Is There Something In The Water??

October 14, 2012 / Posted by:

Doesn’t anyone stay together anymore?? As a two-time loser in the getting married department, I’m all for just shacking up until you’re tired of picking towels and dirty underwear up off the bathroom floor and bitching about toilet seat placement, then kicking their annoying dirty ass to the curb. But once you put a ring on it, you’re supposed to try to deal with all of that shit till death do us part. I know, I’m a total hypocrite, but I’m in good standing with all of the far right sanctity of marriage people. Okay I should really re-think that.

So, the latest person to join me on the ever growing list of vow breakers is Russell Crowe. Sydney Confidential says that he and his wife of 9 years Danielle Spencer have hit the skids. Danielle is currently in Sydney with their two children, 8 year old Charles and 6 year old Tennyson and Russel is in the US filming Noah, and there is speculation that his grueling work schedule is at the root of it all. There are no details except that the split is amicable and that their main concern is protecting their boys. By “amicable” I think they mean he probably didn’t split her face open with a cell phone. So that’s nice.

I hope it really is just long work hours and Russell didn’t come down with the same can’tkeepitinhispantsitis that afflicted Danny DeVito, but if that’s what happened at least it makes some sense this time. I would pour one out for their union, but I live in a blue state and on Sunday that’s a no-no. Maybe tomorrow.

Thank you Swallows!

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