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Me and Posh: Separated at Birth?

Victoria-beckham-posh-spice-elle Okay, I have to admit - at first glance Victoria Beckham and I would appear to have nothing in common. She's glamorous, rich and famous with three beautiful children and well - I only have two beautiful kids. But then I read some excerpts from her new interview in Elle magazine and I'm starting to feel like it was me laying out on that diving board posing uncomfortably in a zebra-striped romper.

For starters, Vickie (and I feel like I can call her that because seriously I feel we're like this) says this about why she always has that miserable pout plastered on her face:

"The kind of person who's going to stand on the red carpet and love the attention and have the big grin -- I'm just not like that. I want to get in there, do what I've got to do, and get home to my kids." 

This made me thump my perfect, tanned, artificial chest in agreement! People accuse me all the time of looking like a cranky hag when I'm out in public, but truth is it's only because I want to be at home with my children. Granted, I'm usually too busy to pay any attention to them, but you can bet as soon as I walk through that door I'm all smiles.

But I can relate even more when Posh drops this bombshell:

"I have my insecurities."

Of course, I can't help but stare up at her latest Armani ad I have mounted on my wall and nod my head in solidarity:


Because the last time I was climbing up a ladder in my bikini and heels to work on the roof, I felt totally fat compared to the Hooters chick next door who was re-plastering her garage.

Now rumors are spreading that Posh has ruined her chance of snagging a Vogue cover by appearing in competitor Elle, and once again I have to say, "Been there done that!" I feel your pain, Vickie - those snobs wouldn't return my calls after I did that spread for Cat Fancy.

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You are funny in a way that matters. I can't stand these celebrities who try to act as though they are "one of us." Like it REALLY bugs me that she thinks, "Common people are insecure right? So I'll say I'm that. Also, boy oh boy do I love eating lard straight from the bucket and walking around barefoot."

(no offense to anyone to does the lard barefoot thing... I'm on your side)

ms martyr

Why is VB still considered a celebrity? What in the heck has she done lately? What happened to the Spice Girls reunion? Inquiring minds and all that.

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