Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Tom Cruise had an affair with Cher

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/24375849/

Why do they call it an affair? Shouldn't it just be called dating?

Rumor has it that Tom Cruise also had an affair with Judy Garland, Liza Minelli, and Liz Taylor.

But not all at once.

Rumor also has it that Tom Cruise likes gravy.

15 comments:

nathan lane said...

::waiting by the phone::

liberace said...

::waiting by the phone::

Redbeard76 said...

My thoughts exactly, why will no gay man come forward and admit they had an affair with Tom Cruise...

cake said...

Rumour also has it that the reason Tom and what's-her-name's marriage is on the rocks is that he insisted on moving to Austria and keeping her in the basement.

It's only a rumour though.

(Settle down, anonymous, it's a JOKE!)

cake said...

p.s.
"Being Cher is a hard thing and difficult for him to hold his place."

Wow. No ego on her, huh? Geez!

Redbeard76 said...

I bet she wishes she could turn back time now... OH!!!

crazy lady said...

I HATE CHER!

David'Z RantZ said...

Well, as Huey Lewis sang, "It's Hip to Be Cher."

As I understand it, "dating" is generally used to mean, well, dating. And "affair" generally tells us that they had sex... not that it's any of anyone's damned business. I'm not sure who used the term "affair," here, whether it was Cher (on Oprah) or the writer of the article, but evidently someone felt that it should be our business. Thanks for Cher-ing!

It's like if I describe the woman I'm with as my "girlfriend," it doesn't tell anyone anything. Which is how it should be.

If I say she's my "lover," it means we're having sex.

If I say she's my "significant other," it means I'm a pompous ass who's trying to impress today's PC-minded people.

I Ain't No Oprah said...

What does it mean when you say:

"This is my cat"?

David'Z RantZ said...

I don't have to say "This is my cat." No one ever sees him. He's locked in the basement.

I Ain't No Oprah said...

Austrian cat?

David'Z RantZ said...

Austrian, Australian... Like there's a difference, right?

cake said...

I used to have a regular customer at The Other Job who introduced her boyfriend as her "bed mate." (Accompanied by a pat on the butt. Always a little uncomfortable.

Bonus annoying name for your boyfriend/girlfriend/husband/wife: "partner." Pleeease!

cake said...

...and here's the closing bracket!)

Redbeard76 said...

Here's my fuck buddy.