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 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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Forum Category
Posted: 7/17/2007 1:15:47 PM
It would be great if there was a catagory for forums under School and Classmates.

One could post to other alumni and find lost friends, old flames, reunions etc.

I noticed the search by school feature but a bulletin board functionality would be fun
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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skinny dipping
Posted: 7/1/2007 4:58:16 PM
. Up to the age of 12, I lived on the shores of Georgian Bay Ont,

I recall days and days of summer, skinny dipping..

...Craiglieth, Seagulls Point, Sunset Beach, Pretty River...all of us kids from age 5 and up..


..lol... we'd skinny dip in a cloudburst!!

Talk about ALIVE!!!

Do kids do that anymore..??

I know I will if I can..
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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Pee hole or not??
Posted: 6/28/2007 5:36:37 PM
.....lol...it's actually a chin rest...

...don't you girls know anything!!
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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Pee hole or not??
Posted: 6/23/2007 10:48:28 AM
... no doubt some Poindexter does use the darn thing...

....every now and then i have a pair where Mr Curious constantly peeks thru, trying to escape...
...eventualy getting himself all twisted and choked..

...then pokes his eye on the zipper..


..hate those ....
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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the personality behind poor grammar
Posted: 8/15/2006 9:48:24 AM
Ok . I have my thoughts about the type of person ( ality) with poor grammar and spelling.

Not that I'm perfect but I try and I care.

Some people claim it's not important or they just don't care.

I think there are other characteristics of this personality type and I'm curious to hear from readers and posters.
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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Hating Kids?
Posted: 7/30/2006 10:40:14 PM
Have you had someone say they actually hate kids?. Cause thats just a miserable prick.

But chosing a lifestyle without kids is as valid a choice as a life with them.

For someone who has no children, deciding to have them, in any form, is a big decsion...as it should be.

I think the ones that message you are nibbling on the idea and possibly trying to be open minded.

..maybe..

.....possibly..


..sorta
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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Let's have a day where everyone who isn't 100% happy with their relationship dump their ex
Posted: 7/30/2006 9:57:37 AM
Well, if I EVER do have a steady, and then dump her,....won't it take another 6 years to find another?

Yep. I'll just try to nab one off the castoffs.
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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Let's have a day where everyone who isn't 100% happy with their relationship dump their ex
Posted: 7/29/2006 11:02:34 PM
Okay,, hate to be the dink here but........ you can't dump an ex..can you?
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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should I bother? any ideas???
Posted: 7/29/2006 10:59:37 PM
I'll bet he got honestly swept up in the moment with you...he's a romantic

....and then he got typical, single guy, cold feet.

That has happened to me a few times, so for alot of guys.... we start to worry.

Afraid that we overreacted the first time ( we go simple when we see pretty girls , don't forget).

Now, we fear the next step is like crossing the Rubicon,...point of no return,,,

YIKES!!....Comittment!

So, then we have to slow up and reassess ( hence the call backs, vague but enough to buy us time while we try to figger ).

But there's pressure, see? We know we're supposed to come up with something.

The cave man does it his way.

We're not really allowed that so much these days.

And those of us that aren't 20 anymore, we've learned a few things. One of them is patience.....and caution...lol

Anyway, I'll bet he's at the point where he's paralized .... happens alot.."you never called!'' you say, he says "i know...ummm" .
Alot of guys bail out by just not doing anything...figgerin out girls is tough...can't be done.

So, it's your turn to make a move at this point. You gotta take charge and get it the way you want it ...

....or go out and bethrall another one.

hope a little insight helps
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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People
Posted: 7/25/2006 10:26:48 AM
I think worth mentioning is that the Doctor wants Darkangel to take a pill not really to be normal, but to help with what he sees as a medical problem.

I'm only guessing, but he may feel that certain hormones are out of balance ( seratonin eg.) and that this imbalance is causing, depression, morbid thoughts, and thoughts of isolationism.

