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-He who laughs last thinks slowest.
-Just remember, one good turn gets most of the blankets.
-Someday we'll look back on all this, laugh nervously, then change the subject.
-What goes around gets dizzy and falls over.
-The word of the day is legs. Spread the word!
-Nothing is fool-proof to a talented fool.
-Some people hear voices. Others see invisible people. Some people have no imagination whatsoever.
-Fighting for peace is just like having sex for virginity.
-On the other hand, you have different fingers.
-Stand on toliet--get high on pot.
-You are going to have to accept that on some days, you are the pigeon, and other days, the statue.
-My idea of housework is the sweep the room with a glance.
-A conscience is what hurts when all the rest of your parts feel so good.
-Guns don't kill people. Death does. It's a proven medical fact.
-Those who forget the pasta are condemned to reheat it.
-If not for the last minute, nothing would get done.
-Do not regret growing old; it is a privilege denied to so many.
-Everyone has a photographic memory. Some just don't have film.
-An dyslexic atheist is someone who doesn't believe in Dog.
-I believe that 5 out of 4 people have trouble with fractions.
-Eat right. Exercise. Die anyways.
-A day without sunshine is, like, night.
-Some women get excited over nothing, and then marry him.
-It's always darkest before dawn...so if you want to steal your neighbor's newspaper, that's the time to do it.
-Divorce comes from the Latin word meaning to rip out a man's genitals through his wallet.
-Save a head of lettuce. Eat a vegetarian.
-I tried sniffing coke once, but the ice cubes got stuck in my nose.
-We come into this world naked, wet, and hungry. Things will only get worse.
-There are two theories to arguing with women. Neither one works.
-Love is blind, but marriage is a good eye-opener.
-Three things happen when you get old. First your memory goes, then, um...um...
-Honk if you love peace and quiet.
-I can't promise that I'll try. But I'll try to try.
-The meek shall inherit the earth. After we're through with it.
-Life is a beautiful melody, only the lyrics are messed up.
-Two wrongs are just the beginning.
-Kids in the backseats causes accidents. Accidents in the backseat causes kids.
-Sex: the pleasure is momentary, the position ridiculous, and the expense damnable.
-I don't know what your problem is, but I bet it's hard to pronounce.
-I can't complain, but sometimes I still do.
-I myself have never been able to find out what precisely feminism is; I only know that people call me a feminist whenever I express sentiments that differentiate me from a doormat.
-What do you do if your boyfriend walks-out? Shut the door!
-Everything is possible, except skiing through revolving doors.
-When life hands you lemons, squeeze them between your bitter fingers and throw them against the wall.
-Best way to get a man to do something is to suggest they are too old for it. [kiss]
A cheese-tastic but charming classic
It is an annual tradition for me to watch this every Christmas. Granted, I was only a year old when it came out, but since I have it on tape, I can watch it again and again. Yes, it is a little cheesy and would probably best appeal to a 10-year-old, but it still tickles my fancy to see this.
***SPOILERS*** Although it is HE-MAN'S and SHE-RA'S Christmas special (and even combines the two shows and its respective characters), it basically surrounds Orko, He-Man's annoying creature sidekick, and as per usual, Orko somehow manages to screw things up, in this case, by hopping aboard a rocket ship that was built to keep an eye on Skeletor. After the ship is accidentally launched and crash lands on Earth, he meets two young siblings who've lost their way home, Miguel and Alicia, who in turn, give him a crash course in Christmas, something people on his planet knew nothing about. After returning back to kingdom Greyskull with them, Lord Prime tells Skeletor and Hordack (She-Ra's enemy) to kidnap the children and bring them back to him so one of them will be handsomely rewarded. The children get acquainted to the friends and family of the superheros, but are soon under attack again. Both villains try to rise to task (amid some bickering and sabotages), but Skeletor, in a real out-of-character role here, actually grows fond of the children while in possession of them and saves them both from his rival and his boss. The children gets home safely and the holiday (as well as the superhero twins' birthday days prior) is celebrated without incident.
While I probably can never rank this holiday special up there with the likes of the Charlie Brown Christmas or Frosty the Snowman (which can be enjoyed at practically any age), I certainly would never count this one out, and while it is a bit maudlin and perhaps even overdone, it is still a favorite of mine and will always remain dear to my heart and a bright spot and cherished memory of my childhood.
Garfield and Friends (1988)
A hilarious classic
Along side with The Super Mario Bros. Super Show, and Tiny Toon Adventures, Garfield and Friends was my absolute favorite cartoon growing up. It was one of the last enjoyable shows on CBS' Saturday Morning lineup (although a lot of the humor I didn't understand until I got a bit older). I mean, who didn't enjoy sarcastic, troublemaking Garfield, dimwitted but lovable Odie, annoyingly cute Nermal (who I used to think was a girl LOL), and their eternally unlucky owner, Jon? And the U.S. Acres? I loved them, too. Although looking back, I think Bo Sheep was my favorite, with his cool and collect attitude (who wouldn't want that?) I also enjoyed practical-joker Roy Rooster and scared-for-no-reason Wade Duck. This show was one the best ever to be put on the airwaves and I watched it until the very end. God bless all those involved with its creation, but especially Jim Davis who was the genius behind this show (and equally hilarious comic books and specials) and to the late Lorenzo Music, who magnificently brought the voice of its humble star to life. Rest in peace, Lorenzo.
The best game on the SNES
I didn't get this game until the mid 90's (and I must say that *I* have never played it myself; I only watched my sibs play), but I think this a fun intriguing game. The levels and the mazes/graphics are, to say the least, both challenging and, although are considered "inferior" to those of today, beautifully rendered. For me, it beats out Super Mario World, Street Fighter II, and even Donkey Kong Country for my favorite game on the system, if not my favorite Zelda game ever, and if you have ever seen/played to game or might want to in the future, trust me, you won't be disappointed.
The Bold and the Beautiful (1987)
A shell of its former self
I first discovered this show back in the winter of 1999, and with the first storyline I watched being with the whole Morgan DeWitt thing, I was immediately pulled in. I, of course, watched it whenever I could (I didn't get out of school until 2:30 back then) and viewed many interesting storylines (Amber taking Becky's baby, Becky's terminal illness, Macy's "death", Bridget marrying Deacon, he getting Brooke pregnant, the aforementioned Taylor/Ridge/Morgan storyline, and so on.) But when Brooke started to pursue Ridge on a regular basis, Taylor's death and the untimely return(s) of Sheila (as well as other unneeded plots) just annoys and sickens me to the point where I can't watch this like I did in high school. The writers have certainly lost something in the magic of their writing, at least with me, and I'm truly sorry to hear that, not even the great talent of Jack Wagner on board, who shook things up on my beloved Melrose Place, can save this soon to be train wreck of a soap opera. *Sighs* And it had all the potential, too...