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At least Rescue Annie let me touch her chest without buying her dinner first. But she was slutty and let everyone else touch her too. We broke up!


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And I was hoping this was going to be a Ruthie thread...
 
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That Annie,she never says no!


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This is always what I think of.....



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Annie was modeled after a French woman who had drowned ~140 years ago.

Ironic that they used her for a model that has been used to save so many drowning victims.

For extra points, she was also the inspiration for the Silence of the Lambs poster Wink



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Annie was modeled after a French woman who had drowned ~140 years ago.

Ironic that they used her for a model that has been used to save so many drowning victims.

For extra points, she was also the inspiration for the Silence of the Lambs poster Wink


She is known as L'Inconnue de la Seine, The Unknown Woman of the Seine. I love learning new facts. Thanks!
 
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I had to re-certify in CPR so I was using one of those grey and blue models,( I do not know their official name.) I started giving chest compressions when the head literally blew off the torso. I put them back together but other people in the class noticed. Embarrasing.
 
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I'm fine.


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Saw the topic, thought of this: (sanford dummy reel)


I thought of ventriloquists. And the original voice of Tigger.

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Paul Winchell (born Paul Wilchinsky; December 21, 1922 – June 24, 2005) was an American ventriloquist, comedian, actor, voice artist, humanitarian, and inventor whose career flourished in the 1950s and 1960s.
 
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Something about injuries inconsistent with life.


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Annie was modeled after a French woman who had drowned ~140 years ago.

Ironic that they used her for a model that has been used to save so many drowning victims.

For extra points, she was also the inspiration for the Silence of the Lambs poster Wink


She is known as L'Inconnue de la Seine, The Unknown Woman of the Seine. I love learning new facts. Thanks!


Yessir. The Drowned Mona Lisa makes for an interesting read.



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No problem. Have to get them to the shop though, blew a head gasket.


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