His acrimonious divorce from Amber Heard, after just 15 months of marriage, was finalized in January.And Johnny Depp, 53, is ready to look to the future now, with sources close to the actor saying he's getting his life back to normal and is even dating.'He is taking work seriously and seems healthy,' a source close to the star revealed to People.'He spends time with his kids and is dating a bit.' they added.Yiddish offers more ways of identifying various kinds of "idiots" (with all their subtle variations) than Eskimos have for different kinds of snow.
Depp eventually agreed to pay his ex a million settlement."r" is gently rolled, as the single "r" in Spanish or French.(pronunciation guide added only to words whose pronunciation might be questionable from the spelling.When there might be a question of a slight change of spelling giving a totally different meaning (i.e. It's used the way Yiddish speakers use "tsooris" (meaning trouble, worries, grief.) Tsooris is perhaps more serious than mere agita, but in many sentences they can be used interchangeably. " This is a word my grandmother used to use, and for decades, we all thought it was Yiddish for skin mole.Alta Kocker: literally, an old shit; or as we say in English, an old fart. Years later, long after she was gone, I was traveling in eastern Europe and learned this is the word for blueberry in many Slavic languages (as well as in Yiddish). And Wisteria Lane could not hold a candle to the intrigues that went on in those places, especially since the husbands often stayed in the city to work during the week and only joined their families upstate on the weekends. Bubbellah: (the "u" is pronounced like the "oo" in book) an affectionate way of refering to someone, much like "darling" or "sweetheart." Bubbies call their grandchildren "bubbellah." Close friends and long-time business partners might call each other "bubbellah," or boubbie, for short. the shorter "u" in Bubby, below.) Also, the nickname of a kosher-for-Passover pancake made with matzoh meal and eggs. "I just put out that bowl of nuts and you Chazzerai: (khaz-zer-rye) literally, pig slop.
TMG claim they told Depp his monthly expenses of $2 million were unsustainable.