Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen were the last to arrive and first to leave at their brother Trent’s graduation party at Arnie Morton’s in Studio City. It was just around twenty family and friends but their table was festively decorated with balloons. The twins and their siblings and buddies grabbed the balloons and sucked the helium- laughing uproariously and cracking jokes in their high pitched cartoon voices. After much giggling, the twins left before the steak dinners were served they didn’t eat a thing. Another diner noted “So THAT’S how they stay so slim all they had for dinner was HELIUM!”


Posted by Janet on June 8, 2006

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  1. By Anonymous
    On June 22, 2006 at

    Does anyone really care about the Olsen twins anymore? All they ever did was be kids in a really awful sitcom! Now they’re wealthy and famous and nobody knows why!

  2. By Anonymous
    On June 22, 2006 at

    I do wish that people would learn to use the phrase, “in my personal opinion”. Watch. I’ll show you how it’s done.
    I hear what you’re saying and I respect that, BUT IN MY PERSONAL OPINION, FULL HOUSE WAS A VERY GOOD FAMILY SHOW.
    See? It’s not so very hard to own and express a personal opinion without insisting on speaking for others. You hate it, I like it. Life goes on without a hitch as long as we only speak for ourselves.

  3. By Charlotte
    On June 23, 2006 at

    Isnt MK a coke fiend? That’s what I heard; It wasnt anorexica.
    Sniff, sniff.

  4. By Anonymous
    On June 24, 2006 at

    There is only one way that grown women remain this tiny. They do not eat. It’s that simple.

  5. By Joanie
    On June 29, 2006 at

    I think the twins deserve what they have earned they have great clothes for children and Full House was a very popular sitcom in the days

  6. By Anonymous
    On July 4, 2006 at

    Full House may have been popular, but it was so fake it makes Joan Rivers’ look seem real in comparison. I could not sit through ten seconds of that wannabe-funny, goofily-written-and-worse-acted show. Bleargh! -NOT using the “IN MY PERSONAL OPINION” rule because we seem to be dispensing with it.
    I sympathize with them (in spite of my hating their show and their acting in it. It wasn’t their fault). I agree with the poster who says you only get that skinny by NOT EATING. I can’t imagine how difficult it must be to be as famous as they are and have photogs at you wherever you go, and to have been famous since you were three, and to have been one of two twins playing one character and known for it. They have probably been told who they are all their lives, by fans, by writers and agents, maybe even family. And everyone I’ve heard from who is that skinny says you are ALWAYS HUNGRY but you can’t talk about it because you are not allowed to BE hungry. Money, shmoney. You could not pay me to be in their position. I value my anonymity and LOVE being “just a person”
    PS: I suspect they are wealthy and famous because their parents licensed and marketed their name and brands of products all these years… or where you coming from the perspective of, “why did anybody buy their crap?” (Maybe I need to get my sarcasm meter tuned)

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