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THE WOMAN I LIVE WITH
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2017-04-25 18:30:38 UTC
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is fixing the dripping taps in the kitchen talk about lolified
Sn!pe
2017-04-25 18:44:52 UTC
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is fixing the dripping taps in the kitchen talk about lolified
She's a keeper.
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%
2017-04-25 18:50:38 UTC
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is fixing the dripping taps in the kitchen talk about lolified
She's a keeper.
she likes trying to do all this sort of stuff ,
i leave her to it and only intervene when she calls me
Sn!pe
2017-04-25 19:12:40 UTC
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is fixing the dripping taps in the kitchen talk about lolified
She's a keeper.
she likes trying to do all this sort of stuff ,
i leave her to it and only intervene when she calls me
Very sensible. Mrs S does lots of stuff too, but
not with spanners or screwdrivers or electricity.
She does the stuff that I have no clue about,
which is plenty. I fix her Internet and she keeps
me going. I think I'm due for a rebuild soon.
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^Ï^. My pet rock Gordon just is.
%
2017-04-25 19:24:59 UTC
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is fixing the dripping taps in the kitchen talk about lolified
She's a keeper.
she likes trying to do all this sort of stuff ,
i leave her to it and only intervene when she calls me
Very sensible. Mrs S does lots of stuff too, but
not with spanners or screwdrivers or electricity.
She does the stuff that I have no clue about,
which is plenty. I fix her Internet and she keeps
me going. I think I'm due for a rebuild soon.
the woman i live with it good ,
she gets out the skill saw to make ,
boxes for her flowers and knows to turn off ,
the electricity before messing with that and ,
she knows when something is more than she should try ,
sometimes she messes up and i laugh but it's usually ,
a common mistake that comes with inexperience ,
watching her hang a bedroom door was a good one
Sn!pe
2017-04-25 19:30:33 UTC
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is fixing the dripping taps in the kitchen talk about lolified
She's a keeper.
she likes trying to do all this sort of stuff ,
i leave her to it and only intervene when she calls me
Very sensible. Mrs S does lots of stuff too, but
not with spanners or screwdrivers or electricity.
She does the stuff that I have no clue about,
which is plenty. I fix her Internet and she keeps
me going. I think I'm due for a rebuild soon.
the woman i live with it good ,
she gets out the skill saw to make ,
boxes for her flowers and knows to turn off ,
the electricity before messing with that and ,
she knows when something is more than she should try ,
sometimes she messes up and i laugh but it's usually ,
a common mistake that comes with inexperience ,
watching her hang a bedroom door was a good one
Excellent.
One thing is for sure: I wouldn't want to be without mine.
--
^Ï^. My pet rock Gordon just is.
%
2017-04-25 19:40:51 UTC
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is fixing the dripping taps in the kitchen talk about lolified
She's a keeper.
she likes trying to do all this sort of stuff ,
i leave her to it and only intervene when she calls me
Very sensible. Mrs S does lots of stuff too, but
not with spanners or screwdrivers or electricity.
She does the stuff that I have no clue about,
which is plenty. I fix her Internet and she keeps
me going. I think I'm due for a rebuild soon.
the woman i live with it good ,
she gets out the skill saw to make ,
boxes for her flowers and knows to turn off ,
the electricity before messing with that and ,
she knows when something is more than she should try ,
sometimes she messes up and i laugh but it's usually ,
a common mistake that comes with inexperience ,
watching her hang a bedroom door was a good one
Excellent.
One thing is for sure: I wouldn't want to be without mine.
it's been around 20 years and if you add up ,
all the days we've been apart i don't think it would make a month
Sn!pe
2017-04-25 20:45:24 UTC
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Excellent.
One thing is for sure: I wouldn't want to be without mine.
it's been around 20 years and if you add up , all the days
we've been apart i don't think it would make a month
Nearly 22 years here and much the same; although
I encourage her to go off for short holidays by herself -
yoga retreats and painting courses, the sort of things
that she loves and I don't do. I miss her when she's away,
of course, but we don't own our partners and I strive not
to put boundaries around mine.
--
^Ï^. My pet rock Gordon just is.
Anglo Saxon
2017-04-25 23:17:27 UTC
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Excellent.
One thing is for sure: I wouldn't want to be without mine.
it's been around 20 years and if you add up , all the days
we've been apart i don't think it would make a month
Nearly 22 years here and much the same; although
I encourage her to go off for short holidays by herself -
yoga retreats and painting courses, the sort of things
that she loves and I don't do. I miss her when she's away,
of course, but we don't own our partners and I strive not
to put boundaries around mine.
There's never any replacing that. What I didn't realize is all those
years together, into the middle-age or late-middle age, hold within them
the actual creation of our own selves. We could look at each other in
the eye and have an hour-long intense, complicated conversation in the
flash of a second. I didn't know any better, but I thought there would
come a day when I'd venture toward more, sir. And I find out we're all
too grown-up with established histories we created with bare hands. It
isn't shared, cannot be shared, cannot be created. Cruise ship romances
or their equivalent, really; that's what's going to have to make do.
Sir Gregory Hall, Esq.
2017-04-25 23:22:58 UTC
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There's never any replacing that. What I didn't realize is all those
years together, into the middle-age or late-middle age, hold within them
the actual creation of our own selves. We could look at each other in
the eye and have an hour-long intense, complicated conversation in the
flash of a second. I didn't know any better, but I thought there would
come a day when I'd venture toward more, sir. And I find out we're all
too grown-up with established histories we created with bare hands. It
isn't shared, cannot be shared, cannot be created. Cruise ship romances
or their equivalent, really; that's what's going to have to make do.
You've been reading way too many romance novels.
--
"Being both astute and erudite, I say a man not
mince words in order to spare the sensibilities
of the thin-skinned and the ignorant."
--Sir Gregory Hall, Esq.
Anglo Saxon
2017-04-25 23:28:02 UTC
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You've been reading way too many romance novels.
LOL. Nice.
%
2017-04-26 00:21:35 UTC
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You've been reading way too many romance novels.
LOL. Nice.
i was waiting for at least you can read
pandora
2017-04-26 17:08:39 UTC
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Excellent.
One thing is for sure: I wouldn't want to be without mine.
it's been around 20 years and if you add up , all the days we've been
apart i don't think it would make a month
Nearly 22 years here and much the same; although I encourage her to go
off for short holidays by herself - yoga retreats and painting courses,
the sort of things that she loves and I don't do. I miss her when
she's away,
of course, but we don't own our partners and I strive not to put
boundaries around mine.
There's never any replacing that. What I didn't realize is all those
years together, into the middle-age or late-middle age, hold within them
the actual creation of our own selves. We could look at each other in
the eye and have an hour-long intense, complicated conversation in the
flash of a second.
Indeed.

I didn't know any better, but I thought there would
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come a day when I'd venture toward more, sir. And I find out we're all
too grown-up with established histories we created with bare hands. It
isn't shared, cannot be shared, cannot be created. Cruise ship romances
or their equivalent, really; that's what's going to have to make do.
There's too much in the past (for me) to even try to build another
relationship.
%
2017-04-26 17:34:02 UTC
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Excellent.
One thing is for sure: I wouldn't want to be without mine.
it's been around 20 years and if you add up , all the days we've
been apart i don't think it would make a month
Nearly 22 years here and much the same; although I encourage her
to
go off for short holidays by herself - yoga retreats and painting
courses, the sort of things that she loves and I don't do. I miss
her when she's away,
of course, but we don't own our partners and I strive not to put
boundaries around mine.
There's never any replacing that. What I didn't realize is all those
years together, into the middle-age or late-middle age, hold within
them the actual creation of our own selves. We could look at each
other in the eye and have an hour-long intense, complicated
conversation in the flash of a second.
Indeed.
I didn't know any better, but I thought there would
Post by Anglo Saxon
come a day when I'd venture toward more, sir. And I find out we're
all too grown-up with established histories we created with bare
hands. It isn't shared, cannot be shared, cannot be created. Cruise
ship romances or their equivalent, really; that's what's going to
have to make do.
There's too much in the past (for me) to even try to build another
relationship.
i'll move in with you and wreck all your stuff ,
and spend all your money
pandora
2017-04-26 17:40:17 UTC
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Excellent.
One thing is for sure: I wouldn't want to be without mine.
it's been around 20 years and if you add up , all the days we've
been apart i don't think it would make a month
Nearly 22 years here and much the same; although I encourage her to
go off for short holidays by herself - yoga retreats and painting
courses, the sort of things that she loves and I don't do. I miss
her when she's away,
of course, but we don't own our partners and I strive not to put
boundaries around mine.
There's never any replacing that. What I didn't realize is all those
years together, into the middle-age or late-middle age, hold within
them the actual creation of our own selves. We could look at each
other in the eye and have an hour-long intense, complicated
conversation in the flash of a second.
Indeed.
I didn't know any better, but I thought there would
Post by Anglo Saxon
come a day when I'd venture toward more, sir. And I find out we're all
too grown-up with established histories we created with bare hands. It
isn't shared, cannot be shared, cannot be created. Cruise ship
romances or their equivalent, really; that's what's going to have to
make do.
There's too much in the past (for me) to even try to build another
relationship.
i'll move in with you and wreck all your stuff ,
and spend all your money
Thanx for the offer but no thanks. Besides, you already have someone
with you.
Sir Gregory Hall, Esq.
2017-04-26 17:58:29 UTC
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Thanx for the offer but no thanks. Besides, you already have someone
with you.
I'd move in with you except for the fact that
I couldn't live where a dog is allowed to shit
on the floor.

