A mall that is located in Gurnee, Illinois that is very near Six Flags Great America (also located in Gurnee) and is around 1/2 of the distance between Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Chicago, Illinois. It is around 1 mile long if you walk from one end of the mall to the other. It is the home of the longest/largest snake in the country, inside of the Serpent Safari Park (right across from the Rainforest Cafe). It is close to a base camp where Sailors are commonly seen, most of the time wanting to pick up chicks, but are commonly unsuccessful. It has been proposed to build a second floor if they get more vendors to open stores. It is competing with the Mall of America to be the largest mall in the country at the moment. There is plenty of expansion that can be used around it, because of its location. Since it is only on one floor, they can go up if they ever so desired.
Me: Hey I'm going to Gurnee Mills today. I'll be back later.
Parents: Ok, see you later.
A signature lyric in any of Pitbull's songs. If it's a Pitbull song, it most likely has it in the beginning. It's like a verbal tick he can't get rid of. Just like how any politician always says "God Bless America" at the end of every speech.
Opening lyrics to Havana Brown's song "We Run The Night": Havana Brown - Red One - Mr. Worldwide.
A popular TV "news" program that lasts the whole morning long (it seems like), and tries to wake me up in the morning because of all of the people screaming from Rockefeller Plaza (Center?). I personally can take only about an hour of it to catch up on the headlines, and I change the channel to Jerry Springer when that finally comes on.
I'll bet you $20.00 that Al Roker (the weather man) from the Today Show will say "And in your neck of the woods" at one point in time, of each show, when he talks about the weather.