Mar 30th 2013 7:29PM He seems very pleasant and down to earth.
Sep 9th 2012 8:18PM 8 words why I will never again own a house:
Jun 12th 2012 9:02PM That's nothing new! Anyone remember Tangee Natural lipstick back in the late 50s? It was orange in the tube and turned pink or rose on your lips.
Jan 2nd 2012 8:42PM Don't forget Sinead O'Connor, 18 days.
Dec 16th 2011 5:39PM HOA = Heartless Obstinate @$$#01e$
Nov 25th 2011 4:07PM Amazing! Where can I get one or instructions to make one?
Jul 21st 2011 10:37PM Wasn't there once a baseball commissioner named Kennesaw Mountain Landis? I suppose they could have at least called him Ken.
Anyway, what's wrong wth John and Mary? I named my kids Paul and Barbara
Jun 23rd 2011 8:52AM In vino veritas: In wine there is truth.
Jun 12th 2011 8:59AM Years ago, they would say that he's finally making an "honest woman" of her.
First of all, I think her dress was alot more stylish and attractive than Kate's. Second of all, a white dress never had anything to do with the bride's virginity (or lack of it). Up until Queen Victoria married Prince Albert in 1840, there was no such thing a a "wedding gown" per se; a bride simply wore her best dress. White just wasn't practical. Maybe Victoria just liked the idea of a white dress, but she was quite a trend setter in her time. The Victorians were very much into ostentation, and nothing said "conspicuous consumption" like an elaborate, expensive white dress that the bride would never wear again.
One more thing: What's with the bride and groom dolls she was carrying? Is that a British custom?