A Global Concern
One royal wedding down, one more to go. I'm referring to the impending nuptials of Jordan and Peter Andre. Not only has Jordan redefined celebrity by several cup sizes, but she's also redefined celebratory patisserie.
You'd think that several good things would come out of this marriage. Peter will put his music career on hold. Jordan will permanently quit her wild partying ways, preferring to curl up on the couch and provide some firm head and neck support for her husband to lean back on while they watch tv. They'd be the picture of marital bliss, the British version of Coco and Ice T:
All things considered, Jordan would become a better woman. WRONG! Marriage has given her all sorts of crazy ideas, like wanting to reduce her breast size. The collective cry of dismay that followed rang out like a shot heard around the world. It even made breaking news in scientific circles.
She's much too young to be passing on the beacon of bustage to Jodie Marsh or Victoria Silvstedt. So what if Victoria made love on a jet ski, Jordan's probably made love TO a jet ski! Without any safety precautions too!
The Sun newspaper has launched a campaign to stop this madness. So far, this campaign has received resounding support from many slavering corners of the earth. The problem is, I don't see any participation from Hong Kong or any other part of Asia for that matter! Have we really become so self-involved that we fail to recognise what's happening in other parts of the world? The Great Wall of China isn't the only manmade structure to be seen from space you know!
To all the readers in Asia, let's throw our petty differences (and our work) aside and take our place in the global community. Send your message of support today! Every five seconds a breast implant gets removed somewhere in the world. What are you going to do about it?