Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Mike in Houston, Aug 28, 2012.
Not much out there for comparison but...
This is almost exactly what I expect Jamie Pressley to look like in a matter of years.
The face doesn't weird me out so much. Jenna Jameson has gradually eased me into accepting that monsters do, in fact, walk among us.
The things that gives me the willies are the liver spots up and down her arm and old lady hands. It's like after the tits, lips, and face work, she ran out of things to fix and said, "Ah, fuck it, gimme a couple of new arms," but the only donor they could find was freshly dead Jewish bubbie and the graverobbers forgot to take the jewelry off.
Also, if you fuck this duck-faced Frankenstein, you'd be the one with intense burning in the genital area.
She has always been a fugly skank.
That is funny as fuck.
She is nasty! Her only saving grace, if we can find one, is maybe that she has stayed in shape as she got old.
AIDS will do that for ya'......Alledgedly
Thankfully she hasn't gone overboard with the plastic surgery.
Didn't she bring her labia into the studio in a pickle jar years back? I remember being more and more disgusted by her with every new appearance. She made Tabitha Stevens look like a classy broad.
I am happy she is alive. Last time i saw her she had cancer in her lymph nodes. Real cancer, not raven alexis cancer. She had a website (of course) about it
she camwhores a lot
Howard took that photo
I remember seeing the Houston 500 or whatever bullshit that was called. It was the first time a porno made me sad. Nothing remotely sexual about it. She looked like an animal that was barely aware of what was happening.
I thought she had pussy cancer or somethin'?
Maybe it was from her labia plasti?
I still remember that show when she was carrying them in a clear container.
"Tragedy struck Houston in June 2008 when she was diagnosed with stage 3 metastatic melanoma, a very aggressive form of cancer that is usually terminal. Houston had surgery in LA in July 2008 and has since been fighting her cancer with the drug Interferon."
"That same month, I was diagnosed with stage III Melanoma Cancer. I was in complete shock, I never had a growth removed or any kind of skin issues. It was in my lymphatic system. In July, I had extensive surgery to remove several lymph nodes in both my right and left arm. I recovered for a month and then in August I was put on a drug [a form of chemo] for an entire month, intravenously, everyday. I now give myself injections at home three times a week for the remaining 11 months. It’s a year of treatment and the percentages of survival are not good… but my attitude is. Everyday I put on my armor when I get up. I will beat this demon, I have beat worse. I know that I am special and God is going to use me to help others. God has something for me that I can’t even imagine."