Friday, November 16, 2007

David Beckham...The real desperate housewife

Beckham apparently suffers from OCD and he is quite particular about his Beverly Hills home. This week's Globe reports that Becks likes to vacuum in "precise, straight lines- while wearing an apron." There's your visual of the day...Wonder what Posh does while this is going on.

Globe claims, "Everything has to be perfect or he gets all bent out of shape. David also color codes the fridge and insists everything be in pairs. If there's one too many soda cans or bottles on a shelf, he'll throw it away or hide it in a cupboard somewhere."

Globe/ Image:Beckham-Magazine


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I think David and Victoria are such a gorgeous couple, but everybody have to agree that their behavior is not a good example for their kids nor anybody else. Have you seen this news reporting that David was accused for snubbing child cancer survivors? He defends himself saying that he haven't seen them... I don't know... what do you think?

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