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Thursday, 28 October 2010

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Down Syndrome can go undiagnosed for years...

Actress Andrea Fay Friedman, who played Sarah Palin's child in a controversial episode of Family Guy, has just been named 'Hottest Mongoloid' by Down's Syndrome advocacy publication Waterhead Magazine.

Is Mongoloid or Down's Syndrome the Preferred Term?

Who gives a sh-t? what are they gonna do, use their stumpy arms to beat you up?

Seriously, the term 'Mongoloid', or the medical name, 'waterhead', is preferrable to Down's Syndrome victim, just as midgets hate "Shrimp" and nig-nogs hate "African-American".

"Jon Gosselin', 'Kalmuck idiot', 'Tartar', "Ross Kemp' and 'unfinished child' are all also acceptable.

"I am so thappy," we think Andrea said, although who the f--k knows, with her gigantic Mongoloid tongue flopping around in her mouth. "I can't wait until my nude pictorial is shot."

Friedman who, at 40, is living on borrowed time (Mongoloids usually die, or wander out into the street and are run down, by age 4 or 5), but that didn't stop her from shaming everyone with her affliction when playing Corky's girlfriend in the retard minstrel show "Life Goes On".

In the controversial Mongoloid episode Of "Family Guy", in the episode "Extra Large Medium," son Chris was seen dating a girl who is a waterhead. She told him that she has an accountant for a father and a former governor of Alaska for a mother.

This doesn't sit well with some viewers, particularly Palin herself. She had her eldest daughter Bristol --who probably has a touch of the Down's, if her appearance on Dancing With The Stars is any indicator-- speak out.

"The producers of the show are heartless jerks," was the most poignant thing Bristol could think of.

In response, Frieman used her big Mongoloid sausage fingers to type an email response:

"My name is Andrea Fay Friedman. I was born with Down syndrome. I played the role of Ellen on the 'Extra Large Medium' episode of Family Guy that was broadcast on Valentine's Day. Although they gave me red hair on the show, I am really a blonde. I also wore a red wig for my role in 'Smudge' but I was a blonde in 'Life Goes One.'

"But, I digress."

"I guess former Governor Palin does not have a sense of humor. I thought the line 'I am the daughter of the former governor of Alaska' was very funny. I think the word is 'sarcasm.'"

"In my family we think laughing is good. My parents raised me to have a sense of humor and to live a normal life. My mother did not carry me around under her arm like a loaf of French bread the way former Governor Palin carries her son Trig around looking for sympathy and votes." *

Mongoloid fetishists say that Waterhead Magazine, with tens of subscribers, waited too long to bestow this honor.

"From her abnormally small chin and unusually round face, to her epicanthic eyelid fold and single transverse palmar crease, Andrea is 100% hot," said National Down's Syndrome Spokesperson Mena Suvari, who was diagnosed in 2005. "She makes poor muscle tone, congenital heart defects, obstructive sleep apnea, and thyroid dysfunction sexy.

* Not a word of this is made-up. This is her actual email. That f--king french bread line is classic.

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Topics: Down syndrome

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