Written by Abel Rodriguez
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Saturday, 29 September 2012

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Cameron says she's had a crush on Tom since 1988. (Photo by Rico Chorizo).

LOS ANGELES - The recently divorced Tom Cruise is finally back in the dating scene as evidenced by his recent outing with Cameron Diaz.

The two were seen having a cozy dinner at The Lips of The Dastardly Dragon Diner in West Hollywood.

Cruise and Diaz who are both 40, were sharing a plate of Sweet & Sour Jellyfish with a side of Barbecued Sardine Tenders.

Both looked to be extremely joyous according to their waiter identified as Vigoroso Peppatizzio, 29.

He later informed Bedroom Pillow Talk that Cameron was laughing at all of Tom's jokes including the one about the giant woodpecker and the dysfunctional woodchuck.

Cameron recently told her hair stylist FuFi Fondue that she has had a crush on Tommy ever since they filmed the Salvo Classacotti movie Moby Dick Up The Mississippi River back in 1988.

A spokesperson for Cruise stated that Tom has always been infatuated with Cameron's perky, nubile (blanks) and the way she smacks her lips when eating Cracker Jacks.

Cameron meanwhile makes no secret about the fact that she likes that Tom has stated that he will be voting for President Barack Obama in the November presidential election.

In Other News. The United Nations has just announced that they have finally convinced Puerto Rico to drop their planned October 3, invasion of Scotland.

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