Octomom's ROCKtuplets, the To Do List of Tom Brady, and is Chris Christie Too Fat to be President?
12/13/2012 3:00:00 PM
I could have sworn I put this on the blog already, but maybe not. The children of "Octomom" NADYA SULEMAN released a Christmas song called "I'm Ready for Christmas". And they even have a name: THE ROCTUPLETS. (???)
Nadya actually has 14 kids. Her octuplets are obviously the NUCLEUS of the group. But five of the other six kids are featured on the single. Nadya's son Aidan is the only one who's not involved. Maybe he’s the smart one.
The song is BEYOND ATROCIOUS. Enjoy!
Barbare Walters is getting some flak for asking Chris Christie if he is ‘too fat’ to be President (what do YOU think?).
Well a new poll asked Americans which scenario would make them more unhappy…if their spouse was UNEDUCATED, or if their spouse was OVERWEIGHT. And 60% of Americans said they'd be more upset if their spouse was . . . UNEDUCATED.
Only 24% said they'd be more upset if their spouse was overweight. The other 16% said they couldn't choose or didn't know. Which is WEAK. The people doing this poll NEVER should've let people abstain from answering. "Would you rather?" scenarios only work when there's no third option.
Anyway, the people running the poll say people made it clear they think it would be easier for their husband or wife to lose weight than to go back to school and get smarter.
Congrats to Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen who welcomed a new baby girl a few days ago . . . and of course Tom had a huge game against the Houston Texans on Monday night. What's next for this NFL superstar?
Here is the Celebrity To Do List of Tom Brady.
8:00 A.M.: Wake up from horrible nightmare that my wife's supermodel body remains five pounds overweight.
8:10 A.M.: Skip showering, shaving or brushing teeth . . . since I already woke up perfect.
8:30 A.M.: Wheaties. High-five my photo on box.
9:00 A.M.: Slide on Uggs and still have people respect me.
10:00 A.M.: Cash $20 million check, continue to be the Super Bowl AND MVP favorite, make love to a Brazilian supermodel, then sadly wonder if I'll ever catch a break.
10:15 A.M.: Make coffee. Notice I'm all out of filters. MY LIFE SUCKS!
12:00 P.M.: Lunch. Notice my waiter is Drew Bledsoe. Awkward!
1:30 P.M.: Practice being awesome. Kidding! Don't need to practice what's natural.
2:20 P.M.: Walk by construction site just to cause the workers to question their sexuality.
2:35 P.M.: One-on-one session with Tony Romo. Teach him how to throw to his OWN receivers.
3:15 P.M.: Try to think of someone more awesome than me. Fail.
5:40 P.M.: Yell at Gisele for using my eyeliner again.
9:20 P.M.: Smile. Just to hear the "ding" my teeth make.
11:01 P.M.: Instead of praying to God, let him pray to me. I'm that awesome, people.
We end today’s blog with VERY cool news.
For a while now, there's been talk about stopping advertisers from jacking up the volume on their commercials . . . and now it's finally happening.
Congress recently passed something called the CALM Act, which requires ads to remain within just two decibels of the programming around them.
The rule went into effect last night at midnight. Before now, there were no restrictions keeping advertisers from making loud commercials to try to get your attention.
If you catch any blaring ads, you can report them by calling 1-888-TELL-FCC.