That is so gross!
--
"Being both astute and erudite, I say a man not
mince words in order to spare the sensibilities
of the thin-skinned and the ignorant."
--Sir Gregory Hall, Esq.
Checkmate, DoW #1
2017-04-26 23:19:07 UTC
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Thanx for the offer but no thanks. Besides, you already have someone
with you.
I'd move in with you except for the fact that
I couldn't live where a dog is allowed to shit
on the floor.
That is so gross!
Plus, you'd probably insist on bringing your bucket, and I'm sure
Pandora wouldn't tolerate that, among your many other "short comings".
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Sn!pe
2017-04-26 23:24:23 UTC
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I'd move in with you except for the fact that
I couldn't live where a dog is allowed to shit
on the floor.
That is so gross!
Plus, you'd probably insist on bringing your bucket, and I'm sure
Pandora wouldn't tolerate that, among your many other "short comings".
Three Haws!
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Checkmate, DoW #1
2017-04-27 00:54:21 UTC
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I'd move in with you except for the fact that
I couldn't live where a dog is allowed to shit
on the floor.
That is so gross!
Plus, you'd probably insist on bringing your bucket, and I'm sure
Pandora wouldn't tolerate that, among your many other "short comings".
Three Haws!
Two SPANKYS!
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all rights reserved

