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(TMZ)   Robin Thicke flies to Canada to try and salvage is marriage. Hopefully they didn't put him in the tail section   (tmz.com) divider line 27
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2014-02-25 09:32:13 AM
Robin then abruptly cancelled his show, saying he had throat problems.  But the cancellation was solely so he could sit with his wife and try to change her mind.

Aha!  He also cancelled the following night's gig at Universal Studios' Mardi Gras.

I couldn't go because I had pager coverage anyway.  But it's the first time I ever got a cancellation email fro U. Studios for one of the Mardi Gras performances.  He was the big draw this season.
 
2014-02-25 10:01:03 AM

Diogenes: Robin then abruptly cancelled his show, saying he had throat problems.  But the cancellation was solely so he could sit with his wife and try to change her mind.

Aha!  He also cancelled the following night's gig at Universal Studios' Mardi Gras.

I couldn't go because I had pager coverage anyway.  But it's the first time I ever got a cancellation email fro U. Studios for one of the Mardi Gras performances.  He was the big draw this season.


They could probably replace him with 1980s George Michael and no one would notice, even if he was found sucking dicks in a bathroom.
 
2014-02-25 10:12:06 AM

bdub77: Diogenes: Robin then abruptly cancelled his show, saying he had throat problems.  But the cancellation was solely so he could sit with his wife and try to change her mind.

Aha!  He also cancelled the following night's gig at Universal Studios' Mardi Gras.

I couldn't go because I had pager coverage anyway.  But it's the first time I ever got a cancellation email fro U. Studios for one of the Mardi Gras performances.  He was the big draw this season.

They could probably replace him with 1980s George Michael and no one would notice, even if he was found sucking dicks in a bathroom.


I have a pass so I go when I feel like it and don't have weekend pager (which is half my weekends in a year and it sucks and makes me stabby).  But you're right - I really don't feel like I personally missed anything even if he were this year's big thing.

Barenaked Ladies the weekend before.  They were fun and it was a solid performance.  And I think Collective Soul coming up.  As I said to someone who sniped at me for the acts:  "Dude.  Free concert.  And if it sucks I'll go get loaded and ride roller coasters."  Really can't beat that.
 
2014-02-25 10:38:52 AM
"try and salvage is marriage"? What does that even mean?
 
2014-02-25 10:42:07 AM

baconbeard: "try and salvage is marriage"? What does that even mean?


Try and understand the crappy writing, will ya?
 
2014-02-25 10:42:34 AM

bdub77: Diogenes: Robin then abruptly cancelled his show, saying he had throat problems.  But the cancellation was solely so he could sit with his wife and try to change her mind.

Aha!  He also cancelled the following night's gig at Universal Studios' Mardi Gras.

I couldn't go because I had pager coverage anyway.  But it's the first time I ever got a cancellation email fro U. Studios for one of the Mardi Gras performances.  He was the big draw this season.

They could probably replace him with 1980s George Michael and no one would notice, even if he was found sucking dicks in a bathroom.


Pops could probably sub for him. Their voices--at least when they talk--are amazingly alike.

According to Robin, Alan Thicke, his father, wanting him to focus on his studies and graduate high school before pursuing music, would not pay for Thicke's vocal group, As One, to record a 4 song demo tape. The $1,000 demo ultimately was paid for by an uncle of one of the group members, Al Jarreau.
Thicke moved out on his own at age 17, during his senior year of high school, earning a living and supporting himself as a professional record producer and songwriter.


Alan, oops. He's going to hate you forever...
 
2014-02-25 10:44:24 AM

Diogenes: bdub77: Diogenes: Robin then abruptly cancelled his show, saying he had throat problems.  But the cancellation was solely so he could sit with his wife and try to change her mind.

Aha!  He also cancelled the following night's gig at Universal Studios' Mardi Gras.

I couldn't go because I had pager coverage anyway.  But it's the first time I ever got a cancellation email fro U. Studios for one of the Mardi Gras performances.  He was the big draw this season.

They could probably replace him with 1980s George Michael and no one would notice, even if he was found sucking dicks in a bathroom.

I have a pass so I go when I feel like it and don't have weekend pager (which is half my weekends in a year and it sucks and makes me stabby).  But you're right - I really don't feel like I personally missed anything even if he were this year's big thing.

Barenaked Ladies the weekend before.  They were fun and it was a solid performance.  And I think Collective Soul coming up.  As I said to someone who sniped at me for the acts:  "Dude.  Free concert.  And if it sucks I'll go get loaded and ride roller coasters."  Really can't beat that.


They actually get pretty good acts for a theme park.

Maybe I'm cynical but I figured this guy ended the marriage because of the sudden increase in poon raining on him. It sounds like maybe his wife just wasn't feeling it anymore. She got sick of his shiat.
 
2014-02-25 10:50:34 AM

WienerButt: They actually get pretty good acts for a theme park.


I've seen some awesome performances.  And some rather unexpected.  Cyndi Lauper played like one of her signature songs.  The rest of the time she played blues and was unbelievable.

Al Green - like going to the most awesome and fun church ever.

Donna Summer - glad I caught her before she died.  Still delivered.

That's not to say there weren't some stinkers, too.  Sugar Ray bombed hard - on St. Patty's Day no less.  How can even a bad band bomb on that day?  Everyone is wasted?  McGrath talked farking politics between songs.  Awful.

