Albie manzo lindsey andrews still dating
On her bio on the Jets website, Lindsey reveals what she’s looking for in a soulmate: “My ideal mate would have to be someone who I could call my best friend.Loyalty, honesty and dependability are what I consider to be the most important qualities in a partner.Caroline wants to barf at the sight of it, but is going to wait for the owner to claim it before she raises hell trying to figure out where it came from. But man, wouldn’t it be kinda fun to meet Chris’ girlfriends once in awhile? Apparently, Little Town NJ, their bar that they are partners in, is doing so well they’re opening location Number 2! The boys roll up to Meadowlands horse track, where their sister property is under construction.I think “property” is a strong word, more like semi-permanent beer tent. Do you prefer a girl who can keep up with you or one who lets you have the jokester spotlight? "Wow, here I am thinking I'm the only one who is so broken up over the endangerment of the North Carolina Flying Squirrel." Sharing common interests is important, even if it’s slightly fabricated. Her fiancé is getting a great girl and I’m sure they’ll be really happy. This week’s episode of Manzo’d with Children starts with Caroline Manzo tending to her cubs’ (aka Albie and Chris) clothes-folding duties and chatting it up with her hubby Al Manzo.
What about asking a beer distributor that you work with at Little Town to refer someone? The hilarious part of this episode is when Caroline and Al meet Albie and Chris for lunch post-construction meeting (of course at Little Town #1).
In amazing Al fashion, he doesn’t blame Albie for a single second why he’s dating Brittany – she’s hot!
Caroline remarks that she was a hottie in her heyday too, but at least she wore some clothes.
Could it have looked a little nicer (sans crappy floppy sign and picnic tables)?
Absolutely – but again, I still chalk this up to these guys being a bit naive when it comes to business acumen (i.e., Chris runs to his dad for help finding the beer truck.
Well, I should really say pergola (this is from hours of HGTV watching) with an adjacent beer truck.