Octomom receives porn offer

Don’t you love the way people get labelled.  I’m sure most of you who haven’t been hibernating for the past few months have heard the story of Nadya Suleman who recently gave birth to octuplets despite the fact that she is a single Mum who already had six children.    I won’t get into ethics here, of the doctor who implanted the embryos, or of the woman who had them, because it somehow doesn’t seem fair to the kids.   It’s not their fault their mother seems a few sheep short in the top paddock.

Now we have reports that Vivid Entertainment have made an offer to her to star in a series of porn films.  This of course has lead to a wealth of amusing comments around the world.

Perez Hilton said that “we already know that the Octopussy’s vagina doubles as a clown car with room to spare”.

On the Huffington Post we are told that OctoMom is used to having multiple people inside her.

Now these may all be cheap shots but I guess that can happen when the world learns the truth.  It’s a very quick fall from grace as the mother of octuplets to a lady who is living on welfare and who in lots of ways has come to epitomise the 15 minute of fame celebrity.   I’m not sure whether she deserves to be reviled, pitied, giggled at, loathed or just plain forgotten.  What I do know is that kids don’t chose their parents and I hope they can escape their mothers stigma.

And what about their father.   There seems to me to be something ethically wrong with not giving him a choice about what happened to those embryos.   Now a bloke has come out saying that he used to date her and that he donated sperm at the time because she told him she had ovarian cancer.  

And apparently the other six kids were also produced through IVF.  Now I would have thought that IVF should be reserved for women who have genuine problems conceiving and again you have to question the ethics of a doctor who would implant eight embryos into someone who already had six kids.  Bloody Hell, I’d question the ethics of the previous four doctors as well.  What were they thinking?

No word yet on whether Nadya will take up the offer of the million dollars but it reminds me of the story about the boy who asks his dad to explain the difference between Hypothetically and Realistically .

One day a boy comes home from school and says, “Dad I need to know the meaning of hypothetically and realistically for school.”

So the father replies, “Go ask your mother if she would sleep with a man for 1 million dollars.”

Off the little boy goes and asks and sure enough she says yes.

His dad says “Ok now go ask your sister if she would sleep with a man for a million dollars”. So he does and like her mother she says yes.”

Now his the father says, “Go and ask your brother.”

When he comes back saying that his brother said that he too would take the million dollars the Dad says  “You see son hypothetically we three millionaires in this house,  realistically we have two whores and a poofta.”

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5 Comments

  1. February 27, 2009 at 4:13 am

    I hadn’t heard this and wow….this is one of those things where life certainly is stranger then fiction…Well written and thought provoking to say the least.Dorothy from grammologygrammology.comRecent blog post: Who’s helping who?

  2. Peter said,

    February 27, 2009 at 4:19 am

    Your joke made me laugh. And it is, somehow, a good conclusion of your post. What did shock me in that issue is that the women has 14 children now. I don’t think that she realises what this will mean. For the kids (more important) and for her (less important).Recent blog post: Memoirs 10: The start of a new life.

  3. Lindasphere said,

    February 27, 2009 at 7:37 am

    That was a very amusing joke. The whole Nadya story is just a very peculiar one indeed. I feel for the children more than anything. I think the mother is simple but not duplicite. Recent blog post: Signage Twaddle

  4. Loz said,

    February 27, 2009 at 8:34 am

    Dorothy – Let’s hope the kids are protectedPeter – It’s an oldie but a goodieLinda – I agree, but surely the medical profession needs to take some responsibility as wellRecent blog post: Not sweating the small stuff

  5. Romany Angel said,

    February 28, 2009 at 7:56 am

    Loved the joke. That was hilarious and right up my alley.Recent blog post: Putting the “fun” into funeral


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