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4 definitions by Mg14

 
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The wife of President John F. Kennedy. Considered by many to be the hottest first lady ever. She was known for her great fashion sense, elegance and beauty. She also refurnished the White House into the prettiest house in America turning into the historical museum it is today. She loved her husband so much she was willing to ignore that he was boning Marilyn Monroe and every other woman in America. After her husband's brains were splattered on her dress in 1963. She went into obscurity and later married Aristotle Onassis in 1968 who was the richest man in the world at that time. But she didn't love him and married him only for the money as she didn't get much inheritance from her dead former husband. When he died in 1975, Jackie later returned to becoming a fashion icon and model and naughty naked photos of her surfaced in Huster magazine soon after. She died in 1994 of cancer.
Jackie Kennedy was definately the hottest first lady ever, she makes Hillary Clinton look like a dead horse.
by MG14 June 02, 2010
 
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Also known as JFK Jr. or John-John was the late son of President John F. Kennedy (JFK) and Jackie Bouvier Kennedy. He was best known for his iconic salute to his father's passing coffin during the 1963 state funeral of the assassinated John F. Kennedy when he was only 3 years old. He later grew up to become a law student and a businessman, founding the political magazine George in 1995. He also was a sex symbol, inheriting his father's good-looks and athleticism and his mother's beauty and elegance. Generally he was so good looking and so incredibly well cut he could turn straight men gay and lesbians straight. He was killed in a plane crash in 1999, which ended any possibilities of him becoming the next Kennedy in office.
Hey! Did you see the picture where John F. Kennedy Jr. is saluting his dad's passing coffin.
by MG14 June 02, 2010
 
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Clone High was a Canadian animated show that aired on MTV and Teletoon from 2002 to 2003. It was about a high school inhabitited by clones. The clones were made from the DNA of famous people back in the 1980s as part of a conspiracy by The Secret Board of Shadowy Figures to use their skills to make a super army. The show's humor came from the show making fun of the popularity of teen dramas (having stereotypical characters and generic plotlines). Also there was gory cartoon violence and the show's very clever, witty dialogue with jabs at popular culture. The series only had one season this was because of the portrayal of Gandhi angered Indians who vowed to fast in response to Clone High. MTV cancelled the series because of the controversy and ratings weren't high enough. The characters were Abe Lincoln, the nice, naive, shy guy in love with Cleo, Joan of Arc] a moody, smart and cynical Goth who is in love with Abe, Gandhi a hyperactive class clown and party animal, Cleopatra a beautiful, popular and sexy cheerleader who is very mean, stuck-up and selfish and not to mention slutty being with both Abe and JFK. JFK is a popular school jock and stud who is very macho and egotistical. The school's principal Dr. Cinnamon J Scudworth is a crazy idiot who is obsessed with using the clones for his own schemes and his best friend Mr. Butlertron a robot butler who resembles Mr. Belvedere.
Did you see Clone High last night? That show is freakin' hilarious!
by Mg14 October 11, 2010
 
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James T. West called Jim West for short is the main character of the classic 1960s western, steampunk series The Wild Wild West and the 1998 film Wild, Wild West.
He is generally James Bond on Horseback and is armed with several gadgets hidden in his outfit. He is known for wearing very tight pants and his amazing physique.
Did you see that new movie Wild, Wild West with Will Smith playing James T. West.
by MG14 May 19, 2010