Skip to comments.Rosie O’Donnell admits wife moved out two years ago (Confessed when pet psychic read dog's mind)
Posted on 11/20/2009 1:19:00 AM PST by funblonde
Though the Irish-American comedian and former talk show host said she would no longer comment on the breakup rumors swirling around her relationship, she once again broke her silence, revealing on Sirius Satellite radio that her partner of five years moved out of their home years ago.
The confession came after a pet psychic read the mind of ODonnells Chihuahua.
"Where did you get her from Rosie? Because she says she came from somewhere. And she said shes happier with you, psychic Sonya Fitzpatrick said of ODonnells dog Misty.
She's so spoiled and she loves to burrow." The former View host answered
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Back in the good old days, people like Rosie, and Al Gore and Whoopie- they would have been put in straight jackets and given thorazine. Today, they get TV shows.
Their shows are like thorazine for the people who watch them.
I still remember the Rosie of twenty years ago when she was a VJ on VH-1 (back when they actually played music videos).
She was genuinely funny back then.
The whole dyke thing aside, she’s just another example of an entertainer who decided she no longer had to behave once she hit the bigtime.
Why am I not surprised that Rosie O’Donuts believes that pet psychics can read her rat-dog’s mind?
But wait, there more!!
I bet her dog also told her that 9/11 was an inside job.
Happier with Rosie?
That dog must have seen Hell. Literally!
So does Rosie.
Or like Jeanne Garafalo, the decades of substance abuse catches up with them.
Is this the famed metallurgist and structural engineer Rose O’Donnell? Wow. If a person as educated and clever as she is believes in a dog-psychic there really must be something to it.
KSM is sooooooooo going to sue you.
I’d be happy to waterboard that clown any time for 9/11.
While eating a ham sandwich.
The previous administration should never have left these guys alive.
Better yet, force him into a marriage with Rosie. They’re perfect for each other.
.."pet psychic threw me out of her office when she read my mind, but did take my phone number"
Like a Hamster?
It's one of FR's unwritten rules - like a humorous/revolting variant of the Maureen Dowd/CZJ template.
Her girlfriend left. Thats what happens when you dont buy that new strap-on she wanted.
Seriously , Who got the kids? Did the girlfriend get alimony, They were married werent they? Hard time feeling any pain for this crazy, nasty wench.
A woman’s dog reveals that the woman’s “wife” left long ago. Please tell me I’m reading Scrappleface, or Twilight Zone.
Would a psychic charge more or less money to read the mind of a chihuahua than say a lab? I mean, it’s a small mind, so it would require good focus to meld with a mind the size of a walnut. On the other hand, one could charge by the pound. Hmm. Or, one could figure any Hollywood type who’s dumb enough to hire a dog psychic is good for the money, so charge away. I’d bet the chihuahua is good for five to seven years worth of therapy.
The dog was probably the go-to guy for brains in the household.
I don’t believe this rage-filled freak. Has anyone seen the other gal? Maybe Rosie’s got a shallow-grave in her backyard.
The Chihuahua was also quoted as saying, “Of course fire can melt steel, you corpulent cretin, how do you think they make it in the first place?”
Yes ... and people sit down and drain part of their life-span into the sofa seat while watching them.
Causes one to wonder who is the craziest.
Who got custody of all the Snap-On-Tools?
So the girlfriend moved out lickety split?
How long before Rosie’s ex is linked with a REAL man?
I laughed very hard when I first saw it. Don’t know who created it, but it’s brilliant.
Why are lesbians so angry?
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