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A stand-up act- In the original act, Robin's prospective girlfriend asks him to take her and her son to Funworld, but when he agrees, she shows up with four more kids belonging to her friend Bébé. They terrorize everyone at Funworld.

Animated Film- The film made a few changes to the original story, reducing the number of Bébé's kids from four to three, and moving the location from Disneyland to a generic amusement park named "Fun World," which is totally demolished by the kids' antics.

Kids who are extremely noisy and loud and cause destruction, taken from the film. Usually ungroomed.

1. Have you seen Bébé's Kids, Robin Harris stars in it

2.Have you seen the animated film version its just amazing, they also made a game out of it.

3. Someone needs to take care of those Bébé's Kids
by SoHumhallelujah April 18, 2009
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A sweet, chewy Japanese snack basically consisting of a pounded, glutinous rice cake, or mochi, rolled in or sprinkled with toasted soy flour or kinako
Lets have some Kinako mochi today, I'll prepare it.
by SoHumhallelujah July 19, 2009
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King of the Hill is an American animated series created by Mike Judge and Greg Daniels, for FOX. It centers on the Hills, a small-town Methodist family in Texas. It attempts to retain a realistic approach, seeking humor in the conventional or mundane aspects of everyday life. Judge and Daniels conceived the series after a run with Judge's Beavis and Butt-head on MTV, and the series debuted on the Fox Network on January 12, 1997, becoming a hit early on. The series' popularity has also led to syndication around the world, including every night on Cartoon Network's late night programming block Adult Swim. The show has risen to become one of FOX's longest-running series, and the second longest-running American animated series, behind The Simpsons. In 2007, it was named by Time magazine as one of the top 100 greatest television shows of all time. King of the Hill has won two Emmy Awards and has been nominated for seven since its inception.
I'm so embarrassed to watch King of the Hill now that I've moved to Texas.
by SoHumhallelujah July 04, 2009
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Japanese pain-relieving liniment. Reads for external use only. Don't rub this on your balls.
1. "Here's some Kinkan for your balls."
I can't use that I'll die.
by SoHumhallelujah April 21, 2009
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Kokkuri (狐狗狸) is a Japanese game popular during the Meiji period that is also a form of divination, based partially on Western table-turning. The name kokkuri is an onomatopoeia meaning "to nod up and down", and refers to the movement of the actual kokkuri mechanism. The kanji used to write the word is an ateji, although its characters reflect the popular belief that the movement of the mechanism is caused by supernatural agents (ko 狐, foxes; gu 狗, tengu; ri 狸, tanuki).

The word kokkuri refers to the game, the actual physical apparatus, and the spirit(s) believed to possess the apparatus in order to communicate with humans. The physical mechanism is composed of three bamboo rods arranged to make a tripod, upon which is placed a small pot, which is covered by a cloth. Three or more people will place their hands upon the kokkuri and ask the spirits a question, which that spirit will in theory answer by moving the pot or remaining still.

Japanese folklorist Inoue Enryō wrote about the kokkuri phenomenon, denouncing it as mere superstition, yet his efforts did not succeed in depopularizing the game. Some scientific figures of the age attempted to explain the phenomena with the more scientific sounding yet ultimately equally mysterious trope "human electricity".
Lets play Kokkuri after school today!
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Yinling (垠凌)Known as Yinling of Joytoy (インリン・オブ・ジョイトイ) when she appears on TV. She began modelling at 16, and started working with photographer Hiraokanovsky Kuratachenko at 19. Although never posing completely nude, she does often pose provocatively and scantily dressed. Much of her work is politically themed, often infused with symbols and references to communism and the Soviet Union. She often appears in Japanese men's magazines such as Sabra, and has appeared in photos and films of herself near-nude and mock-masturbating near Tiananmen Square in Beijing as well as in various locales around China.
Birth February 15, 1978
Height: 5' 4"
Measurements: 34-22-33 1.
1. Did you see Yinling of Joytoy in the promotion Hustle?
by SoHumhallelujah April 21, 2009
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