COCO DOES! I swore I wasn't gonna play and then look at me....all pathetic begging for lives to continue to play. My mom is the founder of the Ellis Co Candy Crush Rehab. And I am blaming her for playing, I even linked up my fb page to get lives and bonuses and all that stuff that comes with linking it up. ANYWAY I'm addicted are you?
CLICK THE LINK TO SEE THE PHOTO OF TAYLOR SWIFT'S 'TWIN' THE SATANIST....
UPDATE: LENO’S VIRAL VIDEO MAY HAVE BEEN FAKED Last week’s a couple who appeared on Jay Leno’s “Pumpcast News” segment became viral sensations when they performed karaoke versions of “Living on a Prayer” and “Sweet Dreams” but it turns out the whole thing may have been faked. According to The Smoking Gun, the couple, Will and Monifa Sims, are actually professionally trained actors from Chicago. Although this doesn’t prove anything, the site does note that Sims appeared on “Pumpcast News” once before, in 2011. Will actually admitted to the Chicago Sun-Times that Leno producers gave them fake job titles so it would look less suspicious. "[The producers] didn’t want [people] to think we were actors and it was a 'plant,'" Will told the paper. "They were like, ‘You’re a bartender and she’s a fitness [trainer].'" But in an interview yesterday, Monifa said it was a fluke that she had appeared on the segment twice, telling The Smoking Gun, “when it happened again, I said, ‘I cannot believe it!!’”
I took a 'quick trip' to see my mama and family. Sometimes ya just need a hug from her and a sloppy wet kool-aid kiss from your niece and nephew. Anyway my mama handed me a stack of photos from highschool and in there was my senior prom pic and my 7th grade 'glamour shot'
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JUST TO SEE YOU SMILE
ANYTIME TODAY WHEN YOU HEAR THAT SONG BE THE 9TH CALLER TO WIN TIXS TO SEE TIM MCGRAW JUNE 21 AT AMERICAN BANK CENTER! PS THOSE TIXS GO ON SALE THIS MORNING AT 10A!
Tampa's Taco Fusion restaurant is under fire for serving lion tacos. Owner Ryan Gougeon says, “We're getting all kinds of threats over it. Now we're getting bomb threats, and everything else. Some guy just called and said he'd kidnap me and grind me up for a taco. There are so many coming in we aren't counting. The lion meat taco is priced at $35 apiece, and has been selling well. The lion meat is authentic, Gougeon said, and comes from a farm that raises the animals for meat. Such a practice is legal in the United States because lions are only considered threatened, and not endangered. My general manager was just attacked. A guy came in, took a swing at him and missed. They had a brief wrestling match, but the guy ran for it. That was two hours ago. Some other guy just called saying he's on the way in now to fight us. The fact that they're trying to bully us now just eggs us on to keep carrying it. They want to restrict our freedom of choice. It's still 100 percent legal. So maybe we keep serving it."