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1998-04-26 00:00:00 - Kari's prom availibility (was [Re: "Wade's character" was]) - (nobody@cyberspace.org)


--------------------------+ On Sat, 25 Apr 1998 19:11:22, "Gareth My e-mail address is: | Kitchener" <gareth.kitchener@easynet. james.boe AT usa DOT net. | co.uk> [posted via] Easynet UK (cuz If you are going to com- | he is such an easy-going sort of chap): plain to my ISP about | => any derogatory content | => Mark Alan Evans wrote in message from any of my posts, do | => <893473755.27354.3.nnrp-05.c1ed33d4@ be sure to tell them that | => news.demon.co.uk>... it was in the Usenet News | => > and NOT by e-mail. | => >Kari's still free though..... well --------------------------+ => >it was only a suggestion no need to => >throw anything :-) => > => => Actually, I thought Kari *was* married. She has appeared in a couple => of films using her married name of 'Kari Salin'. => => Gareth Doesn't mean she won't go to the prom if someone impresses her. (hee-hee-hee) Actually, Gareth, the whole "won't go to the prom" thing started as sort of a sarcastic tag-line made whenever someone would gush on and on about Kari's supposed acting talent when it was very apparent that what really impressed the admirer were her store-bought mammaries. Perhaps the bit was one of those things that only us Americans get. If so, terribly sorry. James ~~~~~ "No, *I* am the sham thanks to you. Sit down. You have been demoted to a housecat."

1998-04-26 00:00:00 - Re: Kari's prom availibility (was [Re: "Wade's character" was]) - (Gareth Kitchener <gareth.kitchener@easynet.co.uk>)


James Boe wrote in message <893617845.988004@iris.nyx.net>... > Doesn't mean she won't go to the prom if someone impresses her. > (hee-hee-hee) Actually, Gareth, the whole "won't go to the prom" > thing started as sort of a sarcastic tag-line made whenever someone > would gush on and on about Kari's supposed acting talent when it > was very apparent that what really impressed the admirer were her > store-bought mammaries. > > Perhaps the bit was one of those things that only us Americans > get. If so, terribly sorry. I've only been downloading this group for a couple of weeks - must have missed the earlier comments! I must admit her mammaries ARE more impressive than her acting though :) (Before I attract tons of flames - that's not *necessarily* a criticism of her acting!) Gareth

1998-04-27 00:00:00 - Re: Kari's prom availibility (was [Re: "Wade's character" was]) - (Mark Alan Evans <mark.evans@nospamdemon.co.uk>)


James Boe wrote in message <893617845.988004@iris.nyx.net>... >--------------------------+ On Sat, 25 Apr 1998 19:11:22, "Gareth >My e-mail address is: | Kitchener" <gareth.kitchener@easynet. >james.boe AT usa DOT net. | co.uk> [posted via] Easynet UK (cuz >If you are going to com- | he is such an easy-going sort of chap): >plain to my ISP about | => >any derogatory content | => Mark Alan Evans wrote in message >from any of my posts, do | => <893473755.27354.3.nnrp-05.c1ed33d4@ >be sure to tell them that | => news.demon.co.uk>... >it was in the Usenet News | => > >and NOT by e-mail. | => >Kari's still free though..... well >--------------------------+ => >it was only a suggestion no need to >=> >throw anything :-) >=> > >=> >=> Actually, I thought Kari *was* married. She has appeared in a couple >=> of films using her married name of 'Kari Salin'. >=> >=> Gareth > > Doesn't mean she won't go to the prom if someone impresses her. > (hee-hee-hee) Actually, Gareth, the whole "won't go to the prom" > thing started as sort of a sarcastic tag-line made whenever someone > would gush on and on about Kari's supposed acting talent when it > was very apparent that what really impressed the admirer were her > store-bought mammaries. I think she's had a nose job as well, so there's a nice collectable for all her fan's. Kari Wuhrer's nose bit's presented on an genuine plastic stand, only $80 on QVC. > Perhaps the bit was one of those things that only us Americans > get. If so, terribly sorry. Most of the world gets so much American TV that I would have thought everybody knows what a prom is even if they have never gone to one. I have used the phrase myself several times and we don't have prom's in England. I did actually try to think of an English version but I couldn't think of anything that fitted as well. Mark.

1998-04-27 00:00:00 - Re: Kari's prom availibility (was [Re: "Wade's character" was]) - (forge@magicnet.net)


> I think she's had a nose job as well, so there's a nice collectable for all > her fan's. She's also had Gore-Tex installed in her lips. I am not making this up; it's what they use instead of collagen because collagen eventually deflates.