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2017-04-26 18:00:57 UTC
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Excellent.
One thing is for sure: I wouldn't want to be without mine.
it's been around 20 years and if you add up , all the days we've
been apart i don't think it would make a month
Nearly 22 years here and much the same; although I encourage her
to go off for short holidays by herself - yoga retreats and
painting courses, the sort of things that she loves and I don't
do. I miss her when she's away,
of course, but we don't own our partners and I strive not to put
boundaries around mine.
There's never any replacing that. What I didn't realize is all
those years together, into the middle-age or late-middle age,
hold
within them the actual creation of our own selves. We could look
at each other in the eye and have an hour-long intense,
complicated
conversation in the flash of a second.
Indeed.
I didn't know any better, but I thought there would
Post by Anglo Saxon
come a day when I'd venture toward more, sir. And I find out
we're
all too grown-up with established histories we created with bare
hands. It isn't shared, cannot be shared, cannot be created.
Cruise ship romances or their equivalent, really; that's what's
going to have to make do.
There's too much in the past (for me) to even try to build another
relationship.
i'll move in with you and wreck all your stuff ,
and spend all your money
Thanx for the offer but no thanks. Besides, you already have
someone
with you.
that's a poor excuse for not letting me live there ,
i could split my time you get me monday wednesday and friday
Skeet
2017-04-26 18:34:18 UTC
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Excellent.
One thing is for sure: I wouldn't want to be without mine.
it's been around 20 years and if you add up , all the days we've
been apart i don't think it would make a month
Nearly 22 years here and much the same; although I encourage her
to go off for short holidays by herself - yoga retreats and
painting courses, the sort of things that she loves and I don't
do. I miss her when she's away,
of course, but we don't own our partners and I strive not to put
boundaries around mine.
There's never any replacing that. What I didn't realize is all
those years together, into the middle-age or late-middle age,
hold
within them the actual creation of our own selves. We could look
at each other in the eye and have an hour-long intense,
complicated
conversation in the flash of a second.
Indeed.
I didn't know any better, but I thought there would
Post by Anglo Saxon
come a day when I'd venture toward more, sir. And I find out
we're
all too grown-up with established histories we created with bare
hands. It isn't shared, cannot be shared, cannot be created.
Cruise ship romances or their equivalent, really; that's what's
going to have to make do.
There's too much in the past (for me) to even try to build another
relationship.
i'll move in with you and wreck all your stuff ,
and spend all your money
Thanx for the offer but no thanks. Besides, you already have
someone
with you.
that's a poor excuse for not letting me live there ,
i could split my time you get me monday wednesday and friday
I wont wreck stuff, but I might take her shopping.
%
2017-04-26 18:44:44 UTC
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Excellent.
One thing is for sure: I wouldn't want to be without mine.
it's been around 20 years and if you add up , all the days we've
been apart i don't think it would make a month
Nearly 22 years here and much the same; although I encourage her
to go off for short holidays by herself - yoga retreats and
painting courses, the sort of things that she loves and I don't
do. I miss her when she's away,
of course, but we don't own our partners and I strive not to put
boundaries around mine.
There's never any replacing that. What I didn't realize is all
those years together, into the middle-age or late-middle age,
hold
within them the actual creation of our own selves. We could look
at each other in the eye and have an hour-long intense,
complicated
conversation in the flash of a second.
Indeed.
I didn't know any better, but I thought there would
Post by Anglo Saxon
come a day when I'd venture toward more, sir. And I find out
we're
all too grown-up with established histories we created with bare
hands. It isn't shared, cannot be shared, cannot be created.
Cruise ship romances or their equivalent, really; that's what's
going to have to make do.
There's too much in the past (for me) to even try to build
another
relationship.
i'll move in with you and wreck all your stuff ,
and spend all your money
Thanx for the offer but no thanks. Besides, you already have someone
with you.
that's a poor excuse for not letting me live there ,
i could split my time you get me monday wednesday and friday
I wont wreck stuff, but I might take her shopping.
i was about to promise that i won't even slap her much
rachel
2017-04-26 19:18:03 UTC
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Excellent.
One thing is for sure: I wouldn't want to be without mine.
it's been around 20 years and if you add up , all the days we've
been apart i don't think it would make a month
Nearly 22 years here and much the same; although I encourage her
to go off for short holidays by herself - yoga retreats and
painting courses, the sort of things that she loves and I don't
do. I miss her when she's away,
of course, but we don't own our partners and I strive not to put
boundaries around mine.
There's never any replacing that. What I didn't realize is all
those years together, into the middle-age or late-middle age,
hold
within them the actual creation of our own selves. We could look
at each other in the eye and have an hour-long intense,
complicated
conversation in the flash of a second.
Indeed.
I didn't know any better, but I thought there would
Post by Anglo Saxon
come a day when I'd venture toward more, sir. And I find out
we're
all too grown-up with established histories we created with bare
hands. It isn't shared, cannot be shared, cannot be created.
Cruise ship romances or their equivalent, really; that's what's
going to have to make do.
There's too much in the past (for me) to even try to build another
relationship.
i'll move in with you and wreck all your stuff ,
and spend all your money
Thanx for the offer but no thanks. Besides, you already have someone
with you.
that's a poor excuse for not letting me live there ,
i could split my time you get me monday wednesday and friday
I wont wreck stuff, but I might take her shopping.
i was about to promise that i won't even slap her much
💄
Skeet
2017-04-26 21:10:29 UTC
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Excellent.
One thing is for sure: I wouldn't want to be without mine.
it's been around 20 years and if you add up , all the days we've
been apart i don't think it would make a month
Nearly 22 years here and much the same; although I encourage her
to go off for short holidays by herself - yoga retreats and
painting courses, the sort of things that she loves and I don't
do. I miss her when she's away,
of course, but we don't own our partners and I strive not to put
boundaries around mine.
There's never any replacing that. What I didn't realize is all
those years together, into the middle-age or late-middle age,
hold
within them the actual creation of our own selves. We could look
at each other in the eye and have an hour-long intense,
complicated
conversation in the flash of a second.
Indeed.
I didn't know any better, but I thought there would
Post by Anglo Saxon
come a day when I'd venture toward more, sir. And I find out
we're
all too grown-up with established histories we created with bare
hands. It isn't shared, cannot be shared, cannot be created.
Cruise ship romances or their equivalent, really; that's what's
going to have to make do.
There's too much in the past (for me) to even try to build another
relationship.
i'll move in with you and wreck all your stuff ,
and spend all your money
Thanx for the offer but no thanks. Besides, you already have someone
with you.
that's a poor excuse for not letting me live there ,
i could split my time you get me monday wednesday and friday
I wont wreck stuff, but I might take her shopping.
i was about to promise that i won't even slap her much
That is a plus.
%
2017-04-26 21:54:43 UTC
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Excellent.
One thing is for sure: I wouldn't want to be without mine.
it's been around 20 years and if you add up , all the days we've
been apart i don't think it would make a month
Nearly 22 years here and much the same; although I encourage her
to go off for short holidays by herself - yoga retreats and
painting courses, the sort of things that she loves and I don't
do. I miss her when she's away,
of course, but we don't own our partners and I strive not to put
boundaries around mine.
There's never any replacing that. What I didn't realize is all
those years together, into the middle-age or late-middle age,
hold
within them the actual creation of our own selves. We could look
at each other in the eye and have an hour-long intense,
complicated
conversation in the flash of a second.
Indeed.
I didn't know any better, but I thought there would
Post by Anglo Saxon
come a day when I'd venture toward more, sir. And I find out
we're
all too grown-up with established histories we created with bare
hands. It isn't shared, cannot be shared, cannot be created.
Cruise ship romances or their equivalent, really; that's what's
going to have to make do.
There's too much in the past (for me) to even try to build another
relationship.
i'll move in with you and wreck all your stuff ,
and spend all your money
Thanx for the offer but no thanks. Besides, you already have someone
with you.
that's a poor excuse for not letting me live there ,
i could split my time you get me monday wednesday and friday
I wont wreck stuff, but I might take her shopping.
i was about to promise that i won't even slap her much
That is a plus.
i would say and an offer i don't usually make
pandora
2017-04-26 22:32:46 UTC
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Excellent.
One thing is for sure: I wouldn't want to be without mine.
it's been around 20 years and if you add up , all the days we've
been apart i don't think it would make a month
Nearly 22 years here and much the same; although I encourage her
to go off for short holidays by herself - yoga retreats and
painting courses, the sort of things that she loves and I don't
do. I miss her when she's away,
of course, but we don't own our partners and I strive not to put
boundaries around mine.
There's never any replacing that. What I didn't realize is all
those years together, into the middle-age or late-middle age, hold
within them the actual creation of our own selves. We could look
at each other in the eye and have an hour-long intense,
complicated conversation in the flash of a second.
Indeed.
I didn't know any better, but I thought there would
Post by Anglo Saxon
come a day when I'd venture toward more, sir. And I find out we're
all too grown-up with established histories we created with bare
hands. It isn't shared, cannot be shared, cannot be created.
Cruise ship romances or their equivalent, really; that's what's
going to have to make do.
There's too much in the past (for me) to even try to build another
relationship.
i'll move in with you and wreck all your stuff ,
and spend all your money
Thanx for the offer but no thanks. Besides, you already have someone
with you.
that's a poor excuse for not letting me live there ,
i could split my time you get me monday wednesday and friday
I wont wreck stuff, but I might take her shopping.
i was about to promise that i won't even slap her much
That's a good thing. Bad for you if you did.
%
2017-04-26 22:38:14 UTC
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Excellent.
One thing is for sure: I wouldn't want to be without mine.
it's been around 20 years and if you add up , all the days
we've been apart i don't think it would make a month
Nearly 22 years here and much the same; although I encourage
her to go off for short holidays by herself - yoga retreats
and painting courses, the sort of things that she loves and
I
don't do. I miss her when she's away,
of course, but we don't own our partners and I strive not to
put boundaries around mine.
There's never any replacing that. What I didn't realize is all
those years together, into the middle-age or late-middle age,
hold within them the actual creation of our own selves. We
could look at each other in the eye and have an hour-long
intense, complicated conversation in the flash of a second.
Indeed.
I didn't know any better, but I thought there would
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come a day when I'd venture toward more, sir. And I find out
we're all too grown-up with established histories we created
with bare hands. It isn't shared, cannot be shared, cannot be
created. Cruise ship romances or their equivalent, really;
that's what's going to have to make do.
There's too much in the past (for me) to even try to build
another relationship.
i'll move in with you and wreck all your stuff ,
and spend all your money
Thanx for the offer but no thanks. Besides, you already have
someone with you.
that's a poor excuse for not letting me live there ,
i could split my time you get me monday wednesday and friday
I wont wreck stuff, but I might take her shopping.
i was about to promise that i won't even slap her much
That's a good thing. Bad for you if you did.
oh take a joke for christs sakes ,
yea my goal in life is to back hand every woman at least once
pandora
2017-04-26 22:41:08 UTC
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Excellent.
One thing is for sure: I wouldn't want to be without mine.
it's been around 20 years and if you add up , all the days
we've been apart i don't think it would make a month
Nearly 22 years here and much the same; although I encourage
her to go off for short holidays by herself - yoga retreats and
painting courses, the sort of things that she loves and I
don't do. I miss her when she's away,
of course, but we don't own our partners and I strive not to
put boundaries around mine.
There's never any replacing that. What I didn't realize is all
those years together, into the middle-age or late-middle age,
hold within them the actual creation of our own selves. We could
look at each other in the eye and have an hour-long intense,
complicated conversation in the flash of a second.
Indeed.
I didn't know any better, but I thought there would
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come a day when I'd venture toward more, sir. And I find out
we're all too grown-up with established histories we created
with bare hands. It isn't shared, cannot be shared, cannot be
created. Cruise ship romances or their equivalent, really;
that's what's going to have to make do.
There's too much in the past (for me) to even try to build
another relationship.
i'll move in with you and wreck all your stuff ,
and spend all your money
Thanx for the offer but no thanks. Besides, you already have
someone with you.
that's a poor excuse for not letting me live there ,
i could split my time you get me monday wednesday and friday
I wont wreck stuff, but I might take her shopping.
i was about to promise that i won't even slap her much
That's a good thing. Bad for you if you did.
oh take a joke for christs sakes ,
yea my goal in life is to back hand every woman at least once
Just sayin.....
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2017-04-26 22:57:19 UTC
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Excellent.
One thing is for sure: I wouldn't want to be without mine.
it's been around 20 years and if you add up , all the days
we've been apart i don't think it would make a month
Nearly 22 years here and much the same; although I
encourage
her to go off for short holidays by herself - yoga
retreats
and painting courses, the sort of things that she loves
and
I don't do. I miss her when she's away,
of course, but we don't own our partners and I strive not to
put boundaries around mine.
There's never any replacing that. What I didn't realize is
all those years together, into the middle-age or
late-middle
age, hold within them the actual creation of our own
selves.
We could look at each other in the eye and have an
hour-long
intense, complicated conversation in the flash of a second.
Indeed.
I didn't know any better, but I thought there would
Post by Anglo Saxon
come a day when I'd venture toward more, sir. And I find out
we're all too grown-up with established histories we
created
with bare hands. It isn't shared, cannot be shared, cannot be
created. Cruise ship romances or their equivalent, really;
that's what's going to have to make do.
There's too much in the past (for me) to even try to build
another relationship.
i'll move in with you and wreck all your stuff ,
and spend all your money
Thanx for the offer but no thanks. Besides, you already have
someone with you.
that's a poor excuse for not letting me live there ,
i could split my time you get me monday wednesday and friday
I wont wreck stuff, but I might take her shopping.
i was about to promise that i won't even slap her much
That's a good thing. Bad for you if you did.
oh take a joke for christs sakes ,
yea my goal in life is to back hand every woman at least once
Just sayin.....
well you tell me now how it would be bad for me if you please
Skeet
2017-04-26 23:05:56 UTC
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Excellent.
One thing is for sure: I wouldn't want to be without mine.
it's been around 20 years and if you add up , all the days
we've been apart i don't think it would make a month
Nearly 22 years here and much the same; although I encourage
her to go off for short holidays by herself - yoga retreats
and painting courses, the sort of things that she loves and
I
don't do. I miss her when she's away,
of course, but we don't own our partners and I strive not to
put boundaries around mine.
There's never any replacing that. What I didn't realize is all
those years together, into the middle-age or late-middle age,
hold within them the actual creation of our own selves. We
could look at each other in the eye and have an hour-long
intense, complicated conversation in the flash of a second.
Indeed.
I didn't know any better, but I thought there would
Post by Anglo Saxon
come a day when I'd venture toward more, sir. And I find out
we're all too grown-up with established histories we created
with bare hands. It isn't shared, cannot be shared, cannot be
created. Cruise ship romances or their equivalent, really;
that's what's going to have to make do.
There's too much in the past (for me) to even try to build
another relationship.
i'll move in with you and wreck all your stuff ,
and spend all your money
Thanx for the offer but no thanks. Besides, you already have
someone with you.
that's a poor excuse for not letting me live there ,
i could split my time you get me monday wednesday and friday
I wont wreck stuff, but I might take her shopping.
i was about to promise that i won't even slap her much
That's a good thing. Bad for you if you did.
oh take a joke for christs sakes ,
yea my goal in life is to back hand every woman at least once
thats a lotta wimmens
pandora
2017-04-26 22:31:38 UTC
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Excellent.
One thing is for sure: I wouldn't want to be without mine.
it's been around 20 years and if you add up , all the days we've
been apart i don't think it would make a month
Nearly 22 years here and much the same; although I encourage her
to go off for short holidays by herself - yoga retreats and
painting courses, the sort of things that she loves and I don't
do. I miss her when she's away,
of course, but we don't own our partners and I strive not to put
boundaries around mine.
There's never any replacing that. What I didn't realize is all
those years together, into the middle-age or late-middle age, hold
within them the actual creation of our own selves. We could look at
each other in the eye and have an hour-long intense, complicated
conversation in the flash of a second.
Indeed.
I didn't know any better, but I thought there would
Post by Anglo Saxon
come a day when I'd venture toward more, sir. And I find out we're
all too grown-up with established histories we created with bare
hands. It isn't shared, cannot be shared, cannot be created. Cruise
ship romances or their equivalent, really; that's what's going to
have to make do.
There's too much in the past (for me) to even try to build another
relationship.
i'll move in with you and wreck all your stuff ,
and spend all your money
Thanx for the offer but no thanks. Besides, you already have someone
with you.
that's a poor excuse for not letting me live there ,
i could split my time you get me monday wednesday and friday
I wont wreck stuff, but I might take her shopping.
But there isn't anything I want or need.
Skeet
2017-04-26 23:05:24 UTC
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Excellent.
One thing is for sure: I wouldn't want to be without mine.
it's been around 20 years and if you add up , all the days we've
been apart i don't think it would make a month
Nearly 22 years here and much the same; although I encourage her
to go off for short holidays by herself - yoga retreats and
painting courses, the sort of things that she loves and I don't
do. I miss her when she's away,
of course, but we don't own our partners and I strive not to put
boundaries around mine.
There's never any replacing that. What I didn't realize is all
those years together, into the middle-age or late-middle age, hold
within them the actual creation of our own selves. We could look at
each other in the eye and have an hour-long intense, complicated
conversation in the flash of a second.
Indeed.
I didn't know any better, but I thought there would
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come a day when I'd venture toward more, sir. And I find out we're
all too grown-up with established histories we created with bare
hands. It isn't shared, cannot be shared, cannot be created. Cruise
ship romances or their equivalent, really; that's what's going to
have to make do.
There's too much in the past (for me) to even try to build another
relationship.
i'll move in with you and wreck all your stuff ,
and spend all your money
Thanx for the offer but no thanks. Besides, you already have someone
with you.
that's a poor excuse for not letting me live there ,
i could split my time you get me monday wednesday and friday
I wont wreck stuff, but I might take her shopping.
But there isn't anything I want or need.
A nice dinner or a sunset excursion on the sea?
Sir Gregory Hall, Esq.
2017-04-26 23:10:27 UTC
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But there isn't anything I want or need.
A nice dinner or a sunset excursion on the sea?
She isn't stepping foot on MY yacht so don't
give her any ideas. I bet she has dog shit on
the bottom of her feet since she lets her dog
sit on the floor in her house.

