coal.' "Free at last, Mc Carthy headed for Southern Illinois University. "Usually they're crowded around me and pressing up against me," she says, "and it's so hot. "The guys all wanted to be reincarnated into me." She pauses.
After two years she ran out of money and tearfully returned home to work in a Polish grocery store, "slicing meat and smelling like a big Polish link." "I've got to get out of here," she thought. "There's no way you will ever model," said one rep. "Although from the girls I got the same vibes as guys."Understand that the reason most people are here is that it is fun.
They don't know I read, like, 800 million spiritual books.
But it’s really more important to appreciate the longtime blossoming romance than to examine that one day he put a ring on it. Instead, to hear her tell it, Mc Carthy's life has been more like a Jackie Collins novel.The second of four look-alike sisters, she was raised in a "very middle, middle class" Polish neighborhood on the South Side of Chicago.And then Evan came back with the card that said “Marry”—but spelled wrong, it said “M-A-R-Y.” And then the last time Donnie came out with Evan and Donnie’s shirt said “Me” with a question mark, holding a ring. , would be one long beer commercial, filled with good friends! Part 1Chances As these novels invariably start out, Mc Carthy's early years were happy ones.In fact, I make a complete jackass out of myself." She yells her lines. Onstage a not-altogether-healthy energy is building as a sideburned announcer, standing next to a board marked Body, Nose, Hair Length, Intelligence, Commitment and Body Hair, further riles up the twitching, hooting contestants. "I gave my card out to a few people," says Michael, 23. ' Three days later, I'm Miss October 1993.