My Philosophy of Life #1LinerWeds

Linda Hill hosts One-Liner Wednesday. Now here’s Debbie Reynolds for Singer Sewing machines…

19 thoughts on “My Philosophy of Life #1LinerWeds

    1. My car broke down once and the cab driver who took me to work had her as a passenger. Said she was the nicest person he ever had in his cab.She, Elizabeth Taylor, and my mother were all born in early 1932…

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    1. Those commercials came out right around the time my Dad died (1967). Turns out that the three boys in the commercial were the children of a widowed mother someplace else in the Chicago area (Quaker was based in Chicago at one time and most likely used a local ad agency, since Chicago is full of them). Mom had this idea of getting us into commercial work, but never followed thru…

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