How Very Mommie Dearest Of Her

November 17, 2010 / Posted by:

You know that part in Mommie Dearest when Christina Darling refuses to finish her nasty plate of raw steak, so Joan Crawford keeps putting it in her face for breakfast, lunch and dinner until that gross shit is at the bottom of her stomach? Well, according to UsWeekly Kate Gosselin is keeping Joan’s legacy alive by continuing to shove the sandwiches her kids raise their noses at back into their lunch bags. Joan is taking an ax to a rose bush up in heaven in Kate’s honor!

A source (aka Jon Gosselin needing a quick check for a new pair of Ed Hardy chonies) tells UsWeekly Kate’s chirruns regularly come home with a half-eaten sandwich in their bags from lunch. Instead of throwing it into the trash or feeding it to her old possum hair who lives in a cage in the backyard, Kate repacks the old sandwich the next day. The source went on to say this mess, “The kids are stubborn, so sometimes the little kids have the same half-eaten sandwich in their lunch all week. Some of the little ones cry, and some get angry and fight.

First of all, Kate is way too busy to be making a bunch of mayo and butter sandwiches! She has things to do! She has to growl at her staff of nannies, pick out a new hairstyle to work from the JcPenney salon’s look book circa 1997, and meet with Lucifer to discuss how she’s going to maintain her cunt status. Things to do! Second of all, those kids need to stop being so wasteful and eat the damn sandwich. Just pick the mold off and blow on it a bit. Or they can bully one of their classmates to eat it so that Kate will step off their lives! Oh, wait…..

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