Friday, June 26, 2009

This one cracked me up

I get about 3-4 of these a day on my old email account you know the one you gave out to many times and now is just a place to send your spam too and every once in a awhile you get board and check it.

I saw the teardrops, and I heard you cry . I'm the one you're always thinking of.
Hullo! my new friend! Lonely girl is waiting! :(
I saw your profile on some website and decided to drop you
few lines. I am moving to your area in few days and looking
for a man partner
who could show me around and who knows what might come out of this.
I am moving from the other part of the world.
Send me an email at so we can get to know each other. This is my personal
address I use for correspondence. So use this GMAIL only.
Will send you my photograph once you reply. Oh one more night cos i can't wait forever. I'll be your shoulder when you cry .


Thursday, June 25, 2009

There are but a few

There are very few people in this world I wish would just die. I don't care how or why just die. Not Micheal Jackson or Ed McMahon or even Farah Faucet. Why can't God Take Perez Hilton to Heaven? Please for the love of everything sacred take him now! He is the dumbest most annoying person I have ever seen, and those were the nicest things I can say about him... I dug deep for that, props bitches.

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Tuesday, June 09, 2009

Watch this show if you never got to, Trust me it's worth it.

Arrested Development is an American television sitcom created by Mitchell Hurwitz for the Fox Broadcasting Company. The show is centered around the Bluths, a formerly wealthy, habitually dysfunctional family and is presented in a pseudo-documentary format, incorporating hand-held camera work, narration, archival photos, and historical footage. Ron Howard is an executive producer and the uncredited narrator. Although set in Newport Beach and Balboa Island, California, Arrested Development was primarily filmed around Culver City and Marina del Rey. Three seasons of the show were produced and aired between 2003 and 2006.

Since debuting on November 2, 2003, the series received six Emmy awards, one Golden Globe, critical acclaim, a cult following, several fan-based websites, and a spot on Time Magazine's 100 Greatest Shows of All Time.[1][2] Despite the approval from critics, Arrested Development never climbed in the ratings. Fox aired the final four episodes of the third season in a block as a two-hour series finale on February 10, 2006, opposite the opening ceremonies of the 2006 Winter Olympics.

An Arrested Development motion picture is currently in the works.[3] The film is slated to begin production in late 2009, with a potential 2010 release date.[4] All of the series' original main cast members are expected to reprise their roles for the film.[4] Hurwitz, Jason Bateman, Will Arnett, and Henry Winkler also have reunited for Hurwitz's new show Sit Down, Shut Up, which premiered April 19th on FOX.
- Wikki

Fuzzy bunny gets a trim muhahahah...cough cough