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Katie Holmes Explains Shocking Photos of Suri Cruise Holding X-Rated Gummies

katie holmes and suri cruise Katie Holmes Explains Shocking Photos of Suri Cruise Holding X Rated Gummies

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Katie Holmes is now explaining the shocking photos we saw last week of 5-year-old Suri Cruise holding X-rated gummy bear candies. During her interview on Ellen, the actress explains the embarrassing event saying she didn’t realize that the gummies were shaped like a certain part of the male anatomy.

“Recently, I took her to get ice cream in New York at this place called Serendipity that we go to all the time. It’s for kids. The clientele is children,” recalls Holmes. “We go in and we are waiting for a table and she grabs some gummies that are boy part gummies. I was horrified.”

Fearing her daughter would get curious and start asking questions about the adult themed gummies, Katie acted quickly and put them back on the shelf.

“She was holding the box and I was like, ‘OK, wow we don’t need that right now,’ ” she tells DeGeneres. “Because I thought if I said put that back and then she’s going to say, ‘What is this?’ And I really didn’t want to have that conversation.”

[Source: E Online]


One Comment

  1. RainbowRay says:

    “P-E-N-I-S”?, that spells “Penis” doesn’t it? What’s wrong with saying it because tha’s what it is, isn’t it? (part of the male anatomy. I say lighten up).

    Also, a child is going to ask you about their bodies and other people’s bodies eventually; what are you going to do and HIDE? They will ask you eventually and as a parent, you should be prepared to tell them at their level. Like I said before, they’ll find out eventually through peers, tv, dvds, books, etc. Why are some parents so uncomfortable talking about this subject when you know theya re going to ask you anyway one day?

    I know what I would tell my children one day (no need to be insecure about sex when telling children; you just have to know how to tell them at their level when they do ask and they will ask one day, no matter where you are or what you’re doing). Parents should be prepared and confident in telling them rather waiting until later.

    In Torontol their have been problems with parents not wanting “sex education” taught in schools and yet at the same time, SOME of these parents are insecure to have the talk wit their own children; I think that’s rediculous, don’t you?

    In my opinion (respect mine and I’ll respect yours), what is wrong with the word “penis” because that’s what it is, right?


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