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October 10, 2012


Dan Knowlton Owns More Than 600 Cabbage Patch Kids, Calls Them His Children

(Thanks to queensbee)


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(Har) I hope that he doesn't try claiming them on his income tax too. I can see why he is still single.

he does look truly excitin, don' 'ee?
maybe life on fantasy island is nicce.......

I am shocked he hasn't been snapped up yet. What do these women want anyway? Or do they have a sanity clause?

I see another " Willard " sequel coming up.

You female gender types are always saying you want a man who's sensitive. Well.......?

Yes, we "want a man who's sensitive", Layzeeboy, and one who is sane, Jeff Meyerson. That's not too much to ask, is it?

IS IT ??

*crickets chirping*

It is, isn't it?

hey a woman without a man is like a fish without a bicycle.

So true queensbee. And people wonder why I'm still single. I would also like to point out that there is NO f****** way I would live in a 1000 sq.ft. trailer while a bunch of ugly dolls lived in my 6000 sq. ft. home.

There IS an advantage to dolls, as opposed to real-life kiddos ... dolls don't make as much noise when y'all load 'em with a pitchfork or a front-end skip-loader ... merely sayin' ...

They're only ugly if you're not Roseanne.

It reminds me of the scene in WHILE YOU WERE SLEEPING between Sandra Bullock & her landlord:

Mr. Fusco: You know Joe, Jr. is still single.
Lucy: Shocker.

I'm happy to see these sort of reports. I've gotta figure that nuts like him make me look sane sane-ish by comparison and up my odds.



He looks sane when compared to the couple with 5,000 of those things... so, everything's relative!

And he's got 600 relatives.

Relatively speaking.

Now, is this really much stranger than the hobbies we all have?
Yes, yes it is.

What a prat. Why do people collect this stuff? Except, of course, good stuff like 1:1200 scale 19th century warships, or retro pocket knives, or old Walt Kelly Pogo comics. I mean, that I can understand - that makes sense.

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