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nomnomnomnomnomnomnom nomnomnomnomnomnomnom

Rated 5 / 5 stars

So nomnom means eat?

Very good movie/song my friend.

Say Something! Say Something!

Rated 5 / 5 stars

A good flash about a bad ad

I feel you, this banner is so ANNOYING. Especially if you have audio turned all the way up.

Good Ones Are Taken Good Ones Are Taken

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Ill give you an idea

You should make a set of hair and a set of body colors, put them at random order and make a loop, that goes on and on. He will never find a girl!

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Rated 1 / 5 stars


Bissett and Estes met in 1991 during a casting call for a TV movie and married May 1, 1992. The same year, Bissett joined the original cast of Melrose Place, a spinoff of Beverly Hills, 90210 featuring the trials and tribulations of bed-hopping twentysomethings in a Hollywood apartment complex. Bissett starred as Jane Andrews Mancini, long suffering wife to Dr. Michael Mancini (Thomas Calabro).

In 1996, Estes also joined the ensemble; when Bissett became pregnant later that year, she temporarily left the show. She returned in 1998 after suffering a miscarriage and remained with Melrose Place through its series finale in 1999.

Estes and Bissett welcomed their first child, son Mason True, on July 21, 1999. Their second child, daughter Maya Rose, was born Apr. 14, 2002.

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The concept of "loser" will always be subjective, but society generally considers those who cannot find work in spite of decent economic conditions, manage money, or maintain meaningful relationships to be losers. Loser originally would refer to someone who had lost something, such as a game. It expanded over time to include anyone who would "lose" at life itself. Loser can be symbolized by making an "L" with the thumb and index finger on the forehead.