As you may be aware, Indian film director T Rajeevnath wants Paris Hilton to play Mother Teresa in a film about the beloved nun. His decision is apparently based entirely on hearing that Ms. Hilton had refused to pose nude in Playboy magazine, thereby showing her outstanding moral qualities. From this we can surmise that T Rajeevnath does not have access to the Internet.
In the interest of giving T. Rajeevnath the benefit of the doubt, I wanted to take a moment to consider the parallels between Paris Hilton and Mother Teresa. Even if I had to periodically give myself a sharp whack across the shin with a shillelagh to keep from collapsing into a fit of giggles while doing so:
|Mother Teresa||Paris Hilton|
|Is often the recipient of prayers||Is often the recipient of room service|
|Founded the order of the Missionaries of Charity||Often found in the missionary position|
|Always insured that the poor of Calcutta came first||Sometimes insures that her partner comes first|
|Was intimately involved with caring for the wretched dregs of society||Was intimate with Fred Durst|
|Is a candidate for sainthood||Has already achieved skankhood|
|Bared her soul to God||Bared just about everything to everybody|
|“Being unwanted, unloved, uncared for, forgotten by everybody, I think that is a much greater hunger, a much greater poverty than the person who has nothing to eat.”||“The only rule is don’t be boring, dress cute wherever you go, life is too short to blend in.”|
She is a shoo-in!