is more from Celebuzz.
Clucking at the pictures of Gosselin parading around in a bikini on the beach from earlier this year, Suleman opined, “It’s so staged. She’s doing it to get people to take pictures of her… I feel like it’s cheating [to get a tummy-tuck]. It’s her choice. If she has enough money to fix herself, let her.”
Then Suleman tossed out another dis, declaring, “I have a better shape, though. I’m sorry, no offense to her.”
Apparently tired of attacking Gosselin’s physique, Suleman then went on to find fault with Gosselin’s personality.
“I’m not as attention-seeking [as Gosselin],” Suleman noted.
Ok, even better is this “incredible” story of a skunk…oh, and how she made her mom ride in the trunk of a car. More from the NJ Star Ledger.
The most chilling scene, for me, was when Nadya recounted the story that when was 17, her mother got sprayed by a skunk. Nadya told her the only way she’d ride home in the car with her was if she (her mother) went in the trunk of the car.
Nadya then recounted how she shut the trunk door (although her mother tried to keep it open a crack) then drove crazy so she could make her mother’s ride as uncomfortable as possible. “It was really funny,” she said, “I kept hearing her body roll from side to side.” From the deadness in her expression and in the tone of her voice, you got a terrifying whiff of someone seriously disconnected from human emotion. Until the documentary, I had dismissed claims that she was emotionally disturbed, thinking perhaps she was just a bit eccentric, but seeing her life exposed this way did nothing for her cause.