A face on a person that shows no emotion, often called poker face because in the game of poker it would be foolish to show any emotional traits that might screw the game for you.
Nicole has one solid poker face when we have sex, that's why I had a vasectomy.
Occupation: Factory worker / Fisherman
Peter is the man of the house, although only by default. He is married to Lois, the woman he fell instantly in love with when he first saw her at her Aunt's summer house where he was working as a towel boy.
He is a bit slow at taking in information and often makes rash decissions. If Peter tries to sort out a bad situation, it usually gets worse.
Peter is employed at the Happy-Go-Lucky Toy Factory in Quahog by Mr. Weed. His favorite past-times are drinking beer with his friends at the Drunken Clam, and watching television.
Peter Griffin is great charcter on family who really keeps the show going.
The 7 year old (dog years) family dog in the show Family Guy. Altough he is the family pet, he is the only one who actually has a sense of class in the family, but he often known for drinkng lots of martinis and getting drunk. He had a crush on Lois, but that was cleared when they talked it over.
Brian Griffin is one classy character
A good group
IF ya didn't notice guys, boxcar racer is an offspring of Blink, thats why they sound so similar, if you say boxcar racer sucks, then your saying Blink182 sucks.
the 16 year old daughter of Peter and Lois Griffin, she is the eldest of the children and often finds herself trying to fit in with the norms of the social society and is frequently embarressed by her family. She is often known for wearing a beanie cap.
Even though Meg Griffin is bit on the chubby side she has s nice set of tits
* Meg Grffin was originally voiced by Lacey Chabert, but she was never credited for the role, it wasn't until season 2 when Mila kunis did her voice, that we found out who played Meg
don't get annoyed by the litle things in life
Boozer: Yo man I just lost two bucks gambling
Me: Hey, don't sweat the small stuff man, it's only two dollars.
A book by Upton Sinclair, depicting the horrors of the American Meatpacking Industry during the late 19th century.
The Jungle was a very controversal book, that the president himself took action to regulate the way food is processed in America