Frank and Ernest by Thaves for January 06, 2010

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    fredbuhl  over 12 years ago

    Yes, if you slipped your act could be a real flop.

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    poppy1313  over 12 years ago

    He didn’t want to work with NONETTE.

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    JFrisch419  over 12 years ago

    Press here

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    lightenup Premium Member over 12 years ago

    There’s gotta be another girl’s name to use as a follow-up, but I’m just not awake enough to think of it. Anyone…?

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    Superfrog  over 12 years ago

    How about that tramp Pauline?

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    Nighthawks Premium Member over 12 years ago

    I didn’t know Frankie Avalon was a trapeze artist…

    see?….60’s beach movies, frankie and annette…..

    oh, never mind

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    gulfcoastgrl  over 12 years ago

    lol @ Superfrog!

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    benbrilling  over 12 years ago

    Are you saying you let her go? RIP Annette.

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    1148559  over 12 years ago

    @ nighthawks,

    I remember those. Beach movies and Elvis movies were standard fair at the theater.

    I can remember my Mom giving my sister and me each a dollar. That was enough to pay our way in and buy a snack to munch on while we watched the movie.

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    eardroppings  over 12 years ago

    seen it and it’s been done before.

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    bald  over 12 years ago


    i recall using my $2 allowance and taking my girlfriend to the movies and still having change left over

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    Храм С.О.Д. (Templo S.U.D. ucraniano)  over 12 years ago

    “Frank and Ernest” author’s joke: 10/10

    Superfrog’s joke: -3/10

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    Superfrog  over 12 years ago

    You’re a tough marker comixavier.

    I only ever knew one Pauline.

    She’d get too hungry for dinner at eight. She loved the theatre but never came late. She never bothered with people she hate.

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