On kissing Madonna: "I didn't know it was going to be that long and everything." Right, if you consider one second to be "long".
On her change in image: "I think I'm still clean living. I mean I don't go home and have orgies or anything like that." But aside from that, everything else is fair game.
On President Bush and the War in Iraq: "Honestly, I think we should just trust our president in every decision that he makes and we should just support that." Translation: "I'm not smart enough to provide a thoughtful argument for or against our president's decisions." Well, not like it matters to begin with.
On possibly taking up residence in London: "It's the one place that I feel completely anonymous. And I just like the way they treasure everything. Everything is very simply done. . .The milkman still comes to the door. And Iike the simplicity of that." Uh, okay.
On what else she watches, in addition to reality TV: "Oh CNN – all the time, all the time." Shut up.
"How did the Cards go 11-5? How did Emmie Smith rush for 1,400 yards? How did Jeff Blake become the No. 3 rated passer in the NFL? You dreamt it, that's how."
But did you SEE the interview? I only saw clips myself, but words do not do justice to how bizarre the how thing was.
First, you've got Tucker Carlson, conservative nerdy guy who actually wears bowties, doing the interview. And of course, he seems to have no idea what the heck he's suppose to do with this. And then you have Britney, who seemed to be going out of her way to come off as much of a blonde airhead bimbo as possible. She was literally smacking her chewing gum throughout the whole interview. And of course giving the "brilliant" answers that you've quoted.
It was just surreal. I was sitting there thinking "This is CNN?". Almost looked like someone's idea of a joke. (I kept waiting for Ashton Kutcher to walk onto the set)
Everything that is wrong in this world can be blamed on Freddie Prinze Jr.
I use exactly one stamp per month outside of the Christmas season...for the city water bill. I was quite pleased to see I managed to get stuck with only one 42 cent stamp. (And yes, it's a Christmas-themed stamp.)