‘Ñoooooooooooo!!!…Que bestia!…This is what can happen when you are The Most Interesting Man in the World



Talk about epiphanies!

The tabloids dished out this Epiphany present today:

Rumor has it that Sean Penn –the Most Interesting Man in the World — is now romantically involved with Charlize Theron, one of the world’s most beautiful actresses.

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If it is true, then there are many lessons to be learned from this.  You figure them out.

Sean Penn is a longtime friend of Babalu.  Tireless supporter of Latrine American tyrants, advocate for repression south of the border, the wealthy actor deserves our heartiest congratulations, even if the rumor proves false.

As for his alleged paramour… well, there is nothing we can say.  Nothing at all.

From the Daily Mail…(Best damn source of celebrity gossip in the universe).

Charlize Theron, Sean Penn spend time together in Los Angeles after Hawaiian vacation

The Oscar-winning couple have yet to confirm a romance but they’ve been spotted spending a lot of time together lately.

Charlize Theron and Sean Penn were spotted together once again after their Hawaiian vacation at the top of the new year. Back from paradise, the “Snow White and the Huntsman” star and Penn, 53, spent time together in Calif., reports E! News.

The Oscar winning actors, who are longtime friends now rumored to be in a romantic relationship, were seen leaving Theron’s Hollywood Hills home upon returning from their Hawaiian getaway on Jan. 2. They reportedly returned to the 38-year-old actress’s abode the next day and Penn supposedly spent the night there.

On Friday, the couple were said to relocate to Penn’s Malibu pad where the “Gangsta Squad” actor reportedly went for a beachside run while Theron stayed at the house to hang with her dog.



5 thoughts on “‘Ñoooooooooooo!!!…Que bestia!…This is what can happen when you are The Most Interesting Man in the World”

  1. Humberto –

    Thanks for the link to frontpagemag. Looks as if Ms. Theron is no fan of cagasstro. From my proudly paranoid viewpoint, Penn might have been assigned to work Ms. Theron to bring her around, if you get my drift, so she stops saying unkind things about dear leader of the Caribbean and his workers paradise.

    Not for nothin’, but wasn’t Penn’s old man Leo Penn, a blacklisted commie director?

  2. How that ugly leftist dumbkopf can get that beautiful piece of tail* is beyond me. Oh! Wait! She’s a leftist dumbkopf, too!

    *The use of the politically incorrect term “beautiful piece of tail” was completely intentional…

  3. I’ve never seen a Theron movie (nothing personal, really; I just don’t care to subsidize the mainstream entertainment complex). The only Penn movie I ever paid to see was his turn as Jeff Spicoli, and even that was just part of a package deal (on old HBO, when I still bothered to watch TV, which I haven’t done for many years). However, Theron occupies a special place in my celebrity-phobic mind. She’s ensconced there as the Hollywood blonde du jour (which she no longer is) who broke down blubbering in the presence of the great (hypocrite) Nelson Mandela. She was just overcome, presumably, and responded in impeccably “correct” thespian fashion. I suppose she might have been genuinely moved; I mean, countless people have been by highly dubious personages, but she’s also South African and exceedingly white, so she pretty much HAS to be a card-carrying Mandela groupie. Be that as it may, the blubbering stayed with me (otherwise, she’d just be one more beautiful Tinseltown blonde, who are pretty much interchangeable).

    In the wake of Mandela’s death, Theron offered this: “Rest in peace Madiba. You will be missed, but your impact on this world will live forever. There will never be words to say what I’m feeling right now. I am saddened to the depths of my soul.” Not to be outdone, supermodel Naomi Campbell gushed: “He was much more than just a figurehead to me – he was my mentor, my honorary grandfather, my Tata. Since meeting him in 1993, he’s guided me and gave me a reason for being in the tough times of my life. He changed my perception of the world.” I certainly hoped he changed how she treats the hired help. And Morgan Freeman, who played Mandela in a movie, described him as “a saint to many, a hero to all who treasure liberty, freedom and the dignity of humankind.” Funny, but Mandela never said or did a damn thing for the liberty or dignity of the Cuban people, among quite a few other people, but quite the opposite. Well, like the guy said at the end of “Some Like It Hot,” nobody’s perfect, right?

    And btw, is that a photo of Penn’s face, or an old Basset hound’s butt?

  4. And George, if you were as big a deal in Hollywood as Penn is, she’d date you, too. It’s called image, publicity and careerism. It’s not as if she couldn’t do way, WAY better than Penn looks-wise, not to mention personality-wise. Of course, maybe it’s a Marilyn Monroe/Arthur Miller thing. Whatever. Some blondes really are dumb, you know.

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