Dave Coulier: [on meeting his housemates] I had to learn two new languages that day - Charo and Flavor Flav! Charo: [trying to get out of Flava Flav's arms in bed] Uh-uh, no spooning. Because spooning leads to forking.
The night I met Charo, she was preparing for a Burger King commercial she'd be shooting the next day. On her dining room table, where we sat, was bottle of wine she'd opened for us, and a handwritten copy of the lines she'd been memorizing. Behind us was her living room, which had high ceilings and wrought iron lighting fixtures.
Stan and Kyle are psyched to have Wendy and Bebe visit their clubhouse for a game of Truth or Dare, but first they have to build one. Kyle doesn't reciprocate, but goes along with the plan when Stan says they can make the girls "eat bugs. Not surprisingly, Kenny does all the work because he's poor. As the two structures go up, the marriage of Stan's parents, Randy and Sharon, falls apart.
By Mieka Strawhorn Celebrity March 21, When Charo hurts, we all hurt. And Charo is going through hell right now.
After serving almost 9 years of a possible year sentence for armed robbery and attempted kidnapping in Nevada, O. Simpson has been granted parole. The juice will soon be loose; everyone prepare yourselves accordingly.
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Below is a list of slang words often used in the vocabulary of people from South Africa and in South Africa. This list of "Afrikanerisms" comprises slang words and phrases influenced by Afrikaans and other African languages. Typical users include people with Afrikaans as their first language but who speak English as a second language and people living in areas where the population speaks both English and Afrikaans.
But Charo 's not worried. Everybody has a big possibility of getting the trophy," Charo told E! News' Sibley Scoles alongside professional partner Keo Motsepe during a recent rehearsal visit.
Top definition. A Charro is a traditional cowboy of central and northern Mexico The word itself is not used as an insult in traditional Mexican dialect 2. The traditional charro is known for colorful clothing and participating in charreadas, a type of rodeo. The charro is traditionally found dancing along side the "china" in a traditional Mexican Folk Dance.