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BODY PARTS INSURED



The Stars are doing it, so why shouldn't we do it, too?! Which part of YOUR body would YOU insure, and for how much? Come on, don't be modest!

I'd insure my booty for as much as JLo insured hers, $27 million! :o)


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photosexual
Jun. 15th, 2007 04:55 am (UTC)
Heck, I'd pay 30 million for your booty. I'm sort of a pervert like that.

David Lee Roth reportedly insured his hair to Lloyd's of London, as did Bob Geldof - his eyebrows, before shaving them off in the Pink Floyd movie.

Me? I'd insure my spleen. I don't know why.
playgirl
Jun. 15th, 2007 08:59 pm (UTC)
Oh my! Thank you, Sweety Pie!

So, did Bob Geldof ever get the bucks from his insurance company?

I don't blame you for insuring your spleen! After all, they are good for something, but I have no idea what spleens are good for, aside from forcing us to smile when we say...spleeeen! :o)
photosexual
Jun. 16th, 2007 03:34 am (UTC)
Bob never collected on his insurance - he reportedly got a policy for his brows in case they didn't grow back, or they did so in an unappealing manner - which eyebrows can do but it's rare - and Bob's grew back just fine for his tastes. (Christian Slater in his younger years, with the archy-uneven brows is an example of an unexpected grow-back. He admittedly shaved them off in his youth, and they grew back differently.)

Roth, on the other hand, probably had great timing, since he had a highly publicized massive transplant in the mid/late 80's as his mane thinned.

Incidentally, author Robert Rankin says that the all-time sexiest word to ever be said by a woman is a slow, heavily enunciated pronunciation of the word "plinth". I have to agree. Nonetheless, I began to ponder the mechanical workings of the word "spleen" under the same conditions, and I bet it'd be a fine runner up, if not a direct challenger to the word plinth.

If you ever do a voice post, please say the word 'plinth' for me. Slowly. And muchly enunciated. Thank you.

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