I’d like to briefly follow-up on my post from last week about the Human Barbie injecting her 16-year-old daughter with BOTOX. There have been some interesting new developments in this story.
Apparently, Sarah Burge, a.k.a. the Human Barbie, has an alter ego. By day, she is the walking poster girl for plastic surgery, having spent more than $750,000 on plastic surgery procedures. By night, she assumes the identity of Madame Pink, sex party organizer/high class whore. For $750 an hour, she claims she will be “whatever you want me to be,” guaranteeing satisfaction.
Madame Pink/Human Barbie also organizes sex parties around the world. Currently, she has thrown parties in London, Italy, and Spain. The next one will be in Thailand. The cost is more than $1,000 per person a night. These parties are open to couples and singles who want to “soak in the erotic ambience.” According to our British madam, her parties are filled with “young, beautiful hipsters. Rich. Cool. The kind of people everyone wants to have sex with.”
I urge you to check out her Madame Pink website. It is quite entertaining – chock full of tales of a young Catholic school girl who in her formative school days became “a bit of a filthstress, a lesbian, and a girl all men wanted to play with through the boredom of classroom crap.” And believe me, that is just the tip of the iceberg. I’d elaborate further, but believe it or not, I value my job and do not want to jeopardize it by revealing any of the raunchier segments of this site. However, you should go check it out for yourself. Just be forewarned – you may not want to open this website while at work.
It’s no wonder her teenage daughter Hannah has serious issues and is already hitting the BOTOX before her Sweet 16. With a mother whose website boasts of going to confession as a school girl while the priest masturbates to her tales of sexual depravity, it is clear that her poor daughter never stood a chance.
Remember, make sure you are not at work when you go to her website. It is definitely worth a glance for entertainment purposes, but you may develop the wrong kind of reputation with your coworkers and bosses.