Oh yeah, I'm familiar with the paper towel technique.
My grocery store has those. Love them. My germophobic tendencies are growing as I get older. I nearly had a nervous breakdown the last time I had to visit someone in the hospital. And God, I wish they'd start putting arm-pushable swinging doors on public restrooms. You go to all the trouble to wash before leaving, and then you're forced to touch the handle going out. How much sense does that make? At least most airports have those alleyways you walk through, with no doors.
Oh what a wonderful memory to carry through life!
This could also be one reason why Kody's mother had grown to embrace her sister wife situation.
His dad screamed Alzheimers to me.
I liked Robyn's photo idea... Everyone put their arms up, and make a Y, for Y-oming. Oops, it starts with a W! Kody must have married her for her ejucated mind. (Snicker)
She's a prima donna dimwit, and the other women know it. My guess is, this will drive the future storyline... Heh heh.
Yes, please do something on the old movie lingo. You can start with "gay" and take it from there.
And what about that weird "American" Hollywood accent? It was England and New York thrown together. Like anyone ever talked like that!
Nick and Nora were both really classy SEXY! Who wouldn't want to be them? Oh, to be able to drink like that, and also be so beautiful, functional and happy!
Asta. Asta deserves his own article. He starred in several movies, and not just the Thin Man; Bringing Up Baby (a fave), The Awful Truth, one of the Topper movies. Love that dog!
I think the apropos words of praise for this article would be...
"Gosh, this is swell."