Pitt Heals Friends Rift

Pitt Heals Friends Rift

There are 26 comments on the PR-inside.com story from Nov 28, 2007, titled Pitt Heals Friends Rift. In it, PR-inside.com reports that:

“He (Pitt) can't bear to think of Jen lonely.”

A rift between COURTENEY COX and JENNIFER ANISTON has been healed by an unlikely mediator - the ALONG CAME POLLY star's ex-husband BRAD PITT. via PR-inside.com

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the sun tabloid makes

France

#1 Nov 28, 2007
lies for stupid people, in fish and chip wrappers
blondie

Alexandria, VA

#2 Nov 29, 2007
the sun tabloid makes wrote:
lies for stupid people, in fish and chip wrappers
I agree.

Meanwhile, here is a song dedication to Brad and
Angelina:

"Your My Everything" by The Temptations (1967)

; You surely must know magic, girl,
Because you changed my life.
It was dull and ordinary,
You made it sunny and bright.
I was blessed the day I found you.
I'm gonna build my whole world around you.
You're everything good, girl,
And you're all that matters to me.
When my way was dark,
And trouble was near,
Your love provided the light
So I could see, girl.
Just knowing your love was near,
When times were bad,
Kept the world from closing in on me.
I was blessed the day I found you.
I'm gonna build my whole world around you.
You're everything good, girl,
And you're all that matter to me.
Baby, you're part of every thought I think each day.
Your name's in every phrase my lips say.
Every dream I dream is about you,
Baby I couldn't live without you.
Baby, baby, baby, baby, baby.
You're my everything.
You're my everything.
You're the girl I sing about
In every love song I sing.
You're my winter, baby,
My summer, my fall and spring.
I was blessed the day I found you.
I'm gonna build my whole world around you.
You're everything good, girl
And you're all that matters to me.
You're my everything.
You're my everything (fade out).

www.youtube.com
mayson

San Mateo, CA

#3 Nov 30, 2007
This is hard to beleive only because we all know Jolie would Not let Brad stick his cheating nose in Jenns affairs especially this one!
Bradley go and tick Jolie off hmmm....Naw hes a wimp with no [email protected]!hehehe
Says he talked to David A,and well thats the story,but is Brad staying in touch with him?????
smile
blondie

Fort Huachuca, AZ

#4 Nov 30, 2007
FAke Story:

Hello, Brad. This is David.
Look mad, I need your help.
The coo-coo kity-kats are at it again.
Yes. They are clawing and scratching at
each other, again.

You've gotta help me out, man.
I can't get any sleep.
I can't sleep.
All they have been doing for days
is to cry and whine. Whine and cry.

Each one is telling me all of the dirty
faults and the nasty news on the other,
and I am caught right in the middle.
Each one trys to blame me,
for liking the other one more than them.

Brad, if you don't help me out, man,
I am going to have to pack up, and
move in with you, Angelina, and the kids.
I CAN not take anymore. I am in tears.
(booooooo-hoooooo-hoooooo!!!!)

David, let me talk it over with Angelina,
and I will try to get back with you...(click.)

Angelina looks at what Brad is doing,
and she asks Brad what he is doing,
and Brad says:

"Oh, nothing sweetheart. I am just disconnecting
the phone, and fixing the phone so that the
calls will go unanswered for a day or two.
This way we can avoid a little unnecessary trouble
and headache."

"Oh, I get it Brad. It must be THEM."

"Yes, darling. But not to worry. They will just
land on someone else's doorstep with THAT riddiculous nonsense. Let's kiss, baby."
blondie

Fort Huachuca, AZ

#5 Nov 30, 2007
(above: should say: Look, man, I need your help.
aquarius

Queensbury, NY

#6 Dec 6, 2007
My guess - it's all publicity for DIRT. Like any friends, I'm sure they have their disagreements, but they are solid friends.
Sharon

Englewood, CO

#7 Dec 6, 2007
They've been friends for such a long time and every friendship goes through some bad times. Even if they're going through a difficult time right now, I'm sure that in the end, they'll be fine. They are probably missing each other, if this rumour is true. However, I don't believe that Brad would even dare to stick his nose into Jennifer's business right now.
blondie

Fort Huachuca, AZ

#8 Dec 6, 2007
Fake Story:

Yes, Jennifer. You are right. I AM mad at you.
How COULD you tell people that you wanted to be
OPRAH for a day....and not ME? I am your best
friend, forever. So. I am mad.
blondie

Fort Huachuca, AZ

#9 Dec 7, 2007
Fake Story:

Well, Courteney, if I were Oprah for a day,
then naturally, I would let you be Gail for
that very same day, and we could continue
being best, best friends and things would
just be like normal, right?