Talk about your typical *house of filth*!
--
"Being both astute and erudite, I say a man not
mince words in order to spare the sensibilities
of the thin-skinned and the ignorant."
--Sir Gregory Hall, Esq.
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But there isn't anything I want or need.
A nice dinner or a sunset excursion on the sea?
She isn't stepping foot on MY yacht so don't
give her any ideas. I bet she has dog shit on
the bottom of her feet since she lets her dog
sit on the floor in her house.
Talk about your typical *house of filth*!
an excusion on the sea ahhhahahahaha
Skeet
2017-04-26 23:15:46 UTC
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But there isn't anything I want or need.
A nice dinner or a sunset excursion on the sea?
She isn't stepping foot on MY yacht so don't
give her any ideas. I bet she has dog shit on
the bottom of her feet since she lets her dog
sit on the floor in her house.
Talk about your typical *house of filth*!
Excuse me sir, but I wouldn't allow a drunken foul smelling derelict
on your bote. For his safety.
Mr.Smartypants Royal Order Of The DoW #4
2017-04-26 19:11:46 UTC
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Excellent.
One thing is for sure: I wouldn't want to be without mine.
it's been around 20 years and if you add up , all the days we've
been apart i don't think it would make a month
Nearly 22 years here and much the same; although I encourage her
to go off for short holidays by herself - yoga retreats and
painting courses, the sort of things that she loves and I don't
do. I miss her when she's away,
of course, but we don't own our partners and I strive not to put
boundaries around mine.
There's never any replacing that. What I didn't realize is all
those years together, into the middle-age or late-middle age,
hold
within them the actual creation of our own selves. We could look
at each other in the eye and have an hour-long intense,
complicated
conversation in the flash of a second.
Indeed.
I didn't know any better, but I thought there would
Post by Anglo Saxon
come a day when I'd venture toward more, sir. And I find out
we're
all too grown-up with established histories we created with bare
hands. It isn't shared, cannot be shared, cannot be created.
Cruise ship romances or their equivalent, really; that's what's
going to have to make do.
There's too much in the past (for me) to even try to build another
relationship.
i'll move in with you and wreck all your stuff ,
and spend all your money
Thanx for the offer but no thanks. Besides, you already have someone
with you.
that's a poor excuse for not letting me live there ,
i could split my time you get me monday wednesday and friday
TWYLW could get you tues, thur, and sat and you could slap Binkydoodle around on Sundays.
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Excellent.
One thing is for sure: I wouldn't want to be without mine.
it's been around 20 years and if you add up , all the days we've
been apart i don't think it would make a month
Nearly 22 years here and much the same; although I encourage her
to go off for short holidays by herself - yoga retreats and
painting courses, the sort of things that she loves and I don't
do. I miss her when she's away,
of course, but we don't own our partners and I strive not to put
boundaries around mine.
There's never any replacing that. What I didn't realize is all
those years together, into the middle-age or late-middle age,
hold
within them the actual creation of our own selves. We could look
at each other in the eye and have an hour-long intense,
complicated
conversation in the flash of a second.
Indeed.
I didn't know any better, but I thought there would
Post by Anglo Saxon
come a day when I'd venture toward more, sir. And I find out
we're
all too grown-up with established histories we created with bare
hands. It isn't shared, cannot be shared, cannot be created.
Cruise ship romances or their equivalent, really; that's what's
going to have to make do.
There's too much in the past (for me) to even try to build
another
relationship.
i'll move in with you and wreck all your stuff ,
and spend all your money
Thanx for the offer but no thanks. Besides, you already have someone
with you.
that's a poor excuse for not letting me live there ,
i could split my time you get me monday wednesday and friday
TWYLW could get you tues, thur, and sat and you could slap
Binkydoodle around on Sundays.
i can do that anytime and i do ,
he threatened to come and visit me until ,
i said bring it then he postponed it for 2 months
Checkmate, DoW #1
2017-04-26 23:17:06 UTC
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Excellent.
One thing is for sure: I wouldn't want to be without mine.
it's been around 20 years and if you add up , all the days we've been
apart i don't think it would make a month
Nearly 22 years here and much the same; although I encourage her to go
off for short holidays by herself - yoga retreats and painting courses,
the sort of things that she loves and I don't do. I miss her when
she's away,
of course, but we don't own our partners and I strive not to put
boundaries around mine.
There's never any replacing that. What I didn't realize is all those
years together, into the middle-age or late-middle age, hold within them
the actual creation of our own selves. We could look at each other in
the eye and have an hour-long intense, complicated conversation in the
flash of a second.
Indeed.
I didn't know any better, but I thought there would
Post by Anglo Saxon
come a day when I'd venture toward more, sir. And I find out we're all
too grown-up with established histories we created with bare hands. It
isn't shared, cannot be shared, cannot be created. Cruise ship romances
or their equivalent, really; that's what's going to have to make do.
There's too much in the past (for me) to even try to build another
relationship.
You could have another relationship, but it would never be the same.
You'd always be comparing things to what you've lost, and that was
something unique. I don't mean to trivialize that by comparing it with
the way I felt about BK, but that's what I've concluded about that
experience. It's over... accept something different and accept it for
what it is, or remain alone. there are no other options.
--
Checkmate
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all rights reserved

