Angelina Jolie Taking Lessons From Octomom!

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Friday, 13 November 2009

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The Next Octomom?

Angelina Jolie has decided to consult with Ocotomom, Nadya Sulemon on how to have several kids at one time.

"I love children", stated the beautiful lady.....Angelina, not Octomom. "This way I can have from 2-8 and get it over with at one time."

"That's not saying I don't enjoy sex with Brad, I mean actually having the children one at a time. But this way I won't have to go running all over the world to adopt, they will all belong to Brad and me."

In response, Brad reportedly stated, "Whoa, eight kids? I don't know. I'll have to shoot a wad there won't I?", he joked.

Pitt says that he wouldn't mind having twins but that he's afraid of "that weirdo Octomom".

"Maybe it's from reading too many Doc Oct in the old Spiderman comics but she comes across as just a teeny bit totally insane!"

Pitt then told several of us there for a quick interview, "I hope Angie is OK. She was pretty messed up after that Billy Bob marriage. You wouldn't believe where I found one of his neck ties. This Octomom lady would give even Billy Bob fits. I gotta go."

"Uhoh", Pitt suddenly stopped, "we got six kids, wasn't that the same number of kids Octomom had before the big litter? I better talk to Angie about this right after this shoot. Fourteen Kids! Hoboy!!"

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