You know, we always called each other good fellas. Like you said to, uh, somebody, “You’re gonna like this guy. He’s all right. He’s a good fella. He’s one of us.” You understand? We were good fellas. Wiseguys.
Well, this was inevitable… another
setting where Tom and Jerry would be (somewhat) more at home. I don’t
know if they actually stick the phrase “original movie” on the
title itself or if it’s just for the trailers, not that I’m
particularly interested in finding out.
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But still I couldn’t hurt him. How could I hurt him? I couldn’t even bring myself to leave him. The truth was that no matter how bad I felt I was still very attracted to him. Why should I give him to someone else? Why should she win?
Goodfellas Pizzeria in Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine neighborhood fired its bouncer after investigating a disturbing story about a gay couple’s recent visit. The couple told WLWT that a Goodfellas bouncer threatened to kick them out for kissing and holding hands.
Bobby Slavens said he and his friends were showing IDs to enter Goodfellas, at which point the bouncer observed Slavens and his fiancé and approached the couple.
“The bouncer came to us and said, ‘Hey, you guys need to stop that or you are going to get kicked out,’” Slavens said. “We were dumbfounded.”
Slavens and his partner left without ordering pizza and later wrote about the incident on Facebook. A local reporter captured the posts via screenshot. In the post, Slavens said that as he turned to leave, he heard the bouncer say, “You better get used to this, this is Trump’s America.” Read more (3/14/17 3:23 PM)
[to Shiro] Well, why don’t you go fuck yourself, Father?
[gasps fill the room]
Whoa! Can’t believe what I just heard. Hey kid, here. This is for you. [tosses money on the table] Attaboy! I got respect for this kid. He’s got a lot of fucking balls. Good for you! Don’t take shit from nobody.