The magazine you know you'd read

Filed under: Bump Watch, Celeb Kids, Playground Bureau, Media

Stefania Butler is our resident celebrity pregnancy news guru, and judging by the Google hits and volume of comments on those posts, celebrity uteruses are interesting to a whole lot of people.

Which is why I'm sure a lot of you would be at least a little bit tempted to buy this magazine on impulse at the grocery store check out. Uterus Weekly, created by a panopticist, is the renamed US Weekly focusing soley on celebrity uteruses.

Headlines like; GWYNETH Status: Deflating! And: JENNIFER Status: Empty!

Publishing world? This really isn't all that far-fetched, I have the site meter stats to prove it. [Link via DaddyTypes]
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