Both twins have hosted and appeared on several VH1 television programs, and Gunnar is also a co-host of a nationally syndicated radio morning show.
Gunnar and Matthew also reportedly perform periodically on cruise ships together for tourists and fans.
It was typically used as a comeback: A popular phrase used to disagree with someone, not quite rude but meant to convey a strong opinion.
Of course, saying “not even” left one open to the insurmountable comeback of “even!
Originally, gnarly was applied to something that was tough or a bit ragged, particularly a set of towering waves or a skateboard trick gone wrong.
What’s more surprising: that ’90s teen-grunge act Silverchair has broken up or that they were still together?
The band enjoyed great commercial success in the late 1970s and 1980s, beginning with the band's eponymous debut released in 1978.
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Gnarly is an interesting piece of 80’s slang that came from surf culture but had its meaning shift over the years.
PHOTOS: Before The Fame (and Stylists): Music Stars With Hair-Raising Style Tia and Tamera Mowry Best known for playing their twin selves on the hit ‘90s series "Sister, Sister," Tia and Tamera are still at it. They both married men with last names that start with the letter “H” after dating each respective boyfriend for six years (and are now Tia Mowry-Hardrict and Tamera Mowry-Housley).
In 2011, the sisters began their reality TV series called "Tia & Tamera." Tia, whose pregnancy was featured on their show, was the first of the two to become pregnant. Tiffany and Krystle Mataras of “Problem Child 2” Identical twin sisters Krystle and Tiffany Mataras appeared as the rude twins Dolly and Madison who try to extort money from Junior in “Problem Child 2” (1991).
Concrete Blonde (reunited 1997, 2001, and 2010) 19.