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Monday, 28 June 2010

image for Tipper Gore: Al Gore Hurt Me!
"The Seas Are Rising! THE SEAS ARE RISING!!"

Tipper Gore told friends that she can breathe a lot easier now that hubby, Al Gore, is gone.

"Al gained so much weight there at one time, I thought he was going to crush me every month when we had sex", stated Tipper, according to a friend and member of her family.

Tipper told her that she couldn't breathe. That Al always wanted them to be on the floor, and that he must have gotten up to 300 pounds after losing the 2000 election!

"He was so hurt by losing that election that he would just about pound me into the floor. I would be grunting and trying to get him to ease up but his mind was elsewhere."

Tipper then told her friend some of the words that he would say but she had agreed not to reveal them, except the six month period that he called her 'Betty' and insisted she call him 'Al'.

"They weren't exactly words of love. Nor were they dirty. Mostly names and things like 'the seas are rising! Rising! RISING!!"

Tipper has asked her friends if this should come out in court.

Apparently they told her that she should let him know that they might, unless he paid a high price for the divorce settlement!

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Topics: Al Gore, Tipper Gore

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