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Octomom Tells Oprah She Can't Pay Mortgage: Goes To Disneyland To Relieve Stress About Finances


We all remember the story of Nadya Suleman, the poor, underprivileged woman who decided to build her own country. Sure, she had no money and was about to lose her home, "but dammit, kids are cute and mom and dad love kids. They won't mind if I build a society and make them take care of it." But as it turns out, colonization is a bit pricey. The Octomom is having some financial difficulty and she desperately needs your help.

For only the cost of one cup of coffee per day, each of her children can ride Space Mountain and have one of those delicious-looking roast turkey legs that I've always wanted but never had.  

Immediately after appearing on Oprah and expressing her deep concern that she couldn't pay her mortgage, Octomom took an elder Prince of Octavia to Disneyland.

In her defense, she was probably just checking out a place large enough for them to move into. Probably what she meant when she said she couldn't pay the mortgage. The rent on that place must be ridiculous. I'm no realtor, but it has to be well over $1,000.00 a month, you can be certain of that.


I weep for this woman... 's children. If I had to handpick someone who should not have kids, it's the Octavian Queen, for sure. Fallopia? That's it. I can't believe I forgot her name. I am so bad at this. 

The queen has taken a lot of heat about being selfish, but she claims that's not the case at all... while her mother and father support her family, her father having to return to Iraq as a translator so her children can eat. And I'm not sure why people are giving her a hard time. As we all know, wanting something means getting it, no matter who else pays for it.

For example, I want a spider monkey. Let's forget for a moment that I can't care for it, comfortably house it and will pretty much need everyone else to look after it for me. I think you're missing the point here: I want to cuddle with something furry and cute. I'm lonely. Little Fredo will adapt (that's his name). Sure, it's not ideal and he'll have to sleep in my drawer and eat canned chili every day, but I want him very much. I'm not asking anyone to go to Iraq so I can have him, but if that's what it's going to take, I'll expect one of you to step-up. Selfishness is unattractive. Remember that.

Great. I'm glad we had this talk. Now, I'll spend what little money I do have on a monkey hunter and in a few short months and a little red tape cutting, I should have my mini-monkey. Fredo will be so excited. Probably not, but whatever!! Cute and furry monkey for me! Woo hoo!  


See? Totally worth you going to Iraq so I can have one. Check back for updates. We will... I mean, you will probably be drawing straws or picking numbers to see who goes. I don't know yet. Maybe one of those jelly bean jar contests! Those are fun!  Anyway, it may not be necessary for anyone to go. I'll do what I can, but no promises. Just don't get comfortable.


MayoPie writes nonsense all of the time on his blog.

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Everything about this deranged woman drives me crazy. How does she still have custody of her herd?


You realize you just unleashed a new name into mainstream? Oh the suffering to come for all the Fallopia's to be born! Poor little things.


You hit the nail on the head for what's wrong in the world. Who cares who suffers as long as I get what I WANT!


Hey, you're not being selfish at all. Now, if you were to ask for 8 spider monkeys then that would be a tad OTT.

mrs chaos

You should really look into getting one of those roast turkey legs. They are actually quite delicious. It also might make you forget about train wrecks like Falopia.

Apryl's Antics

Isn't one of the 8 kids named Fallopia? If not, you should name your spider monkey Fallopia and not Fredo. Fredo was a rat. Anyone who watched "The Godfather" as much as we did as kids should know that.


Mayopie! that is priceless on Octo, and sums her reasoning up better than any one else.!


I totally agree with your post. I happened to be home when her Oprah episode aired. I flipped that channel fast just in case whoever counts ratings happened to look just then. The woman suffers the delusion she is famous. Why reinforce it?

I keep looking at the top picture and wondering what is the point? If your children are covered in blankets why bother to take them all outside? If you have help with your herd, why take them all outside together? Why not take a handful, like the number that you can handle, and take them for a little time on their own?

The woman is a crazy nut. Her poor parents. They must have had a lot of "we shouldn't have given her the spider monkey" conversations.

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