1998-04-27 00:00:00 - Re: Kari's prom availibility (was [Re: "Wade's character" was]) - (puz1@aol.com)


Mark startled me with the following: >I think she's had a nose job as well, so there's a nice collectable for all >her fan's. > >Kari Wuhrer's nose bit's presented on an genuine plastic stand, only $80 on >QVC. ***<g> Yuk! Oh, gosh, Mark, don't tell me you folks in the UK are being subjected to the uniquely American horror that is QVC? Yikes. On behalf of my fellow Americans, I offer my sincerest apologies. ;-) [BTW, was I the only one who immediately thought of Woody Allen's "SLEEPER" after reading Mark's comments? <g>] AnnieM Official Nice Person of alt.tv.sliders & MSTie# 33362 "Behold the power of cheese..."

1998-04-28 00:00:00 - Re: Kari's prom availibility (was [Re: "Wade's character" was]) - (Mark Alan Evans <mark.evans@nospamdemon.co.uk>)


Puz1 wrote in message <1998042717094400.NAA15425@ladder01.news.aol.com>... >Mark startled me with the following: > >>I think she's had a nose job as well, so there's a nice collectable for all >>her fan's. >> >>Kari Wuhrer's nose bit's presented on an genuine plastic stand, only $80 on >>QVC. > >***<g> Yuk! Oh, gosh, Mark, don't tell me you folks in the UK are being >subjected to the uniquely American horror that is QVC? Yikes. Yes we have this horror on Satellite TV. >On behalf of my fellow Americans, I offer my sincerest apologies. ;-) Don't worry the UK version is toned down to suit our more discerning tastes :-D > >[BTW, was I the only one who immediately thought of Woody Allen's "SLEEPER" >after reading Mark's comments? <g>] I have never seen it. Mark.

1998-04-28 00:00:00 - Re: Kari's prom availibility (was [Re: "Wade's character" was]) - (thirteen@frXOXed.net)


In article <893617845.988004@iris.nyx.net>, nobody@cyberspace.org (James Boe) wrote: > --------------------------+ On Sat, 25 Apr 1998 19:11:22, "Gareth > My e-mail address is: | Kitchener" <gareth.kitchener@easynet. > james.boe AT usa DOT net. | co.uk> [posted via] Easynet UK (cuz > If you are going to com- | he is such an easy-going sort of chap): > plain to my ISP about | => > any derogatory content | => Mark Alan Evans wrote in message > from any of my posts, do | => <893473755.27354.3.nnrp-05.c1ed33d4@ > be sure to tell them that | => news.demon.co.uk>... > it was in the Usenet News | => > > and NOT by e-mail. | => >Kari's still free though..... well > --------------------------+ => >it was only a suggestion no need to > => >throw anything :-) > => > > => > => Actually, I thought Kari *was* married. She has appeared in a couple > => of films using her married name of 'Kari Salin'. > => > => Gareth > > Doesn't mean she won't go to the prom if someone impresses her. > (hee-hee-hee) Actually, Gareth, the whole "won't go to the prom" > thing started as sort of a sarcastic tag-line made whenever someone > would gush on and on about Kari's supposed acting talent when it > was very apparent that what really impressed the admirer were her > store-bought mammaries. > > Perhaps the bit was one of those things that only us Americans > get. If so, terribly sorry. As the originator of the prom line, I apologize, too. A prom is the most important high school dance of the school year, and usually is held at the end of it -- May or June. Formal dress, corsages, rented limos, the works. You've probably seen 'em in U.S. movies. Come to think of it, the dance at the end of CARRIE was a prom, but they're usually a lot less exciting. I still say that if Woo-Woo shows any talent at all, ever, I'll be the first to admit it. -- Stop by http://www.fred.net/thirteen -- Remove XOX from eddress for email

1998-04-29 00:00:00 - Re: Kari's prom availibility (was [Re: "Wade's character" was]) - (Mark Alan Evans <mark.evans@nospamdemon.co.uk>)


Brad Ferguson wrote in message ... >As the originator of the prom line, I apologize, too. A prom is the most >important high school dance of the school year, and usually is held at the >end of it -- May or June. Formal dress, corsages, rented limos, the works. No do not apologise for such an inspired line, most if not all the group know exactly what you mean. Thanks for a simple and easy way to sum up the 'Fans' of Kari. Mark. - who has used that line several times despite only ever seeing proms on American Films.