Now In “Things You Didn’t Need To Know” News: Kristin Cavallari Says Her Husband Is Getting A Vasectomy

March 24, 2016 / Posted by:

In a move that is no doubt making pediatric professionals everywhere let out a giant sigh of relief, Kristin Cavallari recently admitted that she won’t be having any more kids. Well, at least not with her football-playing Dillard’s department store mannequin husband Jay Cutler.

During an interview on SiriusXM’s Conversations with Maria Menounos (via UsWeekly), Kristin sort-of hinted that she and Jay were taking “permanent measures” to prevent another Mayson or Henlee from joining their three children, Camden, Jaxon, and Saylor. When asked if they were thinking of a vasectomy (aka the ball-snip one) or a hysterectomy (aka the “Sayonara, uterus” one), Kristin said the end of their baby-making days would probably come courtesy of the first one. Kristin’s logic is that since she was the one who pushed three of his giant-headed babies out of her body, Jay could pay it forward by letting a doctor cut-ler his vas deferens.

I don’t blame Kristin for not wanting to get a hysterectomy. You’ve got to protect that investment! What if she and Jay get divorced, and a few months later Kristin meets a billionaire with a thing for knocking-up bland blonde anti-vaxxers? That would truly be a gold-digging shame.

No word on how Jay feels about a trip to the snip-snip room. But it sounds like Kristin is pretty set on getting him in there. And it wouldn’t be that hard to trick him into it. According to Kristin, Jay doesn’t eat chemical-filled toxic garbage food anymore. So don’t be surprised if you see Kristin scribbling the words “Free Oreos and Doritos, This Way” on a piece of paper and taping it to the door of a vasectomy clinic.

Pic: Instagram

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