CARMEL, California - Clint Eastwood who gained worldwide fame after leaving the 50s television western series Rawhide and going to Italy to film the so-called Spaghetti Westerns is not a happy camper at the moment.
Eastwood, who is 83, told Hollywood Innuendo's Fajita San Guacamole that contrary to what several publications are saying his wife Dina did not dump him.
The man who also starred in the Dirty Harry series of movies, said that it was actually he who dumped her.
He said that he got fed up with her burning the toast just about every morning. He noted that she would just laugh and tell him to get a knife and scrape off the burned part.
Eastwood said that he would tell her to change the toaster settings but she would say that she did not know how to work the apparatus.
He said he'd show her, but then the next day, she would forget. Eastwood said it was as if was just trying to push his friggin buttons.
The slow-talking actor said that Dina can keep the house but that he wants all of the livestock including Puddles the goat, Lulu the ostrich, and Carmelita the giraffe.
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