Dennis and Kimberly Quaid Signed Their Divorce Papers a Little Too HastilyS

Remember back when Dennis and Kimberly Quaid were getting divorced because Dennis Quaid was being overly generous about letting strangers touch his penis and Kimberly Quaid was all, "Ugh, gross, Dennis — you're like seven million years old even if you do have the body of a nubile Greek athlete"? The couple has since reconciled, deciding that it'd be better to cleave to each other than be exiled into the Siberian wasteland of singlehood. The only problem, though, is that their signed divorce papers are currently coursing through the carotid artery of justice right now, and the Quaids will be legally cleaved, like Aristophanes' androgynous spider-walking people. [TMZ]

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