Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Blind Items Revealed #3

October 3, 2014

This A- list mostly movie actor who has been A+ or close to it before and has also been on a hit television show started a commune with his wife although on the commune no one is a wife apparently. All people are free to do what they want. Sounds like an excuse to have sex with a bunch of strangers while you get wasted.

Woody Harrelson

10 comments:

back again said...

how can he be running a commune(in HI. i presume) if he's traipsing all over the world & the Paris Fashion Shows following that Russian ex-model??

aemish said...

Grody.

b626 said...

His personal hygiene looks very lax.
I am sure she is more than willing to 'Share',
if he is fixxed.

Kno Won Uno said...

Logic has no place here.

Planet J said...

He must hardly ever be there. This past year him and Liam H. have been down here in the south filming an old western movie "By Way of Helena" and going to Ole Miss football games. I see he's now globetrotting to Paris to "mentor" models..lol! I got to meet him once,when he was filming "The People vs Larry Flynt"...seemed like a nice guy.

Max said...

He lives on a compound in Hawaii and Owen Wilson and Willie Nelson also have houses on the compound. Matt McConaughey's a frequent visitor. So is JLaw. The mind boggles. Hope to never see Willie and JLaw's sex tape.

snitty said...

meh...if his wife is down with it, then i see no problem.

Milly said...

HIs wife is supposed to be apart of the new mommy group with Alicia Sliverstone that have lesbian orgies once a month.

Riven said...

Meh this is scandalous how??

Whatevs, I know plenty of people living in commune-ish housing and I've done it myself. It can be pretty awesome, especially if you don't get involved in the housecest drama llama (no, you are not required to have sex with anyone, that is rape, and in fact communities of intention actually have less violent sexual acts than your typical apartment building). It's also a way more sustainable, clean, cheaper and welcoming environment than pretty much any other type of housing.

But it's also not for everyone, so no judgement from me either way.

Aka Woody can I join? I don't do housecest, but I am great at facilitating Sunday morning brunch, coffee and crossword puzzle funtimes.

Jess Sayin' said...

Well, that explains JLaw's interest then.

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