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Dumpwatch 2006: Now You Can Finally Put Those Endless Preggers Rumors To Rest

TMZ is reporting the Reese and Ryan are ending their seven year marriage.

“We are saddened to announce that Reese & Ryan have decided to formally separate. They remain committed to their family and we ask that you please respect their privacy and the safety of their children at this time.”

Let's just hope for the kids' sake, this one is smoother than Paul & Heather's War Of The Roses currently underway across the pond...


At 10:22 PM, Anonymous Jeremy said...

Ok I don't normally comment on this type of gossip, but I can't resist.

I never thought Ryan was good enough for her. Is that wrong of me to say?

At 12:36 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Across the pond refers to a trip from England to the continent of Europe. Because it's a small distance across the ocean; its teeny so its a like a hop over a pond. I've seen this used here more than once, and it wouldn't be annoying so much if it didnt sound pretentious. Pretentious is bad; pretentious and incorrect is unacceptable.

At 11:01 AM, Blogger Z. Madison said...

anon 12:36 - thanks for the constructive critism, however should my purposely pretentious style annoy you so much, why read this blog at all?

At 1:34 PM, Anonymous Jeremy said...

I was always under the assumption ‘across the pond’ referred to the Atlantic Ocean. My wife and I have made several trips 'across the pond'. And we’re not the only people to use that term in reference to the Atlantic. I think you used the term correctly Z.

Hey anon – I didn’t know there was an ocean between England and the European continent. Are all the maps wrong? Is this your meaning of the phrase because Wikipedia disagrees with you. It’s a good thing you remained anon because at least you won’t be embarrassed by your ignorance.

The word "pond" is sometimes also used to refer to the Atlantic Ocean in the expression "across the pond" (a deliberate idiomatic understatement).

At 1:48 PM, Blogger Z. Madison said...

who's better than you, Jeremy? :)


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