2."Life of the Party
," $18.5 million ($2.9 million international).
Life of the Party
is the third effort by the husband-wife duo, who previously gave us Tammy and The Boss ; both of which did nothing to shake up the box office.
Always up for a laugh, always the life of the party
, rest in peace, you'll be sorely missed".
Written for teenagers as a gripping, cautionary tale, the story follows perfectionist Johanna's relationship with life of the party
Subtitled "made-to-fit tales for the maladjusted", this collection of short stories showcase a genuine and offbeat talent anthologized into a 110-page compendium which includes The South's Greatest Writer; Lunacy Grounded; Nature of the Beasts; Babes in Arms; Mightier than the Sword; Benny the Broker; The Twiddlebum Method: Shaping Today's Youth for a Limited Tomorrow; Behind the Throne; Kiss of Knowledge; The Battle of Florence Tucker; Scenic Hell Becomes Vacation Hot Spot; A Taste of Palp; Life of the Party
; The Dirtiest Words in the World; Double Occupancy; Feed the Lawyers; The Bells of Griswald Stump; Mrs.
Harrison's new work, like certain awkward and entertaining people, gate-crashes the genre of sculpture but ends up being the life of the party
The Life of the Party
. Morris Rinehart, TEI President 1964-1965, gives an amusing and heartfelt speech during the conference.
The young Till was known as loyal and responsible, a good-natured kid who loved to be the life of the party
. But the boy from Chicago had committed the South's unpardonable sin: he had whistled at a white woman.
There are strategies for maximizing your cruise experience--even if you're not the life of the party
. Gilbert, a late-30s single traveler with a goatee, sparkling eyes, bright conversation, and a shining bald spot, arrived two days early in Barcelona, the cruise's launch point, and signed up for precruise land tours.
In unique fashion, Wald presents White as possessing a dual persona; on the one hand, he was a compassionate and dedicated father a nd husband, while on the other hand, he was a womanizing playboy who was often the life of the party
They're sure to be the life of the party
whether you serve them as hors d'oeuvres or appetizers or pile them on for a lunch or dinner entree.
Kathy Silverman and Lisa Bloch ("Life of the Party
: The Pamela Harriman Story") will adapt the book by Gerald McKnight, which was published in 1987.
What, one wonders, became of such mooted productions as a musical based on the late Pamela Harriman (The Life of the Party
, as her biography was titled), the high-bred beauty whose many affairs, marriages, and political fund-raising eventually propelled her to become the U.S.
Dopamine, a chemical essential to brain function, has a reputation for being the life of the party
Dopamine's day job is to act as a neurotransmitter, passing messages between nerve cells.
Pomeroy (1933); The Life of the Party
(1935); and The Real Ruth Arnold (1945).