I would never leave you out, Courteny....or
may I CALL YOU Gail, for short???? Your know
that you are my little girl!!! And oh, when
you are smiling....

It brings a song to my mind:

"When My Little Girl Is Smiling," by the
Drifters: www.youtube.com

Ev'ry time my baby and I have a quarrel,
I swear I won't give in.
Then my baby starts to smile at me,
and I know, I know I just can't win.

When My Little Girl Is Smiling
There's nothing more I can Say.
I see those big bright eyes
and then I realize
that girl is gonna get her way

When My Little Girl Is Smiling
I can't stay mad at her for long.
Why should I want to fight
when I can hold her tight?
I just don't care who's right or wrong.

When My Little Girl Is Smiling
it's the greatest thrill there can be.
She gets her way it's true,
but I know I won't be blue
as long as she just smiles for me
blondie

United States

#10 Dec 8, 2007
I am so very greatful
that some of the mush that I typed
got erased. I was off my rocker,
more than usual, today.

My silliness ran over the cup.
I deserve riddicule from mayson
and chick flick.

I think that I will mark this day
as my first step towards breaking
my computer addiction.

Day one....my butt.

I just saw the movie called, "Gone Baby Gone."
I have only one word to say: "Fantastic."

As a director, Ben Affleck is super good.
In my opinion, he has found his calling.
He is a very good director.

I loved the script. The plot. All of it.
It left my stomach in knots. My brain was
steaming when I got to my car. I just sat
there in a daze. I wanted to cry, scream,
puke, and just talk about it until there
were no more words left to say. For the first
time in a long time, I actually wanted a tall
cold beer.

Bravo, Ben Affleck. Bravo!!!
All of the actors were great.
I loved seeing this movie, and yet...
I will be forever haunted by it.
Why did you do this to me????

I will be glad when I
have something else on my mind.
blondie

Alexandria, VA

#11 Dec 9, 2007
"Gone Baby Gone."
I was so engrossed in this movie,
that I did not even bother to
take out the sandwitch and soda
that I carefully sneaked into the movie with.

You can not take your eyes
off of the screne for an instant.
The movie captures you
and does not let you go,
until the very end.

At the end, all of the pieces
come together, and you are left
speechless, dazed, and in complette
trauma. Ben Afflect, IMO, is a
force to be reckond with.

Move over Brad, and invite Ben
to finally join the big dogs,
and sit among the red hot A-Listers.
Blondie

Alexandria, VA

#12 Dec 10, 2007
Today is Monday, December the 10th, 2007,
and it is 12:52 p.m.

It is time for lunch, and a Spanish pause.

I must leave you for the day.

I had fun. Take care. Best wishes to you all.

Be nice. Stop the violence. Keep the anger
to a minimum.

So winter is here. Get a book to read.
One of my favorites is a book called:

"Love Creeps," by Amanda Filipacchi.
Fiction/Satire (2005)

You can't put it down.
You can get it from a library, if you want to.
Blondie

Alexandria, VA

#13 Dec 10, 2007
Another book that you can not put down,
is a book called, "Under The Skin,"
by my favorite author, Michael Faber.

This book is too much!!!
You will die, reading this book!
Gulf Coaster

Duarte, CA

#14 Feb 12, 2008
WEll, I'm reading your oldies, Blond Brownie since you have left the building. Hope you are okay and leave me a full chocolate chip cookies. I got the $4.00 bag of chocolate chips before I realized it was LENT.

What are you giving up for LENT?
BLONDIE

Chapin, SC

#15 Feb 12, 2008
Way back in the 70's I studied and became
a Catholic. I only got to go through lent
once. I gave up beer and alcohol for 40 days
and 40 nights. It was great.

But then I made the terrible mistake of
going to confession!!!

The Priest listened,
and then, I swear, he excommunicated me
right there on the spot!!!

I kid you not!!!
And then he told me that the man
that I was very happily married to
may be legally marrried, but in the eyes
of the church, he was still married to his
his first wife!!

That was the end of THAT!!!

I never talk about religion. It is more
personal that most things. And you tend to
step on peoples toes after a few words, unless
you make up your mind to agree with every word
that they say, even when you don't mean it.

Jews. I wish that they were allowed to marry
outside of their religion, because I have found
them to be...the men especialy, so interesting,
smart, and Gosh, I lusted after some of the really cute ones....I've been wanting to say
that for years and years. Now that I am old, I
think that I might be able to get away with it.

