The average dog is a nicer person than the average person
What adult acts like that? Ed was acting like an 18 year old getting drunk for the first time and trying to impress his friends, it was really sad
That's why I've always liked Jillian - she has a sensible take on things, and I agree with her. Ed is definitely not long-term boyfriend/husband material, but he is fun.
All I wanted was a 45, a stinking 45 - the record or the gun. I'd even settle for the damn malt liquor. - Al Bundy.
There was a video of Ed setting off firecrackers on top of his friends head (within the last 2 years). He is still a fratboy - Grow up already
Do you really think Ed is an alcoholic, KM? I read either in this thread or elsewhere that Ed moved from Chicago to San Francisco to start up a new business. Would an alcoholic be able to meet with potential clients to get them on board? My neighbor was what I called a functional alcoholic. He never drank at work but the minute he came home he drank I don't know how many beers. He was always lots of fun to be around and for me, coming from a family of very moderate drinkers, didn't even recognize at first that my neighbor had a drinking problem. Obviously, there are varying degrees of drinking problems. All I know is for someone who is trying to get a business off and running, he sure looked like a buffoon.
Sigh... oh, Ed, you disappointed me. Especially his mean comment about liking blondes. Still think he's hunky, though.
There, there, jucamer... hope you feel better!