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Courtney Love Admits To Being A Fur Whore

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The greatest thing about reading Courtney Love’s MySpace entries is actually attempting to comprehend her jagged writing. I suppose if you’re wired on something other than life, it makes things easier — but nevertheless, your brain will probably still hurt.

In one of her latest entries, Love gives us a sort of “Best of 2008” shout-out; with one item in particular receiving her undying affection. In her own writing,

“my ancient ERMINE yep im a fur whore, if its 100 years old im fucking into it, sorry peta g tive been very very good for a very very long time, and this ermine is anicent and shettered tatterted and feels like it belonged to a queen, i know , i know maybe ill just stare at it, but f–k off if i wear it, i KNOW what im doing.”

Yea, PETA — lay off! If there’s one person who exudes confidence that “she knows what she’s doing”, it’s Courtney Love. At least she seems to be battling back guilt in terms of wearing the pelt. Perhaps the only positive here is that the fur coat is recycled vintage. (Mental note: It’s New Year’s Eve and I’m attempting to get inside the mind of Courtney Love.)

Eh – Bring on the champagne. And Courtney, donate that coat to PETA and get it off your mind!

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