Fabio On George Clooney: "He Is A Dog Whose Noise Is Worse Than His Bite"

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"I was using the industry. I used the fashion industry, the whole business, for money, for chicks, for a lifestyle. But I never let them use me. And now they think I'm still desperate for a job, for work. Like I'll do anything. I don't care if I'm never on TV again." Ah, how we love the smell of bitterness in the morning! Especially when it emanates from the lips of the one, the only...Fabio. The "hunk" is profiled in this month's issue of Details magazine, and if you think he's a little pissy about the fashion industry, he's downright disgusted by George Clooney. And what, you might ask, could these two men possibly have to do with one another? Glad you asked!


"According to Fabio," says Details, "Clooney called [Fabio's female] dinner companions — who'd won the date at a charity auction benefiting the California Highway Patrol — names." What names? "Bitches [and] even badder words," says Fabio, who continues:

This guy, he ate more than he could chew. He laid a hand on me, so it would have been self-defense if I had beaten him down. I could have fucked him up. Oh my god, I could have beaten the shit out of him. I was so pissed off. So I go over and I'm like, 'Listen, I will fuck you up.' Right then, I could have knocked him over and beat him. I could have punched him in the face while he was on his back. That's how you really hurt someone — their face can't amortize the punch so it takes, it takes the whole impact. I am still so pissed at him. To insult women like that. He is a dog whose noise is worse than his bite.

Such tender words from the man who calls himself "a testosterone machine"! And so sensitive to the needs of women! Take Fabio's tale of losing his virginity at age 14 to a 17-year old girl: "She was telling me 'Don't make me pregnant,' and I was like, 'Don't worry, I don't even have sperm yet.'"

Fabio [Details]



Can someone please explain what "amortize" and "punching faces" have to do with one another. My only definition comes from an accounting class, so I must be missing something here...