Lindsay Lohan is a Thrill Seeker

Funny story written by Buck E Filbert

Sunday, 6 February 2011

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such a dainty thing

Lindsay "Thrill Seeker" Lohan just has to have her fingers in the cookie jar somehow. She's not content with getting a cookie and enjoying it. No, she has to get the cookie when her mother has told her "no more cookies". The cookies she gets without permission are the ones that taste the best to her.

After completing her court mandated drug rehab program Lindsay couldn't just blend in and cause no ripples in the pond. She went into a jewelry store and "accidentally" walked out with a, one of a kind $2500 neckless. Of course all of Lindsay's PR people and handlers are saying it was a mistake and Lindsay didn't know she had the trinket on because it was so light and delicate. It is like wearing air.

Photo's revealed that Lindsay had changed her clothes and people are finding it a little hard to believe that she could shower and change without noticing the neckless around her neck.

Friends are recommending the court order Lindsay to do mandatory bungee jumping and base jumping classes to curb her uncontrollable
need for attention and adrenaline rushes.

One friend said, "Lindsay needs a real rush, she always gets caught doing the stuff she's doing now".

Others speculate that this whole situation with the jewelry is just another sad attempt to stay in the headlines. A sad attempt that has worked once again.

from Sunset and Vine
Buck E Filbert

Somewhere thinkin

"It had long since come to my attention that people of accomplishment rarely sat back and let things happen to them. They went out and happened to things."

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

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