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Sign in with Facebook Other Sign in options. Ma, Dad is so stubborn. What he says goes. Let me tell you something, Toula. The man is the head, but the woman is the neck. And she can turn the head any way she wants. What do you mean he don't eat no meat? I had to go to Greek school, where I learned valuable lessons such as, "If Nick has one goat and Maria has nine, how soon will they marry? You know, the root of the word Miller is a Greek word.
Miller come from the Greek word "milo," which is mean "apple," so there you go. As many of you know, our name, Portokalos, is come from the Greek word "portokali," which mean "orange.
Here tonight, we have, ah, apple and orange. We all different, but in the end, we all fruit. All my life, I had a lump at the back of my neck, right here. Then I started menopause and the lump got bigger from the "hormonees. So I go to the doctor, and he did the bio Inside the lump was my twin.
How do you say "thank you" in Greek? Thank you very, very much. There's a hole in this cake! I woke up with this huge zit this morning. I had a huge zit this morning! I put some Windex on it. What do you do for Christmas with your family?
Uh, my mom makes roast lamb. So, what happens is my dad and uncles, they fight over who gets to eat the lamb brain. And then my aunt Voula forks the eyeball and chases me around with it, try to get me to eat it, 'cause it's gonna make me smart.
So, you have two cousins, I have 27 first cousins. Just 27 first cousins alone! And my whole family is big and loud. And everybody is in each other's lives and business. Like, you never just have a minute alone, just to think, 'Cause we're always together, just eating, eating, eating! The only other people we know are Greeks, 'cause Greeks marry Greeks to breed more Greeks, to be loud breeding Greek eaters. There are two kinds of people - Greeks, and everyone else who wish they was Greek.
I've never seen my sister this happy, Ian. If you hurt her, I'll kill you and make it look like an accident. There are three things that every Greek woman must do in life: Toula, on my wedding night, my mother, she said to me, "Greek women, we may be lambs in the kitchen, but we are tigers in the bedroom.
Please let that be the end of your speech. Kimono is come from the Greek word himona, is mean winter. So, what do you wear in the wintertime to stay warm? I really think you should say: I think everybody will really like it. I'm not falling for that again, Nick. How do you say: Don't let your past dictate who you are, but let it be part of who you will become. Yeah, that Dear Abby really knows what she's talking about. This isn't so bad. Any second now he's gonna look at me and go, "Ha.
Yeah, right, you're so not worth this. May I please date your daughter? Ian, I'm Aunt Voula. Let me touch your hair. Why don't you come to my house and I cook for you. That may be a problem. Why it a problem? Don't you tell him I'm the best cook in the family? Ian is a vegetarian.
He doesn't eat meat. He don't eat no meat? No, he doesn't eat meat. Oh that's ok, That's ok, I make lamb! How are we supposed to know what's going on?
It's all Greek to me. We must let Kosta think this was his idea. All right, I know. That he came up with it. Ma, he's gonna figure it out. Okay, I know what to do you. You don't know what to do. You talk, talk, talk, all the time! Do you want my help? Yes, I want your help!
Tell me what to say. But don't tell me what to say. Ian, if you're gonna be in this family, I get you some earplugs because the Portokalos women, if they're not nagging someone Ah, you're in so much trouble when I tell my sister! I'm not leaving you! Don't you want me to do something with my life?
Get married, make babies! You don't want to know. Oh I don't know. If I had survived an old lady ass-kicking I would want to brag about it. What are you saying? Are you saying Toula will get involved with drugs? But somebody will say to her: She is not stupid! I know she's smart. So what for she needs more school? She's smart enough for a girl. You think you're smarter than me, huh?
It's lucky for me I have you to tie my shoes! Ian, are you hungry? Uh no, I already ate. Okay, I make you something. You're starting to look That Greeks should educate non Greeks about being Greek and every ailment from psoriasis to poison ivy can be cured with Windex.
Why do you love me? Because I came alive when I met you.
Seriously, it has nothing to do with the US recession or economy. Canadian production companies make these shows and networks all over the world pay for the right to air them. Lifetime films their movies there too. Must be cheap but the homes are not cheap at all on the shows. One of my siblings is a producer for a film production company that makes films almost exclusively for Lifetime Network. Up until the early s her company was based out of Los Angeles and most of the films were produced and filmed in or around the greater Los Angeles area.