When I was young, marrying outside of your religion, Political following, race, and pet
preference was social suicide.

The feeling of not being good enough for their
family has always haunted me throughout my
entire life. I am very short, you see, and
not keeping up with what was happening in the
world hurt me a lot.

Not knowing how to turn of the high beams
in my first car almost killed me.

Did I tell you that I sent for a free copy
of the Dianetics Book, once, not knowing
that it was recruitment for Scientology.

The freak that contacted me, almost drove me
out of my blasted mind. It was such a stinking
nightmare, that I don't even mention it.

I think he must have died, because he finally
went away. I lied to him and told him that my
name was Mrs. White, so for years, I got calls
asking for Mrs. White.

(Remember that I tend to make up fake stories,
for your reading pleasure.)
Mayson

San Mateo, CA

#16 Feb 12, 2008
Blondie,,,

I have missed you so much!
How are you???
I am so happy you are here I told Pamela it was like ghost town around here!
See ya around....Smile
BLONDIE

Chapin, SC

#17 Feb 12, 2008
Mayson wrote:
Blondie,,,
I have missed you so much!
How are you???
I am so happy you are here I told Pamela it was like ghost town around here!
See ya around....Smile
Thanks, Mayson.
With that sweet thought,
I shall say goodnite,
hopefully, until tomorrow.

I miss all of you guys.
Take care.
Gulf Coaster

Duarte, CA

#18 Feb 13, 2008
BLONDIE wrote:
Way back in the 70's I studied and became
a Catholic. I only got to go through lent
once. I gave up beer and alcohol for 40 days
and 40 nights. It was great.
But then I made the terrible mistake of
going to confession!!!
The Priest listened,
and then, I swear, he excommunicated me
right there on the spot!!!
I kid you not!!!
And then he told me that the man
that I was very happily married to
may be legally marrried, but in the eyes
of the church, he was still married to his
his first wife!!
That was the end of THAT!!!
I never talk about religion. It is more
personal that most things. And you tend to
step on peoples toes after a few words, unless
you make up your mind to agree with every word
that they say, even when you don't mean it.
Jews. I wish that they were allowed to marry
outside of their religion, because I have found
them to be...the men especialy, so interesting,
smart, and Gosh, I lusted after some of the really cute ones....I've been wanting to say
that for years and years. Now that I am old, I
think that I might be able to get away with it.
When I was young, marrying outside of your religion, Political following, race, and pet
preference was social suicide.
The feeling of not being good enough for their
family has always haunted me throughout my
entire life. I am very short, you see, and
not keeping up with what was happening in the
world hurt me a lot.
Not knowing how to turn of the high beams
in my first car almost killed me.
Did I tell you that I sent for a free copy
of the Dianetics Book, once, not knowing
that it was recruitment for Scientology.
The freak that contacted me, almost drove me
out of my blasted mind. It was such a stinking
nightmare, that I don't even mention it.
I think he must have died, because he finally
went away. I lied to him and told him that my
name was Mrs. White, so for years, I got calls
asking for Mrs. White.
(Remember that I tend to make up fake stories,
for your reading pleasure.)
That one was pretty good except you left out Baptists, Methodists, Mormans, Joel Osteen,
prosperity preachers, nondenominational
megachurches, baptisms, communion, and
tithing. Also, Missionaries.

And World Poverty, hunger, and substandard living conditions in say Costa Rica and other parts of South America.
BLONDIE

Chapin, SC

#19 Feb 18, 2008
Here is a stupid question:

If a person wanted to become a missionary,
how do you do it? Do you just stand up in
church and announce it?(That is, if you knew
what a missionary actually is, in the first
place.) Do you need a church to sponsor you.

Why don't the homeless, just become missiionaries,
and travel to far off places, instead of sleeping
on the air-vents on the sidewalks in D.C.,
in the cold of winter??

Just asking?
LoftMeBaby

Duarte, CA

#20 Feb 22, 2008
Missionaries in our church PAY for the privilege of going diffeernt places. Sometimes it's $600.00 for a weekend trip or $1,200 for a week long trip with airfare and bad sleeping, eating and bathing accommodations.

Many of the homeless have places they can go but are mentally ill like my ex who would sleep in his truck out in a pasture or over at the cabinet shop rather than staying at the home I left for him. He wasn't responsible enough to keep the electricity on and I guess he couldn't be trusted with candles or lanterns.

Besides, there was nowhere closeby to eat by our house and he could walk to the store, Dairy Queen, etc. from down in town where the wood-working shop was.

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