ByHeather Snowden, writer at
Senior Staff Writer at MP. Lover of bad puns, nostalgic feels and all things Winona.
Heather Snowden

She has forged an entire career out of being the fun-loving girl-next-door, the quirky girl who can fall over her own dress at the Oscars, swear at the press, and still front a $3 billion dollar franchise. And although lately things have been a little quiet on the front, you can bet your bottom dollar that in the run-up to the release of , we'll be seeing a lot more of her weird antics — starting with this interview with Vanity Fair, in which she states that she'd give birth to her own dog, if that was a thing that people could do.

Vanity Fair front cover Holiday 2016/2017
Vanity Fair front cover Holiday 2016/2017

Talking of her small brown pooch, Pippi Longstocking — who's so prolific he even has his own Twitter account, but more on that later — the actress revealed that she's so obsessed, her mother commissioned a portrait of the dog from a 14-year-old fan from New Zealand. As with most embarrassing gifts from mom, JLaw would hide the painting until her mother visited, until one day she decided to embrace it:

“Fuck it. I am the person who has an acrylic painting of her dog."

And it now has pride of place above the mantlepiece. To be honest though, having a framed painting of your pet isn't that weird — what is a bit weird is wanting to put the creature inside yourself, and then literally push it out of your vagina.

“I am a psychotic dog mom in a way that I am genuinely embarrassed about. If I could put her inside me and give birth to her I would. My [hypothetical] kids would be incredibly jealous because I would still be way more attentive to Pippi than I would to them.”

Whatever floats your boat, babe.

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They do make an adorably cute pair though, just look at some of the tweets lil Pippi pawed out:

Passengers swoops into theaters December 21st, check out the trailer below:

Do you want to give birth to your pet?

Source: Vanity Fair

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