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David Spade Thinks Amanda Bynes Has 'Good Boobs'
As Amanda Bynes falls apart before our very eyes, at least one man hasn't lost sight of what's most important about the 27-year-old actress: Her looks.
In an interview with TMZ outside The Improv, David Spade waxed poetic about Bynes, her looks and what he sees as -- at least in one instance -- her wisdom.
He started by voicing a fear that no doubt all of us harbor on some level:
I'm scared of Amanda Bynes, she'll say I'm ugly on Twitter if i say anything about her.
He then went on to compliment her, presumably to avoid having his looks publicly besmirched:
I think she's pretty, and I think uh, I think she has good boobs, so ... if you cut out all the stuff, she's technically, for all intents and purposes, very pretty.
Spade then deigned to wax poetic about what might be troubling the young star:
I think she's getting in her own way...
And how she does actually make the occasional salient point:
I didn't see the bong pictures...but she did have kind of a point that it's fun to watch everybody get stoned and uh, and it's cute when Willie Nelson and Snoop do it and when she does it everyone's like, "put her in jail, put her in 5150!" I think she's got a little bit of a point there.
Bynes, of course, was most recently arrested for what cops believed to be a bong that she threw out the window of her New York apartment. She has repeatedly denied the charges, tweeting:
At least she looks good.
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