HANS SHOT FIRST!
Have you ever had roasted corn-on-the-cob? Or green beans cooked in butter and Greek Seasoning? Sauteed onions? Stuffed mushrooms? (Oh my, I’m making my own mouth water.)
“Disabled” has a very weird definition. Coming back from Jamaica one year, I met a YOUNG man who was “disabled” from the U.S. Postal Service. He had developed carpal tunnel and was unable to perform THE job he use to hold, which was entering the 13 digit code for poorly addressed letters, so he was given a disability retirement. Mind you, there were plenty of other jobs he could have held in the USPS, but apparently that didn’t matter. He also had no problem enjoying his time in Jamaica.
Nope, (First one) is better, but both beat out Walter Murphey’’s Disco version: https://youtu.be/0ouMaLRth-s
(In point of fact, Olé vanished from the active vocabulary in Spain in the late 80s.)
Says who? “Since the 1980s, it is commonly used in football in the form of the “Olé, Olé, Olé” chant, which is sung to a tune rather than the series of isolated spoken exclamations as used in bullfighting. A similar form was heard in Spain in league game in 1982, and this version quickly spread to other clubs.” – Wikipedia
OK, I’ll give this one more day, since it seems to be about to change, but then THAT’S IT!
They were on the city bus headed to school. Have you ever heard of students having to pay daily to take a school bus?
I don’t know why, but drawings like those knees gross me out. I have the same problem with a certain ad on my iPhone — it starts off with sores on a foot, and I have to turn away immediately.
Firefox and AdBlock Pro = no ads.
Not a school bus — city bus.
“…girls can’t do no wrong” – Are you aware that you’re saying girls can ONLY do wrong?