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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by Steveknj, Mar 27, 2009.
Still needs to eat a Sammich.
Well she's also 20 years too young for you.
It's a crime nobody's posted this.
That's Sofia Vergara, in case anyone simply has to know who it is, which shouldn't really be required. We all know who she is.
We know who Sofia Vergara is, but we can't tell by that pic.
Then I'm not the only one--she and Piven were great together.
I would have had no idea that was Sophia, why are you surprised no one had posted that?
I dunno, I thought people might jump at posting a picture of Sophia Vergara's thong. I apologize for any trauma or annoyance it may have caused, and will try to refrain from doing so in the future.
I want someone to slide a knife(kidding) between his 3rd and fourth vertebrae so he stops making this insult to beautiful women.
I want to kill everyone(kidding) who makes the statement, "Needs a sammich."
First, because that is horribly judging. Second, because sammich is baby talk. Any adult who use baby talk like sammich deserves death!!!!
 added kidding stuff so the NSA/FBI/local PD doesn't storm my house thinking I am a terrorist.
[edit2] I still affirm anyone who uses the term "sammich" should turn in their mancard an kill themselves. For the betterment of society.
I like sammiches.
Sammich isn't baby talk. More of a regional or cultural alternate pronunciation that's been ironically appropriated by pop culture.
Heidi still looks fantastic. I sat about 10 feet away from her at the AGT taping in Chicago earlier this year, and I couldn't take my eyes off her.
Why did you think that people would jump at that picture? Very nice picture... Not sure I would have immediately recognized her though, so I appreciate the name being included.
Happy Birthday Brooke Burke-Charvet. She's 42 today.
I like sangwiches too!
Nonsense. Soda vs. pop, perhaps, or hoagie vs sub, but no culture or region routinely uses sammich.
Wasn't 'sammich' what Elvis Presley called them?
He needs a sammich.
You have no idea what you're talking about. I heard it routinely growing up from rural whites and blacks. Mostly blacks. Not an entire culture or region for sure, but then I'm no sociologist and can't give you the category. I do know it is not baby talk.
It's ironic that somebody questions the existence of the word "sammich" in a thread about "hawtest" actresses...