Please visit me at alt.checkmate, the new
go-to group for the discerning troll...

In loving memory of The Battle Kitten
May 2010-February 12, 2017
Sn!pe
2017-04-26 20:50:32 UTC
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Nearly 22 years here and much the same; although
I encourage her to go off for short holidays by herself -
yoga retreats and painting courses, the sort of things
that she loves and I don't do. I miss her when she's away,
of course, but we don't own our partners and I strive not
to put boundaries around mine.
There's never any replacing that. What I didn't realize is all those years
together, into the middle-age or late-middle age, hold within them the
actual creation of our own selves. We could look at each other in the eye
and have an hour-long intense, complicated conversation in the flash of a
second. I didn't know any better, but I thought there would come a day
when I'd venture toward more, sir. And I find out we're all too grown-up
with established histories we created with bare hands. It isn't shared,
cannot be shared, cannot be created. Cruise ship romances or their
equivalent, really; that's what's going to have to make do.
If ever my relationship with my dear good lady came to an
end I can't imagine looking for a replacement; I'm a bit
too old for that now, I think (at least, I think I think).
--
^Ï^. My pet rock Gordon just is.
Skeet
2017-04-26 21:11:51 UTC
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Nearly 22 years here and much the same; although
I encourage her to go off for short holidays by herself -
yoga retreats and painting courses, the sort of things
that she loves and I don't do. I miss her when she's away,
of course, but we don't own our partners and I strive not
to put boundaries around mine.
There's never any replacing that. What I didn't realize is all those years
together, into the middle-age or late-middle age, hold within them the
actual creation of our own selves. We could look at each other in the eye
and have an hour-long intense, complicated conversation in the flash of a
second. I didn't know any better, but I thought there would come a day
when I'd venture toward more, sir. And I find out we're all too grown-up
with established histories we created with bare hands. It isn't shared,
cannot be shared, cannot be created. Cruise ship romances or their
equivalent, really; that's what's going to have to make do.
If ever my relationship with my dear good lady came to an
end I can't imagine looking for a replacement; I'm a bit
too old for that now, I think (at least, I think I think).
Never to old my friend, I thought the same thing and am now happier
than I was with the others.
Sn!pe
2017-04-26 22:02:04 UTC
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If ever my relationship with my dear good lady came to an
end I can't imagine looking for a replacement; I'm a bit
too old for that now, I think (at least, I think I think).
Never to old my friend, I thought the same thing
and am now happier than I was with the others.
Good stuff, I wish you joy together.
--
^Ï^. My pet rock Gordon just is.
pandora
2017-04-26 22:35:46 UTC
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Nearly 22 years here and much the same; although I encourage her to
go off for short holidays by herself - yoga retreats and painting
courses, the sort of things that she loves and I don't do. I miss
her when she's away,
of course, but we don't own our partners and I strive not to put
boundaries around mine.
There's never any replacing that. What I didn't realize is all those
years together, into the middle-age or late-middle age, hold within
them the actual creation of our own selves. We could look at each other
in the eye and have an hour-long intense, complicated conversation in
the flash of a second. I didn't know any better, but I thought there
would come a day when I'd venture toward more, sir. And I find out
we're all too grown-up with established histories we created with bare
hands. It isn't shared, cannot be shared, cannot be created. Cruise
ship romances or their equivalent, really; that's what's going to have
to make do.
If ever my relationship with my dear good lady came to an end I can't
imagine looking for a replacement; I'm a bit too old for that now, I
think (at least, I think I think).
I know what you mean.
Sn!pe
2017-04-26 22:52:53 UTC
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If ever my relationship with my dear good lady came to an end
I can't imagine looking for a replacement; I'm a bit too old for
that now, I think (at least, I think I think).
I know what you mean.
She's the one, right enough; I wish I'd had my kids with her.
I wouldn't rule out friendships, but I don't have the steam
left in me to go chasing, even if I wanted to.
--
^Ï^. My pet rock Gordon just is.
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2017-04-26 22:58:32 UTC
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If ever my relationship with my dear good lady came to an end
I can't imagine looking for a replacement; I'm a bit too old for
that now, I think (at least, I think I think).
I know what you mean.
She's the one, right enough; I wish I'd had my kids with her.
I wouldn't rule out friendships, but I don't have the steam
left in me to go chasing, even if I wanted to.
go to the seniors hall they're all chasing you there
Sn!pe
2017-04-26 23:09:15 UTC
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If ever my relationship with my dear good lady came to an end
I can't imagine looking for a replacement; I'm a bit too old for
that now, I think (at least, I think I think).
I know what you mean.
She's the one, right enough; I wish I'd had my kids with her.
I wouldn't rule out friendships, but I don't have the steam
left in me to go chasing, even if I wanted to.
go to the seniors hall they're all chasing you there
Hah! My stepdaughter's granddad used to go on mystery
bus tours after he lost his wife; the m:f ratio on them
was about 1 to 10. All the old biddy widder-wimmin were
chasing him; it'd be enough to put a guy in an early grave.
--
^Ï^. My pet rock Gordon just is.
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2017-04-26 23:12:49 UTC
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If ever my relationship with my dear good lady came to an end
I can't imagine looking for a replacement; I'm a bit too old for
that now, I think (at least, I think I think).
I know what you mean.
She's the one, right enough; I wish I'd had my kids with her.
I wouldn't rule out friendships, but I don't have the steam
left in me to go chasing, even if I wanted to.
go to the seniors hall they're all chasing you there
Hah! My stepdaughter's granddad used to go on mystery
bus tours after he lost his wife; the m:f ratio on them
was about 1 to 10. All the old biddy widder-wimmin were
chasing him; it'd be enough to put a guy in an early grave.
see what i mean they're all looking to care for someone
Sn!pe
2017-04-26 23:21:49 UTC
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go to the seniors hall they're all chasing you there
Hah! My stepdaughter's granddad used to go on mystery
bus tours after he lost his wife; the m:f ratio on them
was about 1 to 10. All the old biddy widder-wimmin were
chasing him; it'd be enough to put a guy in an early grave.
see what i mean they're all looking to care for someone
Yeah, thank [whomever]; likewise back at them, too.
--
^Ï^. My pet rock Gordon wonders if that was alright for Gerg.
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2017-04-26 23:27:49 UTC
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go to the seniors hall they're all chasing you there
Hah! My stepdaughter's granddad used to go on mystery
bus tours after he lost his wife; the m:f ratio on them
was about 1 to 10. All the old biddy widder-wimmin were
chasing him; it'd be enough to put a guy in an early grave.
see what i mean they're all looking to care for someone
Yeah, thank [whomever]; likewise back at them, too.
i don't need any women they just cut into my posting time
Sn!pe
2017-04-26 23:34:03 UTC
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go to the seniors hall they're all chasing you there
Hah! My stepdaughter's granddad used to go on mystery
bus tours after he lost his wife; the m:f ratio on them
was about 1 to 10. All the old biddy widder-wimmin were
chasing him; it'd be enough to put a guy in an early grave.
see what i mean they're all looking to care for someone
Yeah, thank [whomever]; likewise back at them, too.
i don't need any women they just cut into my posting time
Screen addict!
--
^Ï^. My pet rock Gordon just is.
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2017-04-26 23:38:47 UTC
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go to the seniors hall they're all chasing you there
Hah! My stepdaughter's granddad used to go on mystery
bus tours after he lost his wife; the m:f ratio on them
was about 1 to 10. All the old biddy widder-wimmin were
chasing him; it'd be enough to put a guy in an early grave.
see what i mean they're all looking to care for someone
Yeah, thank [whomever]; likewise back at them, too.
i don't need any women they just cut into my posting time
Screen addict!
i've been called worse
Checkmate, DoW #1
2017-04-27 00:44:10 UTC
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If ever my relationship with my dear good lady came to an end
I can't imagine looking for a replacement; I'm a bit too old for
that now, I think (at least, I think I think).
I know what you mean.
She's the one, right enough; I wish I'd had my kids with her.
I wouldn't rule out friendships, but I don't have the steam
left in me to go chasing, even if I wanted to.
go to the seniors hall they're all chasing you there
Hah! My stepdaughter's granddad used to go on mystery
bus tours after he lost his wife; the m:f ratio on them
was about 1 to 10. All the old biddy widder-wimmin were
chasing him; it'd be enough to put a guy in an early grave.
see what i mean they're all looking to care for someone
Too old. The "magic" is in your twenties and thirties. That's when
nature tricks you into thinking it's a good idea to bring another
generation into this fucked up world. Now, it's just waiting for the
day you either get some bad news, or suddenly drop dead with no
warning. Life is like a conveyor belt...
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If ever my relationship with my dear good lady came to an end
I can't imagine looking for a replacement; I'm a bit too old for
that now, I think (at least, I think I think).
I know what you mean.
She's the one, right enough; I wish I'd had my kids with her.
I wouldn't rule out friendships, but I don't have the steam
left in me to go chasing, even if I wanted to.
go to the seniors hall they're all chasing you there
Hah! My stepdaughter's granddad used to go on mystery
bus tours after he lost his wife; the m:f ratio on them
was about 1 to 10. All the old biddy widder-wimmin were
chasing him; it'd be enough to put a guy in an early grave.
see what i mean they're all looking to care for someone
Too old. The "magic" is in your twenties and thirties. That's when
nature tricks you into thinking it's a good idea to bring another
generation into this fucked up world. Now, it's just waiting for the
day you either get some bad news, or suddenly drop dead with no
warning. Life is like a conveyor belt...
the company can be nice
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If ever my relationship with my dear good lady came to an end
I can't imagine looking for a replacement; I'm a bit too old for
