Kris and Bruce Jenner's Marital Yacht Has Hit The Rocks

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Thursday, 21 February 2013

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Bruce says that Dr. Figfaust may have given him a little bit too much botox ointment.

HOLLYWOOD HILLS - The hills are alive with the sound of lawyers positioning themselves in what could be one long, drawn out divorce case.

The storybook coupling of Kris Kardashian-Jenner and husband Bruce Jenner appears to be headed for the Big D.

Bedroom Pillow Talk is reporting that Bruce has finally thrown in the K-towel and told close friends that he has reached the end of his jumping rope and he is through jumping when K-Mama says jump.

Jenner stated that the drinking straw that broke the St. Bernard's back was when Kris appeared on The Tonight Show and told Jay Leno that Bruce is starting to look like a cross between Wayne Newton and Kenny Rogers.

Bruce added that the ironic part of the whole cosmetic surgery mess is that Kris is the one who insisted that he go see noted Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Dr. Guggenheim F. Figfaust and have the half dozen procedures done.

After undergoing the extensive facial work, Bruce confessed to step-daughter Kourtney Kardashian that he has been told that he now looks like Burt Reynolds except with a daintier walk.

He commented that after all of the money, time, and pain that he went through that Kris now says that he is starting to look like the space alien twin of Joan "The Moan" Rivers.

In Other News. Charlie Sheen has stated that his recent date with Britney Spears went so well that he will most definitely be going out with her again and he is confident that he'll hit a homerun.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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