Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by StealthGnome, Dec 26, 2006.
marshmellows on toast
Cream pie in the face...
3/14/15 was International Pi Day. Every day is Hair Pie Day for Stringertom.
Have you had another ocular accident, this time with an untrimmed Brazilian bush??? If so, please invest in some protective eyewear!
And here I was, thinking that the Brazilian wax job popularity virtually guaranteed safe travels down Rio way!
Soft and fluffy Russian and Scandinavian is much easier on the eyes than a bristly Spanish bush...
Scandal in Bohemia
honest glass of vodka
only in nyc...
I haven't tried it, but it is supposed to be a quality, cheap vodka from Poland.
Hooker quality at escort pricing: dinner with Monsieur Bageler and paying the bill...
I wonder if the San Poobiego Bageler hooks as well as Cedric the Entertaining Umpire or if he will ever get his A.S.S. nailed by Gus Petch while in the company of a hooker:
Swedish police escort Ernests Gulbis to a Stockholm jail and show him a good time in the interrogation room...
If The Ernests ever got in trouble in Norway, @TheGhostOfAgassi would be willing to escort him out of his detainment!
Ernests said that he would never return to Sweden (I once felt the same about Denmark after far worse treatment by Danish police), but he may be open to Norway. Maybe he can play an exhibition with Casper Ruud.
Gulbis, who is at a career high of 27 in the rankings, and whose preparations for Roland Garros have included reading The Revolution of the Ants, a science-fiction novel by the French writer Bernard Werber, said it had been a misunderstanding in Sweden last autumn: he did not know that he was with a prostitute as he walked into a hotel, as when he meets girls he is not in the habit of asking them what they do for a living.
“It was great, it was great fun, but I’m never going to go to Sweden again in my life. If you go out and meet some girls, and immediately you’re put in jail; that’s not normal,” said Gulbis, as he discussed his encounter with the vice police for the first time.
“When I meet a girl, I don’t ask her what her profession is, I don’t ask if she’s a hairdresser or something else. I just meet her. And she meets me. She maybe doesn’t ask what I’m doing. Anyway, if she does ask, I usually lie; I say that I do nothing or I’m a musician or something. Suddenly, the police come and take me to jail, so I spend the night in jail for nothing, really nothing. So I’m upset with the Swedish government.” For Gulbis, a night in a cell was an education, and certainly not something to be ashamed of.
“It was very funny. I think every person should go to jail once, as it’s interesting. It’s really interesting, as they are very strict. I was in jail for one night, about six hours. I slept a bit. Then the prosecutor came and he asked me what happened, and then he said, ‘Sorry, we didn’t know that it was this’.
"And he let me go after I paid a fine. I paid the minimum fine for violating the law in Sweden. It’s the same fine I would get for, say, smashing up a telephone booth. I paid 250 or 300 euros to get out of jail, as I had a match to play in just a few days, and I couldn’t stay there anymore,” recalled Gulbis, and he giggled at the memories.
Swedish smorgasbords are safe from Sewretchian raids thanks to his decision to emigrate to the U.S.A. and sunny San Poobiego instead of Stockholm.
He stocks his home with cakes soda burgers and pork cheeks.
A Scottish fella and his cheeky monkeys used to entertain me late at night on CBS. I miss him a lot.
"Give me a scotch, I'm starving."
-- Tony ''Ironman'' Stark
I've always been fond of Tony Stark with the right initials and the identical syllabic cadence to my name if I were (stringer)tommy Starr.
Now if I could just get that skinflint Ringo to pay me royalties for borrowing my surname 50+ years ago.
I first learned who Uma Thurman was when I saw her on the rack of magazines at Mickey & Joey's, a tiny dive owned by Mickey Rourke, on the cover of "Rolling Stone" magazine. The place was empty, and Mickey Rourke's brother told me about her...
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