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(Daily Mail)   Could Maria Shriver be thinking of terminating the divorce, or does she still think Arnold is a barbarian who gave her a raw deal?   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 33
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2011-12-27 09:46:18 AM
Democrat women. Hot, stupid, and loyal.

/was hot
//back in the day
 
2011-12-27 09:57:35 AM
Will there be lamentations?
 
2011-12-27 10:03:23 AM
The whole marriage was true lies, this is the end of days for this union. It's like she's twins with Jackie, married to rich powerful men who did nothing but cheat on her. I bet she wants an eraser just to forget this whole thing. I worry about the collateral damage and the children, especially his son, junior. He really is a predator, but I bet there was some red heat at the beginning of the marriage. I'm not going to lie, it was like they were Batman and Robin when they first started out, they made a good partnership.

/it's not a Toomah
 
ZAZ [TotalFark]
2011-12-27 10:09:44 AM
She went out and had a few affairs so now they're even.
 
2011-12-27 10:37:38 AM
A raw what?
 
2011-12-27 11:27:05 AM

mitchcumstein1: The whole marriage was true lies, this is the end of days for this union. It's like she's twins with Jackie, married to rich powerful men who did nothing but cheat on her. I bet she wants an eraser just to forget this whole thing. I worry about the collateral damage and the children, especially his son, junior. He really is a predator, but I bet there was some red heat at the beginning of the marriage. I'm not going to lie, it was like they were Batman and Robin when they first started out, they made a good partnership.

/it's not a Toomah


OOH, yay, I love these!

/Off the top of my head only
//No cheating on IMDB, you bastages...
 
2011-12-27 11:30:24 AM
She's an idiot. She deserves whatever misery comes her way after staying with him.
 
2011-12-27 11:35:19 AM
Maybe she has realized that money and fame (or infamy) don't make for great companionship.

They may have even reconciled and worked through this by each of them acknowledging their contribution to the problems in their marriage.

Or maybe Skeletor has realized that no man will want Schwarzenegger's middle aged cast off.
 
2011-12-27 11:38:46 AM
Why would she do that,knowing that he'll always be the running man?
 
2011-12-27 11:39:28 AM

mitchcumstein1: The whole marriage was true lies, this is the end of days for this union. It's like she's twins with Jackie, married to rich powerful men who did nothing but cheat on her. I bet she wants an eraser just to forget this whole thing. I worry about the collateral damage and the children, especially his son, junior. He really is a predator, but I bet there was some red heat at the beginning of the marriage. I'm not going to lie, it was like they were Batman and Robin when they first started out, they made a good partnership.

/it's not a Toomah


Maybe work in something about going commando.

+1
 
2011-12-27 11:42:38 AM
I bet he got some of that Red Heat.
 
2011-12-27 11:43:28 AM
I wonder if she goes commando? Would love to see her twins. Also, is it possible that he would get dat ass to Mars?
 
2011-12-27 11:49:07 AM
After 25 years of marriage, you just don't stop having feelings for your partner. Lots of marriages have survived affairs, theirs is only different because it played out in the public spotlight. If they can work it out, it doesn't make her stupid. If they decided to go through the divorce, again it doesn't make her stupid. I've been married 26 years, and no I'm not talking from experience about affairs on either mine or my husbands part, I just like to think that we would try and work it out if something like that happened, and not throw away a relationship we have been in for almost half my life. If we couldn't get past it, then yes you walk away, but forgiveness is part of building lives together.

/flame on
 
2011-12-27 12:00:29 PM
She should offer him a deal.

"I'll trade you one affair for one affair. Now go get me ."
 
2011-12-27 12:02:54 PM

Gergesa: She should offer him a deal.

"I'll trade you one affair for one affair. Now go get me ."


That was supposed to read

"I'll trade you one affair for one affair. Now go get me (insert handsome actor's name.)"

but I made a mistake in using the sideways carrots instead of the parantheses.
 
2011-12-27 12:05:29 PM
So Arnie's been shriven?
 
2011-12-27 12:09:54 PM

Pivot: I've been married 26 years, and no I'm not talking from experience about affairs


Oh yeah, well that's just because you have not allowed my washboard abs and buns of steel to experience you.
 
2011-12-27 12:34:38 PM

Krymson Tyde: Maybe work in something about going commando.


I had something, but then the thought of Maria Shriver going commando made me ill.
 
2011-12-27 12:36:41 PM

Pivot: After 25 years of marriage, you just don't stop having feelings for your partner. Lots of marriages have survived affairs, theirs is only different because it played out in the public spotlight. If they can work it out, it doesn't make her stupid. If they decided to go through the divorce, again it doesn't make her stupid. I've been married 26 years, and no I'm not talking from experience about affairs on either mine or my husbands part, I just like to think that we would try and work it out if something like that happened, and not throw away a relationship we have been in for almost half my life. If we couldn't get past it, then yes you walk away, but forgiveness is part of building lives together.