Something like an SSRI ( selective seratonin reuptake inhibitor) can help moderate the impact of too much hormones on the brain - allowing the subject MORE FREEDOM of THOUGHT.

With a brain like yours Darkangel, that could be very beneficial.

If a person can take medicine for so many other things, why not look at one that can help with hormonal imbalances and mood disorders?

Just a thought.
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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Ever Orgasm so Strong you Fainted?
Posted: 7/24/2006 11:20:04 PM
Did she wake up and say..."What happened"

Maybe you spiked her drink a little too much..lol Gotta be careful ya know.

Thats not exactly pc I think.
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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People
Posted: 7/24/2006 11:15:55 PM
Hey...being unique is one thing..... being classed as different..is another.


And remember this: stupidity can be a relative thing.

Why not turn your brilliance to the light side,.. cause from where I'm sitting, it ain't so shiney where it is now.
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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What to expect?
Posted: 7/23/2006 8:13:00 PM
Good for you, having found a steady beau worthy of this consideration.

My advice, since you asked lol, would be to have an ongoing discussion with the kids about your dating friend and to frame that with ongoing talks about relationships.

You know, different types, and different phases. And talk about why relationships happen and what hopes a person has in their relationships.

I think you have a great opportunity to help your children begin to understand about how to behave and cope well with relationships.

I would phrase it with lots of optimism but also explain why some simply don't work out. So they can look forward to the good stuff and be a little prepared for the bad.

You get a chance to teach them some of the rights and wrongs.

Your partner should be told of your approach with your children so he knows the plan. He'll likely be grateful that you have some advice and guidelines. I think it would be time to find out if he's ok going forward with the plan.

It's ok if you all get attached to each other. That would be ideal. Right?

No guarantee that it all works out. Never is.

Enjoy what you can have.

I would suggest maybe staying lady and gentlemen-like around the kids at first. They can see healthy affection as things develop.

The 'father image' will creep in a bit. But early on , I would say better to stay away from that.
The best way is to be a simple and good adult role model. Family love and roles will come with time.

Hope that give you some helpful thoughts.

Cheers
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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need thoughts on this
Posted: 7/19/2006 10:04:33 AM
you shouldn't be with a someone if you think you're not supposed to be.

How can you do that?

Not fair to him!
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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shakes...smoothies...whats good?
Posted: 7/16/2006 9:35:03 PM
In a blender

any and all fruit..


but I always add a big handful of baby carrots.

Awesome sweet.

carrots
cup OJ
banana
strawberries
cup yogurt
blue berries

yum!
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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People being right down mean to others!!
Posted: 7/15/2006 12:45:36 PM
Might as well ask "why is the sky blue?"

That's the way it is....humanity...people.

Maybe not pleasant sometimes, to some people, ( just look at the middle east - imagine the comments in some of those forums) but it is what it is.


Take it or leave it.

If you leave, you'll be joining the ranks of those who drove you out.


Why not stay and try making it a better place ?
 tincup78
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Perfect partner/relationship is asking too much...
Posted: 7/13/2006 3:49:43 PM
My use of "create" refers to the relationship, of course, not the person.

As we know, too many relationships find trouble when one is trying to create, mold, or chnage something about the other.
 tincup78
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Perfect partner/relationship is asking too much...
Posted: 7/13/2006 11:59:21 AM
We all want the perfect love/partner/relationship....

But how likely are we to find this as opposed to creating it?

How many opportunities for love are passed by because the potential partner didn't seem perfect?

Haven't we all made good friends of others, who did not instantly become your "best friend" but over time became the best friend ever. Sometimes, even after a clash initially.

Didn't Rembrandt start with a blank canvass and a vision?

Didn't Michelangelo start with a block of marble?

Next time our new date makes us roll our eyes toward the ceiling, maybe we should think about the Cistine Chapel.
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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how does one interpit their own dreams ?
Posted: 7/11/2006 5:12:04 PM
I don't know anythjing about dream interpretation but...

