If you like old movies with guys bidding on women and their prepared food, rent The Long Hot Summer.
mmmm, Paul Newman.
Is that the one with Orson Welles and it's based on a Faulkner novel?
My favorite part of Coal Miner's Daughter is when he pulls up to her house in that jeep, and her mom is hollering at her to stay away from that boy. She pauses for a second, thinks about it, then pounces into the jeep and they zoom off. Awesome.
Any temp assignment that involves a small room in an abandoned building needs to involve some kind of bonus. I'm glad you got one.
(Mind overloads with flirty-yet-kind-of-creepy-retorts-to-the-Secretary-practicing-thing...can't...CHOOSE...)
Do you like the love between my girl Maggie and my boy James or are you into the kink? it's all good either way. or both!
Coal Miner's Daughter is one of my all-time favorite films. I love Loretta! I love Sissy!
"I'm pretty sure this can only end with us frenching."
are you prepared to sit at a desk for an insane amount of time and pee on yourself if needed? cuz, you know, that's what Maggie did.
That Secretary movie was frickin' HOT.
Frenching is the only way to go I say. And watch out for that doll addiction - it's super creep and nothing's worse than waking to those eyes that see everything! Chucky...
I meant it more in a pill way, but those kinds of dolls are freaky too.
i was seriously in love with marty mcfly when i was around 10 and thought he was so cool riding the skateboard (with or without wheels..) *sigh*
if for some reason you're ever in hurricane mills tennessee its TOTALLY worth the ten bucks to wander around her house. theres even a replica of the butcher hollow ( holler i guess) house. and sometimes patsy's daughters perform there.
um... i meant to say her daughters patsy and peggy.
I have so many favorite Coal Miner's Daughter parts. 1) When Doo drives his jeep up the slag heap. 2) When Loretta pulls Doo out of the back of a car where he's making it with some road slut. 3) After Patsy Cline dies, Loretta breaks my heart when she say's "Me 'n' her were supposed to go shoppin'."
"like a hot steve zahn"? au contraire. i think mr. zahn is quite the fine looking man, though this may have more to do with his comedic timing/delivery than his actual appearance. i likes me some funny guys. and c'mon, he's at least cute - as long as he's not a) in a movie with jack black, b) having a handlebar moustache. more along the lines of clean cut, "that thing you do" steve zahn.
do you have buttered biscuits in your basket? bidding starts at $200.
That small room in the abandoned building is probably too small for a riding crop and a saddle. He'd probably have to bring those in from home.
I went as Marty McFly for Halloween this year. Only two people got it, but I have a feeling that if we had hung out, you would make that number raise to three, Sarah.
I am retarded. I meant GEORGE McFly.
a little late to the answering, but sarah, yes. Long Hot Summer has Welles and the newly coupled (at the time) Newman and Woodward. It's a little stilted, but I love it when she tells him off saying "I've set a high price for myself, a high high price..." Not as bad ass as Loretta, maybe, but Loretta doesn't have a Ben Quick.
I have always dreampt of a real-life George mcFly, lucky girl.
I feel that if you're going to address the internet as a whole, that we deserve to be capitalized. I realize this is grammatically incorrect, and I have never been one to go against the grammatical grain. But, it feels like Internet is a character, something more than just an abstract mass. Characters need capitals.
I am, however, well aware: your site, not mine.
I will second the nomination for The Long Hot Summer, much Paul Newman hotness. Although I still favor The Hustler for his best early role.
loretta lynn is sweet as pie, and tough as nails.
in my house,she's never been forgotten.