/flame on



I can see someone being forgiven for a drunken fling on a business trip or something like that, but fathering a love child with a woman who then continued to work in their house for the next ten years and keeping the whole thing secret until it was about to blow up in his face is a whole other ball of wax. I honestly believe that level of deception is indicative of some pretty deep psychological issues, like on the order of guys who have secret families in other cities.
 
2011-12-27 12:40:51 PM

Pivot: After 25 years of marriage, you just don't stop having feelings for your partner. Lots of marriages have survived affairs, theirs is only different because it played out in the public spotlight. If they can work it out, it doesn't make her stupid. If they decided to go through the divorce, again it doesn't make her stupid. I've been married 26 years, and no I'm not talking from experience about affairs on either mine or my husbands part, I just like to think that we would try and work it out if something like that happened, and not throw away a relationship we have been in for almost half my life. If we couldn't get past it, then yes you walk away, but forgiveness is part of building lives together.

/flame on


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2011-12-27 12:51:02 PM
An attention whore who realizes she will get more attention by sticking with the man-whore.
 
2011-12-27 12:51:16 PM
Come with me if you want to live.
 
2011-12-27 02:02:02 PM
I think he gave the 'raw deal' to the maid.
 
2011-12-27 02:06:44 PM

Sybarite:
I can see someone being forgiven for a drunken fling on a business trip or something like that, but fathering a love child with a woman who then continued to work in their house for the next ten years and keeping the whole thing secret until it was about to blow up in his face is a whole other ball of wax. I honestly believe that level of deception is indicative of some pretty deep psychological issues, like on the order of guys who have secret families in other cities.


Okay, I can agree with you on that point
 
2011-12-27 02:29:39 PM

mitchcumstein1: Krymson Tyde: Maybe work in something about going commando.

I had something, but then the thought of Maria Shriver going commando made me ill.


Understood.
 
2011-12-27 02:38:00 PM

Pivot: Sybarite:
I can see someone being forgiven for a drunken fling on a business trip or something like that, but fathering a love child with a woman who then continued to work in their house for the next ten years and keeping the whole thing secret until it was about to blow up in his face is a whole other ball of wax. I honestly believe that level of deception is indicative of some pretty deep psychological issues, like on the order of guys who have secret families in other cities.

Okay, I can agree with you on that point



Maybe he did, maybe he didn't, but I agree with the spirit of your original post.

If they're going to try and work it out I wish them both nothing but luck. I think it's more common these days to see marriage as more disposable than it should be. Dating is when you can break up whenever for whatever reason, marriage should be a relationship that you work on even when it seems difficult (especially when it seems difficult). Yeah, they have some real legitimate issues and every right to call an end to it..... but that doesn't mean they HAVE to. It would be nicer and possibly better for everyone involved if they can work it out and salvage their marriage.

Even if it doesn't work out and they still split it's still nice to see them treating each other like human beings. They were married for so many years... It saddens me when people who have spent many years sharing most everything and telling each other that they love one another suddenly act like the other person is a pure evil war criminal, as happens too often.
 
2011-12-27 02:51:11 PM

slapmastered: mitchcumstein1: The whole marriage was true lies, this is the end of days for this union. It's like she's twins with Jackie, married to rich powerful men who did nothing but cheat on her. I bet she wants an eraser just to forget this whole thing. I worry about the collateral damage and the children, especially his son, junior. He really is a predator, but I bet there was some red heat at the beginning of the marriage. I'm not going to lie, it was like they were Batman and Robin when they first started out, they made a good partnership.

/it's not a Toomah

OOH, yay, I love these!

/Off the top of my head only
//No cheating on IMDB, you bastages...


I guess it all depends on if she has Total Recall of everything that happened.
 
2011-12-27 03:35:59 PM
She should keep him, just get an ugly maid this time. Oh wait a minute,,,
 
2011-12-27 04:00:02 PM
Those are MY cookies!!!
 
2011-12-27 04:12:26 PM

JohnnyAqua: She should keep him, just get an ugly maid this time. Oh wait a minute,,,


Get a butler, who's young and ripped and hung like a horse.
 
2011-12-27 07:20:16 PM

The Stealth Hippopotamus: Democrat Kennedy women. Hot, stupid, and loyal.

/was hot
//back in the day


FTFY
 
2011-12-27 11:29:51 PM
Why give maria sympathy, Arnold always was a liar and philanderer.

Maria was what ? An innocent virgin bride who was exploited? Really?

I don't know anyone who would be fooled by Arnold's duplicity, or bill clinton's or john edward's...their wivs are not victims, they are knowing collaborators.

And, dim women are not generally regarded as being attractive, intelligent or loyal...maybe yentas or dykes or honest working class; but not hot or loyal.
 
2011-12-28 02:59:13 PM
"Maria, do you remember when I said 'til death us do part?"
 
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