They not only made movies for cable network, but also made movies for major networks like CBS. While other cities were creating incentives to film in their area, Los Angeles was going the other direction and in some cases increasing the fees tenfold. A bit of non-essential information: Even though my sibling is the head producer for several of the movies you see on Lifetime, due to Canadian rules and regulations, as my sibling is a U.
My sibling still performs the same duties and has the same responsibilities as when making films in the U. Tired of watching these shows from Canada. Houses and budgets are unrealistic for most people to believe here in the USA. These shows getting to be the same d same old. Totally with you on that Ellie. Completely different housing culture, economy, etc… And how many buy-design-renovate-sell-decorate-buy-and-buy-some-more shows can they send us from up North?
Is the US market really that important to Canadian real estate agents? I LOVE this show!! They only reno a few rooms and the rest of the house might still look like crap, be too small, etc.
I love the competition between Hilary and David. I find David hilarious. I have watched this from time to time. The drama is over the top, and the arguing….. I cannot watch that show. I used to like it! But the hosts voice…. His designs are always fantastic, however!!! When I initally watched the show I thought it was interesting, however — it soon became too predictable and thus boring. Who are these people worried about the show being cancelled?
That would be an answer to my prayers! The drama is so fake seriously, what designer goes blindly into a renovation without taking logistics into account??
It annoys me to no end, and we always change the channel when it comes on. Would love for it to be replaced by something else. I would LOVE to see this show cancelled. Everyone is always so angry and tense, and I hate the bickering. I like my HGTV to be light and fun. I am SO with you on this.
Reno drama, fine, but I want to see them focus on the solutions, not homeowners stamping their feet and having four-year-old-esque temper tantrums. I mean really, who cares? The manufactured drama can be fun!
Adults behaving like children is not the least bit entertaining and to manufacture or encourage that kind of behavior is beyond disgusting. If they would just stick to the actual work and ideas this and shows like it would be so much more enjoyable.
Are you listening, HGTV? And we can always watch soap operas or read novels if we want that. I enjoy the show. I find this show very annoying, like most shows now on HGTV. I actually miss Trading Spaces. At least that was real I think! Also, while some people on the show are wealthy or at least affluent, several are grad students or individuals with fairly ordinary jobs like teachers, travel agents, etc. I occasionally watch but am appalled at the inferior apartments and homes available in so many foreign countries, and the prices they command.
Most of the affluent people on the show are buying beach homes in the Caribbean, and those are shockingly expensive, too. But the minute we go to one more island paradise to find that oh-so-special second home, I switch channels. I find HH Iinternational quite interesting when these couples are in the Caribbean looking for their vacation homes!! Having been there many times, I have to laugh at how stupid these people are.
Even appliances have to be covered!! I saw this first hand when we were thinking of buying a condo in St. It was another ballgame buying something in the Caribbean. Not to mention, hurricane insurance is VERY costly!!
I like the original. I do think that the drama is a bit staged and fakey. Especially the guy, he seems to be trying too much to act like David and it bugs me. I wish they would just act like themselves.
Seeing their own personalities would be MUCH better. I enjoy seeing the new scenery but I hate how they have adopted identical personalities to Hilary and David. I usually tape it because of too many commercials and then I can just forward towatch the final renovatons. I love Hillary and David on Love It or List it Please dont through the younger people in with an idential script and totally boring presentation.
I am retired so watch HGTV a lot. No, I dont like replacement for Sandra Rinomato. I feel the success of these shows is with a good host you look forward to viewing. Replacements just dont do it for me. I change the channel. I used to watch Divine Design but it became silly with clown antics from her staff and lost its quality showmanship.
The concept of the show is good, however, like many others have stated, the acting annoys me. The ending is the most silly part of the entire show. That part always gets me! It scares me that one day there will only be reality shows available. I have watched this twice and it was like watching the exact same program just with two different home owners…boring and predictable. I want a love it of list it three, here in the USA I really need my house to have an in law suite added! HGTV do you hear me?
I used to love watching this show, but because the pattern and drama is exactly the same in every episode, I stopped watching. Now that would be a twist! I appreciated that because David can always go over the budget to find the perfect house.
That makes me sick! I remember one show when the camera caught the Realtor lock box on the back door the door the homeowners used instead of the front door in the middle of renovations and while they are discussing selling or staying. You just gave it away! I knew then that they were going to list, and sure enough, they did! Well I personally love both the old and new versions of this show. Vancouver is a gorgeous city, which is why the houses are soooo expensive.
