The runaway bride's soon-to-be hubby is letting her off the hook.<br><br>Don't you think it's a bit of a sign that this woman is completely nuts when she runs away and cooks up a story about being kidnapped? Dude...take the first exit off the wacky woman highway and kick this one to the curb while you still can!<br><br>
Don't you wish you came from money so you could phuck people over like that and then just laugh it off. Oh those goofy kids. We'll just buy 'em a shrink to play with, and that'll keep 'em occupied for afew hours. <br><br><br>PUH-LEEEEEEEEEEEEZE! <br><br>
"Ain't we all messed up? Ain't we all made mistakes?"<br><br>And he's articulate too. That always gets the ladies.<br><br>Poor grammar aside, he's mostly right about that, but our mistakes generally don't cost taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars. We, at least he got to talk to Hannity. An article in the local paper had him gushing like a giddy schoolgirl at the prospect of meeting him.<br><br>
Loc: Lancaster PA USA
She's got those same too-much-white-around-the-iris crazy-eyes that "Bitch" singer, Meredith Brooks, has. I think Meredith's a hottie, but when I saw her interviewed, it was clear she was a scattershot nutcase.<br><br><IMG SRC=http://www.rockphotographer.com/photos/Mbrooks.jpg><br><br><br><br>
Exactly. That's the only way I can see any man tolerating that nonsense. <br><br>I don't know either person, but here's my judgmental/stereotypical take:<br><br>He strikes me as a bit of a hayseed, who got a "hot chick." She thought she wanted the nice, safe and secure guy....but he started getting needy, the rich, controlling family stepped in and started turning it into the second coming of Charles and Di and she ran. <br><br>She really doesn't want safe and secure.....she wants to secretly find and hang out with abusive/macho/"dangerous" men that are more interesting. <br><br>If this dude would think with the right head, her stuff would have been on the porch when she got home. No POA is worth that. Ever. <br><br>Chicks like that are used to walking all over guys, and for the most part they get away with it. <br><br>
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