Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan share a child, and I’m sure memories, together. You know what they don’t share? Pointed barbs, in tense exchanges in front of people. At least that’s what People.com would lead us to believe with their newest headline: Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan ‘Are Both Very Respectful’ of Each Other as They Date New People.
So what does this mean? I’m guessing that Channing doesn’t roll up in a monster truck with his girlfriend in tow at 2 in the morning, blaring Scorpion’s Rock You Like a Hurricane, while he does donuts on Jenna’s front lawn. Grossly and innapropriately making out in front of Jenna; and then when told to leave, flips the bird and roars out of there, waking the neighbors up and causing a scene. Or that Jenna doesn’t bring her new boyfriend to parent/teacher conferences proudly displaying her newly inked matching his and hers tattoos, and then spends the entire conference loudly complaining about Channing to anyone within ear shot, and blaming him for all the troubles 2018 has bestowed upon us.
No, these two are keeping it respectful—which according to People.com means:
As Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan continue with their divorce, the two are being considerate of each other as they date new people.
“Jenna and Channing are both very respectful of each other, but she’s ready to move on with her life,” a source tells PEOPLE of the former couple.
The insider adds, “She’s feeling hopeful about the future and her friends are also really excited to see her so happy.”
I’m all for being happy—especially when going through a divorce. Good on ya, Channing and Jenna!
That said, this feel like the perfect opportunity to swap ex-being-a-bone-head stories, because those are always fun.
Unfortunately, I don’t have a lot, because I subscribe to the school of thought that once it’s over, we should never see each other again. But when I broke up with the dude who made doll’s clothing, he definitely asked for his action figures and condiments back, which for some reason he decided to keep both at my home. That’s not so much as being a bonehead as continuing your commitment towards being a weirdo.
Ok, share yours!
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