May 29, 2010

"And I said, ‘Why did you let me marry this idiot?'"

"He said, ‘I thought you liked him! You look so happy. Your dress was so beautiful. I don’t know. Let me go!’ And I said, ‘Michael, how could you.’ He said, ‘It’s over, relax.’ Then we looked at each other and we started to laugh, we really started to laugh."

When Minelli manhandled Michael.

11 comments:

danielle said...
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danielle said...

I'm a huge MJ fan, and even I can admit its a fact that you should know you're in trouble when you turn to Michael Jackson for adult relationship advice.

Synova said...

I can't add to what danielle said.

Wow.

And she didn't even know who'd paid the bills for her wedding. How do you not know that?

dbp said...

danielle nailed it.

Anybody who relied on Michael Jackson for advice is too much of an idiot to be qualified to judge the idiocy of others.

Ralph L said...

I hope she donates her body to science so someone can find out why the females in her family have no gaydar.

Synova said...

I don't think that any females have reliable gaydar.

knox said...

Love Liza in Arrested Development. After that role, you know she is a good sport and has a great sense of humor about herself.

The Crack Emcee said...

"I hope she donates her body to science so someone can find out why the females in her family have no gaydar."

Fuck, dude, this is an expose' on two gays talking.

Read it again.

Oh, how they laughed!

Methadras said...

Idiots telling other idiots to marry other idiots. Sounds like a sound plan to me.

glam1931 said...

Minnelli. Not Minelli. People have been spelling her name wrong for 40 years, yet they never spell her father's name wrong. What's up with that?

Mitch H. said...

I think I accidentally stumbled upon this wedding party - or at least a segment of it - in lower Manhattan in March of 2002. For some reason, I decided to go walking in Manhattan, see some of the St. Patty's Day parade, and ended up walking a good chunk of Midtown, from the West Village through Soho down through Tribeca, Wall Street and the Battery, then back north-east towards a subway station & back to Jersey.

There were a bunch of people in formal dress blocking part of Wall Street in that area which is all featureless office buildings, and when I asked someone standing there what was going on, they said "Minelli wedding". I may have wondered why somebody would get hitched in such a peculiar location, but frankly there were more interesting things to see that day... like the detachments of soldiers in the parade, kitted out in full, pugnacious battle-rattle. Everyone was in a pretty militant mood in March, 2002 - even lefty Manhattan.