عربه سوار تاکسی میشه، میشینه کنار یک دختره آخر تیکه.
یک مدت میگذره، برمیگرده به دختره میگه: ببخشید خواهر، یک سوال جنسی داشتم؟!
دختره میگه: خفه شو کثافت نکبت!!!
باز یک مدت میگذره، باز عربه میپرسه: ببخشید، میتونم یک سوال جنسی بپرسم؟!
دختره میگه: گمشو سوال جنسی رو برو ازون ننت بپرس!!!
خلاصه عربه اونقدر گیر میده تا آخر دختره حوصلش سر میره، میگه: بپرس ببینم چه مرگته؟!
عربه میگه: شرمنده خواهر، جنس این شلوارتون چیه؟!!!!
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Martin Lawrence’s House Up for Rent: The Hollywood Funny Man has new real estate plan:Martin Lawrence’s house in Beverly Hills has seven bedrooms, nine and half bathrooms, and over-the-top styling that screams, “Movie Star!”. The 13,900 square foot property also houses a wine room, a private movie theater with its own concessions area, a gym, a huge swimming pool, an enclosed poolside cabana, winding staircases, marble floors, huge chandeliers, a games room, multiple fireplaces, a large aquarium, and a state of the art kitchen. Martin Lawrence’s house is renting for $200,000 per month, and if you like ostentatious styling and ridiculously high ceilings, Martin Lawrence’s house might be the perfect spot for you. His professional on-camera career began in the late 80s, with roles on such shows as, “What’s Happening Now!”, and multiple pilots. From there, he transitioned into film work, and for the next few years, he would go back and forth between successful big and small screen projects. He appeared in such films as “Do the Right Thing”, “House Party”, and “Boomerang”. In 1992, he began starring in the television show that would bring him the most fame, as the lead character in “Martin”. He earned legions of new fans with his appearances as part of “Def Comedy Jam”, and he also co-starred, with Will Smith, in the blockbuster summer film, “Bad Boys”, and its sequel. Unfortunately, somewhere in there, things started to go awry in his personal life. He was hospitalized multiple times, and arrested once, between 1995 and 1997 for erratic or violent behavior, and his behavior on the set of “Martin” was so unpredictable and ugly, that his co-star filed a lawsuit. He has since slowed the pace of his work down, and has seemed to be back on track. His change in work style has also meant changes in his personal life, including a recent divorce, and now he has put his massive Beverly Hills mansion up for rent.
Billionaire heiresses Petra Ecclestone purchased home in U.S. worth over $80m:That Ekaterina Rybolovleva and Petra Ecclestone are some of the world's most privileged heiresses there is no doubt - but while their backgrounds may appear strikingly similar at first glance, the two heiresses lead very different lives. While both have taken the real estate world by storm, Ekaterina remains a modest and relatively unknown character. Her peer, Petra, has an image that is rather more in keeping with her flashy $175million property portfolio. Chalk and cheese: Privileged real-estate owners they may be, heiresses Ekaterina Rybolovleva, left, and Petra Ecclestone lead different lifestyles. Petra courts the media, while little is known about Ekaterina Ekaterina is the daughter of well-known oligarch Dmitriy Rybolovlev, the 'potash king' and former owner of fertilizer business Uralkali. Petra's father is Bernie Ecclestone, 81, the British F1 racing mogul. No doubt the las' paths have crossed on the well-heeled, doorman-staffed sidewalks of Monaco, or on the beaches of St Tropez - but whether they'll bump into each other Stateside is another question. While 22-year-old Russian heiress, Ekaterina, is the new owner of New York City's most expensive home, she lives largely out of the spotlight, reportedly studying at Harvard University, according to the New York Post. In what was the single largest real estate transaction ever recorded in the city, the ten-room, wraparound-terraced apartment has propelled the horse-mad socialite into the high-rolling annals of New York property history. There are no reports of the oligarch's daughter in designer labels, collecting designer handbags or driving top-of-the-range cars, in the manner of Petra, who is said to have a collection of Hermes Birkin bags, valued at around $50,000 each. She has not, as far as we know, been to the shops by helicopter - as Petra's older sister Tamara did in the Cote d'Azur this summer - nor does she own a second London home valued at $90million. Her move does however follow that of Petra, 23, who in July s to fame in the U.S. for paying the princely sum of $85million in cash for the Spelling mansion in LA. The 56,500 sq-foot pile in Holmby Hills is a relative bargain in comparison to Ekaterina's new Upper West Side pad, costing just over $1,500 per sq-foot compared to a record-breaking $13,500 per sq-foot. Born in Russia, Ekaterina has for the last fifteen years lived between Monaco and Switzerland. A keen horse woman, she competes at trials across Europe. There is no doubt that Ekaterina's millions were not made by her - she is reported to have made just $2,370 in competition wins last year, according to equestrian website, Global Champions Tour, cites the New York Observer.
Jimmy Fallon’s Home: A $5.7 Million Farmhouse for the Man Who Slow-Jams with the President:Jimmy Fallon was what one might call a “computer geek” in college. He majored in Computer Science, but then switched to Communications at the last minute, and ultimately dropped out. He had always been a “Saturday Night Live” fan, and post-college, he set out on the stand-up comedy circuit, ending up in Los Angeles, where he continued to perform. He began appearing in small roles on film,while studying with the famed improv troupe, The Groundlings. In 1988, he was invited to audition for “Saturday Night Live”, and he joined the program for the 1998-1999 season. He went on to become a popular member of the cast, and remained with the show until 2004. After attempting a moderately successful film career, he returned to television, hosting “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon”. His talk show has become a favorite spot for celebrities, artists, and politicians looking to reach a “hipper” audience, and it has also become a showcase for Mr. Fallon’s musical talent. Most recently, he made headlines when he, The Roots, and President Barack Obama, “slow-jammed” the news. It was a clear sign that he has come a long way from his days of watching “Saturday Night Live” at home with his family. Another indication of his increasing fame is the amount of property he now owns, including a $1.35 million co-op in Manhattan, and his recently purchased farmhouse in the Hamptons. His new 3,500 square foot home cost $5.7 million and sits on 2.2 acres of land. Comprised of six bedrooms, five full bathrooms, and two half-baths, an apple orchard, two barns, and two extra guest cottages, the 1850’s farmhouse is a definite change from his two-bedroom co-op in the city. The property also includes a heated pool, high ceilings, lots of light, easy access to the ocean less than a mile away, multiple fireplaces, a deck, a massive kitchen, and ample lawn space. As his guests get more and more high profile, it only stands to reason that Mr. Fallon’s taste would increase as well.