Brings a new meaning to "KISS MY ASS" suck my ass..and Bite my ass"
Cheeky chocolatiers in England have created Edible Anus, a line of handmade Belgian chocolates that are “lovingly cast and crafted” from the asshole of a butt model. You can order your own chocolate stars in white, milk chocolate, or dark chocolate at their site.
Michael Cera - 25 (He can only play one type of character. He's been the lovable, awkward geek on "Arrested Development" and in "Superbad", "Juno" and "Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist".and the list continues.)
ANNA KOURNIKOVA - 32(Made the smart move to retire from tennis and got herself some Enrique Iglesias and she gets to tap Latin peen anytime she wants. Lucky bitch!)
Bill Hader - 35 ("Saturday Night Live member who you may also remember as Officer Slater in "Superbad", Katherine Heigl's editor Brent in "Knocked Up" and Dave the acid-taking mechanic in "Hot Rod"and General Custer in the "Night at the Museum" sequel.)
Bear Grylls - 39( star of Discovery Channel's "Man vs. Wild".)
Karl Urban - 41 (Dr. McCoy in the "Star Trek" prequel. he was Eomer in the "Lord of the Rings" movies, the hero who took down The Rock in "Do om" and the star of that Viking movie "Pathfinder".)
Dave Navarro - 46(Former Jane's Addiction and Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist. He used to schtupp Carmen Electra and likes to be naked and show off his bod.)
PRINCE - 55 THE MOZART OF OUR TIMES. . .
L.A. Reid, Record producer, turns 57
Liam Neeson - 61 (QUI-GON JINN in "Star Wars: Episode One - The Phantom Menace". He was also Oskar Schindler in"Schindler's List", Alfred Kinsey in "Kinsey" . . . Jenny Jones - 67 (Former talk show host who's best known for an episode where Scott Amedure, a gay guy, confessed his love to his straight friend, Jonathan Schmitz.-Jonathan laughed on the air .but later wigged out and MURDERED Scott. The episode never aired; Jonathan got 25 to 50 years in prison; and "The Jenny Jones Show" was eventually canned.
TOM JONES!!! - 73 (Tom's wife lets him Schtupp ANYBODY HE WANTS TO!!! Now THAT'S what ya call an amazing marriage!!!)
Bonnie Lee Bakley - Would have been 57 - (1956 - 2001) (She was married 10 times. Her tenth was Robert Blake, and she died a year after their wedding. He was found not guilty of murdering her in a criminal trial . . . but was found liable for her death in civil court.) Dean Martin - (1917 - 1995) (The King of Cool! He was one of the top nightclub singers, recording artists, TV personalities and film actors of a generation. A legend and never rehearsed for his TV show. he would show up and knock it out of the park.)
Jessica Tandy - (1909 - 1994) (Daisy Werthan in "Driving Miss Daisy", Spinster Faye Riley in "*batteries not included" and Alma Finley in "Cocoon". She was awesome)
295 years ago . . . in 1718 - The city of NEW ORLEANS was founded! (--It was founded by a Frenchman, Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville . . . but we'll just pretend it wasn't.)
68 years ago . . . in 1945 - WORLD WAR 2 ENDED when Germany signed an unconditional surrender. (--They signed the unconditional surrender documents in France . . . but we'll just pretend it was somewhere else.)
52 years ago . . . in 1961 - Superstar Tony Orlando made his chart debut with "Halfway To Paradise", which SHOCKINGLY only peaked at #39.
46 years ago . . . in 1967 - According to the "New York Times", Soviet youths OPENLY DEFIED POLICE and DANCED THE TWIST in Moscow's Red Square.
22 years ago . . . in 1991 - 54-year-old BILL WYMAN of the ROLLING STONES divorced 21-year-old MANDY SMITH after less than two years of freaky marriage . . . although they'd "met" when she was just 13 YEARS OLD. She got $6.5 MILLION in the divorce settlement.
21 years ago . . . in 1992 - The 27TH AMENDMENT, barring shady Congressmen from giving themselves a midterm pay raise, was ratified when Michigan became the 38th state to approve it . . . a mere TWO HUNDRED AND THREE years after it was proposed.
14 years ago . . . in 1999 - A jury ordered "The Jenny Jones Show" to pay $25 MILLION to the family of openly gay Scott Amedure, who was shot to death after revealing a secret crush on homophobic Jonathan Schmitz, a fellow guest on the talk show.(The decision was later overturned by an appeals court which ruled that the show wasn't responsible for what its guests did after their appearances.)
the swimming champion turned actress who starred in glittering and aquatic
Technicolor musicals of the 1940s and '50s, has died. She was 91. Williams died
early today in her sleep, according to her longtime publicist Harlan Boll.