that now, I think (at least, I think I think).
I know what you mean.
She's the one, right enough; I wish I'd had my kids with her.
I wouldn't rule out friendships, but I don't have the steam
left in me to go chasing, even if I wanted to.
go to the seniors hall they're all chasing you there
Hah! My stepdaughter's granddad used to go on mystery
bus tours after he lost his wife; the m:f ratio on them
was about 1 to 10. All the old biddy widder-wimmin were
chasing him; it'd be enough to put a guy in an early grave.
see what i mean they're all looking to care for someone
Too old. The "magic" is in your twenties and thirties. That's when
nature tricks you into thinking it's a good idea to bring another
generation into this fucked up world. Now, it's just waiting for the
day you either get some bad news, or suddenly drop dead with no
warning. Life is like a conveyor belt...
the company can be nice
True, but sooner or later, one has to deal with the other getting sick
and/or dying. I don't want to go through that at this point.
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If ever my relationship with my dear good lady came to an end
I can't imagine looking for a replacement; I'm a bit too old for
that now, I think (at least, I think I think).
I know what you mean.
She's the one, right enough; I wish I'd had my kids with her.
I wouldn't rule out friendships, but I don't have the steam
left in me to go chasing, even if I wanted to.
go to the seniors hall they're all chasing you there
Hah! My stepdaughter's granddad used to go on mystery
bus tours after he lost his wife; the m:f ratio on them
was about 1 to 10. All the old biddy widder-wimmin were
chasing him; it'd be enough to put a guy in an early grave.
see what i mean they're all looking to care for someone
Too old. The "magic" is in your twenties and thirties. That's when
nature tricks you into thinking it's a good idea to bring another
generation into this fucked up world. Now, it's just waiting for the
day you either get some bad news, or suddenly drop dead with no
warning. Life is like a conveyor belt...
the company can be nice
True, but sooner or later, one has to deal with the other getting sick
and/or dying. I don't want to go through that at this point.
it happens to everything anyway
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If ever my relationship with my dear good lady came to an end
I can't imagine looking for a replacement; I'm a bit too old for
that now, I think (at least, I think I think).
I know what you mean.
She's the one, right enough; I wish I'd had my kids with her.
I wouldn't rule out friendships, but I don't have the steam
left in me to go chasing, even if I wanted to.
go to the seniors hall they're all chasing you there
Hah! My stepdaughter's granddad used to go on mystery
bus tours after he lost his wife; the m:f ratio on them
was about 1 to 10. All the old biddy widder-wimmin were
chasing him; it'd be enough to put a guy in an early grave.
see what i mean they're all looking to care for someone
Too old. The "magic" is in your twenties and thirties. That's when
nature tricks you into thinking it's a good idea to bring another
generation into this fucked up world. Now, it's just waiting for the
day you either get some bad news, or suddenly drop dead with no
warning. Life is like a conveyor belt...
the company can be nice
True, but sooner or later, one has to deal with the other getting sick
and/or dying. I don't want to go through that at this point.
it happens to everything anyway
Makes me wonder what the point of any of it is. Some people seem to
think it's an audition... I hope not.
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If ever my relationship with my dear good lady came to an end
I can't imagine looking for a replacement; I'm a bit too
old
for
that now, I think (at least, I think I think).
I know what you mean.
She's the one, right enough; I wish I'd had my kids with her.
I wouldn't rule out friendships, but I don't have the steam
left in me to go chasing, even if I wanted to.
go to the seniors hall they're all chasing you there
Hah! My stepdaughter's granddad used to go on mystery
bus tours after he lost his wife; the m:f ratio on them
was about 1 to 10. All the old biddy widder-wimmin were
chasing him; it'd be enough to put a guy in an early grave.
see what i mean they're all looking to care for someone
Too old. The "magic" is in your twenties and thirties. That's when
nature tricks you into thinking it's a good idea to bring
another
generation into this fucked up world. Now, it's just waiting
for
the
day you either get some bad news, or suddenly drop dead with no
warning. Life is like a conveyor belt...
the company can be nice
True, but sooner or later, one has to deal with the other getting sick
and/or dying. I don't want to go through that at this point.
it happens to everything anyway
Makes me wonder what the point of any of it is. Some people seem to
think it's an audition... I hope not.
you're parents did it , unprotected ,
you're what happend , stupid parents ,
then your kids parents did it , unprotected , stupid you
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If ever my relationship with my dear good lady came to an end
I can't imagine looking for a replacement; I'm a bit too
old
for
that now, I think (at least, I think I think).
I know what you mean.
She's the one, right enough; I wish I'd had my kids with her.
I wouldn't rule out friendships, but I don't have the steam
left in me to go chasing, even if I wanted to.
go to the seniors hall they're all chasing you there
Hah! My stepdaughter's granddad used to go on mystery
bus tours after he lost his wife; the m:f ratio on them
was about 1 to 10. All the old biddy widder-wimmin were
chasing him; it'd be enough to put a guy in an early grave.
see what i mean they're all looking to care for someone
Too old. The "magic" is in your twenties and thirties. That's when
nature tricks you into thinking it's a good idea to bring another
generation into this fucked up world. Now, it's just waiting
for
the
day you either get some bad news, or suddenly drop dead with no
warning. Life is like a conveyor belt...
the company can be nice
True, but sooner or later, one has to deal with the other getting sick
and/or dying. I don't want to go through that at this point.
it happens to everything anyway
Makes me wonder what the point of any of it is. Some people seem to
think it's an audition... I hope not.
you're parents did it , unprotected ,
you're what happend , stupid parents ,
then your kids parents did it , unprotected , stupid you
I'm surprised my kids haven't gotten around to making the same mistake
yet.
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If ever my relationship with my dear good lady came to an
end
I can't imagine looking for a replacement; I'm a bit too
old
for
that now, I think (at least, I think I think).
I know what you mean.
She's the one, right enough; I wish I'd had my kids with her.
I wouldn't rule out friendships, but I don't have the steam
left in me to go chasing, even if I wanted to.
go to the seniors hall they're all chasing you there
Hah! My stepdaughter's granddad used to go on mystery
bus tours after he lost his wife; the m:f ratio on them
was about 1 to 10. All the old biddy widder-wimmin were
chasing him; it'd be enough to put a guy in an early grave.
see what i mean they're all looking to care for someone
Too old. The "magic" is in your twenties and thirties.
That's
when
nature tricks you into thinking it's a good idea to bring another
generation into this fucked up world. Now, it's just waiting
for
the
day you either get some bad news, or suddenly drop dead with no
warning. Life is like a conveyor belt...
the company can be nice
True, but sooner or later, one has to deal with the other
getting
sick
and/or dying. I don't want to go through that at this point.
it happens to everything anyway
Makes me wonder what the point of any of it is. Some people seem to
think it's an audition... I hope not.
you're parents did it , unprotected ,
you're what happend , stupid parents ,
then your kids parents did it , unprotected , stupid you
I'm surprised my kids haven't gotten around to making the same
mistake
yet.
it seems to get older every generation ,
the big thing now is make money
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If ever my relationship with my dear good lady came to an
end
I can't imagine looking for a replacement; I'm a bit too
old
for
that now, I think (at least, I think I think).
I know what you mean.
She's the one, right enough; I wish I'd had my kids with her.
I wouldn't rule out friendships, but I don't have the steam
left in me to go chasing, even if I wanted to.
go to the seniors hall they're all chasing you there
Hah! My stepdaughter's granddad used to go on mystery
bus tours after he lost his wife; the m:f ratio on them
was about 1 to 10. All the old biddy widder-wimmin were
chasing him; it'd be enough to put a guy in an early grave.
see what i mean they're all looking to care for someone
Too old. The "magic" is in your twenties and thirties.
That's
when
nature tricks you into thinking it's a good idea to bring another
generation into this fucked up world. Now, it's just waiting
for
the
day you either get some bad news, or suddenly drop dead with no
warning. Life is like a conveyor belt...
the company can be nice
True, but sooner or later, one has to deal with the other
getting
sick
and/or dying. I don't want to go through that at this point.
it happens to everything anyway
Makes me wonder what the point of any of it is. Some people seem to
think it's an audition... I hope not.
you're parents did it , unprotected ,
you're what happend , stupid parents ,
then your kids parents did it , unprotected , stupid you
I'm surprised my kids haven't gotten around to making the same mistake
yet.
it seems to get older every generation ,
the big thing now is make money
That's the smarter way to do it, but then people fool around and fall
in "love".
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True, but sooner or later, one has to deal with the other getting sick
and/or dying. I don't want to go through that at this point.
it happens to everything anyway
Dust and disarray
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If ever my relationship with my dear good lady came to an end
I can't imagine looking for a replacement; I'm a bit too old for
that now, I think (at least, I think I think).
I know what you mean.
She's the one, right enough; I wish I'd had my kids with her.
I wouldn't rule out friendships, but I don't have the steam
left in me to go chasing, even if I wanted to.
Chasing gets in the way, I gave up and she found me.
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Chasing gets in the way, I gave up and she found me.
The very embodiment of a *desperate woman*.
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mince words in order to spare the sensibilities
of the thin-skinned and the ignorant."
--Sir Gregory Hall, Esq.
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Chasing gets in the way, I gave up and she found me.
The very embodiment of a *desperate woman*.
She don't have a dick, so you wouldn't be interested anyway.
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Chasing gets in the way, I gave up and she found me.
The very embodiment of a *desperate woman*.
She don't have a dick, so you wouldn't be interested anyway.
What do you mean, *she don't have a dick*? She got
one the minute she said, *I do*.

