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The best line I’ve read today

Posted by Lissa on July 2, 2009

A snippet from the (fictional) romance book being written by Sanford (highlighted from the original Ace post):

“Her bosom heaved like a college freshman on dollar beer night.”

I laughed so hard a jelly bean almost came out my nose.

Oh, and what do I think of Sanford?  I pray God it gets less sustained attention than when Brad Pitt hit his mid-life crisis, ’cause I’ve had my fill of the trainwreck called Brangelina.  Seriously though — I know a lot of married couples have problems and liaisons and stuff, but if you’re MIA and you’re a governor, that is a PROBLEM. 

I think he should resign because he unforgivably neglected his job as the governor of South Carolina when he ran off to Argentina and was unreachable for days.  I really, really, really wish he would resign quickly because his selfish o-poor-me-without-my-soul-mate melodrama is disgusting.  It disgraces himself, his wife, his children, his mistress, the position of Governor, the state of South Carolina, the Republican party, and every poor sot unlucky enough be caught within range of ABC without earplugs.

UPDATE: Seems like a good opportunity to link one of my favorite funnies.  My two personal faves?  “She had a deep, throaty, genuine laugh, like that sound a dog makes just before it throws up.”  And “The ballerina rose gracefully en Pointe and extended one slender leg behind her, like a dog at a fire hydrant.”  Enjoy!

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One Response to “The best line I’ve read today”

  1. OrangeNeckInNY said

    Why should he resign when Bill Clinton didn’t?

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