Some modern psycological studies and thoughts point to dreams as a way of reviewing and renewing species specific behavior.

I.e Dogs dream about chasing cats, cats dream about catching mice,

People dream about being people.

Studies show that a person deprived of REM sleep ( dream sleep)by being wakened only when dreaming, for a period of only a few days, will show signs of schizophrenia. After a week or two the symptoms become chronic and the person will eventually go mad.

DReams are necessary and healthy
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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What can I do to help
Posted: 7/7/2006 10:31:01 PM
Try this.

Think of what YOU would really like, what would be fantastic!

And then go ahead and try to do that "something" for him.

It could be a terrific date idea, or a fantasy sex thing.

Break the ice!

Seems like you both need that.


Maybe you'll both become unchained and have the time of your lives!

That'd be cool wouldn't it?
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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My first try, just now... please please review...thanks
Posted: 7/7/2006 7:53:33 PM
Hey! Thanks for the comments.

I was going to do that rythm, like you did, with the repeating coda or whatever you might call it.. the "you are".

..but I decided to stay with the more erratic because I wondered if there might be a hidden flow in there somehow... lol maybe not...

Thats why I asked for review.

I quite like your version tho and it was probably meant to be that way.

So, thanks again.

Much appreciated
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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My first try, just now... please please review...thanks
Posted: 7/6/2006 5:09:39 PM
Oh Nancy, Oh Nancy

Two rows over
and one row up.

Why do I stare.

The teacher thinks you're special.
I think there's sunshine in your hair.


All the girls circle around you.
I know I wouldn't dare.

Maybe when I'm 12.


Oh Nancy, Oh Nancy
Straight A's and in the choir.

What can I do.

Everyone teases me
Cause I'm looking at you

Oh so pretty,
White smile and eyes of blue.

If I was 12 we could kiss.


Oh Nancy, Oh Nancy
Fresh as a flower

I am very brave.
I catch snakes and frogs.

I can jump from way high up
And run fast.

I could be your protector
with my wooden sword.
On an adventure.

And we don't have to be twelve for that.


Oh Nancy, Oh Nancy,

Oh I hope, I hope
You'll look at me.

Just a look from you, a smile
from a princess

To light the man inside of me.
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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My first try, just now... please please review...thanks
Posted: 7/6/2006 4:31:40 PM
I've never written a poem before ( except for love note to Nancy in grade 3)

So thanks for the positive vote.

Lol.. gimme a topic, I'll try another one.
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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My first try, just now... please please review...thanks
Posted: 7/5/2006 10:27:08 PM
Is mine too cheesy?

Please say people.

Please?
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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My first try, just now... please please review...thanks
Posted: 7/5/2006 10:25:58 PM
Hey thanks.

I think yours has some nice sentiments and phrases.

Could be three or four individual themes in there too.


Never have reviewed or offered opinion before.

Hope thats ok.
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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My first try, just now... please please review...thanks
Posted: 7/5/2006 9:55:25 PM
Yes you are.



I look for you,
And my eyes
See only so far.
But you're there
You are.

I listen for you,
And my ears
Hear only breath
and whispers.
But I know you're there.

I reach for you,
And my arms
Can't hold a dream.
But I know...


I call for you,
And my voice
Wanders in the void


You're there, somewhere.
As real as real can be.

Your heart,
has felt my heart
and you

are seeking me.

Yes you are.
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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Can you handle the truth?
Posted: 7/3/2006 11:48:49 PM
There is often confusion between truth and opinion. Add feelings to the mix and it gets complicated.

Lol... As guys, we KNOW there are questions we aren't going to answer properly. We're just guys.... a little too dense to figger it.
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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Alcoholism, the rise and fall of a relationship.
Posted: 7/3/2006 11:31:07 PM
well said dustine...well said
 tincup78
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Alcoholism, the rise and fall of a relationship.
Posted: 7/2/2006 10:31:11 PM
ellykay.