Bwaahahahhahahahahhahahah!
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mince words in order to spare the sensibilities
of the thin-skinned and the ignorant."
--Sir Gregory Hall, Esq.
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Chasing gets in the way, I gave up and she found me.
The very embodiment of a *desperate woman*.
She don't have a dick, so you wouldn't be interested anyway.
What do you mean, *she don't have a dick*? She got
one the minute she said, *I do*.
Bwaahahahhahahahahhahahah!
I LOLed you prick, I didn't see that one coming.
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She's the one, right enough; I wish I'd had my kids with her.
I wouldn't rule out friendships, but I don't have the steam
left in me to go chasing, even if I wanted to.
Chasing gets in the way, I gave up and she found me.
Duly noted and recorded. :)
Maybe I should buy a little black book if ever I'm in that position.
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She's the one, right enough; I wish I'd had my kids with her.
I wouldn't rule out friendships, but I don't have the steam
left in me to go chasing, even if I wanted to.
Chasing gets in the way, I gave up and she found me.
Duly noted and recorded. :)
Maybe I should buy a little black book if ever I'm in that position.
That position thing helps, figger what she likes best.
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I wouldn't rule out friendships, but I don't have the steam
left in me to go chasing, even if I wanted to.
Chasing gets in the way, I gave up and she found me.
Duly noted and recorded. :)
Maybe I should buy a little black book if ever I'm in that position.
That position thing helps, figger what she likes best.
heheheheheh...

