When a wife goes online to brag about how loyal her husband is she’s but three smallish steps away from divorce. Eva Amurri who is Susan Sarandon’s daughter and more importantly showed off her spectacular tits on Californication, hosts a blog where she provides inspirational advice to women. For reasons only hubris knows, Amurri confidently shared a story about her handsome former soccer player husband Kyle Martino turned down advances from the couple’s new nanny who had “accidentally” sent him a text message meant for her friend:
OMG. Girl, did I mention to you how hot and sex my Boss is. I would love to fuck his brains out ha haah. Too bad he seems not to like thick Latin women with lots to hold on to LOL.
Martino handed over the text to his wife, along with a story about how he found the nanny in his bedroom and fired her on the spot. He also recorded the entire conversation, the audio tapes of which he handed over to his wife as well. Amurri noted how this entire incident made the couple much closer and how Martino is a ‘legend’ for not falling into the temptation of so many other celebrity dads. That slant is far more inspiring than our nanny was fifteen pounds away from fucking the shit out of my husband in our bed.
Not all men cheat. All men think about cheating. Almost all men who have young nannies laying splayed naked in their bed LOLing plow them. Martino’s attention to detail indicates he’s either scared to shit of his wife or he’s feeling guilty as fuck. A thousand women can pen a thousand advice blogs for women and never catch this. Legends fall hard. Write the post now about how you and the ex remain great friends and co-parents to your daughter. Next time marry an accountant without the six pack.
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