Women have long complained about a man's inability to commit——ie, reluctance to marry. And oh, the excuses. "I don't have enough money." "In this crazy world marriage doesn't mean anything." And of course that all time favorite "You're too good for me."
But now actor Brad Pitt, who actually was married for awhile to someone else, has uttered the ultimate politically correct rationale to the persistent questions of when he'll marry his present beloved, recent mother of his biological child, previous and still mother to two other adopted children.
"Angie and I will consider tying the knot when everyone else in the country who wants to be married is legally able," the 42—year—old actor reveals in Esquire magazine's October issue, on newsstands Sept. 19.
Hmmm, does this mean he endorses the ideas of the breakaway Mormon sect leader who feels he has the right to marry many, many adolescent girls but those narrow minded laws consider him a criminal? How about brothers and sisters, dads and daughters, mothers and sons, all cruelly restrained by those intolerant incest laws?
Just asking Brad and Angelina, just asking.
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