Thursday, April 17, 2014

Miley Stays Losing In Kansas City



Miley Cyrus on the mend is the only reason for the extended stay in Kansas City . . .

Us Magazine: Miley Cyrus Will "Remain Hospitalized," Had "Extreme Allergic Reaction" to Antibiotic

KMBC: Pop star Miley Cyrus remains hospitalized in Kansas City

12 Comments:

Nancy McNoodly, school nurse said...

Researchers are still working in unison with the CDC to find a pussy lotion that will allow Miley to leave her current quarantine.

Anonymous said...

I wonder if she had to give a stool sample.

Anonymous said...

That nasty bug she has up her asshole isn't responding to those powerful ass bug drugs! Maybe a Lysol douche will work better. That's what you get for fucking niggers.

Anonymous said...

I feel sorry for the staff of whatever facility has been blessed with her presence. What a PIA.

Anonymous said...

They best get that girl outta Kansas Fucking City, and now! These idiots will kill her!!

Anonymous said...

Im still paying top $$ for any of her medical waste.

Anonymous said...

If I was her Dr, id climb on top and horse fuck her..oh God, getting a boner thinking about it!!

Anonymous said...

Whats her position on pegging and unsolicited bulk email ?


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Anonymous said...

Tony missed the real story.

TKC Breaking News.

My tipsters have told me that Miley met cum guy on the Plaza. They went to her hotel room where he have her the ol' "In out, In out," in her rear. And of course he came all over her face and tits.

She fell instantly in love with Cum Guy. So their hanging out until Cum Guy gets tired of her, smacks her around a little and dumps her buck naked in the middle of Ray County.

Anonymous said...

6:16 you are such a gentleman. Troll.

Anonymous said...

I'd say the little bitch could probably kick most the guys asses on here.

Anonymous said...

She was at some un-named (cough) mid town hospital and was seen shopping with her mom on the plaza. She is still under medical care.

The biggest problem is she smokes stuff and she has airway issues.