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Tuesday, May 17, 2005

One Lump Or Two?

Gasp! Kylie Minogue has breast cancer.

She has breasts?!

Imagine if she threw open the doors to her hospital room - the queue would be akin to the one waiting to see the Pope in state. Only more whistles. And nylon. In fact, so much nylon, if there was a Mexican Wave, there's be enough static electricity to read by.


UPDATE

You'd think she's already on her way out, the sheer number of times her hits had popped up on Radio 2 today. Which is unthinkable, of course. She'll live forever.

But we must prepare. If it does all goes tits up (ha!) I'm sure her last wish would be to get a nice pop funeral.

You know, with a decent merchandising stand.
 

9 comments:

DARS LARS said...

Too far this time Binding. Dreading going into town tonight though. Can just imagine the bar staff in the Escape wailing in spanish and clutching their Mantilla's all angst ridden.

Snooze said...

Yikes, poor Kylie.

At least by going back home she will get to avoid the potential disaster you described of her appearing at Glastonbury...

Mr Kenneth said...

It's strange isn't it. We all know about Kylie's bottom, but we don't fame the pop pixie for her wabs. Well now they've been thrust into the spotlight good and proper. Once she's recovered - as of course she will, she's a taff liddle Sheila - this could be the gold hot pants all over again, but tit-wise! PR Genius! You couldn't plan it!

Long may she reign Princess of Pop!

Eden said...

When I first read this part:
"the sheer number of times her hits had popped up on Radio 2 today"
I had to reread. I then said, "Oh! Hits!"

Concrete X said...

Binding - you're a Bad Man.

cyberpete said...

Poor Miss K! Of course once she's recovered like Anastasia did she'll be even more fabulous! Breast cancer will be the new black!

Bob said...

Heard this yesterday and thought ... ah, the blog fodder. Then reconsidered thinking there must be some boundaries. I'm pleased to see that boundaries are for the weak. Thanks for the morning chortle.

Owen Blacker said...

Saw this (days ago and forgot to tell you) and thought of you: www.savekyliesboobs.co.uk

earnest said...

Here's a useful resources on digital infrared thermal imaging worth a look: http://breast-cancer1.com/