That Charmer!

Oh my God, look! It’s a ten eight page article on Bill Clinton. I guess the New York Times needed to a) fill up space, and b) get the salesnumbers up or something. Because what sells faster than a Clinton piece? Well, an Obama or a Princess Diana piece might…but only barely. The article starts off by following Mr. Clinton on a trip through Lima, Peru, while he is shopping for souvenirs for family and friends, and I particularly liked this couple of sentences:

Clinton selected one he thought would be great for his friend, Frank Giustra, the Canadian mining mogul, to give to Giustra’s girlfriend. Clinton said he likes picking out gifts for his friends’ wives and girlfriends.

Wink, wink; nudge, nudge. Clinton…women…get it?! Of course you get it. And if you don’t, you’re probably way too young, or completely out of the loop when it comes to American political drama.

If you’re interested in the dynamics of a former President living life while his First Lady is heading up the State Department, this article has a few insights. So you can read on without any further mention of Clintonian tendencies to inadvertently charm women.


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9 Responses to That Charmer!

  1. BuJassem says:

    lol, i guess us men can learn something from billy boy!

  2. Ajla says:

    What “is” is?
    Give me the Bill.
    Look at the Billboard!

    Hahaha, sorry, dry jokes but I can’t help it, the man is just hilarious.

  3. BuJassem, 😆 just make sure you’ll don’t learn too much from him 😛

    Ajla, Give me the bill is what he’s saying when he goes souvenir hunting 😛 It’s ok, I laughed 😆

  4. realistic bird says:

    😯 8 pages for Clinton? Lol the little paragraph you put was enough 😆 there is nothing remotely interesting about the man even his extracurricular activities tsk tsk <_<

    • Oh, there are a few interesting things; as a liberal, people tend to think of him as being for the “little guy,” then all of a sudden you’ll read things about the laws he advocated that were anything but for the little guy. Well, I don’t know if you’d call that interesting so much as ironic!

  5. Ayan says:

    Not much of a charmer to me…

    lol @ learn “too” much from him

    • Oddly enough, some women seemed to find him incredibly charming. I guess they’re the same ones who fall for the bad boys and wonder how everything went so horribly wrong!

  6. BuJassem says:

    hey how’s it going?
    u stopped posting or what?
    btw, forget about the bill klintoner.. check out this guy Neil Strauss.. he’s got Style!
    just kidding, but i’m finding these things so fascinating!

    • It’s going good…no, I haven’t stopped posting altogether, just fell silent. Wow, that Neil Strauss guy–mmmm mmmmm good! The Clintonian is oh-so-forgotten! (Well, I’m just kidding, too. But really, his book sounds like a handy manual for women to read to figure out what types of “charmers” to avoid.)

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