Sunday, December 02, 2018

Blind Items Revealed #4

October 26, 2017

I saw that this A- list mostly movie actress is spinning that yarn again about how she doesn't work at the same time as her actor husband and that is the secret to their happy marriage. Much like her no nanny line, it is not true. As recently as six weeks ago they were both working 3,000 miles apart from each other for weeks. I love how the tabloids just open wide and swallow the lines and say thank you for agreeing to talk to us and letting us kiss your butt. 

Blake Lively/Ryan Reynolds

25 comments:

HeatherBee said...

Maybe they’re not interesting enough to pursue their narratives any further.

sandybrook said...

Ryan probably works more than he needs to just to stay away from her.

Lonely Bastard said...

Probably the most pointless blind I've read in recent times.

However, it doesn't feature, rappers, reality whores or "athletes' so I'll give it a pass.



And, as a welcome bonus it has weird things like puntuation and correct spelling, so thats a win.

Mrs Meat said...

I'm pushed to think of anything to say about this vanilla couple. Let's talk about something else instead.

Like has anyone successfully given a very spiteful Christmas present without even blushing?

kelli grrrl said...

Well, Mrs. Meat, years ago my sister had to drop off her daughter (my niece) for Christmas evening with her ex’s family. When my sister took my niece to the door, her ex mother-in-law handed her a wrapped gift. It was a pair of Worthington brand, sheer, nude colored trouser socks. I’m not sure if it was meant to be spiteful, but we worked the words “Worthington brand” (said with a Thurston Howell accent) into a lot of conversations for months.

Aquagirl said...

@MrsMeat: I don’t know if this counts because it was spiteful in terms of money, not the item. My brother has 3 kids; 2 of them are great, the other one is a teenager who is in a phase where she doesn’t speak to, text or call any of us. And she’s getting worse. Last year for Christmas I spent $200 each on her 2 siblings and I bought her a necklace for $20. She opened it and went right back to her earbuds & texting.

Mrs Meat said...

Both delicious in their own way girls/grrrls.

I once gave my mother-in-law a fake beard. But that was just frolics and jollity. I need to up my game. Hm, choosing a victim.....

A said...

Tabloids eat it up and you make shit up. What’s the difference?

p swer said...

Isn't she really in love with Ben?

skipper said...

Nothing these two ever say/do is random. Eveything they post on socials or say in interviews sound PR channelled to stay relevant and sell this perfect lovely dovey couple image.

MJF said...

Very mature on your part, Aquagirl.

rosie riveter said...

*the disclaimer at the bottom of this site (is the difference)

Hortensia said...

Mrs. Meat,
I have a fantasy about giving a Talking Bible, the one Pat Boone pushes, to a former bf. The bf didn't have two nickels to rub together as he lost his business, wife divorced him, kid doesn't speak to him, and was renting a basement space in someone's house. (Lied about most of this.) He got Jesus after that, and it was Jesus this, Jesus that.

Cee Kay said...

This is pretty ridiculous. I mean, presumably even if only one of them did work at a time they'd still end up 3000 miles apart. Whatever, Enty. It seems to be working for them, you know?

Andrew Simpson said...

I don't see the big deal about these two Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively no offense to their fans are boring. Why would the tabloids even care about them?

GentleBreeze said...

I love thinking up fantastic, personal presents for people. Knowing they will just love it. Then I run out of steam, money, time, patience, creativity and/or love and give them something which is (in my mind) second rate. Maybe not quite spiteful.

Aquagirl said...

@GentleBreeze: the key is to start shopping in September for Christmas or to just buy things all year round if you see something you know someone will love.

luckythewondercat said...

I am more interested in the spiteful gift discussion. Blake and Ryan can take a hike.

Ginger-n-Juice said...

Every years the hubs n I buy one really wacky, random gift. We call it the “WTFITS” gift, (What The F*** Is This S***). Half the time it’s been one of those As Seen On TV ads for something. We pick one of my family members and give it to him/her on Christmas. None of them know it’s a joke. We both act like it’s such a great gift and watch the person insincerely thank us and agree it’s SO great. It’s one of our favorite secret traditions.

Unknown said...

Won’t this just further emphasise the fact that the child isn’t part of he family? As a teenager, having to deal with hormones etc, I would have been extremely upset if this had happened. I personally think that this was a rather cruel thing to do.

longtimereader said...

Willing to give both a pass because i love Deadpool and a simple favour was a really good movie as well.

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GentleBreeze said...

@Aquagirl - thanks for the suggestion!

Henriette said...

Has Blake Boring given up on being the next "it" girl since she is pushing 40 now?

Cuddlebutt said...

I used to stress so much over my in laws gifts. Then the subtle and not so subtle criticisms I received in return from my mil. Her gifts were dollar store presents but I never criticised them. Finally, I said "Fuck it" and don't give any of them anything except the youngest nephew. Funny, she noticed that quick. She made sure to compliment my last present, a set of serving dishes, platters and serving cutlery. But it was too late.

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