What do you think of Destiny's Child's song "Cater 2 U"?
I love that song, because in order to keep a boss like Jay-Z or any other boss, you gotta cater to him. You gotta do what the other women aren't doing. She'll keep her hair fixed, rockin' the hottest outfits. I cater to my man. That's why I can't get rid of him. Once you cater to 'em, you cannot get rid of 'em even if they do got somebody on the side because they're gonna be spoiled.
To cater to your man on a budget? You just cater with what you got. Cook little gourmet, homemade meals fried chicken, green beans, potato salad and have them waiting for him, have the house clean, have the candles lit. And do whatever he asks when he gets there.
There's an office party coming up. How do I avoid getting crunked and fired?
I used to get tore back. I figured out it was because I was mixing colors: I would start with vodka, and by the end of the night I was on Hennessey and Remy. Then I'd be blacked out. If you start out drinking wine, drink wine all night. If you start out drinking vodka, drink vodka all night. I had to learn my limit the hard way. You gotta have mind control. I'm having three drinks and that's it, unless I want to end up lying on my back somewhere. They got a new wine out called Menage a Trois go with a nice glass of white wine. When you want to go hard, stick with the same color all night. Don't end up on your back.
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Schlitterbahn the name of the Texas water-park empire that wants to build one of its splashy namesake sites in KCK is a German word that means slippery road.
That was just one of the revelations at the September 15 press conference where Schlitterbahn officials announced their plan to locate a new, $300 million water park and resort right across Interstate 435 from Great Wolf Lodge, also an indoor water park and resort. The Schlitterbahn would be an "engine of economic success," bringing jobs as well as tourism dollars and property-tax revenue to the area.
More than once, we considered the possibility that we were actually in the opening scene of a Christopher Guest film.
Grinning Unified Government spokesman Don Denney welcomed Schlitterbahn's Jeff Henry to Kansas City by asking the crowd to shout "Schlitterbahn!" in unison on the count of three. "One ... two ... three ... ," Denney encouraged. "Schlitterbahn!" yelled the crowd.
Henry spoke about his company, a family business started by his father. He explained the signature concept known as "transportainment" a canal system enhanced by conveyors that allow visitors to travel around the park without having to leave their inner tubes, which we have to admit is pretty sweet. He explained that a river walk would be enclosed so people could enjoy it year-round, and that an estimated 50 million people live within eight hours of the site, making Schlitterbahn a mighty tourist destination.
That's when Gary Henry joined his brother onstage and asked, "Would you buy a used car from this guy?"