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Monday, 12 March 2007

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Hotties who want to look like his should contact Tom Brady

Not long ago, NFL quarterback Tom Brady broke up with his long time hot girlfirend (the one that did all of the credit card commercials with him). Then, she announced that she was pregnant with his child. This did not bring them back together.

Brady is now with one of the Victoria's Secret models and it was revealed this weekend that she is also carrying his child.

Yesterday, the following ad appeared in the personals section of the Boston Globe:

Single White Male, late 20's, N.E. Pats Quarterback, seeks disease free Single Hot Females of child bearing age for relationships ending in pregnancy towards establishment of new master race and future NFL dynasty. Children must agree to play only for Michigan in the NCAA and to sign free agent contracts with the Patriots.

As Brady is currently making over $20 million a year to play quarterback for the Patriots and has led them to three Super Bowl victories, his ability to pay for pre-natal care and child support are not in question. Also, since his is consistently voted one of the sexiest singles in America, the looks factor is also there.

Attractive, super model quality women interested in a cheap and superficial relationship ending in pregnancy, stretch marks, and a screaming brat should contact the New England Patriots at 1-800-do the qb.

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