I realize that the drama can seem exaggerated, but I do think it would be stressful handing over your hard earned dollars to a designer and not always getting everything you want.
I think people are forgetting why we watch the show….. For goodness sakes, have you not noticed how fabulous the design is? Hillary and Jillian are both amazing designers. Even Property Brothers, having a similar format every episode, is more entertaining because the hosts are likable and there is more emphasis on what they get done.
What has happened to HGTV? There was once a time when I actually enjoyed watching it and it was one of my favorite channels. Now HGTV is boring and it seems like they only care about making money instead of making shows that appeal to their viewers.
I agree Kim, I used to watch HGTV all the time, but now it is so contrived and predictable with way too much fake drama. Also, what happened to the garden part of HGTV??? I miss those shows. I have no idea, but I agree with you, I wish they still had gardening shows on hgtv.
Those were my favorites. Apparently, HGTV hates any style of decor other than contemporary. And it hurts when I see perfectly good kitchen cabinets sledgehammered rather than carefully removed to take to Habitat for Humanity. Enough with the instant makeovers. I miss all the designers, and when a new Design Star wins their own show, they bury them in time slot hell so you never really see them again. I think a lot of this show is staged. It drives me nuts. This bugs me too. The homeowners have large wish lists with modest budgets.
Some of the homeowner reactions are over the top, just plain nasty. But I do enjoy the original over the new version. The two Vancouver hosts are irritating. I prefer Income Property and Property Brothers much more. Wish the twins would come to my house. I love the property brothers too! So I would watch the beginning, a few houses in the middle and the end and just skip over the arguing part.
I like Jillian though, even though her acting is pretty bad. I loved her on the Bachelorette. I want to hang out with her. The two men I like are the kitchen brothers. They seem natural on tv to me. This is my big complaint about this show — although I do watch it frequently. I actually like to listen to Hillary and David bicker. You must have never had major work done on your house.
You have a budget and you tell the people what you can afford. Their job is to tell you whether they can do the work for that amount — with an estimate. Give an estimate first. But unforseen problems arise that may cause increased costs.
Happened to me, even after the estimate before the work started. I watched exactly 2 minutes of it once, and never again.
The airfares during holidays Christmas, Easter, etc triple in rates, so seldom do we see family for these as today, I am alone while my family back home is having a gathering of 18! Some find it hard to assimilate into a social life here- you have to really make an effort to get involved.
Vog from the Kilauea volcano! The result includes sulphuric acid and other sulfates. Vog is made up of a mixture of gases and aerosols which makes it hard to study and potentially more dangerous than either on their own. They are freaking ant colonies, and when you hack their roots to bits, they grow back! Possibly because the translator was German. Most of the houses within city limits are small and very expensive. What the realtor host does not mention is, to move to bigger homes means out in the suburbs and a long commute.
Because of the high tax base, most of the homes have basement suites which are rented out to help cover the mortgage costs. I still prefer David and Hilary. I watch the show but it does seem pretty staged. If Hillary came to my house and offered a free renovation I think I would run the other way.
She sure is a screw-up when it comes to doing her due diligence beforehand. No professional would do that. If Hilary was my GC and brought in the poor results she does on the show I would sue her in a red hot minute.
The Realtor shows houses that are clearly unsuitable, mostly because they are not even near the stated desired neighborhood. The couples are ignorant of the market, construction costs, and basic principles of value. Agree with you, especially about the obnoxious home owners. My husband and I watch this show occasionally.
I like to see the afters even if they are staged! I watched once to see the program and then again to see if it was as bad as I remembered. Hillary and her team would renovate the homeowners current house but never without some drama where they would run into some unexpected problem and had to cut one of the improvements.
Then David would try to convince the homeowners they needed to sell their old place but the first two properties he would show them would never meet their expectations and finally the third house would be the charm! It became a little annoying with the same plot basically over and over.
The only part I really like about the show was seeing the renovations to the old house. Yes, I would say alot of it was staged. I doubt that the homeowners ever bought any of the properties David showed them even when they decided ot sell. ALL of hgtv has become so fake. Bad scripting and bad acting all over it. I can hardly watch anything on there anymore.
Typical HGTV, a show becomes popular so they saturate the airwaves with multiple episodes during the day and multiple versions. The theatrics on that one are just too silly for me. The audio on House Hunters is awful. I am very glad to hear that David and Hilary are still on. I was checking out the station on Monday night and I saw the New people and I got very up set to see them.
