10 Signs Your Girl is a Keeper!
1. She’s hot.
2. She cooks you breakfast.
3. She enjoys quality movies.
4. She can drink, but can’t out drink you.
5. She understands sports and likes to watch them.
6. She watches porn.
7. She has her own group of friends.
8. She doesn’t make you put ‘in a relationship’ on Facebook.
9. She cleans.
10. She likes your friends.
On This Day – June 27
1693 – 1st woman’s magazine “Ladies’ Mercury” published (London)
1979 – Muhammad Ali retires as boxing champ
1980 – 1st female state police graduates (NJ)
1988 – Mike Tyson KOs Michael Spink in 91 seconds, in Atlantic City
J.J. Abrams, 44, television executive (“Lost”), film director (Star Trek, Mission Impossible III), born New York, NY, June 27, 1966.
Tobey Maguire, 35, actor (Spider-Man films, Seabiscuit, The Cider House Rules), born Santa Monica, CA, June 27, 1975.
#1 Song Today, June 27th in the 80s:
|1989||Baby Don’t Forget My Number||Milli Vanilli|
|1988||Dirty Diana||Michael Jackson|
|1987||I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)||Whitney Houston|
|1986||On My Own||Patti LaBelle & Michael McDonald|
|1984||The Reflex||Duran Duran|
|1983||Flashdance … What a Feeling||Irene Cara|
|1982||Don’t You Want Me||The Human League|
|1981||Bette Davis Eyes||Kim Carnes|
|1980||Coming Up (Live at Glasgow)||Paul McCartney|
Mr. Know it All (useless info of the day)
Did you know you share your birthday with at least 9 million other people in the world.
Fact or Fiction
Some red food colorings are made from ground-up beetles.
Many food items, including fruit juices, candies and flavored gelatin contain cochineal, carmine or carminic acid to give them a deep red color. These pigments are derived from the shells of the female Dactylopius coccus beetle, which is found in South and Central America. The dye has been used for centuries and dates back to the Aztecs. It is safer than most synthetic red dyes, apart from the rare allergic reaction.
Reason to party today – coz it’s happy hour somewhere in the world.
Happy Birthday To YOU!!!
June 27, 1859. The melody of probably the most often sung song in the world, “Happy Birthday to You,” was composed by Mildred J. Hill, a schoolteacher born at Louisville, KY, on this date. Her younger sister, Patty Smith Hill, was the author of the lyrics, which were first published in 1893 as “Good Morning to All,” a classroom greeting published in the book Song Stories for the Sunday School. The lyrics were amended in 1924 to include a stanza beginning “Happy Birthday to You.” Now it is sung somewhere in the world every minute of the day. Although the authors are believed to have earned very little from the song, reportedly it later generated about $1 million a year for its copyright owner. The song is expected to enter public domain upon expiration of copyright in 2010. Mildred Hill died at Chicago, IL, June 5, 1916, without knowing that her melody would become the world’s most popular song. See also: “Hill, Patty Smith: Birth Anniversary” (Mar 27).
Moment of Zen
“After the game, the king and the pawn go into the same box.” -Italian Proverb
Thanks for listening to “The G-Spot”
Hope it was good for you too…