Thursday, June 30, 2005

George Clooney Biography

"Once, he found a painting of a fat woman in a skip and had an idea. He took the painting, signed it and packed it away. Then, for about a year, he deliberately kept missing golfing appointments with his friend Richard Kind, his excuse being that he had art classes. He'd take Kind to art shops, discussing paint, making him feel the brushes. Then, on Kind's next birthday, George presented him with the painting of the fat lady. It was the first work he'd done, he claimed, of which he and his art teacher were genuinely proud. Kind was touched and hung the piece up in his front-room. Clooney told all of Kind's other friends to marvel at it when in Kind's house, and they did. How pleased Richard was - till Clooney hit him with the awful truth."

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