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You may find this surprising, but Donald Trump does not find Rosie O’Donnell to be quite the sexy beast that the rest of us find her.
Donald was on Extra the other night commenting on Rosie’s life with depression. The Trumpet stated that “all Rosie has to do is look in the mirror and she suffers from depression.
” Oh that Trump is a quick one! Seriously, what’s funny about that to me is that he is famous for these 2nd-grader insults, yet he thinks these insults are brilliant. The Apprentice.
Rosie fought back on her blog by stating:
“The dump truck is at it again,
so hurtful 2 know he doesnt find me attractive
as it has been my goal
for so long
to give a balding billionaire a boner.”
Yeah the thought of all of that just made me throw up a little in my mouth.
Since when is Rosie the moral authority America? Rosie was spewing out insanity on “The View” yesterday about America Idol. To quote Rosie (using quotation marks):
“Isn’t that what America thinks is entertainment? To make fun of someones physical appearance and then when they leave the room laugh hysterically at them – three millionaires, one probably intoxicated.”
Boooo to Rosie. She said “To make fun of someones physical appearance…” Didn’t she make fun of Donald Trumps hair? Yeah, that’s the same thing Rosie. If you can’t make fun of someones physical appearance what can you make fun of? I mean, that’s all I have left really. Is The View supposed to be entertainment? If by “entertainment” you mean “a show that makes my ears bleed” then ‘yes’ The View is VERY entertaining.
Sit on it and spin, Rosie. And then spin some more. Then, stand up after you’re done spinning and try to run across the room without falling. Please make sure to film that. Then send it in to America’s Funniest Home Videos. Bonus points if you get hit in the nuts with a golf ball. Collect your prize money. Repeat as necessary.
While Madonna was on the Today show to discuss her new movie, “Arthur and the Invisible” (Madonna does a voice-over….listen for the partial British accent) and even discussed the situation between Rosie and Donald. So, Madonna basically called Rosie a horse. Here’s what Madonna had to say:
“I don’t know exactly the context of what she said. I have to hear it from the horse’s mouth. She’s a standup comic. All standup comics talk about provocative things in their monologues before shows….People are giving Rosie a hard time. I wish they’d stop, I don’t think it’s fair.”
That’s nice Madonna, calling your friend a horse. Ok sure so she was trying to defend Rosie, but poor choice or words…poor choice of “fake British accent spoken words.”
Seriously, the high-school fight between Donald Trump and Rosie O’Donnell continues and this time a note has been passed. No joke. Entertainment Tonight
got a copy of a letter that Donald wrote to Rosie. Let’s read it, shall we?
I hope you had a wonderful vacation with your wife — you needed the rest. An article in today’s New York Post indicates that you blew up at BARBARA WALTERS for being a ‘liar.’ Actually, I don’t blame you, but in fact she lied to both of us! After your maniacal and foolish rant against me two weeks ago, Barbara called me from her vacation (I did not call her) in order to apologize for your behavior. She had heard that I was going to retaliate against you and tried to talk me out of it. She very much wanted me to go on the show as soon as she got back so that she could ‘patch things up’ (I said no). To be exact, she said that ‘working with her is like living in hell’ and, more pointedly, ‘Donald, never get into the mud with pigs’ and, ‘don’t worry, she won’t be here for long.’ Barbara knows exactly what she told me over the phone and she has to live with it. Perhaps that’s why her initial statement was so mild!
In another incident, when I saw her eating at Le Cirque about two months ago and asked how ‘Rosie was doing,’ she sarcastically rolled her eyes and said ‘Donald, do you have to ruin my meal.’ In any event, you have a good reason to be angry. Please give my warmest regards to Kelly!
Donald J. Trump
P.S. I was surprised that you let your spat with Barbara get into the newspapers, but, as I have always said and as you proved with Rosie, the magazine, you are very self destructive. You must work on this for your own good!”
Ok, so that’s how the letter went down. Here’s how I think his original draft went:
What’s up? N/M/H. Barbara Walters is a wicked liar and I think you’re kinda dumb too (The Apprentice on NBC). I was really pissed at you when you said what you said to me in homeroom the other day. I don’t even have 2 say it ‘cuz you know what you said (The Apprentice on NBC). Do you wanna bury the hachet so we can be BFF again? Please circle “yes” or “no” at the end of this note. After you answer please pass this to Melania in Geometry and she’ll give it to Carolyn in Biology who will then pass it to be in gym (The Apprentice on NBC).
P.S Don’t always be a biotch.
P.S.S. Wanna go to prom with me?
D to the Onald. (The Apprentice on NBC)
Even when Whitney tries to clean up her act, her crazy-ass past comes back to visit…and I’m grateful it does! Back in the day Whitney once told Newsweek Magazine that Rosie O’Donnell was a “fat bitch.” Seriously, I love that. I mean, it’s not because she’s attacking someones weight, but more so because it just came out of Whitney Houston’s mouth. I say, if she’s so fat where are the receipts?
Allison Samuels, veteran Newsweek corespondent, is writing a book titled, “Off the Record” and is claiming that Whitney called Rosie a “fat bitch” after Rosie once implied that Whitney had a drug problem. Allison Samuels and Newsweek decided not to use the quote at the time because they felt that it could damage Houston’s career and because she was “not in her right mind.” However, I guess they think it’s ok to use the quote now because there’s a book to sell. I say sell out and sell out big! That’s my motto!