Following in the
footsteps of Sonja Henie, who went from skating champion to movie star,
Williams became one of Hollywood's biggest moneymakers, appearing in
spectacular swimsuit numbers that capitalized on her wholesome beauty and
MAX CASELLA - 46(was Benny Fazio on "The Sopranos" AND . . . VINNIE DELPINO on "DOOGIE HOWSER"!!!)
Paul Giamatti - 46 (Lifetime character actor who turned into a a big star with "Sideways" and "Cinderella Man".)
Cam Neely - 48(Pro hockey player who's had cameos in three of the Farrelly brothers' movies: "Dumb & Dumber", "Me, Myself & Irene" and "Stuck On You".) Jason Isaacs - 50(Malfoy's dad in the "Harry Potter" movies and Captain Hook in 2003's live-action "Peter Pan".)
Steve Vai - 53 (classically trained rock guitarist who has worked with Whitesnake, Frank Zappa, Johnny Rotten and Ozzy Osbourne.) Colin Quinn - 54 Björn Borg - 57 (Winner at Wimbledon FIVE TIMES . . . IN A ROW . . . a feat that's never been touched. Then he retired at age 26.)
Sandra Bernhard - 58 (Lover of labia majora AND menorah.) Harvey Fierstein - 61(The truly Fabulously gay, talented hoarse-sexy voiced,actor/playwrite/ Torch Song TRilogy- Edna In HAIRSPRAY and in "Independence Day", "Mrs. Doubtfire" and an episode of "Ellen" entitled, "It's a Gay, Gay, Gay, Gay World".)
Levi Stubbs - Would have been 76 - (1936 - 2008) (The Four Tops' lead singer.He was also the voice of Audrey 2, the man-eating plant in the movie version of the "Little Shop of Horrors" musical. FEED ME!!!)
1844 The YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION was founded in London. That's the YMCA.
1896 Bored fishermen George Harbo and Frank Samuelson set off from New York in a quest to become the first people to ROW ACROSS THE ATLANTIC . . . no motor, no sails. They had an 18-foot boat stocked with five pairs of oars, 60 gallons of water and lots of canned goods.
1925 The CHRYSLER corporation was founded by Walter Percy Chrysler.
1933 THE FIRST DRIVE-IN MOVIE THEATER OPENEDin Camden, New Jersey.
1944 Allied forces stormed the beaches of Normandy, France, on "D-DAY".
1962 After an unsuccessful audition and turned down by Decca Records, THE BEATLES auditioned for producer George Martin at EMI Records in London. He signed them. I'm sure the idiot at Decca was fired at some point.
1968 Stock car driver BUDDY BAKER drove into the wall at Smoky Mountain Raceway. As he was being taken away in an ambulance, the back door opened and he fell out. He survived that, too, and continued racing.
1968 ROBERT KENNEDY DIED at the Good Samaritan Hospital in Los Angeles at 1:44 A.M. Pacific . . . 25 hours after he was shot by Sirhan Sirhan.
1968 The ROLLING STONES added the words "Who Killed The Kennedys" to the song "Sympathy For The Devil", after hearing of Robert Kennedy's death.
1969 - Rod Stewart signed a solo recording contract with Mercury Records.
1971 The "Ed Sullivan Show" was canceled after 23 years. GLADYS KNIGHT & HER PIPS were Ed's last musical guests.
1978 California voters overwhelmingly approved Proposition 13, a ballot measure calling for major cuts in property taxes. WHICH AS LED TO THE DOWNFALL OF THIS STATE EVER SINCE.
1980 "Urban Cowboy" was released starring JOHN TRAVOLTA and DEBRA WINGER.
1983 - "Octopussy" opened wide. "Octopussy" was the 13th movie in the James Bond series. Maud Adams WAS Octopussy! We love saying "Octopussy"!
1992 David Bowie and Iman were married in Florence, Italy.
2001 Democrats assumed control of the U.S. Senate when Sen. James Jeffords of Vermont left the Republican Party to become an independent.
2002 In Malibu, CA, Diana Ross entered a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center.
2004 Phylicia Rashad became the first African-American actress to win a Tony for a leading dramatic role for her work in a revival of "A Raisin in the Sun."
2005 The Supreme Court ruled 6-3 that people who smoke marijuana because their doctors recommend it to ease pain can be prosecuted for violating federal drug laws
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