Angelina Jolie Continues To Buy Brad Pitt's Love By Buying Him A $1.6 Million Helicopter

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Tuesday, 15 May 2012

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The $1.6 Million Cloud 9 Helicopter that Angelina Jolie bought for her fiancé Brad Pitt.

PROVENCE, France - Close friends of Angelina Jolie have remarked that as the actress has gotten older she has also become a lot more insecure.

Bedroom Pillow Talk reported that one of Jolie's very close friends Winnie Suzy Willowick, 37, recently stated that last year Angie bought Brad a very expensive Babe Ruth rookie baseball card.

This past Valentine's Day Jolie purchased a race horse whose lineage is traced back to one of the greatest thoroughbred race horses of all time Secretariat.

And Jolie's most recent gift to her soon-to-be-husband is a $1.6 million Norwegian-made helicopter.

Miss Willowick confided to BPT's Summersetter Faxx that Angie is so scared that Brad will leave her and return to his ex-wife Jennifer Aniston who would take him back quicker than Queen Latifah can say "Pass me a biscuit."

Willowick told Faxx that Jolie has a tremendous fear that Aniston will hit her with a 'what goes around comes around' move and she'll steal Brad away from her (AJ) just like she (AJ) stole Brad away from her (JA).

And so Angelina Jolie will continue to buy all kinds of really neat things for Brad to keep him as happy as a woodpecker in an abandoned log cabin.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: Well at least until she gets his wedding ring around her finger and then Brad had better hold on to his butt because Jolie will change quicker that a Dutch West Wakaboonka tri-colored chameleon lizard.]

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