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RIP RUE MCCLANAHAN

i figure if we have a RIP topic for the outdoor kitchen appliances guy, we should have one for the sluttiest golden girl. POOR BLANCHE.

http://www.cbc.ca/arts/tv/story/2010/06/03/obit-mcclanahan-rue.html

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Kar wrote:
i figure if we have a RIP topic for the outdoor kitchen appliances guy, we should have one for the sluttiest golden girl. POOR BLANCHE.

http://www.cbc.ca/arts/tv/story/2010/06/03/obit-mcclanahan-rue.html

=(

lmao

I am genuinely amazed by how many people care about the fact that this woman died.

idk i liked her, i watch golden girls sometimes xD

Kar wrote:
i figure if we have a RIP topic for the outdoor kitchen appliances guy, we should have one for the sluttiest golden girl. POOR BLANCHE.






lmaooooo ohhh kay i was just sitting here, reallyyy.. nott.. toxicated, (thast the opposite i tihnk) and am just sitting here singing and i was scrolling down the page just singing and singing when i saw your post and i just started laughing and laughing so i cant even sing anymore cause i keep laughing! he has balloons in his eyes O_O

ok kar here lemme help you out a little so you dont get anymore GOD DAMNIT KARS for being unaware of who gary coleman is

Gary Wayne Coleman (February 8, 1968 – May 28, 2010) was an American actor, known for his childhood role as Arnold Jackson in the American sitcom Diff'rent Strokes (1978–1986) and for his small stature as an adult. He was described in the 1980s as "one of television's most promising stars." After a successful childhood acting career, Coleman struggled financially later in life. In 1989, he successfully sued his parents and business adviser over misappropriation of his assets.

While best known for his role on Diff'rent Strokes, Coleman had appeared earlier on The Jeffersons and on Good Times as Penny's friend Gary. He also appeared in a 1978 pilot for a revival of The Little Rascals as Stymie.[5]  VH1 rated Coleman first on a list of "100 Greatest Child Stars" on television.[6]

Coleman became a popular figure, starring in a number of feature films and made-for-TV movies including On the Right Track and The Kid with the Broken Halo. The latter eventually served as the basis for the Hanna-Barbera-produced animated series The Gary Coleman Show in 1982.

just a short summary but that should helpi hope

loll. oh. thanks thugg =)

Kar wrote:
he has balloons in his eyes O_O

Kar wrote:
he has balloons in his eyes O_O

i almost died chocking on spit laughing at that

Kar wrote:
he has balloons in his eyes O_O

This thread is almost as awesome as a green laser diode.

/pretends to know what that is because after the explosion am a little frightened.

Satros wrote:
This thread is almost as awesome as a green laser diode.

I don't watch Golden Girls and probably will never.

Kar wrote:
/pretends to know what that is because after the explosion am a little frightened.

AmbulanceParty wrote:

Satros wrote:
This thread is almost as awesome as a green laser diode.

I don't watch Golden Girls and probably will never.

lol its good, its quite surprising the language old ladies use though. when i started watching it i had no idea they talked like that O_o theyre talking about sleeping with guys and stuff, and im like, WAT YOUR 70. so idk. O_o

i think being an old person is gonna be so much fun =)