Tuesday, October 3, 2023
HomeOpinionsEven the first lady of Iceland isn't safe from having bad neighbors

Even the first lady of Iceland isn’t safe from having bad neighbors

Flood of woe for first lady

I spent 2009 in Reykjavik. Ólafur Ragnar Grimsson was then-president of Iceland.

At lunch in the presidential dining room first lady Dorrit Moussaieff — whose Israeli family deals in major jewels — featured jeans, thigh-high boots and diamonds. Plus her German shepherd.

One afternoon later she came to my home.

Joan Rivers arrived covered in the fake-o junkola jewelry she sold on TV.

Dorrit? Two long, long, long ropes of real white pearls. Huge. Each bead the size of a kneecap.

As a joke, Joan suggested trading jewelry for the afternoon. They did.

Joan wore the pricey knee-length pearls and Dorrit sported Joan’s crapola. This is to show how easy and good-natured is Dorrit.

Part 2: Dorrit’s London apartment suffered a flood. This was years back and I reported it then.

She believes it might’ve resulted from a fellow resident’s pad.

Moussaieff's London apartment has suffered two floods in recent years.
Moussaieff’s London apartment has suffered two floods in recent years.
Photo by Julian Parker/Mark Cuthbert/UK Press via Getty Images

That fellow resident just bought an insanely expensive shack in the Hamptons and a massive NYC townhouse for north of $50 million.

Recently, there was another flood in the building.

This one, Dorrit believes, came from another fellow resident’s apartment — the owner of a high-end European fashion company. It was sold not too long ago for billions, and I’ve worn some of their shmattas.

She says now: “Our building is now not insured for flood damage. Instead of paying the policy’s increase, [the building’s directors] voted to leave the building uninsured for flood damage. This new [flood] was Aug. 10, and there was a similar incident in May.

The former first lady of Iceland believes the floods were caused by neighbors in the building.
The former first lady of Iceland believes the floods were caused by neighbors in the building.
Dave Benett/Getty Images for V&A

“I’d just finished redecorating. My contents remain uninsured. I have still not been fully reimbursed. No comment from [the other residents] whatsoever.”

Who’s laughing now, UK?

Maybe England needs a giggle due to Prince Horny’s Me-me-me-Meghan who wanted to be a princess then duchess then TV star then maybe divorced then President of the United States — whatever — but the nice, staid BBC just suddenly . . . ready? . . . brace yourselves . . . just dredged up their “funniest” British “quips.”

1. I dated a zookeeper, but it turned out he was a cheetah.

2. A lady said, “Well I’m sorry, but I don’t apologize.”

3. I had a great joke about inflation, but it’s hardly worth it now.

4. Female gossip’s bitchy, but when men do it it’s called a podcast.

5. Do a joke about the Titanic — just to break the ice.

6. How do celiac Germans greet each other? Gluten tag.

7. My friend only tries Starbucks, not the rivals. He’s Costa-phobic.

8. In the “How not to surrender” competition, I won hands down.

9. Nationwide looked silly when they opened their first branch.

10. Grandma says she’s in her “twilight” years. I love that. What a great film.

These were the FUNNIEST. No wonder they lost their Empire.

The BBC should’ve included the one about the man who saw his wife going into the movies with a strange man. But he didn’t follow them. He’d already seen the picture.

Only in New York, kids, only in New York.

Source link

I'm TruthUSA, the author behind TruthUSA News Hub located at https://truthusa.us/. With our One Story at a Time," my aim is to provide you with unbiased and comprehensive news coverage. I dive deep into the latest happenings in the US and global events, and bring you objective stories sourced from reputable sources. My goal is to keep you informed and enlightened, ensuring you have access to the truth. Stay tuned to TruthUSA News Hub to discover the reality behind the headlines and gain a well-rounded perspective on the world.
- Advertisment -

Most Popular

Recent Comments