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A show about cold cases uses Facility from Goldeneye 007 as their main theme while various reality shows use Banjo kazooie and Mario Kart 64 tracks, constantly.I even tweeted Rare about the Facility theme being used.Here goes…Summer vacation means a lot of things to a lot of different people. you’ll be spending your holidays at the beach for as long as the relationship lasts.Or – if you’re even less lucky – in her or parents who own a beach house in Marbella.I wonder what Toby Fox will have to say about this...We have TV shows over in French speakig Europe using video game music all the time.A group of amateur survivalists are put to the ultimate test in the wild for 40 days with nothing but a few primitive tools. See full summary » Former contestant Jessie Nizewitz sued Viacom as well as Firelight Entertainment and Lighthearted Entertainment for million after they accidentally broadcast an uncensored shot of her genital region on air.The judge dismissed the case and ordered Nizewitz to pay the legal fees of the defendants.
She’s probably just never had someone in her life tell her to calm down. Maybe she got sick of my carless ass and our sofa dates…
See more » Well, I don't know about all the other Naked Reality shows, but I love Dating Naked, and have thoroughly enjoyed it since its opening.
It was a new concept which I appreciate since I believe in natural living when possible, and this takes us back to how God created us..and naked in natural surroundings.
And that was where he was doomed to spend his holidays, till death do us part: sleeping on a sofa-bed in the kind of place where Clint Eastwood would have gone to film a spaghetti Western.
If you don’t, for some reason, enjoy spending three weeks of every summer with sand up your asscrack and bored to tears in Benidorm…Or watching mangy dogs lick themselves on the town square of Villafranca de Ojetes, population 22…Well, maybe you should look for a girl of another nationality. I told you I was gonna do a lot of generalizing.)Also…Most of my international friends here in Madrid think owning a car in the city is insane – or at least unnecessary.