So it had been years since my younger brother and I took a trip together just the two of us. The last time it was to Cozumel in Mexico and we still crack up at all the craziness we got into on that trip. This past weekend, though, de nuevo we had the chance to go somewhere out of town together… to California, Los Angeles no less. I had never been to California. He had, just not to LA. Now if you know my younger brother and I you know that we are just completely silly and goofy when we are together.
Salma and her scene-stealing wig! This post is dedicated to the one and only Salmita Hayek. No, not because I am a huge fan. Yes, she is definitely hot, and yes, it’s probably weird that me, as a man, find her incredibly annoying and not very talented at all. Considering the fact too that I worship the floor JLO walks on, talks on, dances on, shakes her bon-bon on – I could go on, but I won’t – it probably stands to reason that some of you (probably many of you) will disagree with me entirely.
La Gran SeñoraI did meet Jenni Rivera once. For all of 12 seconds that is. I know it was exactly 12 seconds because I recorded our conversation with a video camera. She was gracing the red carpet in all of her glory. A beautiful black dress cinching those caderas, that signature thick and brownish mane of hers falling ever so smoothly past her shoulders and down her espalda. She was the Jenni Rivera I was expecting. Larger than life. Smiling. Happy. Enamored by her fans.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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