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JFK Jr. Reads Monica Lewinsky's poem about being a Pizza with Jay Leno and Jerry Seinfeld

In 1998 on the Tonight Show which had Jerry Seinfeld on as the final airing of Seinfeld was on that night, JFK Jr. Reads Monica Lewinsky’s childhood poem about being a Pizza, that she wrote when she was 9 In George Magazine.

“How I can be a delicious breakfast, lunch or dinner if you’re weird. A round and flat piece of dough with lots of toppings. l am a mouth’s best friend. I make you say,’yum, yum”

Jay Leno: It’s amazing how kids know at a young age what they are going to do with their lives.

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lgageharleya
lgageharleya
1 month ago

Even then they couldn’t help but to lick their lips over their own nastiness.

Morgan
Morgan
1 month ago

JFK Jr. is Trump, IYKYK

Morgan
Morgan
1 month ago
Reply to  deletetheelite

Think Bodysnatchers/Mr. Smith from the Matrix. Mannerisms, energy, the look in their eye, it’s little things. Do some digging on the organic portal and simulation theory if you want to go down that rabbit hole.

matt
matt
1 month ago
Reply to  Morgan

haha, claim someone is another person and then say look at organic portal and simulation theory, ok then, sounds like something i could find on info wars right

Morgan
Morgan
1 month ago
Reply to  deletetheelite

Also, this is a clip I’ve never come across, thanks for the share. If this was advertised heavily to the QAnon crowd, I’m pretty sure their brains would explode. lol

Rick
Rick
1 month ago

Bill certainly licked his fingers after that greasy meal.

Pizza gate strikes again!

Rick
Rick
1 month ago
Reply to  Rick

He died the following year!

Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
1 month ago

The comment about rotting in hell is really creepy. And this is a tiny glimpse of the full on onslaught of misogynistic public abuse that young lady suffered when the news broke. Just look at Leno and Seinfeld smirking, like a pair of middle school bullies.

lgageharleya
lgageharleya
1 month ago
Reply to  Fleurdamour

Yes, essentially, “We create and break these kids to service us, ruthlessly punish any who don’t (or just sever them from the means to exist), then mock them for their servile demeanors. They are fully for our own consumption and amusement.”

hope
hope
1 month ago

“It’s amazing how kids know at a young age, what they’re gonna do with them” Jay Leno

Eek