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Tuesday, January 21, 2003   |    Birthday Cards to Celebrities

Happy Birthday, Emma Bunton!

January 21, 1976 | Emma Bunton | pop singer

Dear Baby Spice,

Happy Birthday! I really dig short girls in gigantic platform shoes. I’ve been thinking of moving to Tokyo, because the Japanese are a small people, and from what I’ve learned watching anime, Tokyo is nothing but neon lights and funky, cyperpunk fashion. (Also, lots of gigantic radioactive monsters!) If you moved to Japan, you’d probably be their queen! What say ye, Baby Spice? Shall we move together and reign over Japan as king and queen? Let me know. Thanks!

Josh Abraham