Britney Spears Invites Hollywood Starlets to Latest Party

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Friday, 18 January 2008

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It's easier and less messy to burp a large mixing bowl in designer colors

Britney Spears is having a party in her home. Little sister Jamie will be there. Paris and Nicole will be there. Lindsay Lohan and Christina Aguilera will be there. All of the Hollywood starlets, royalty, and pop tarts will be there. There will, however, be no drinking, smoking, drugs, or sex at this event.

You see, it's not your regular kind of Hollywood party. Instead, Britney will be hosting a traditional Tupperware party.

Said Spears, "I'm not allowed to see my kids or nothing, so I was kind of missing their noise and smells and screaming. Then someone showed me that you can burp the Tupperware. It makes the same sound as a baby that finished a bottle, but without the spit on your shoulder. It also doesn't mess diapers or puke all over you or spit out the baby food."

"It is also dishwasher safe and can be stored in cabinets and comes in a variety of designer colors. If it breaks, it has a warranty and you don't have to get charged with any kind of abuse or go to court."

"I'm gonna make sure all my friends know that having Tupperware is better than having a baby."

"I wish I knew about this stuff three or four years ago!"

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