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2004-03-03 | 11:11 p.m.
as corduroy licorice departed his buddy john's house, john asked if corduroy could loan him a joint and an umbrella. corduroy considered it, but decided he'd rather not leave his friend high and dry.
msn.com always has stupid headlines, but these two from today take the cake:
"oldest man actually not that old"
"hot hair: would jennifer aniston's bangs flatter your face?"
well, i'm sure her lovely locks would frame my countenance in a complementary light--but my god, can we really ask her to give them up during this period of turbulent transition? i mean, she's already struggling with the fact that she isn't going to show up at work with her five best friends (outside of brad) every day anymore. who am i to ask her to forego her forelock for a fortnight while she grows it back in? ok, maybe if she was doing a physically transforming monster type role where it would be imperative that she have her widow's peak within full view of any passerby at all times. maybe then. maaayyyybe. but i don't see that happening. i can't think of any parts that would require a visible widow's peak right off the top of my head, so why should she give three inches off the top of hers, i ask you?
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