They are the show. I will try very hard to give the one that is in the State ok. But it will not be the same as the old one. I am in hopes that you guys there at HGTV are listening and give those guys an pay raise to make sure that you keep them. I just LOVE them. I watch them all on the week end. Know if you guys will help me to win the HGTV dream house.
I would love you guys to pieces. My husband and I real like to have some thing very nice for a change. There are probably people here that would like help…why both shows in Canada? Who would want any of those, especially with the price tag that goes with them. HGTV buys them to play on their network. But what surprises me is that these homeowners are willing to show their filthy, disgusting homes on TV. I love Property Brothers, though. And Property Virgins with Sandra, not that other lady.
Just like in Real Life. Although Sarah Richardson has done a few renos out west. I love it when there are design shows from Vancouver! I think they have an office in Vancouver anyway? A mom from school says her neighbours are going to be on PB. PB does have offices in Vancouver and Las Vegas. Also, the new show, Buying and Selling? Which is I think is so random. They said the two stars is it David and Jonathan??? The article also said that they will be doing some shows in Vancouver for the next season.
Like many others, I am just sick of the hours and hours of reruns of the exact same shows. Not everyone wants to see their house! Bring back true decorating shows, design shows, and garden shows. My friend was on the show a year or so ago. Nothing was scripted for them but they were encouraged to exaggerate bothe the negatives and positives.
I spent a couple of weeks helping out my elderly parents, and subjected my dad to watching this show several times. My folks raised 6 children in a square foot house, so he has no sympathy for them. I agree with your father.
I had 4 boys in one big room and my daughter in a small room and our master had a small bathroom — never would I call it an on-suite!! People do have too much stuff now and why does everyone need a home office?? Do they all work at home? The house I grew up in was a transformed barn, I can say that I am not traumatized by my upbringing in it. I get a little tired of the scripted feeling on most of the shows as well.
It was a fresh challenge each time, and he gave me some really good ideas. What the hell does that mean?? Open floor plans with room for everyone to run around without bumping into walls. Granite counters for durability.
A separate play are for the kids to be loud without disturbing the rest of the family. But of course, it is no more…. I wish they would bring back that show. What about some gardening shows? I loved that show. Where we followed a homeowner as they completely renovated their house into their dream home.
I have watched a few episodes. In both episodes they acted like they had never met. But, whether fake or real, he puts his nose in their business and creates more drama. I originally hated the show and bickering. I have since grown to like Hillary and David. I do find it irritating that Hillary always seems to have allotted her entire budget such that something has to be cut.
Scott McGillivray seems to be totally real and makes comments from the git-go that this or that will probably need to be totally redone. When surprises do come, they usually are true surprises shoddy workmanship in a newer home that was not expected, etc. I felt from the beginning that it was likely staged. I can say that in my experience, the reactions on the show are not typical of the way the average Canadian communicates.
Perhaps the tension is real in that the couple has to process the bad news and they feel really upset at whatever is cut. But, no way that many people are THAT rude. The one that actually made me mad was an episode that was to include Hillary taking down the back wall to expand the kitchen.
There was a tree in the back yard and it turned out that there were regulations prohibiting building or digging within a certain distance of the tree roots. The couple completely came unglued and yelled at Hillary. Not just a WTF Hillary but they stood there and berated her.
However, I love the byplay between Hillary and David. It is SO obvious that they are very good friends. The way they bicker is endearing to me. I cannot always guess if they are going to Love it or List it, so it rings true that the show possibly films both reactions. I think of the couple where the man got an amazing office and he said he was not worth it. Hillary scolded him and said of course he was worth it. I searched to see if there are any follow-ups to show List it couples in the new houses and I cannot find anything.
Which really makes me wonder how many truly end up moving? There are episodes with families to large for the current home and Hillary ends up not being able to add the bedrooms or the extra needed bathrooms.
It makes sense that these families would end up moving. I loved the episode they did of her house. I felt like most of the interactions were so tough in cheek that they had a hard time not laughing. Sorry we dont all live in the middle of nowhere.
We pay the high price to live in a beautiful city. It is a wonderful city though expensive. But worth the expense. The average price for a detached house in Vancouver is over a million dollars. Unfortunately, too many people know this, and it drives property values up. I want to know what Canadians make for salaries that they can afford these homes?
