Monday, May 18, 2009

Katie and Peter: Aunty Madame Arcati offers her unparalleled advice


I am rarely tempted to comment on marital or other types of relationship breakup. Frankly, I couldn't care less. Couples are bad enough together, all smug and cummed up, posing about arm-in-arm like a body parts graft gone wrong. Such persons are scarcely deserving of further consideration when through their own immaturity, egotism, selfishness, treachery or whatever they split up and then demand yet more attention separately. It's too much.

These are my thoughts as I turn to the topic du jour, Katie Price and Peter Andre. My understanding is that as a result of Katie sticking her tongue down the throat of a gay equestrian in a Bristol nightclub, Peter swanned off somewhere warm in a strop. His brothers then cooked up a barbie as he pulled saaaad, unshaven faces for the paps. Meantime, Katie swanned off to the Maldives - where you find those gorgeous beach houses on stilts; and, btw, I can highly recommend the island of Thudufushi. Yum yum. She then posed for tabloid pics while feeding her brats their Weetabix. That Princess is a handful.

So, what's the problem? Instead of bickering in the hell of wedded togetherness, and having to dream up various stressful notice-me stunts for their ITV2 fly-on-the-wall show, they can each now, singly, luxuriate in ambient climatic warmth and oceanic tranquility, free of strife, free of the impulse to fill the silences with their idiotic chatter (which so often leads to discord), with time to think about really important things, like the improved Hubble Telescope whose new lens will advance our deep space gawp to within 600,000,000 light years of creation.

Katie and Peter should use this time apart to ponder on the infantilising effect of coupledom, and relish the liberation that arises from permanent separation. With sufficient dedication to this end, each individuality will ripen in the sun of uplifting aloneness, unfettered by the noise of another child-adult. I cannot think of one single advantage in their reunion: only the rows, more tiresome fly-on-the-walls, walkings-out, the he-said-she-saids in the tabloids and shit weekly sleb mags for girlies, all the stuff that turns people into crutches. The singleton is the sage of this age. Set an example to the kids and give a fellow adult a break. Doublebeds should be banned.

Only if Katie and Peter promise to bring back their TV talk show will I consider countenancing a reunion - more about which clear here.

8 comments:

Katie Price's mum said...

go fuck yourself

Anonymous said...

"The singleton is the sage of this age."

Perhaps you've been single too long. Do you go around telling people you are too set in your ways to get along with anyone? (proper English for "I've grown too old and tired to put up with anybody's shit"). When done right, companionship of a partner makes all the other nonsense you have to put up with in your everyday life worthwhile.

Something is wrong with Katie, though; she is not happy and is taking it out on Peter. I'm saddened to see it happen - they are a sweet looking couple; I wish they could work it out.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=jbbG7EfMqZw

Anonymous said...

Crud off

An Aesthete's Lament said...

I could not care less about them.

veritas said...

My real concern in any tragic marriage break-up is the for the off-spring and such ,and the awful effect a split can have on a family.

So my question is-in the following court proceedings and carve up of assets..which one gets Max Clifford ?

Madame Arcati said...

No, I don't tell people I'm set in my ways.

Anonymous said...

Whoever you are, you should go into therapy and sort yourself out. You're probably quite a lonely person.

Cosmo ed said...

"The singleton is the sage of this age." Great line. Can we use it?