... I sure wouldn't want to be a friend of yours if I needed help.

I'm very familiar with the attitude you have and so are groups that try to help, like AA, and the thousands of other support goups, clinics etc.

Ask anyone who goes to group and they'll tell you, it's a place to go where you aren't judged and aren't thrown "out the window".
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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Alcoholism, the rise and fall of a relationship.
Posted: 7/2/2006 11:54:09 AM
ellykay.

Your thinking is partly correct but incomplete.

You are typical of those who have "issues" with addicts.

It may be a "choice".

Like the choice the fox has of chewing off his leg or remaining caught in the snare.

Obviously the "choose " mechanism is under extreme pressure.

Cudos to those who cope and who understand.

Compassion to those in the struggle!
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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Chicks profiles that look like softcoreporn
Posted: 7/1/2006 12:55:33 PM
Hey guys. Face it... Girls have THE POWER!

They flash a little skin and we have to battle our nads to stay out of trouble.

Some girls get reckless and greedy with THE POWER, but it warps them. We've all seen it. Those sirens with a gleam of poison in the eyes.


Stay away from girls who have lost to the dark side of THE POWER!


Fortunately many ladies are responsible with THE POWER and treat us clods humanely.
 tincup78
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Alcoholism, the rise and fall of a relationship.
Posted: 7/1/2006 1:23:34 AM
Here's the dilemna.

Addicts are caught in the forces of mental and phsyical dependencies. VERY serious business.

Call it a syndrom if you want.

Now, how would you treat her if she had cancer, say.

Would it, should it, be differently?

Be careful of stigmatising an addict.

Many people consider addictions dirty weaknesses and character flaws.

Any other "flaw", like a deformed limb is viewed as legitimate and worthy of compassion.


Where do you stand?
 tincup78
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how many universes are there?
Posted: 6/30/2006 1:52:22 AM
OK... ready for this?


God tells us to behave so that we don't kill ourselves off.

God is the spiritual extension of our genetically stable strategy - how our genes ensure survival.

The universe is pure physics.
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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how to be a better boyfreind..
Posted: 6/30/2006 12:27:53 AM
... might help if you stopped thinking of her as "one of those"

..maybe you aren't in love?
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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Women who don't say Thank You..............
Posted: 6/29/2006 10:11:58 PM
Interesting you bring this up.

I'm a "door-holder open" sort of guy.


I think nearly 30% of the time a woman will not say thank you...


.... 75% of the time a woman will push through the door ahead of you and just let it crash back without a glance ( same women who don't use the rearview mirror I suppose.)

Any one else note this phenom?
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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What do you find beautiful?
Posted: 6/29/2006 10:05:25 PM
a good song, a well turned phrase, the tender neck of a woman



M&M's
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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Depression and Low self-esteem
Posted: 6/28/2006 10:54:36 PM
Here's an interesting fact that may help you.

Several studies have shown that all the emotional states a person experiences have remarkabley similiar physiological basis in the nervous and hormone systems.

It seems that we "label" our feelings based on clues around us.


For eg.

When a loved one passes and you get the news, your heart speeds up, you produce adrenaline, dopamine, some "fight or flight "occurs.

You "know" you are heartbroken, sad, in pain, because you given clues to label the feelings brought on by your body and brain.

Compare that scenario with winning the lottery, say... "you get the news, your heart speeds up, you produce adrenaline, dopamine, some "fight or flight "occurs."

But now it's called elation, joy

What I'm getting at is that low-self esteem, depression even plain old moping can be mitigated by understanding that pain is a label.

Turn the mind from dwelling on inappropriate "clues" and fasten it onto a search and recognition of clues that are fun.

Use the body state and the mind to relabel certain things in your life and have some laughs.
You can even laugh at the low self-esteem.

