Corky Flip Flops
Corky Flip Flops : Flip Flop Bathroom Set
Corky Flip Flops
- (flip-flop) interchange: reverse (a direction, attitude, or course of action)
- (flip-flop) a backless sandal held to the foot by a thong between the big toe and the second toe
- A backward handspring
- An abrupt reversal of policy
- (flip-flop) reversal: a decision to reverse an earlier decision
- A light sandal, typically of plastic or rubber, with a thong between the big and second toe
- Corky (II) is a female captive orca (or killer whale) from the A5 Pod in British Columbia, Canada. She currently lives at SeaWorld San Diego in California. Corky (II) received her name after the park’s original Corky died in December 1970.
- corked: (of wine) tainted in flavor by a cork containing excess tannin; “a corked port”
- (of wine) Corked
- (Corkiness) A flavor imparted to wine by a defective cork or closure.
corky flip flops – Corky Romano
The setup is promising: The Romano mob family know that they’re being betrayed by a hidden FBI informant in their ranks, so they decide to send a family member under cover to destroy the evidence against them–but the only family member the FBI won’t recognize is the family black sheep, Corky (Chris Kattan), a touchy-feely aspiring veterinarian. But once Corky goes undercover, his klutzy ways accidentally make him the star of the FBI, sparking envy from his fellow agents and arousing suspicion in the mob. Though the script of Corky Romano declines as the movie goes on, Kattan actually keeps the picture going; his spastic, sniveling, childish energy is engaging, and at its best the production bubbles over with silliness. It only falls flat when Kattan has to behave in a remotely adult manner, which fortunately doesn’t happen very often. Cheerful dopiness. Featuring Peter Falk, Peter Berg, and Chris Penn as mobsters. –Bret Fetzer
Hanging out in Galleries Lafayette (after I bought some flip flops)
We came across this flip-flop bar and it was fun! I bought some custom made flipflops! It’s quite fun how you can choose the colour (and size) of the sponge sole and then the colour of the ‘thong’ and they put it all together for you!
I chose a black sole and a gold thong/scissor bit. There are also charms and crystals that you can customise your flip flops with, I chose a single peridot crystal to add some sparkle to one of my flip flops!
It was still raining by the time we’d finished shopping so we just hung about taking silly photos by setting the timer :p
Obviously we had to make the most of our time whilst we were, in effect, "stuck" in the store whilst the rainstorm ravaged outside!
"Tickle me pink and watch my heart do flip-flops for you!"
EXPLORE: May 5, 2009 – #116 – Thank you so much!!!!!
NOTE: Thanks so much for your visits, for all of the kind comments, and for the invites. It’s fun getting to know each of you better! Yep! My heart’s doing flip-flops because I’m so happy! I hope you take the time to enjoy today to the fullest!
corky flip flops
When Life Goes On first aired on ABC in 1989, it wore its ground-breaking bravura on its theoretical sleeve: The dramedy focused on a hard-working but deep-loving Midwest family, the Thachers, with a small twist. Son Corky, 18, had Down syndrome, and the actor who played him, the charming, sweet-faced Chris Burke, also has Down syndrome. And while many of the plot points revolved around Corky and the challenges he faced being “mainstreamed” into a regular high school, his sweet temperament and determination, and the ongoing trials of the rest of the members of the family, made for a compelling and well-rounded TV saga. The Emmy-nominated Kellie Martin (who would go on to star in ER) plays plucky sister Becca, the 14-year-old initially mortified that her older brother would be in her freshman class, but she rallies, believably, and becomes a key source of emotional support for Corky. The other cast high point is Patti LuPone, who in the ’80s was one of the premiere stars of Broadway musicals, and who plays the loving but sometimes battle-scarred mom, Libby, to steely perfection. The Complete First Season contains all 22 episodes, plus some great extras, including commentaries by Burke and series creator Michael Braverman. In the end what made the Thacher family so special was that it was really just like every family; sometimes there are curve balls, and sometimes there are wild moments of joy. And always, life goes on. –A.T. Hurley