Monday, January 03, 2011

Dating Rick(y) Nelson

Could you pass the test?

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29 comments:

  1. *snickering*

    yes, i had a crush on him! good thing i didn't know about his test, sugar! xoxoxo

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  2. I'd say more, but I'm busy looking for my short white gloves...

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  3. SAVANNAH: first!!!
    *snickering*
    yes, i had a crush on him! good thing i didn't know about his test, sugar!


    Your penchant for sitting in trees should be enough to keep him interested.

    WALLY: I'd say more, but I'm busy looking for my short white gloves...

    I’d love to help you out but I only have opera gloves.

    MAGO: Who's that bloke?

    Aside from being Miss Savannah’s “crush,” Rick (now deceased) was an American teen idol in the fifties and sixties.

    You can listen to him here.

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  4. [said with some pride]

    He died freebasing coke in Texas!

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  5. They must not have had room for Number 11, which dealt with the importance of being a tranny who can pass.

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  6. If peenee is right, I guess I'll stop looking for my gloves now.

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  7. So why is he sitting with two small tots on his lap if he's still looking for a girl? Where'd the kiddies come from? And sorry but #8 sounds like a Playboy Playmate of the Month, but even stupider.

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  8. He had such bee-stung lips. Fuckable bee-stung lips.

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  9. He discovered me up a tree... I was throwing rocks at him at the time though... does that count?

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  10. gee whiz, i woulda fucked ethan allen with my limb, if that's what woulda made ricky happy.

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  11. she will not be a "run-around-girl"

    Hmmm. Looked it up because I remembered something, but...it isn't ethics...

    Nelson and Sharon Kristin Harmon were married on April 20, 1963, and divorced in December 1982. They had four children: Tracy Kristine, twin sons Gunnar Eric and Matthew Gray, and Sam Hilliard. On February 14, 1981, a son was born to Nelson and Georgeann Crewe. A blood test in 1985 confirmed Nelson was the child's father. Nelson was engaged to Helen Blair at the time of his death in an airplane crash on December 31, 1985.


    Oh well...so much for perfection.

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  12. BOXER: He lost me at number 9.

    Surely you’re not as high maintenance as CyberPete?

    XL: [said with some pride]
    He died freebasing coke in Texas!


    I wonder if Buddy Holly’s "That'll Be the Day (That I Die)" was playing at the time.

    PEENEE: They must not have had room for Number 11, which dealt with the importance of being a tranny who can pass.

    Ooooo…tell us more, Peenee.

    Wally’s outfit depends on it.

    WALLY: If peenee is right, I guess I'll stop looking for my gloves now.

    It’s probably for the best.

    You didn’t really wanna have to decorate in Early American for him, did you?

    KELLY RED: So why is he sitting with two small tots on his lap if he's still looking for a girl? Where'd the kiddies come from? And sorry but #8 sounds like a Playboy Playmate of the Month, but even stupider.

    I think Ricky was, as Boneman suggests, a Travelin’ Man.

    COOKIE: He had such bee-stung lips. Fuckable bee-stung lips.

    Bonus points for the first mention.

    PRINCESS: He discovered me up a tree... I was throwing rocks at him at the time though... does that count?

    But you throw like a girl.

    NORMADESMOND: gee whiz, i woulda fucked ethan allen with my limb, if that's what woulda made ricky happy.

    But would you have let him call you Stumpy?

    BONEMAN: she will not be a "run-around-girl"
    Hmmm. Looked it up because I remembered something, but...it isn't ethics...
    Nelson and Sharon Kristin Harmon were married on April 20, 1963, and divorced in December 1982. They had four children: Tracy Kristine, twin sons Gunnar Eric and Matthew Gray, and Sam Hilliard. On February 14, 1981, a son was born to Nelson and Georgeann Crewe. A blood test in 1985 confirmed Nelson was the child's father. Nelson was engaged to Helen Blair at the time of his death in an airplane crash on December 31, 1985.
    Oh well...so much for perfection.


    Casting the first stone and all that.

    Ah yes, the TWINS.

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  13. I bet Ricky Martins list is somewhat different :-)

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  14. He looks nice but number 9 did it for me.

    Oh, and sorry Ricky, I'm a chocolate ice cream cone kinda gal. does it help if I sprinkle a little coke on it?

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  15. BEAST: I bet Ricky Martins list is somewhat different :-)

    We’d have to change the wording on #4 to:

    When she looks at me, I know she’s thinking about me, and not whether I’m straight.

    One more thing…Ricky MARTIN has twins too, doesn’t he?

    CYBERPOOF: He looks nice but number 9 did it for me.
    Oh, and sorry Ricky, I'm a chocolate ice cream cone kinda gal. does it help if I sprinkle a little coke on it?


    I looked at #9 and thought of you right away…

    The QUEEN of high maintenance!

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  16. Number 5 is also an issue. I'm more um, European?

    Re. Ricky Martin I think he prefers those elbow length black rubber gloves. Just a thought.

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  17. Am I the only one who was lost way before no.9?
    I think I was a non-starter...
    Sx

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  18. So, I climbed this shitting tree and got my hair all mussed up and my gloves filthy for a dead guy? I suppose it's no good smoothing down my crimplene dress now?

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  19. My, my, he was a particular man! And if you like someone enough they could call you anything and you'd still like them (About the "Ricky" thing)


    Darn, I lost my blouse-skirt-sweater thing last week!

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  20. CYBERPOOF: Number 5 is also an issue. I'm more um, European?
    Re. Ricky Martin I think he prefers those elbow length black rubber gloves. Just a thought.


    The happy marriage of Danes and Danish furniture.

    Of course.

    SCARLET: Am I the only one who was lost way before no.9?
    I think I was a non-starter...


    And it’s too late for him to wait for you.

    IVD: So, I climbed this shitting tree and got my hair all mussed up and my gloves filthy for a dead guy? I suppose it's no good smoothing down my crimplene dress now?

    You can wait around for crimplene to make a comeback.

    MANDA: My, my, he was a particular man! And if you like someone enough they could call you anything and you'd still like them (About the "Ricky" thing)
    Darn, I lost my blouse-skirt-sweater thing last week!


    You poor thing…are you running around nekkid?

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  21. You are just jealous of our gorgeous designs

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  22. That's our Norma for you, Jason.

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  23. He lost me waaaaaaaaay back at #2, and by "lost" I mean "my ladybits shriveled in disinterest." It would be one thing if he had said in conversation "blouse and skirt and sweater things" with a confused twirly hand gesture indicating that he is a man who does not understand the intricate ways of women's clothing, but to type it out and send it in for publication? That's a deal breaker.

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  24. STACIA: He lost me waaaaaaaaay back at #2, and by "lost" I mean "my ladybits shriveled in disinterest." It would be one thing if he had said in conversation "blouse and skirt and sweater things" with a confused twirly hand gesture indicating that he is a man who does not understand the intricate ways of women's clothing, but to type it out and send it in for publication? That's a deal breaker.

    We may have to resort to posting a photo of Jack Benny to restore the moisture level of your ladybits.

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  25. Well, if there was a man who knew the confusing ins-and-outs of women's clothing, it was Jack Benny. Ahem.

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