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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by D'Snowth, Jun 17, 2008.
...Pinochio, Cyranose deBergerac
And some of them were quite the big name stars sometimes. I agree with Snowth though. You are far from ugly or any of those unflattering names. In all honesty, given the pictures you've provided, you may be quite the opposite.
ALAN ALDA? That's a new one, lol!
Claudia...you're h to the o to the t--HOT! <333 They be jealous/on something. Enough said. *eats them*
*lays the smack--eth--down on them and that's the bottom line, & may they not have a nice day or rest...in...peace*
You guys rock. <3
Oh, and Pooh...those songs are KICKIN'!
I was eating doughnuts and a glass of milk...when all of a sudden I
hear some rock blaring in my ears. At that moment....I realized....I was a man...
and crushed my poor doughnuts sayin' "I ain't no powda puff!" XD
Then...I ate em.
But those songs kick BOOTY!
Not really. Frank once called Hawkeye "big nose".
Wow. I've never seen it as big before. But maybe because my nose ain't so small either, lol! (It's a curse my family has, lol)
Lol, his nose is more "long" than it is "big" really.
Well, Dwayne Douglas Johnson, Steven James Williams, Micheal Francis Foley, and Mark William Calaway certainly think so, considering they are the wrestling themes for their wrestling personas:
"The Rock"--The Rock Bottom, The People's Elbow
"Stone Cold Steve Austin"--The Stone Cold Stunner
"Mick Foley" (or alias "Mankind", "Dude Love", & "Cactus Jack")--The Mandible Claw, The Double Arm DDT (or as Mankind [Mr. Socko], as Dude Love [Sweet Shin Music], as Cactus Jack [Pulling Piledriver, Cactus Elbow, & Cactus Closeline])
"The Undertaker"--The Tombstone Piledriver, The Golaplaya, The Last Ride, & The Chokeslam to H-E-L-L
Am I the only one who wishes there would be a TV special, or movie or whatnot where we ACTUALLY see Vern and witness him do some severe harm to Ernest for pestering him all these years?
But I thought "Vern" was always meant to be what Ernest called the viewers?
No, Vern DOES exist, we just always see Ernest from Vern's point of view.
Then WHY did "Vern" allow Ernest P. Worrel (Jim Varney) to be his bumbling self and tape each mishap each time? Would not "Vern" get tired of Ernest's escapades?
Well, Vern HAS fought back mildly from time to time... slamming the window shut on his hands, locking him in a freezer, one time Vern was working on his roof when Ernest climbed up a ladder to pester him, and Vern kicked the ladder over, with Ernest still on it.
I guess "Vern" will always be a "Wilson from Home Improvement"-type of character in that we'd see parts of him & maybe even possibly hear a protest or two, but we'd never see his actual full face.
I'd forgotten all about Vern. It's been such a long time since I've seen an Ernest movie.
They are so great.
Check out the Retromecial thread Marty, I've listed all of the good "Hey Vern!" commercials on YouTube, you'll love 'em!
No, you are not the only one.
No, you are not the only one.
Yes, you are the only one.
Like Tigger. Almost. XD
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