The meds are working! FINALLY!! So happy what a hug weight off my shoulders. I cant tell you how rough it was for awhile butt hings are looking up punkers!! I shoud be back o your television screens in no time! I miss you terribly and want to thank everyone ho showed support and love during this hard time. I truly appreciate it from the bottom of my heart. I OVE YA!!!! So much to tell you but its a surprize!!!!!!! Drop a line again super soon promise xoxoxoxooox post song mia - paper planes
Originally posted by JimBob SkeeterSo, how heavy is a hug weight?
Ashley's pretty small and doesn't look like much of a squeezer, so I'm going to say not too much.
They need to find a way to run an angle where they bring back Ashley, let Brooke Hogan fulfill her destiny to work for Vince, and just let them be batshit crazy. It might have nothing to do with wrestling, but I suspect I would be entertained.
Again, I'm probably being a skeptical prick here, but something's fishy about all this. Her daughter (oops, I forgot, she changed it to 'a certain family member') gets really sick, enough to have her quit wrestling while in the midst of an escort scandal. Then, after the news of the scandal dies down, she says her family member has recovered from this DEVESATING illness (which she has never even named or described) in a couple of weeks.
Now, like I said in the other thread, if it's for real, then I apologize and hope for the best for her and her family. But I got to say, it sure as hell doesn't sound real to me. On the plus side, she at least she didn't sign it 'Dirty Dirty', but I have no idea why she wants to "OVE" us. Is that slang for wanting to bake us in a oven?
The best thing about that letter... if you look closely, she can't even get the hugs and kisses pattern correct.
Her typing is the pattern of someone who knows how to type, but is doing it too quickly and lazily to care that they're doing it wrong. I don't think hunt and peck typers make mistakes like "butt hings".
I just thought that was interesting. I can't really imagine her as a secretary typing away.
"But it's my birthday!!" How many times did Nattie say that? What is with this younger generation of women constantly announcing when it's their birthday and expecting the world to stop and bow to them?