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  1. § Lena Email said on :

    Well.. Actually Alanis Morissette wrote a number of songs after she split with Reynolds, among which ‘Torch’, apart from having had a massive nervous breakdown. These songs are collected in ‘Flavours of Entanglement’.


  2. § Jonna Email said on :

    I love this post. You are SO right in every way. I almost died laughing when I read:



    Ahh Ahh Ahh Ahh Chity Chi bob botta

    Shhhh… don’t tell Bob Saget.



    Way to go!


  3. § Jessica Email said on :

    Best post ever.



    Not only have you refreshed my memories of 9th grade Science class, but you have revealed to me an important truth about my least favorite Tanner household guest. It all makes so much sense.



    Don’t ever let anyone tell you your time could be spent more wisely.


  4. § BusyZombieLord Email said on :

    Wow! That brilliant! I have not laughed that hard in a while.


  5. § birah Email said on :

    holy. shit. this is incredibly hilarious. thank you. it’s good to laugh again.


  6. § TR Cunningham Email said on :

    A flaw in your logic is the episode 4×01 “Greek Week” when relatives from Greece come to visit. It’s a small part of the episode but one of the relatives is Melina, played by Mary Kate Olson. Are you suggesting that Joey also fathered the little Greek girl?



    Also, as to Pam’s blondness? Maybe she’s adopted and ethnically, but not genetically, Greek.


  7. § Jim Email said on :

    AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA this is genius!


  8. § Wolfie G. Nards® Email said on :

    @TR Cunningham



    If memory serves (and it usually doesn’t), Michelle’s Greek cousin had black hair (whichever Olsen in a wig). Joey fathered only the blond children of TV Land. However, this does demonstrate that a father with a blond gene would be need to create Michelle.



    And an identical Greek twin also suggests that Pam was not adopted (because that twin was from her side of the family). Unless, of course, Pam was adopted and Jesse fathered the girls (which opens up a whole other can of worms I’d rather not think about).


  9. § Greg Email said on :

    This was hilarious – I agree – Joey was the father – there aint no way dark eyed, dark haired Jesse fathered those kids. There are some generalized inaccuracies you made about the genetic makeup of the Greek populace: A significant amount of Greeks, mainly from northern Greece, have light colored eyes, although most have dark hair. I used to date a Greek girl with strawberry blond hair and blue eyes (she was from Thessaloniki, in the north)


  10. § ball mill Email said on :

    These children is really very lovable.

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