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Madonna Spends My College Loans A Year On Bottled Water

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Remember that Tom Cruise Vs. Oil comment war we had on Ecorazzi last week. Well, now I’m about to start a whole new one with all the crazy Madonna fans.

It’s just been announced that Madonna spends 120,000 dollars a year on….WATER!!!!  Please reread that sentence for the full effect.  Yes mam, The Queen Of Pop (not the drink, the music) spends almost 10,000 dollars a month on special Kabbalah-blessed water for her and her clan.  And what’s the price tag on this special “holy” water? 5 dollars for each small bottle. 

With a couple strokes on the ol’ calculator I figured that Madonna is not only spending way more money than I make a year… on water, but also she is using 24,000 bottles annually.  Yo, Mo, I know you’re thirsty, but you’re killing us here…literally.

Hey, I have an idea: maybe the Scientologists should bottle their own H20 too.  I mean I’m sure spending a million dollars a year on oil works up quite the thirst. Tommy, can you hear me?

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