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    More things I have learned

    - Once you have "acted" beside Brooke Shield in the Blue Lagoon, Miss Texas is the natural next step.
    - Russian hockey players do not understand the concept that they can always score if they shoot the puck high over the head of the small person.
    - It is possible to fit a full blown snowsuit and boots into carry on luggage.
    - It is OK to store about $200 worth of caviar into you cheeks with the obvious intent of spraying it into the nearest snowbank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by karen14
    #14. Adding 'O' after every English word does not magically transform that word into Spanish. Please-O Stop-O Now-O.

    #15. Yelling at Charla to run faster will not lengthen her stride Mirna! Please-O Stop-O Now-O!!!


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    After eating too much caviar, lay in fetal position and cry, moan, sob and basically sprawl yourself out like roadkill for the world to see... your partner will proclaim his/her love for you.
    All things beautiful do not have to be full of color to be noticed; in
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    Caviar can reduce people to tears and/or make them feel faint. Showing footage of that is a really great way to promote consumption of the delicacy.
    'A fanatic is someone who can't change his mind and won't change the subject.' - Winston Churchill

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    The older couples (with the exception of Teri & Ian) don't normally make it to the end ... but I still end up finding myself rooting for them almost all the time! WAY to go Bob & Joyce
    "The Greatest Trick The Devil Ever Pulled Was Convincing The World He Didn't Exist!" --- Verbil Kint, The Usual Suspects

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    I wasn't aware that Jesus strayed from the path of his father and was known as the prodigal son.

    Wow. And here I always thought he was perfect.
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    When describing a train you must say "choo choo" and pump your arm in the air twice.

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    Oh and... I guess Russians don't understand much English but they speak Italian.

    Mirna kept saying "Belissimo" & using various Italian expressions...

    I guess that means Europe really IS one big country!
    "He who has a why to live for can bear almost any how."

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    To get attention, say "belissimo" to EVERYTHING.

    For instance:

    Hello tour guide, belissimo, can you help us?

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    Saying "choo-choo" seem to be a popluar phrase this past episode and seems to work in non-english speaking countries. I bet we see more "choo-choos" in the future!

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