It's called your viewpoint, which you knew, but now you have the power harnessed alittle better
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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Home Remedy?
Posted: 6/28/2006 9:12:57 PM
neocitran with tyenol - add much Grande Marnier

Twist a large number and smoke it.

By the time you come back to your senses, VIOLA, no more cold.
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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Summer *HELL- I- DAYS !!! *
Posted: 6/28/2006 8:57:06 PM
might also take a look at volunteer groups for them, my son is in army cadets so he's doing 6 weeks in Whitehorse

yeehaa!
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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O' Brother. Where art thou?... best!
Posted: 6/24/2006 10:02:02 PM
"I'm a Dapper Dan man dammit!"

"Do...Not ....Seek...the Trayzure"

''Maybe we should get us summa that constitchency"


" I spoke my piece an' said it three times"

" You're not our daddy. Our daddy was hit by a train."
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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O' Brother. Where art thou?... best!
Posted: 6/23/2006 9:29:38 PM
" No. I never was a tooaad"
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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O' Brother. Where art thou?... best!
Posted: 6/23/2006 9:03:45 PM
fav lines:

"almost loved up tho"

" all my sins been washed clean away"

"I'm with you fellers"

" she done run O...O... F...T" lol. Hogwallup

" whats goin on Big Dan?"
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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O' Brother. Where art thou?... best!
Posted: 6/23/2006 8:39:18 PM
Anyone else enjoy this movie as much as I do?
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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how many universes are there?
Posted: 6/23/2006 12:33:23 PM
The best mind of our time just stated his belief on this last matter.

He says "there must be a god"

I believe Einstein, Braun, and Sagan all came to the same conclusion eventually.

Interesting aspect of human behaviour that all people, even the most brilliant, will turn to the concept of a "god" to answer what is currently unknown and to explain the seemingly unknowable.

Interesting also, as the core of human knowledge grows and refines, so do our religious concepts ( except the fanatics and reactionaries - different topic) and more modern theories/beliefs appear as an adjustment.

Old questions that made us believe in "God" now are answered by science so we refine what we think "god" is the answer to.

Fortunately for religion, there seems to be no end to the questions and the thirst for answers the human race has.
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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Got a question for all people on this website
Posted: 6/20/2006 9:58:10 PM
The truth ponie, I think, is that we are all good people!

We are simply people simply seeking love.

Using this site is just another version of going to the bar, circling the piazza or strolling the boardwalk.

Not as romantic, but effecient...lol

The point is that this is still a form of wooing, flirting, attracting like the others and there never is a guarantee in "finding the one" in any case.

The bright side is that here is a chance to "meet" so many people willing to look at the chance of a relationship ( heads up for the sicko's).

You can showcase more about yourself so as to attract the best matches.

You don't have to be shy about contacting men especially if you show some humour and confidence.

Have fun with the people you talk to.... cause they're people.
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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If you could meet any band, Past or Present who would it be...
Posted: 6/20/2006 9:45:01 PM
Beatles...No question!
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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People threatened by sex
Posted: 6/20/2006 6:26:40 PM
Maybe one or both are worried about performance/expectations?

"Ruining a good thing"
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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A Question For You Guys, But would like to hear all thoughts
Posted: 6/18/2006 1:24:16 PM
"If they know how to put a pic on a site, they know how to crop it."


That for sure is too big an assumption.

When I say "guys aren't that devoius or clever", I also mean that alot of us don't look for innuendos, and ulterior motives ( except sex and money), and alot are simply and blissfully unaware of the finer points of social behaviiour.

In short, we're guys, clods, oafs, you name it.

Take us or leave us...lol
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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A Question For You Guys, But would like to hear all thoughts
Posted: 6/18/2006 12:52:03 PM
...



..or the only pic they had.
 tincup78
Joined: 6/7/2005
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A Question For You Guys, But would like to hear all thoughts
Posted: 6/18/2006 12:51:11 PM
No way!

Guys don't think that way at all.

We aren't that clever or devious.

They probably just like the look of the pic.
 
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