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The Bosh Letter To Tara Reid



The Bosh Letter To Tara Reid
Dear Tara:

Because we have your best interests at heart, we wish to warn you about your relationship with rocker Tommy Lee. Nobody beats him as a drummer; but there are people whom he beats. In fact, after he went through the sex tape scandal with his ex-wife Pamela Anderson, he went to jail after he hit her in front of their children. Oh, he hasn't told you about that? The next time he tells you your eyes are like limpid pools, don't flutter them, open them wide! The titles of the albums this guy made with Motley Crue speak for themselves and Tara sweetie, you should listen to what they say; "Too Fast For Love," "Shout At The Devil," "Theater of Pain," "Girls, Girls, Girls." That last is appropriate as an introduction to comments Tommy Lee has just made to Star magazine. "I don't have anything serious going on." See Tara; you think you're falling in love, but his message to the world is "I don't have anything serious going on." Tommy continues by expressing his enthusiasm for the prospect of putting his penis in Victoria's Secret model Adriana Lima's vagina. "Rock that shit man. Ride it." On the one hand, Tara, he didn't say 'Rock that shit man. Ride it.' to Star magazine about you. On the other, would you want him to? (By Scott Rose)


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