The last hope of getting confirmed as Real Sisters is a Blood Test😂
I hope atleast the blood running in our bodies turn out to be similar, if nothing else works😫
P.S. I Am not Adopted😣
Thompson Twins- Nothing In Common (1986)• Unlike this song I have alot of followers that I have things in common with. If someone follows me and I have nothing in common with them than I block them, like I had to do to someone today! #1980s#80s#80songs#1986#thompsontwins#nothingincommon
Welcome to #mancrushmonday ! In this week's edition, the Great One--Mr. Jackie Gleason!
Born in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn in 1916 Jackie survived a rough start to life. At 9 years old, his father grabbed his hat and coat one night and left the family. At 19, Gleason's mother died from sepsis as a result of a botched carbuncle lancing that Jackie had performed. He found himself on the streets with 36 cents to his name. Jackie was a talented pool hustler and had started to pick up jobs as a master of ceremonies and comic at various clubs around town and eventually was able to parlay these talents into paying gigs that paved his way to fame and riches.
After several television appearances, in 1952 the Jackie Gleason show premiered where Gleason would go through several skits playing different characters. One of the characters he would play was Ralph Kramden, a head-in-the-clouds bus driver, whose wife would often had to deflate his get rich quick schemes and bring him back down to earth. Despite his consistent threats of domestic violence, it was clear that Ralph and Alice loved each other deeply and it was no surprise when the Honeymooners became a hit series.
After the Honeymooners, Gleason continued to work in television and movies as well as music--putting out several successful records with a big band despite not having a lick of musical training. In 1977, Gleason's career was resurrected after Burt Reynolds created a role with him in mind--Buford T. Justice. With Burt as the Bandit, and Jackie as the Smokey, Smokey &the Bandit introduced Jackie Gleason to a whole new generation of fans eager for southern tinged comedy and diablo sandwiches.
Gleason was diagnosed during filming of Nothing in Common, his final film, with terminal colon cancer, phlebitis, diabetes and to add insult to injury, hemorrhoids. He passed away on June 24, 1987 leaving a legacy as a legendary showman. . . .