Ron: "Just give me all of the bacon and eggs you have.
Wait, wait, I worry what you just heard was, 'Give me a lot of bacon and eggs.' What I said was, 'Give me ALL the bacon and eggs you have.' Do you understand? And queens deserve flowers and massages, chocolate, booze, diamonds, rubies, emeralds, them treasure chests full of scarves, different kinds of lubes that warm up when you rub them on stuff, I'm gonna give her all that stuff and more! Terryville sucks old car tires and so does Martin Luth...
I am a big big fan of busty ex-stripper Amber Rose, and she is big fan of her huge boobs, and she loves to go TOPLESS!
The very short first season focused almost entirely on Leslie's efforts to cut through the red tape to turn Lot 48, a giant pit created as part of an abandoned construction project, into a park.
This storyline was continued in subsequent seasons, but diminished in importance as the show explored other facets of the characters' lives, both professional and personal.
And our Playmates shaped the era more than ever—Pamela Anderson, Anna Nicole Smith and Jenny Mc Carthy became household names, and they emulated the timeless style and independence that the decade brought with it.
to its friends) is a 2009-2015 NBC Work Com about small-town government, centering on the employees of the Parks and Recreation Department of the fictional town of Pawnee, Indiana. The main character is Leslie Knope, played by Amy Poehler, a Pollyannaish Workaholic who works as Deputy Director of the Parks Department.
And our Playmates shaped the era—Pamela Anderson, Anna Nicole Smith and Jenny Mc Carthy became household names, and they emulated the timeless style and independence that the decade brought with it. It was a decade filled with Nirvana, draped flannel, Seinfeld, tattoos, the year of Y2K and the dotcom bubble.
The fashion was getting looser and more punk rock and Gen X was coming of age.
Unbeknownst to him, Chun was a dual Korean citizen. It was as an American that Chun was drawn to the idea of teaching English for a year in South Korea.
More than two decades previously, a family member — who, he’s still not sure — added his name to the family register then used in South Korea to determine citizenship, incorrectly listing his place of birth as Seoul. Twelve short months would go a long way toward shrinking the gaping hole in his bank account.
” There was nothing to do but return to Seoul and end his brief career as an American soldier.
Two days later, he would become a grunt all over again in a world he couldn’t hope to understand. You’ll make everyone look like Yankees.” In the strict hierarchy of the monocultural South Korean army, Chun was an oddity and an aberration.
Like all able-bodied Korean men, Chun would be obligated to serve two years in the military. * * * Just months earlier, Chun could never have imagined such a bizarre set of circumstances. S., he had a typically American childhood; first in Chicago, where he cheered for the Bears in the NFL, and then, after his parents’ divorce, Seattle. It might also make him feel like less of a disappointment in the eyes of his hardworking single mom.