Kid Rock and Breasty McVeigh Call it Quits

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It seems celebrities are breaking up all over the place this month.

First, back-up dancer (cause that's what he really is) Kevin Federline got the boot from his blond wife, Britney Spears, on November 7. But at least the couple spent two years trying to make it work.

As of yesterday, Kid Rock got dumped by his platinum-blond wife Pam Anderson after only 4 months of marriage. Records now indicate that both Kid Rock and Pam Anderson filed for divorce seperately, which seems to be a new trend--but 115 days!! What's the point of that? They could have just kept dating and spent A LOT less money in court fees. And didn't they get married in the state of California? Ouch! Pam Anderson doesn't have to make another movie in her life. She just needs to keep getting divorced in California and she'll stay a millionaire forever.

Mind you this is a couple that got married three times in a span of three weeks just to profess their love.

If the the most dysfunctional couple of them all could last 14 years, then what's everybody else's lame excuse?

I guess crack really does work wonders.

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