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Discussion in 'Misc Archives' started by BuckStocksHere, Jan 19, 2005.

  1. BuckStocksHere

    BuckStocksHere Semper Fi!

    Is that Mario's sister? What's her 40 time.... vertical jump..... :biggrin:
  2. AKAK

    AKAK If you hear the siren its already too late Staff Member Tech Admin

    Actually I think it Richie and Joanie's Mom.

    Fonz is coming for his in-home.
  3. BuckStocksHere

    BuckStocksHere Semper Fi!

  4. GoofyBuckeye

    GoofyBuckeye Nutis Maximus

    Here's a fine example:

    FONZARELLLI, Arthur "Herbert"
    (Happy Days)
    ( Klondike 5-1313
    565 North Clinton Drive
    (c/o garage apartment)
    Milwaukee, WI

    Arthur (a.k.a. “The Fonz”) is a single, ultra-cool Italian-American auto mechanic who loves to ride
    motorcycles. Abandoned by his father, Vito Fonzarelli (a merchant seaman) when he was a child, the Fonz now lives over a garage owned by Howard and Marion Cunningham who have adopted Arthur as one of the family.

    Fonzie hangs out at a local hamburger joint known as Arnold's Drive-In Restaurant and uses the men's restroom as his office. Because of the Fonzarelli mystique, the Fonz is constantly surrounded by a bevy of beautiful teenage girls. All he has to do is snap his fingers and they come a running. Besides these lovely ladies, Fonzie’s friends included Arnold, the owner of Arnold Drive-In (both Matsuo Takahashi & Al Delvecchio); Richie Cunningham, a student from Jefferson High School whom Fonzie mentored in the ways of women; Joanie Cunningham, Richie’s precocious little sister [whom the Fonz called “Shortcake”]; Howard "Mr. C." Cunningham, Richie's father, who owns Cunningham Hardware Store and belong to the Leopard Lodge; Marion "Mrs. C" Cunningham, a homemaker who affectionately call the Fonz "Arthur"; Warren "Potsie" Weber, an aspiring singer; Ralph Malph, the teller of corny jokes; Spike, Arthur's tough little nephew (who likes flowers); Arthur’s enterprising young cousin Charles “Chachi“ Arcola [who later married Joanie]; Pinkie Tuscadero, a sexy motorcycle queen [who is “cooler” than the Fonz]; and an even “cooler” mystical hip chick known as Cat Mandu.

    [​IMG]The Fonz’s catchphrase is “Aaaayh!” [accompanied by a thumbs-up gesture]. The Fonz can also start the coin-fed juke box at Arnold’s Drive-In restaurant by thumping it with his fist in just the right spot, which only he seems to know.

    When Fonzie ate lunch at Arnold's Drive-In Restaurant, he enjoyed a garnish of parsley with his sandwich. When the owner of Arnold's asked "Why do you eat that stuff?" the Fonz replied "Why does Popeye eat Spinach?" Although the Fonz liked Parsley, he detested liver and anybody who had anything to do with it. Fonzie also had a hard time admitting he was "wr-wr-wrong."

    The Fonz's hero is The Lone Ranger and like his hero Fonzie lived by his own code of honor. They included the sentiments "Live fast, love hard, and don't let anyone else use your comb" and "A man saves your life, any favor he asks you gotta answer it" (The Fonzarelli Code).

    Fonzie first became acquainted with the Cunningham's through their son, Richie. In a flashback sequence, Fonzie, a former member of the toughest street gang in Milwaukee known as The Falcons, entered a cafeteria where Richie and his friends, Ralph and Potsie sat at a table. One of the Falcons said "Hey, there's three nerds sitting in your booth, Fonz!" The Falcons then pointed to a message carved into the table top that read: "This is Falcon Turf." When Richie raised an objection about moving from the booth, he was challenged to rumble with Fonzie in the alley on Saturday night and told to BYOB (Bring Your Own Band-Aid). Richie met the Fonz but after talking, they became friends. The Fonz soon realized that he didn't need to wear a gang jacket to be cool
  5. goodguy

    goodguy I loathe goodguy

    Yes hijacking is wrong and we certainly wouldn't want it to happen on this thread. :roll2:

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