You love magic, I love magic, everybody loves magic! Even our primate friends love magic! Simple slight of hand isn't as impressive to adults as it is to children, but it sure can astonish a baboon, no matter their age...
Comedian Jim Norton entertained a near sell out crowd Saturday night at the Fountain Street Church, but before he hit the stage, he went through his LaughFest gift bag as character 'Kirk Sinnamin', who's catch phrase happens to be 'cry me a river'. As in the Grand River.
This comical compilation is a series of clips from TV and film where writers found creative ways to curse without actually swearing. If your in the mood for a chuckle without having to feel guilty check this out...
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