Friday, September 29, 2006

An Olsen: Like School On Sunday, No Class

I'm not going to lie, I don't know which Olsen this is. I mean, is it the skinny one or the skinny one? Who can tell? Let me tell ya, there's nothing sexier than a troll doll with red lipstick and Miss Piggy sunglasses walking up the street with a cigarette hanging out of its mouth...Especially when that cigarette isn't even lit.

I wish "fill in the blank" Olsen remembered when Papooli died on that very special episode of Full House. You see, Papooli had a heart attack and never made it to Michelle Tanner's school to show her a special Greek dance. Michelle looks right at Uncle Jesse and asks him if it's ok to cry.

You know what Michelle? No, it isn't ok to cry, you little bitch. Toughen up and do the dance yourself. You wanna smoke cigarettes? Good, smoke 'em. You'll end up just like your dear old Papooli and I'll ship your ass back to Greece too!

Yeah, sometimes I can't distinguish between reality and TV characters. Oh well, it's more fun this way.


*..Jeru..* said...

MaryCate or Ash [dont know wish ones is either]: Ohhh xcuse me Misha cuz IM the one BRINGING FUGLY/TRASHY/LONG CANCER BACK...

Bye bye...:)

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