Posted by Victoria S Dennis on March 13, 2008 at 14:26:
In Reply to: Re: A Mary-Anne posted by RRC on March 13, 2008 at 04:56:
: : : : I would like to know the meaning of the saying "she is a Mary-Anne"
: : : Without more context, I'm going to guess that it is a reference to Mary Ann from the TV show Gilligan's Island. Her sweet, naive, fresh-faced country girl is often contrasted with Ginger, the glamourous Hollywood starlet.
: : Never tell me! That sweet, fresh-faced girl just got arrested for drug possession They've been publishing photos of her in which she looks like hell
: : SS
: I hope I look that good at the age of 69! I'm not familiar with the expression "Never tell me!" - any info on that?
Is "a Mary Anne" a synonym for "a Mary Sue"? (VSD)