Patently fake celebrity dating week advice
Here are some quick and fresh benchmarks this weekend.
“I don’t think you need a guy to make you happy, but it’s nice to have one.” —@Kim Kardashian “You should always live to love, but NEVER have to love to live.” —@jlsactor “A relationship should be a two-way street.
The work involved extensive desk research and a visit to Myanmar for in-depth meetings with the company and the conglomerate, visits to ‘at risk’ sites, and consultations with a range of locally based experts, NGOs and investors.
Playing pranks on local newscasters is a proud tradition that dates back to the days when people actually watched local newscasts for news.
Enter Joe Pickett and Nick Prueher, most famous for buying up flea market VHS recordings and dubbing comedic commentary over the top of them.Prioritize your significant other’s happiness, but not at the expense of your own.” —@avianneflu “Don’t give up on someone just because of something small.You have to work through the bad stuff to get to the good stuff.” —@Sasha Lynae“He’s not your prince charming if he doesn’t make sure you know that you’re his princess ;)” —@ddlovato “Best #advice is to move on at the first sign of a bad relationship.WEAU in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, fell for one these press releases and invited strongmen "Chop & Steele" to perform on its morning show, "Hello Wisconsin." The two comedians showed up in full "Chop & Steele" garb and wowed newscasters by crushing baskets with their feet and breaking sticks with their bare hands.WEAU wasn't the only victim of "Chop & Steele" and other Prueher/Pickett alter egos.