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Coming up with gifts for your cutie
on Valentine's day can be quite a task.
You don't want to give your special
loved one something too kinky, but the
dialogue candy hearts that spew toxic
sayings like "Be Mine" and "I love you"
can leave your hottie with rotten teeth.
Here are some simple tips on getting
your man or your lady a heart-throbbing
gift.
For him to give to her:
A whole evening where you and

your girl watch a "chick" flick together
and you don't complain about how
emotional it is. Cry with her, then she'll
really feel like you're in tune to your
sensitive side.
Food. Chocolates are nice, but
why not show off your culinary skills
and make her something?
Show your creative side and write
your girl a poem. Be mushy and tell her
how much you love her.
Be even more innovative and

make her a mix tape of all her favorite
love songs.
Give your girl something to cuddle
with when you're not around, an over-
sized teddy bear.
For her to give to-him:
Show your guy how much he
means to you by making him a collage
with pictures of you and him together.
Be even more creative and make
your man a valentine card, listing from
A to Z all the reasons you think he's
great.
Give your man a free day pass, a
day where you will go somewhere with
him that he loves but you hate.
- Profess your love by singing your
man a song that you made up just for
him.
Take your man out to dinner and
pay for everything. He'll feel honored
that you want to treat him to for once.
- By Lakaii A. Jones

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SURVIVOR
Continued from Page 6b
cliff reward challenge. But wait a
second - the reward? Two blankets.
Two blankets for eight people?
That sucks.
There was more sucking, but in a
different fashion at the immunity
challenge, Kucha and Ogakor had to
suck and swallow some rather dis-
gusting food items (raw cow brains,
tripe, worms, bugs). Well not every-
one ate them - first, Kimmi
refused to eat the cow brains
because "it's a mammal." Then
Ogakor's Tina throws up her tripe,
thanks to some annoying gagging
sounds from Kucha's Jeff (what a
jerk). So the score remains tied until
the end when Kimmi eats a live
worm (it's ok to eat worms, but eat-
ing mammals is wrong - dumb
girl).
Kucha celebrates their first win of
the series and Ogakor goes to tribal
council. But why axe musclebound
Kel, someone who can help them in
the challenges?
Well besides acting as a loner who
couldn't catch fish, the military
officer was allegedely caught by
Jerri eating some beef jerky out in
the woods.
Not even a search of Kel's back-
pack produced the jerkey, but the
tribe still voted him out 7-1 anyway.
A NY Post article (which has
about as much journalistic integrity
as the National Enquirer), said that
Kel may have been kicked off not
for eating beefy jerky, but for jerk-
ing his beef? Kel denies that report.
TONIGHT'S TORCH: (prediction
record - 2-0 overall) Remember if

Episode 1:
Debb from
Kucha

Episode 2:
Kel from
Ogakor

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you don't want tonight's episode
spoiled, don't read on! Well, I easily
predicted Debb and Kel, the first
two booted from the Outback, but
now things get interesting. Don't bet
the wife and kids on this upcoming
prediction, because evidence is lim-
ited, and anything could happen.
What I do know? Well, the reward
challenge tonight is a strong-man
competition in which Colby
(Ogakor) and Michael (Kucha) will
square off and see who can hold
more buckets of water (sounds stu-
pid, we'll see). The immunity chal-
lenge will have something to do
with a rope race. Rodger falls down
in the challenge. And pictures of a
gloomy Kucha appear to foreshadow
a Kucha loss.-So off to tribal council
they go. But who gets the can? Well
top suspects are Kimmi (annoying),
Nick (not "in" with the group),
Michael (trying to control every-
thing), and Rodger (liability in the
challenges).
So I called up Cleo the tarot read-
ing lady and she says whiny Kimmi
will get the boot. That's good
enough evidence for me. Bye bye
annoyance.
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against Kimmi, three votes against
Rodger.
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