Pamela Anderson's Next Husband

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Monday, 15 September 2008

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Pam's Next One

The Canadian publication Gobs of Gossip Gazette has reported in their upcoming October issue that Pamela Anderson-Lee-Ritchie-Salomon wants to walk down the wedding aisle one more time.

Pam whose three husbands have all been musicians (Tommy Lee of Motley Crue, Robert J. Ritchie aka Kid Rock, and Rick Salomon of Poison) revealed that she has had it up to her (expletive deleted) with musicians.

She told Charleen Blasingame (a part-time waitress at LA's The Whole Enchilada Emporium Restaurant) that back in May she sat down at a Starbucks in Mexicali, Mexico and made a list of men that she would like to be married to. The initial list of possible grooms numbered 1,371. Pam said that in August she narrowed it down to 1,102. And on Wednesday, September 3, Pammy narrowed it down to 2.

She said that her first choice is the ex-governor of Arkansas, Mike Huckabee, 53, and her second choice is 1950's singing sensation Paul Anka, 67.

When a spokesman for Gobs of Gossip Gazette informed Ms. Anderson that both Huckabee and Anka are already married, Pam reportedly expressed extreme disappointment and replied that she would go home and log onto her computer and find out who #3 on her list was.

Also in the October issue of GGG are articles entitled "Sarah Palin's Favorite Caribou Recipes," "Joe Biden's All-Time Top-Ten Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young Songs," and Condoleezza Rice's "The 35 Prettiest Hamburger Restaurants in My Home State of Alabama." The issue will hit newsstands this Thursday.

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

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