Friday, February 18, 2011

Friday Night Babe

Tonight's FNB* is Amanda Righetti!

(*a.k.a. Rule Five Friday)

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20 comments:

  1. Pink is my favorite color!

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  2. spart: She also looks good in white and blue and...probably... nothing at all!

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  3. Well then all those colors are my favorites too! I can have more than one favorite in the U.S.,no? The land of freedom and credit cards where we get to talk to hot chicks on phone like "Peggy"?

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  4. 900 numbers eh? If you're going to get a lap dance, at least find someone who doesn't phone it in!

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  5. ^ as you can see I can't wait until the flippin' weather breaks and can do something outside other than think about how warm it is inside. Global warming? Bring it, beotch!

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  6. What is "lap dance"? Peggy is from Lapp land of Russia. I am only familiar with Lapp dance...

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  7. It's like the Myposian Dance of Joy, only you get to do it sitting down.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GfPg5LjGYz8

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  8. "I can't wait until the flippin' weather breaks "
    Tell me about it! I was stranded in Reno for two days, 28 degrees and snowing, and all I had between me and starvation was a hotel casino resort!

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  9. Has anyone that LIKED you ever called you an a$$hole yet, a$$hole? Just wondering! ;)

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  10. Hey! It was rough up there! Now I'm home, it's 44, overcast and raining and feels like heaven!

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  11. OMG... please don't segwe into that '80's Brian Adams song.....for the love of god, think of the ear worms!!!

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  12. Thankfully, I don't know what song you're referring to. I may want to keep it that way!

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  13. Did you know "Cleveland Rocks"? Ian Hunter says so, as does Drew Cary...I actually saw Ian open for Styx back in that day. Truth be known Styx should have opened for Ian Hunter....I digress....old days were good daze!

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  14. The weirdest thing about moving to Ohio and living 20 miles from Cleveland is that all the words to "Moon over Parma" suddenly made sense. (I lived just west of Solon.)

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  15. Moon over Parma bring my love to me tonight.
    Guide her from Cleveland, underneath your silvery light.
    We're goin' bowlin',
    so don't lose her in Solon.
    Moon over Parma, tonight.

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  16. I probably parked in your driveway once to read my map while trying to find Steve Roses acadamey of Swiss lathe enlightmentment after being given directions from the west and then dropping by my dads house in Pa....damned you, I was in Cleveland proper before I realized even a buck toothed Limey wouldn't go there! Yes, I know Solon...well atleast all the waitresses at Applebees....

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  17. Funny you should mention my driveway! I was looking at Google maps earlier today, trying to find a small town in Ohio, another conservative blogger mentioned, to see how far it might have been from Twinsburg, and I panned over to see my old neighborhood. For the longest time, the Google satellite photo showed my vehicle parked on the driveway. They must have finally updated the photo. Neither your vehicle or mine was there.

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  18. Sobriety sucks...I'll have to check, but the last time I used Google maps and zommed in on my place I could clearly see the purple '66 mustang with a pair of brilliant white rally stripes over it in my driveway in South Whitley...see, I'm from the South dammit!

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