Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Don't tell me they've nabbed Jamie-Lynn Spears too!!!

...I think Scientology has struck again! I know she's only 15...but that's a good an age as any. We all know that it all starts by flaunting your herpes around!

Update -
Anon714 has spotted an excellent, excellent point. Check out their matching "transponder" earrings.

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I'm already seeing alien-babies coming into the picture. SAVE JAMIE LYNN!

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9 comments:

Kim said...

My question is: if you've got a disgusting growth on your mouth, why would you leave the house, furthermore, why would you go to a red carpet event. Did she think that we wouldn't notice, because we certainly did, and now we all know, that JLS is a littlewhore.

Anonymous said...

I think we can all agree that it's just a matter of time until we see her in slutty clothes pronouncing her love of a gold digging loser. tick tock tick tock

Anonymous said...

Hmmm...do you think she's using those heinous earrings to divert attention from the cold sore? Or is it the other way around and she pasted on a fake cold sore to divert attention from those heinous earrings? One never can tell with the Spears girls.

Interesting that her other earrings match the ones "Kate" is wearing. Maybe that's where they hide the transponders?

L Ron Hubbard said...

Nice pickup on the "other" earrings.

Jack Bennett said...

She probably just ate some bad Clams.

Elisa said...

agreed! are you an ex-scientologist anon 714?
:)
love,
elisa

d mumsie said...

It's too much sun or she has it in her genes. But, she needs to stay away from Children until it heals.

The scenario is all too familiar: You feel a tingling on your lip and a small, hard spot that you can't yet see. Sure enough, in a day or two, red blisters appear on your lip. It's another cold sore, probably happening at a bad time, and there's no way to hide it or make it go away quickly.

Cold sores — also called fever blisters — are quite different from canker sores, a condition people sometimes associate them with. Cold sores are caused by the herpes simplex virus, and they're contagious. Canker sores, which aren't contagious, are ulcers that occur in the soft tissues inside your mouth, places where cold sores don't occur.

Cold sores are common. Though you can't cure or prevent cold sores, you can take steps to reduce their frequency and to limit the duration of an occurrence.


Signs and symptoms of cold sores include:

Small, painful, fluid-filled blisters on a raised, red, painful area of your skin
Pain or tingling, called the prodrome, often precedes the blisters by one to two days
Usual duration of seven to 10 days
Cold sores usually appear on your lips. Occasionally, they occur on your nostrils, chin or fingers. And, although it's unusual, they may occur inside your mouth — but only on your gums or hard palate, which is the roof of your mouth. If the sore appears on other soft tissues inside your mouth, it may be a canker sore, but it's not a cold sore.

Signs and symptoms may not start for as long as 20 days after exposure to the herpes simplex virus, and usually last seven to 10 days. The blisters form, break and ooze. Then a yellow crust forms and finally sloughs off to uncover pinkish skin that heals without a scar.

Certain strains of the herpes virus cause cold sores. Herpes simplex virus type 1 usually causes cold sores. Herpes simplex virus type 2 is usually responsible for genital herpes. However, either type of the virus can cause sores in the facial area or on the genitals. You get cold sores from another person who has an active lesion. Shared eating utensils, razors and towels may spread this infection.

Once you've had an episode of cold sores, the virus lies dormant in the nerve cells in your skin and may emerge again as an active infection at or near the original site. You may experience an itch or heightened sensitivity at the site preceding each attack. Fever, menstruation, stress and exposure to the sun may trigger a recurrence.

matty said...

wow,thanks for the medical breakdown, d mumsie. I always see her with these sores and no doubt it's a little more than a random stress related cold sore. I heard Chris Klein had it really bad so that may explain it.

Rebecca said...

why the heck is katie leaving home looking like that?? it's revolting.