Kimmy Gibbler Better Be The Star Of This Shit

December 5, 2008 / Posted by:

John Stamos must be hard up for a paycheck, because he’s working on a remake of Full House. Candace Cameron Bure, who played DJ Tanner, told OK! Magazine (via SFGate), “John has been working on a semi-remake of Full House. I know it would involve me and Jodie Sweetin. We would revive our characters, but today as young women.”

Fuck DJ. Fuck Stephanie. Fuck them all. This must star Kimmy Gibbler! She was the only reason I watched that oatmeal mess of a show. I always wondered whatever happened to Kimmy and her truly hot clothes.

Part of me thinks Kimmy ran off to DC and got a job in the mail room of the White House. After a few months, she unwittingly becomes President of the United States! Hey, it can happen. Then she brings back the whole gang to be her cabinet members. They can call it Full White House!

Or maybe Kimmy ran away to NYC to become a fashion designer. After many failures, she’s forced to take a job as a day-shift stripper. That’s when she gets addicted to crack. They can call it Full Crack House! The Olsen trolls would fit perfectly into that plot.

P.S. – When I was googling Kimmy Gibbler, I found this on Urban Dictionary:

1.kimmy gibbler: When you refuse to leave after you have a one night stand, even when they ask you nicely.

Last night I met some whore at the bar….we came back to my place and she gave me the Kimmy Gibbler….she fucked the hell out of me and then refused to go home when I asked her nicely.”

HOW RUDE!

Thanks Shanta

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