Juleen, aka "Juju"
She might be a 'game-changer' on the field, but she was my 'life-changer' first.
Aiden, aka "Whatever He's Pretending To Be That Day"
Cassandra, aka "Cassie"
Chris, aka "Love of my Life"---I can't tell you what else I call him
[Fergie, Me and ODM]
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[Me and JANET JACKSON!!! The first time I was star-struck!]
I MY BED!
I got mine at Sleep Train! Do your back a favor and go check them out and find out how you can finally get a good night's sleep. Sleep Train offers up the BEST way to ease the stress you carry around all day. A new bed is an investment in your morning! Go to sleep on a good one and you'll LOVE the way you feel when you wake up!!! Tell them I sent you in! :)
For Operation: Thank-A-Vet, Evelyn Erives was given the Pin-Up girl treatment by Ana Vergara and the Classic Glamour Dolls team!
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society OCIE Chapter Honors Evelyn Erives, her Husband, and Other Valuable Volunteers at their 2012 Recognition Dinner
Evelyn's Daughter's Birthday Party at The American Girl Store in LA.
I remember begging my mom for this game!
Objective: Spin the wheel to reveal a truth or dare. Successfully complete the challenge and you collect a fortune card in one of four categories—Children, Marriage, Career, Special Moments.
WTF aspect: Fail to complete a truth/dare and you have to wear a red zit sticker. Awkward for the girl in the room who actually does have really bad, emotionally scarring acne.
What it taught us: Those fortune cards told us what adulthood had in store for us, and basically your future sucks. "You will have identical twins five days before your 23rd birthday." (Sh!t.) "The player to your right will secretly reveal the best career to you." (For the love of God, why did you sit next to Joanna?) "The man you marry will be wearing a mask when you first meet." (That's not creepy.)
OH! The ZITS you had to wear!! I totally forgot about those! LOL!!!
There were so many crazy girl-themed games in the 90's.
Who had this one?
Objective: Be the first to buy all six items on your shopping list and make it to the parking lot. Players move around a mini plastic mall, use cardboard credit cards, and cash.
WTF aspect: What's with having to use your "credit card" to make a purchase and then also having to hand over fake cash to a banker?
What it taught us: Basically responsible for American credit card debt.
My parents never bought me Mall Madness, but I did play this one with girlfriends who had it. I think it was the reason I wanted to work at the mall so bad when I was old enough.
Which were your favorite old games??