But I own a home in Massachusetts. I could afford to live in Canada! It boggles my mind at the prices and I am always wondering what these people make a year to afford them???? Not a fan of this show at all. Just not a fan of the overall premise nor of the hosts. Sometimes a lot of the HGTV hosts come off of as self righteous. This show just screams disingenuous.
I am enjoying the new Hawaii Life, such a beautiful island and I love seeing all the tropical design features. For me knowing just how fake it all is I now try to figure out which houses are the fake ones.
Plus I still love peeking into the windows. Enjoying the You Live In What type shows too. I would love to see some shows based around international design. From Tropical to African to Asian to European, all those different countries have some unique and varied designs and features. From the houses themselves to the designs there is so much I would like to see.
I just love looking at the houses — and the reveal is so much fun. For those of you who like the Property Brothers, Google them. They are both realtors but only to support their film company. So, nothing on HGTV is really real. Where is Christopher Lowell? He made five living spaces out of one bedroom! His show was great! I met a lady last year who tried to get on House Hunters. The show is totally staged, the people who do this show already know which house they are buying before filming begins!
They wanted to re-do the upper level and make the basement an in-law suite for the mother of the husband. I swear that there is an episode of Income Property featuring the same house where Scott finishes the basement for a different couple. Part of the reason is their annoying personalities. There are those of us that DO like it- fake situations or not.
The bickering and bad acting aside, does anyone else think the contractor guys are milking as much money as they can? I know most of the older houses have problems but seriously, these guys are over the top. I bet most of the money these poor home owners give for the reno goes to these leeches and the rest goes to the custom storage that seems to be their solution every time!
Yes, the electrical issues in particular seem to always be a stupendous cost. I am not thrilled with Love it or list it. I can tolerate once a week and enjoy some of the bickering, That is all I enjoy. That said what is happening? I could enjoy Property Brothers once or twice a week.
Same with Kitchen Cousins…Then they the producers extend each show into an hour version and broadcast that show along with the originalshow. I am disabled an I am unable to go out very much. What is wrong with these producers? Ratings up my I; not around here. I am sorry to Jlia and her fans I am sicker than usual.
I like old houses, but they never have shows about revovating them. Totally agree with this. I like to see the designs but I am not a fan of contemporary style at all.
I have watched Rehab Addict and just love her and her appreciation of the old and unique. Love the original version, but the new version is painful to watch. I like these shows.
Sure it may be contrived and a bit overdone at times but both couples, Hillary and David and Jillian and Todd, do a good job of playing off one another and I like seeing the finished product. I record the show, watch the beginning for the issues, walk-thru and budget, then fast forward almost to the end to see the best house and then the reveal.
A lot less drama this way! But it drives me so crazy that every episode goes the same way. I already know these shows actually show many more homes than they put in the episode, and pick the best 3 different reactions. How can that be possible in every home? And then midway through construction, the homeowners come see their house and they hate something so Hilary has to change it up. What a waste of money. Have you ever in even one show finished what you said you would finish..
This is soo annoying. It is always the same thing. The couple only like the last home they are shown, only part of the renovations are completed-the homes are always old with lots of problems, so the money goes for repairs-and the arguing seems so staged. Just watch the last minutes to see the before and after of the home. I do other things during the middle of the show. Love, Love the original Love it or List it. David and Hilary are priceless!!
Not too sure of the spinoff with Jillian and Todd…. Plus the ideas are awesome!!! I love the show, especially the compention between the hosts. So what if it has a little drama. It gives me ideas on what I can do to my home.
Is there anyway that you can come to the United States of America. I would love to have you do my home in Georgia. I have a love hate relationship with this show.
I like looking at the renos and seeing what hilary does to the old houses and I like touring the possible move ins. The drama is definitely annoying and the fact that every episode is the exact same. I dvr the show so I can fast forward a lot of it. I like the show but the bickering between the hosts is almost unbearable.. I LOVE love it or list it! There is alot of drama with the clients. Love it or list it too in my opinion is kind of boring; but I know it will improve because they are just starting out.
Thats exactly what Hillary said to David! Anyways; I rather watch Love it or List it rather than Love it or List it too because it seems like young actors trying to be someone else. I also think love it or list it is more interesting than love it or list it too: There pretty much has to be a problem between the homeowners. Nia Vardalos as Toula Portokalos. John Corbett as Ian Miller. Michael Constantine as Gus Portokalos. Lainie Kazan as Maria Portokalos. Gia Carides as Nikki.
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