GEORGE CLOONEY: BYE BYE LOVE

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George Clooney is mourning the loss of the longest lasting love of his life – his pig Max. George got Max back in the eighties from his live-in girlfriend Kelly Preston. His romance with Kelly was over in a year, but Max was in his life until last week when he died of old age at 18. Max ALWAYS lived with George and had run of the house. Sometimes George’s girlfriends were awakened by snorting in their ear when Max hopped into bed with them. Mark Wahlberg says he stayed overnight at George’s place once and woke up to find Max snuggled beside him. Of all George’s girlfriends, Renee Zellweger was really enchanted with Max – she loved the way Max followed George everywhere. George spoiled Max with a $1500 train set (he loved to watch the trains go around) and thought nothing of spending $25 a pound for chocolate covered pretzels for Max. (Pigs love chocolate and it doesn’t hurt them) Who will George share his bed with now?

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Posted by Janet on December 4, 2006

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  1. By Mary Queen of Denial
    On December 4, 2006 at

    My Bet is the stench from Lindsay Lohans Fire Crotch did the poor lil piggy in.

  2. By Hedda Bopper
    On December 4, 2006 at

    Poor George. This pig lasted longer than any of the beards in his life.
    Why do I feel like I want a bacon sandwich right now?
    Oye Vey…………

  3. By ida
    On December 4, 2006 at

    I saw George buying some Jimmy Dean pork sausages at Ralphs so maybe he was buying them to cuddle.

  4. By Anonymous
    On December 5, 2006 at

    Who cares? George Clooney is soooooo over rated as a “sex symbol.” Please.

  5. By Anonymous
    On December 5, 2006 at

    What’s the matter with you hateful assholes? The guy just lost a beloved pet, and — guess what? — no one really gives a shit what you think. Stop trying to be clever — it ain’t working.

  6. By Anonymous
    On December 5, 2006 at

    I’m sorry – when he loves a pig more than people, I don’t feel sorry for him. God, it’s a pet – not his twin brother. Or is it?
    Clooney might be good-looking – but he’s not what he appears. There are some stories that would shock his fans if they were to know.

  7. By Anonymous
    On December 5, 2006 at

    …….
    Georgie is available to marry a woman, finally?

  8. By Anonymous
    On December 6, 2006 at

    Um anonymous 7:43am, Well Im a fan and I would love to know?
    DISH….
    Otherwise why did u say that?

  9. By Anonymous
    On December 6, 2006 at

    I think it’s nice hearing about somebody taking good care of their pet for life. Look at all those other idiot celebrities who had cute pets briefly and got rid of them when they got bored: Michael Jackson, Britney, Paris, etc.

  10. By Anonymous
    On December 7, 2006 at

    If there is such good dish on Clooney, why don’t we hear about it? You never really hear much about him.
    I’d like to know what Tom Selleck is up to these days.

  11. By Pat
    On December 7, 2006 at

    I’m a pig.
    I’m a pig.
    I’m a pig.
    I’m a pig.
    Best joke ever!!

  12. By CAREN
    On December 11, 2006 at

    ALWAYS sad to hear abeloved pet has died!

  13. By Paulette
    On December 12, 2006 at

    I think it’s absolutely lovely that this pig was given such a wonderful life with George Clooney. How I wish I could have been that pig.

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