Written by Abel Rodriguez
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Tuesday, 13 April 2010

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Pamela Anderson and her puppies are all doing quite well on Dancing With The Stars.

HOLLYWOOD - Pamela Anderson and her dance partner Damian Whitewood managed to finish in third place out of the remaining nine Dancing With The Stars couples in this weeks edition.

Host Tom Bergeron told Damian that every man in America is jealous of him because he gets to rub up against Pamela's tits, her stomach, and her Velcro triangle.

The Australian Whitewood remarked that he is from Australia and that he has never heard the term Velcro triangle. He was told that Velcro triangle is a euphemism for the wonky wonk, the yum yum, the happy valley, and the snatch.

Damian's eyes lit up. "Oh da snatch, now ya be tookin' me language mate, now I be fookin' catchin' ya driftwood I be."

Whitewood stated that is is very difficult for him during practice to concentrate on his dance moves when Pamela is playing with his diddly dipper and fiddling with his onions.

The couple are certainly a favorite of British judge Len Goodman who has a bloomin' bloody hard time trying to keep his blimey tongue in his limey mouth when Pam is twirling the the twin pups all over the effen dance floor.

To see some never-before-seen photographs of Anderson's brand new surgically enhanced nipples log on to www.pamsnipplessaluteyou.wow

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