Eat, Pray, Love author divorces man she married after leaving her first husband

06 Jul


Anyone who is surprised this happened… is incredibly naïve. The precedent was already set; she’s just following the pattern she already established.

She will likely end up all alone with her cats, and a freezer of ice cream. 😉


Eat, Pray, Love: Elizabeth Gilbert and her Brazilian stud Felipe Eat, Pray, Love: Elizabeth Gilbert and her Brazilian stud

Does abandoning your marriage in order to travel the world indicate that a woman has the character necessary for a life-long married love? Let’s look at a case in which a famous feminist abandoned her husband to travel to have adventures.

The New York Times writes:

Elizabeth Gilbert, whose best-selling 2006 memoir, “Eat Pray Love,” traced a journey of self-discovery around the world that continues to resonate with fans, announced a new chapter on Friday.

[…]Ms. Gilbert, speaking directly to her readers in a Facebook post, said that after 12 years she was separating from José Nunes, the Brazilian importer whom she met during her travels and later married, and who was a central character in the book.

“I am separating from the man whom many of you know as ‘Felipe,’ ” she wrote of her husband, referring to his pseudonym…

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Posted by on July 6, 2016 in Uncategorized


18 responses to “Eat, Pray, Love author divorces man she married after leaving her first husband

  1. Socially Extinct

    July 6, 2016 at 8:57 am

    Eat, Pray, Leave.

  2. Peter Blood

    July 6, 2016 at 4:40 pm

    She’s probably doing it as part of a sequel she’s working on. Women will buy it to find out her latest secret to happiness.

    • feeriker

      July 6, 2016 at 9:24 pm

      If the comments in the various MSM sites about this are anything to judge by, Lizzy Gilbert has long since had her 15 minutes of fame, and she ain’t gonna ever regain it. The most polite thing people are saying about her –and by “people,” I mean women— is that she’s a delusional dipshit. At worst, she’s being called a monumentally selfish cunt. Again, these are WOMEN saying this about her. They’ve also discovered, albeit belatedly, what a reeking, steaming literary shit pile her original work is, so I’ve no doubt that they’ll find any sequel to be an even bigger, smellier literary shit pile. And the movie based on the literary shit pile isn’t getting rave reviews either.

      No, I think that unless LIzzy invested the royalties and residuals of her original literary and cinematic shit piles into some high-performing off-shore investments, she’d better go locate an old resume and update it. I don’t think she’s gonna be making any additional fortunes off of advertising herself as a modern, self-centered, shallow, untrustworthy, entitled, narcissistic, over-the-hill, neurotic harridan. That shit be played out.

      • Will S.

        July 7, 2016 at 12:40 am

        I hope even modern women are starting to learn…

      • Peter Blood

        July 7, 2016 at 10:34 am

        Amazing, but you keep up better on these things than I do.

    • Will S.

      July 7, 2016 at 12:40 am

      Supposedly, she won’t say why this happened; ‘it’s personal’, even though she blabbed all before…

      • feeriker

        July 7, 2016 at 1:17 am

        “Common” sense tells us that there are really only three plausible reasons:

        1. Jose belatedly realized what a self-centered, shallow, bitchy, untrustworthy narcissist he had married and decided that dying alone, senile, neglected, and in dire poverty back in Brazil was a more appealing option than living even one more day with “THAT.” (He probably also admits, at least to himself, to being a monumentally naive and gullible “mark” who, to be honest, probably somewhat deserves his impending fate).

        2. Lizzy belatedly realized that Jose, “nice guy” though he is, is still, once all the illusions are dispelled, a seventy-five-year-old gheezer who needs viagra, intense prayer, a technical support team, and an industrial crane to “get it up;*” is as broke as an old washing machine, and never really was “exotic” at all, now that her juvenile AW blinders have fallen off. She’s tired of caring for and feeding him and, delusional as all American women of her stripe are, truly thinks she can still “do better” (cue Comedy Central guffaw track here).

        (* To be fair, that’s what ANY man, of ANY age and health profile would need to “get it up” for Lizzy)

        3. Incurably self-centered narcissist and fame whore that Lizzy is, she sees that the bank account is getting lean, the attention is drying up (as people realize what a contemptuously pathetic fraud she is), and the prospects for gainful employment are nearly non-existent. So it’s time to create more drama in the hopes of cashing in on her past, milking some new life out of the dried and dead laurels, and having another go-round at fame. (This is gonna blow up in her face, BIG TIME.)

      • Will S.

        July 7, 2016 at 1:24 am


        I look at this balding older man, and I think, okay, an average fellow, nothing like the ‘Latin lover’ she led us to believe she’d landed, i.e. some handsome young swarthy embodiment of female romance novel fantasy.

  3. bluebird of bitterness

    July 7, 2016 at 5:28 pm

    Glad I didn’t waste any money or time reading the book or watching the movie.

    • Will S.

      July 7, 2016 at 10:07 pm

      We all know how the story will end, anyway (see my cats and ice cream comment). 😉

      • oogenhand

        July 11, 2016 at 6:39 am

        Another case is the recent alimony ruling against Waleed Juffali. Being a billionaire, he had ONLY to give a paltry hundred million or so to his ex-wife (of Pirelli-fame). This will set precedents, trickling down is trickling down….

      • Will S.

        July 11, 2016 at 11:56 am


  4. Peter Blood

    July 8, 2016 at 12:42 pm

    Maybe she wanted to go to the Rio Olympics and he said, “No f@#$$# way am I going back to that s***thole!” so she dumped him.


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