WienerButt: Maybe I'm cynical but I figured this guy ended the marriage because of the sudden increase in poon raining on him. It sounds like maybe his wife just wasn't feeling it anymore. She got sick of his shiat.


I don't think that's much of stretch.  But it's not like Patton isn't a hottie.  I guess we all tend to take what we have for granted.
 
2014-02-25 10:51:54 AM
Salvage is marriage, marriage is salvage... SALVAGE IS MARRIAGE!!!

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2014-02-25 10:51:59 AM

Diogenes: Try and understand the crappy writing, will ya?


It works if you read it with a Cockney accent.
 
2014-02-25 10:52:02 AM

WienerButt: It sounds like maybe his wife just wasn't feeling it anymore. She got sick of his shiat.


She hated all those blurred lines...
 
2014-02-25 10:53:18 AM
WienerButt: Maybe I'm cynical but I figured this guy ended the marriage because of the sudden increase in poon raining on him. It sounds like maybe his wife just wasn't feeling it anymore. She got sick of his shiat.

Perhaps he blurred the line between fidelity and infidelity.
 
2014-02-25 10:55:08 AM
Sometimes an open marriage is only so open. Then it's cracked so wide open, a convoy of hookers drives right through. And one of the couple or both suddenly gets jealous and wants monogamy.

You have to wait a long time for the hookers to clear out.
 
2014-02-25 10:58:34 AM

Ninja Otter: WienerButt: It sounds like maybe his wife just wasn't feeling it anymore. She got sick of his shiat.

She hated all those blurred lines...


But he's trying to change her mind because he knows she wants it.
 
2014-02-25 11:08:13 AM

TheShavingofOccam123: bdub77: Diogenes: Robin then abruptly cancelled his show, saying he had throat problems.  But the cancellation was solely so he could sit with his wife and try to change her mind.

Aha!  He also cancelled the following night's gig at Universal Studios' Mardi Gras.

I couldn't go because I had pager coverage anyway.  But it's the first time I ever got a cancellation email fro U. Studios for one of the Mardi Gras performances.  He was the big draw this season.

They could probably replace him with 1980s George Michael and no one would notice, even if he was found sucking dicks in a bathroom.

Pops could probably sub for him. Their voices--at least when they talk--are amazingly alike.

According to Robin, Alan Thicke, his father, wanting him to focus on his studies and graduate high school before pursuing music, would not pay for Thicke's vocal group, As One, to record a 4 song demo tape. The $1,000 demo ultimately was paid for by an uncle of one of the group members, Al Jarreau.
Thicke moved out on his own at age 17, during his senior year of high school, earning a living and supporting himself as a professional record producer and songwriter.

Alan, oops. He's going to hate you forever...


Al Jarreau was responsible for breaking up yet another family. Damn him.
 
2014-02-25 11:11:21 AM
What rhymes with alimony?
 
2014-02-25 11:17:57 AM

cgraves67: Ninja Otter: WienerButt: It sounds like maybe his wife just wasn't feeling it anymore. She got sick of his shiat.

She hated all those blurred lines...

But he's trying to change her mind because he knows she wants it.


Well, she is the hottest biatch in this place.
 
2014-02-25 11:21:07 AM
Bound to happen, wife at home with the kid, you out on the road lotsa young women throwing themselves at you, a few pictures online of your hand all over a girls butt.
 
2014-02-25 12:23:52 PM
bdub77:

They could probably replace him with 1980s George Michael and no one would notice, even if he was found sucking dicks in a bathroom.

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The gif posted by  WordsnCollision seemed better suited for this post.
 
2014-02-25 01:05:38 PM
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\the tail section is where all the succulent people are
 
2014-02-25 01:41:50 PM

Diogenes: McGrath talked farking politics between songs. Awful.


I wonder what his FARK handle is...

Sybarite: What rhymes with alimony?


"Hug me," if the song is to be believed...

/I guess
 
2014-02-25 02:14:03 PM

Ninja Otter: WienerButt: It sounds like maybe his wife just wasn't feeling it anymore. She got sick of his shiat.

She hated all those blurred lines...


Best to get a solid block of cash in her own account before he blows it all.
 
2014-02-25 03:37:36 PM

xanadian: Diogenes: McGrath talked farking politics between songs. Awful.

I wonder what his FARK handle is...


I kept yelling "Take it to the Politics tab!!!" but I guess he didn't hear me.
 
2014-02-25 05:13:17 PM

Diogenes: xanadian: Diogenes: McGrath talked farking politics between songs. Awful.

I wonder what his FARK handle is...

I kept yelling "Take it to the Politics tab!!!" but I guess he didn't hear me.


He had you on "ignore".
 
2014-02-25 08:01:38 PM
OMG.  I don't keep up with the kids these days, but I've seen photos of this dude on the net a time or two.  I was wondering why he's always wearing sunglasses.  After today I shall wonder no more.  That is truly ghastly.
 
2014-02-25 09:30:28 PM
He behaves the way he looks, like some jive-ass 70s pimp.
 
2014-02-26 07:31:15 AM

baconbeard: "try and salvage is marriage"? What does that even mean?


Cockney accent.  "Troy an' salvage 'is marriage."
 
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