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Monday, 26 December 2011

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The envelope that Ashton received from Demi showing her in a photo sitting on Santa's lap.

SHERMAN OAKS, California - The star of Two and A Half Men, Ashton Kutcher, is definitely upset enough for two and a half men.

It seems that Kutcher received a Christmas gift from FedEx which he said was actually in one piece but which he absolutely hated.

Ashton, whose had divorce papers served on him by his wife of six years Demi "The Cougar" Moore told his co-star Jon Cryer that Moore had sent him an eight by ten glossy photo of her sitting on the lap of Zac Efron, who at 24, is 25 years younger than the 49-year-old Moore.

The Two and A Half Men star expressed that he did not appreciate Demi Moore's Christmas gift one damn bit. He noted that the photo showed Efron dressed in a Santa Claus suit and Demi was shown wearing a three-piece, red and green, bikini swimsuit that looks like it could easily fit in a standard salt shaker.

He noted that Demi was smiling from ear-to-ear as she sat on Zac's lap with the photo's 'bubble caption' reading, "Oh Santa I've been a good girl, but I can feel that you're being a naughty, jolly, olde, sexy St. Nicky you."

Ashton said that what really made him mad was the fact that Demi signed the photo, Have fun with your gold digging, bah humbug ho, ho, ho's, little fella ;)

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