Aww, look at these two! What a normal couple of real human beings just enjoying a meal of spaghetti. You know how you go to a restaurant with your boyfriend or girlfriend and you say “Hi, yes, we would like to share one plate of spaghetti, please”? They’re just like you and your boyfriend or girlfriend! “Hi, sorry, yes, we asked you to sprinkle rose petals on the table three times. I’m not trying to get anyone in trouble or be a pain in the ass, but we’re trying to eat dinner, so it would be great if someone could sprinkle some rose petals on the table.” I know that this is a Lady and the Tramp reference, but you know who doesn’t know that? Courtney Stodden and Doug Hutchinson. “You want us to eat the same strand of pasta until our lips get closer and closer and before we even know what’s happening she’s blowing me in the back of my leased car? That IS romantic!” Do you guys ever worry that Courtney Stodden and Doug Hutchinson love each other TOO much? Like, that their bond is simply TOO strong and that they’re losing sight of their individuality?! That would be the worst. God forbid that these two incredibly special people who each have so much to offer the world on their own start using the royal “we” when they describe their weekend and abandon the things about themselves (lucite heels, a walk-on role on Lost) that made the other fall in love in the first place. Just kidding, that will never happen. They are both way too self-involved and attention-starved to sacrifice their own needs for the sake of their relationship. FEAST YOUR EYES UPON THIS PLATE OF TRUE LOVE! P.S. Pretend this entire post was alliterative, thanks. (Via ONTD.)

Comments (33)
  1. I think I just threw up a little.

    No, wait. A LOT.

  2. That’s fine on Valentine’s Day, but you should see the looks they get when they do the same thing on Father’s Day.

  3. This is just a good picture of the blog sausage getting made.

  4. Nice of them to do this, but all it really does is remind everyone how our own relationships can never be as perfect and pure as theirs. Also, jealousy.

  5. The Lady IS a Tramp? No. The Baby is a Tramp. That is a baby. The Baby and the Tramp. Ugh.

  6. This is seriously nasty as hell. The rose petals on the table add a touch of much needed class, however.

  7. Guys! Stop making fun of Courtney and Doug’s VD.

  8. What’s weird is the spaghetti didn’t go limp until she started eating it.

  9. Everyone else in the restaurant left, I guess.

  10. They appear to have cleared out the entire restaurant.

  11. Say what you will, but I think that’s downright generous of her. I mean, she only gets one spaghetti noodle per dinner, and she chose to share it with him. That’s love, you guys.

  12. Great, now I really want some spaghetti. Thanks!

  13. Lady and the Tramp is apropos because they both have fleas.*

    *Crabs are fleas in this case.

  14. HAPPY VALENTINES DAY EVERYONE (but especially our generation’s Richard Burton and Liz Taylor up there)

    • But no happy valentines to facebook connect. Facebook connect, go sit alone in a corner and cry into your chalky heart message candies.

      • I love that the majority of comments you’ve made using Facebook connect have been on articles about Courtney Stodden. I don’t know what it is, but that definitely means something.

        • I think it means that I am one classy broad.

          At least, that is what I tell myself in the mirror every morning, before listening to my Courtney Stodden mix tape to pump me up for the day.

  15. And now here’s the part where I ruin your day and make you imagine, using the power of words, the two of them having human sexual intercourse.


  16. I have tried not to be judgmental about these two, but I fucking hate people who won’t leave when the restaurant has clearly closed. GO HOME, ASSHOLES!

  17. Pictures like this make me remember why I am celebrating Anna Howard Shaw day today.

  18. There’s an inverse relationship between how gross this picture is and how awesome the comments are. especially Gabe’s write-up.

    happy valentine’s day everybody! God bless us, every one.

  19. Hey guys, isn’t auto-correct the worst? On your phones, right? Oh my gosh. For instance, About 6 years ago I meant to write “Happy Valentine’s Day,” and my phone auto-corrected it to “Happy Takeotine’s Day.” ‘TAKE-O-TINE?!’ What the what??? That’s not a word!

    Anyway, I call it “Take-O-Tine Day” now.

  20. Doug is imagining that’s her umbilical cord.

  21. Can someone who understands how photography/photoshop works explain to me why her arm looks like a twisted, tiny little lizard arm? Is that the angle, or did someone go overboard with the photoshopping? Either way, it is upsetting (well, more upsetting than usual).

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