What: (Exclamation) Asking for information out of disbelief, surprise, or amusement.
What is this fuckery? Jenny McCarthy claims that she has "cured" her son of autism. I don't even want to touch this one.
The actress - who believes the MMR vaccine was to blame for her son's diagnosis - says a strict no wheat-and-dairy-free diet has changed her son from a quiet little boy who used to flail his arms around to a loving six-year-old.
"Before the vaccination, he was huggy, lovey, snuggly," she says in the newest issue of Us Weekly. "Then it was like someone came down and stole him."
"I made a deal with God," she explains. "I said, 'You fix my boy, you show me the way and I'll teach the world how I did it.'"
A former high school classmate who is a pediatrician friended me on facebook, and she has been known to occasionally update her status to the effect that Jenny McCarthy needs to shut her mouth and show her tits or whatnot. Then I have another friend who works with autistic kids who thinks Jenny McCarthy is some kind of savior. I, on the other hand, am a gossip blogger who has no informed opinion on the matter. But you know, I didn't think
you could cure stupid -- otherwise how do you explain George Bush and "American Idol?" At this rate, maybe Jenny McCarthy should start focusing her attention elsewhere. For instance, my boyfriend has Type 1 Diabetes, and you know, they say
it's totally incurable... But maybe he just needs more flax in his diet or some shit. Please, Dr. Ex-Playboy
Model: get on it STAT!
Model at the ELLE Women in Hollywood Tribute last week: