of course everyone loves towely and wtf is up with towel safty man but i do agree with u.
PS - Does anyone have any idea as to Towelie's thread-count?
Nommel wrote:Bunny Dracula wrote:PS - Does anyone have any idea as to Towelie's thread-count?
No, but the thread-count of towlie topics on here keeps rising.
"I have no Idea what is going on!"
deathbitch019069 wrote:i love towlie a lot. He is my favorite character and I wish they would have him on south park more:parishilton:
Funny you should bring her up. Did you know that Paris Hilton's aunts Kim and Kyle were both popular child stars back in the '70's and '80's? Kim - whom I had a major crush on -appeared in many fab movies of the era, including John Carpenter's classic "Assault on Precinct 13" (little girl shot through the ice cream cone), "Escape to Witch Mountain" and its sequel (her character's name was Tia which, eerily enough, is the Spanish word for 'aunt'), "The Car" (the best James Brolin/demonically possessed car movie ever made; Kyle was in this one, too), and a personal fave of mine, "Tuff Turf"(I have this one on Beta and while I don't have a means to play it, I still get excited at the idea of watching it and, so, it is a very valuable masturbatory tool). Kim also starred in the "Dif'rent Strokes" spin-off "Hello Larry", playing McClean Stevenson's youngest daughter Ruthie (also the name of a "Real World: Hawaii" character; you know, the drunken lesbo slut?). Playing her older sister was another major crush of mine, Donna Wilcox: she of the perfectly feathered hair. This show made for many a restless night, let me tell you.
Kyle Richards, as well as being in the aforementioned "The Car" also appeared as brat number two in the original "Halloween". She also played Mr. Edwards' daughter on several episodes of "Little House on the Prairie". But it was as Paris Hilton's concerned aunt on "E's True Hollywood Story: The Hilton Sisters" that Kyle truly came into her own. And, boy, is she ever hot; not at all like her bony blonde n'er-do-well nieces.
Well, there you have it. Towelie is so much more than just some pot smoking, blue washrag. His is such a profoundly multi-faceted character that to consider him in any way is almost a Heisenbergian exercise in profound contemplation. I don't think even the Dalai Lama - or Richard Gere, for that matter - could meditate their way from Egyptian cotton to Paris Hilton's aunts. But Towelie makes the impossible possible. So possible, in fact, that space and time realign to make the impossible never possible to begin with.
All thanks to you, Towelie, for expanding my mind beyond the bounds of reason. Thank you.
I mean it. Thank you.
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