Nadya Suleman was just getting back from Carl’s Jr. with 14 Happy Stars (or not, but man, kid meals are going to cost a small fortune someday soon- that toy better kick ass) when she saw that the paparazzi were waiting. The paparazzi are always waiting. You might say it’s a waiting game.
What? You might.
One of the paps asked her what it’s like to be famous to which she smiled and replied, “I’m not famous. It’s called infamous, which isn’t positive.”
Slow down, Octomom, I disagree.
Hasn’t she seen The Three Amigos?
Dusty Bottoms: What does that mean, in-famous?
Ned Nederlander: Oh, Dusty. In-famous is when you’re MORE than famous. This man El Guapo, he’s not just famous, he’s IN-famous.
Lucky Day: 100,000 pesos to perform with this El Guapo, who’s probably the biggest actor to come out of Mexico!
Dusty Bottoms: Wow, in-famous? In-famous?
See, infamous is awesome-ous. We all have our El Guapos, Nadya. Maybe the paparazzi is yours.