Duke turner give me some sugar pusher man give me a dime
Any woman who gets a tat that close to her snatch or on her asshole (yes, those exist, look them up), is SERIOUSLY damaged. This is a chick you fuck if you can (you know she’s an animal) and then disappear for good before she makes your life a living hell.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who are expecting their third child in April, are pictured with Prince George, four, and Princess Charlotte, two, in the formal portrait taken at Kensington Palace.
“Rufus has tried to furnish him with a great pension more than once, but Henry seems determined to keep working. I think he still suffers a great deal of guilt, even all these years later.”
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Prince Harry and the Duke of Cambridge took part in the Jerudong Trophy charity polo match at Cirencester Park Polo Club on Saturday.
Jean and Reiss had a lot of trouble casting the voice for Margo, Jay's sister. Nancy Cartwright was eventually given the role. She used a voice very similar to her natural one. Christine Cavanaugh was cast as Marty. Duke Phillips, Jay's Ted Turner -esque boss was played by Charles Napier , using his real voice. Due to the sheer number of film and TV parodies, the team also sought character actors who could play many different roles. During the audition process, they asked them to perform their acts, which Reiss described as "very entertaining." Maurice LaMarche impressed Jean by doing "perfect" impressions. LaMarche even beat out genuine Australians for the role of Australian actor Jeremy Hawke. He was often asked to work on his accent of a pop culture figure related to media just released or that would have been released by the time of the episode's airing. Depending on who could do the voice better, the characters were divided up between Nick Jameson and Maurice. Each would play about 20-30 characters per show. According to Maurice LaMarche, he played twenty-seven characters in one episode.  Maurice specialized in impressions, while Nick's specialty was accents and dialects.