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Tanning Mom Patricia Krentcil would probably be better off just letting things go!
We told you a couple weeks back about her drunken behavior and getting thrown out of her own roast. Well, now she is denying drinking at all!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to see Jimmy Kimmel's HIGHlarious take on the Tanning Mom's ridiculous statement.
Poor Patricia! Get some help, gurl!
What she believes is that the restaurant where it happened is dragging her name through the dirt to garner publicity for themselves.
Here's what she said:
It's a form of expression almost excessively used by angry teens and people in rehab; but sometimes poetry is used to
make us laugh at you define yourself in court!
Lucky for us, Tammy has responded to Melissa's accusation… with a poem!!
In the brilliant piece of writing, Tammy explains that she was standing "20 feet away" from the kids, while taking part in her "bad habit" when her 3-year-old son playfully attacked her. Here's an excerpt from the poem:
"how does one know
that her amazing son
with strong and luscious arms and legs
would try to play
Invisible Monster Tackling Mommy
Well, that explains everything! LOL!
Now we understand how she may have mistakenly burnt her child. However, now we have a new question: WHY A POEM???
Treat yourself to the entire
ridiculous masterfully written poem… AFTER THE JUMP!!
OMG, these guurls!
It appears sober Snooki is just as ridiculous as
drunk regular Snooki!
The knocked up Jersey Shore star and her BFF/co-star JWoww have been walking around Jersey City testing out their parenting skills on a couple of unlucky baby dolls.
We have to admit, we're impressed that the guidettes' plastic mini-mee's are dressed like babies, and not like baby skanks — or worse, outfits that matched THIS!!
[Image via WENN.]
There goes our plan to start a baby haberdashery called Blue Ivy!
Blue Ivy Cater just became the most ridiculously spoiled celeb-u-tot. (Oh, Suri is NOT going to be happy about this!)
Why get the trademark? Is Beyonce's designer mom gonna use her grandchild's name to market some "Single Ladies" inspired onezies?
Here's the crazyass truth: parents got the idea from other people making the attempt to get a trademark on THEIR baby's name! Fashion designer Joseph Mbeh, who submitted an application to trademark “Blue Ivy Carter NYC” — just four days after the baby was born! And he's not the only one.
The trademark office denied Mbeh and other filings saying the name belonged to a “very famous infant” and consumers would be tricked the product would be affiliated with famous tot. Considering she can't talk it's really tough to get her to endorse anything… yet.
Now that her parents are have the trademark we're expecting to see a Blue Ivy line of baby carriages, baby cosmetics, and baby stilettos sometime later this year.
[Image via Ramey Pix.]