Liam Hemsworth Says He Would Leave Miley Cyrus For Pamela Anderson

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Thursday, 29 April 2010

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Pam Anderson says that dancing on Dancing With The Stars is sort of like having sex, except with a lot more people.

MILWAUKEE - Liam Hemsworth appearing at the grand opening of the newest Jack-in-The-Box stated that he is a big fan of the dancing reality show Dancing With The Stars.

He was asked who his favorite celebrity dancer is. Without missing a beat Liam said Pam Anderson. After putting his tongue back in his mouth he said that even though Anderson is 42, and he is only 20, he would leave Miley Cyrus in a New York minute in order to be with Pammy baby.

Liam noted that if he had a chance to give up Miley's little bitty titties in order to get a shot at touching, fondling, and sucking the bejeebers out of Pam's mams, it would be no contest.

Hemsworth stressed that all of his remarks were strictly off the record.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: Insert tons and tons of laughter (HERE).]

Liam said that he did want to dispel the rumors circulating throughout the New England states that he attended a slumber party that was put on by Dancing With The Stars Italian judge Bruno Tonioli.

Hemsworth did admit that he did in fact receive an invitation but declined to attend since it fell on the day that he usually washes his car inside and out.

In late breaking sports news. The city of Vancouver, host of the 2010 Winter Olympics, has said that it still has a little over 900,000 "Come On Up To Vancouver" T-shirts that it is selling at a reduced price of 3 cents each.

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