The snooker match I've been watching between
poasts has just finished; time for some zzzzzzz.
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If ever my relationship with my dear good lady came to an end
I can't imagine looking for a replacement; I'm a bit too old for
that now, I think (at least, I think I think).
I know what you mean.
She's the one, right enough; I wish I'd had my kids with her.
I wouldn't rule out friendships, but I don't have the steam
left in me to go chasing, even if I wanted to.
With me, first I'd have to care.
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Nearly 22 years here and much the same; although
I encourage her to go off for short holidays by herself -
yoga retreats and painting courses, the sort of things
that she loves and I don't do. I miss her when she's away,
of course, but we don't own our partners and I strive not
to put boundaries around mine.
There's never any replacing that. What I didn't realize is all those years
together, into the middle-age or late-middle age, hold within them the
actual creation of our own selves. We could look at each other in the eye
and have an hour-long intense, complicated conversation in the flash of a
second. I didn't know any better, but I thought there would come a day
when I'd venture toward more, sir. And I find out we're all too grown-up
with established histories we created with bare hands. It isn't shared,
cannot be shared, cannot be created. Cruise ship romances or their
equivalent, really; that's what's going to have to make do.
If ever my relationship with my dear good lady came to an
end I can't imagine looking for a replacement; I'm a bit
too old for that now, I think (at least, I think I think).
The reality is, you're probably right. I'm way too old to worry about
being with someone again. One of us would die and leave the other
alone in fairly short time anyway.
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Excellent.
One thing is for sure: I wouldn't want to be without mine.
it's been around 20 years and if you add up , all the days
we've been apart i don't think it would make a month
Nearly 22 years here and much the same; although
I encourage her to go off for short holidays by herself -
yoga retreats and painting courses, the sort of things
that she loves and I don't do. I miss her when she's away,
of course, but we don't own our partners and I strive not
to put boundaries around mine.
i do the same then she thinks ,
i'm up to something and want her gone
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Excellent.
One thing is for sure: I wouldn't want to be without mine.
it's been around 20 years and if you add up , all the days
we've been apart i don't think it would make a month
Nearly 22 years here and much the same; although
I encourage her to go off for short holidays by herself -
yoga retreats and painting courses, the sort of things
that she loves and I don't do. I miss her when she's away,
of course, but we don't own our partners and I strive not
to put boundaries around mine.
i do the same then she thinks ,
i'm up to something and want her gone
Hah! Treat 'em mean and keep 'em keen!
FTAOD, I jest, of course.
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Excellent.
One thing is for sure: I wouldn't want to be without mine.
it's been around 20 years and if you add up , all the days
we've been apart i don't think it would make a month
Nearly 22 years here and much the same; although
I encourage her to go off for short holidays by herself -
yoga retreats and painting courses, the sort of things
that she loves and I don't do. I miss her when she's away,
of course, but we don't own our partners and I strive not
to put boundaries around mine.
i do the same then she thinks ,
i'm up to something and want her gone
Hah! Treat 'em mean and keep 'em keen!
FTAOD, I jest, of course.
Sadly, there seems to be some truth to that. Kiss their ass, they'll
leave you fast.
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is fixing the dripping taps in the kitchen talk about lolified
She's a keeper.
she likes trying to do all this sort of stuff ,
i leave her to it and only intervene when she calls me
Very sensible. Mrs S does lots of stuff too, but
not with spanners or screwdrivers or electricity.
She does the stuff that I have no clue about,
which is plenty. I fix her Internet and she keeps
me going. I think I'm due for a rebuild soon.
the woman i live with it good ,
she gets out the skill saw to make ,
boxes for her flowers and knows to turn off ,
the electricity before messing with that and ,
she knows when something is more than she should try ,
sometimes she messes up and i laugh but it's usually ,
a common mistake that comes with inexperience ,
watching her hang a bedroom door was a good one
I like girls who like to work with tools and make things, instead of
just worrying about looking "pretty" constantly. There's more to life
than being just eye candy or human decoration for the guys.
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Sir Gregory Hall, Esq.
2017-04-25 23:40:59 UTC
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I like girls who like to work with tools and make things, instead of
just worrying about looking "pretty" constantly. There's more to life
than being just eye candy or human decoration for the guys.
Girls have no business using tools. I do like an
athletic girl, though. I don't want some fat and
out of shape couch potato.

I think a hot, sweaty, girl who can run or cycle
is sexier than any made-up and perfumed model type.
--
"Being both astute and erudite, I say a man not
mince words in order to spare the sensibilities
of the thin-skinned and the ignorant."
--Sir Gregory Hall, Esq.
Anglo Saxon
2017-04-25 23:43:28 UTC
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Post by Checkmate, DoW #1
I like girls who like to work with tools and make things, instead of
just worrying about looking "pretty" constantly. There's more to life
than being just eye candy or human decoration for the guys.
Girls have no business using tools. I do like an
athletic girl, though. I don't want some fat and
out of shape couch potato.
I think a hot, sweaty, girl who can run or cycle
is sexier than any made-up and perfumed model type.
So what is the age cut-off for these "girls" you two speak of? At what
age does a woman arrive where you wouldn't give a shit?
Sir Gregory Hall, Esq.
2017-04-25 23:54:49 UTC
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On Tue, 25 Apr 2017 16:35:07 -0700, "Checkmate, DoW #1"
Post by Checkmate, DoW #1
I like girls who like to work with tools and make things, instead of
just worrying about looking "pretty" constantly. There's more to life
than being just eye candy or human decoration for the guys.
Girls have no business using tools. I do like an
athletic girl, though. I don't want some fat and
out of shape couch potato.
I think a hot, sweaty, girl who can run or cycle
is sexier than any made-up and perfumed model type.
So what is the age cut-off for these "girls" you two speak of? At what
age does a woman arrive where you wouldn't give a shit?
Hell, I'd say any girl who is fit enough to keep
up with me on a bike can be into her 70's and still
be hawt.

"At what age does a woman arrive where you wouldn't give
a shit?" Not sure I quite understand the question. Sounds
like something a foreigner would say.

I'll give it a shot. If I wouldn't give a shit about
her fitness it would have to be that she was quite
young so as to make fitness a second choice. Age
of arrival, however, usually means puberty and
that's too freaking young as there is no mind
available at that age.

There's got to be a mind behind those fetching
eyes or it's a turn off for me even if the woman
is fit as a fiddle.
--
"Being both astute and erudite, I say a man not
mince words in order to spare the sensibilities
of the thin-skinned and the ignorant."
--Sir Gregory Hall, Esq.
Anglo Saxon
2017-04-26 00:16:17 UTC
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"At what age does a woman arrive where you wouldn't give
a shit?" Not sure I quite understand the question. Sounds
like something a foreigner would say.
One arrives at the age of 9 or 42 or 63 or 101... I could say, "How old
is too old".
Post by Sir Gregory Hall, Esq.
I'll give it a shot. If I wouldn't give a shit about
her fitness it would have to be that she was quite
young so as to make fitness a second choice.
But what is one to do when every young female recoils in shuddering
disgust at the mere sight of a male over his mid-20's?

(Seventeen nieces give me the authority to use this as sworn testimony).

Have you ever seen a large, festive room on Christmas Eve blazing with
females ages 9-23 screaming and laughing amongst themselves when the
subject of "dirty old men" comes up? Humbling. Very humbling.
Checkmate, DoW #1
2017-04-26 03:11:33 UTC
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On Tue, 25 Apr 2017 16:35:07 -0700, "Checkmate, DoW #1"
Post by Checkmate, DoW #1
I like girls who like to work with tools and make things, instead of
just worrying about looking "pretty" constantly. There's more to life
than being just eye candy or human decoration for the guys.
Girls have no business using tools. I do like an
athletic girl, though. I don't want some fat and
out of shape couch potato.
I think a hot, sweaty, girl who can run or cycle
is sexier than any made-up and perfumed model type.
So what is the age cut-off for these "girls" you two speak of? At what
age does a woman arrive where you wouldn't give a shit?
Hell, I'd say any girl who is fit enough to keep
up with me on a bike can be into her 70's and still
be hawt.
"At what age does a woman arrive where you wouldn't give
a shit?" Not sure I quite understand the question. Sounds
like something a foreigner would say.
I'll give it a shot. If I wouldn't give a shit about
her fitness it would have to be that she was quite
young so as to make fitness a second choice. Age
of arrival, however, usually means puberty and
that's too freaking young as there is no mind
available at that age.
There's got to be a mind behind those fetching
eyes or it's a turn off for me even if the woman
is fit as a fiddle.
How old is Jennifer Aniston now? Is she in her fifties yet? I'd do
her...
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Anglo Saxon
2017-04-26 06:08:22 UTC
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How old is Jennifer Aniston now? Is she in her fifties yet? I'd do
her...
I'm sure she would be aroused and grateful by your assessment.

And here in the real world.... what was I thinking? Oh, yeah. This is
another perfect example of long, happy marria<self-snip>
Checkmate, DoW #1
2017-04-26 03:09:22 UTC
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I like girls who like to work with tools and make things, instead of
just worrying about looking "pretty" constantly. There's more to life
than being just eye candy or human decoration for the guys.
Girls have no business using tools. I do like an
athletic girl, though. I don't want some fat and
out of shape couch potato.
I think a hot, sweaty, girl who can run or cycle
is sexier than any made-up and perfumed model type.
I'd like to bone Marketa Jardolova, but I'm afraid that mid-bone, she'd
turn into Paul Derbyshire, and wouldn't THAT be a buzz kill?
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is fixing the dripping taps in the kitchen talk about lolified
She's a keeper.
she likes trying to do all this sort of stuff ,
i leave her to it and only intervene when she calls me
Very sensible. Mrs S does lots of stuff too, but
not with spanners or screwdrivers or electricity.
She does the stuff that I have no clue about,
which is plenty. I fix her Internet and she keeps
me going. I think I'm due for a rebuild soon.
the woman i live with it good ,
she gets out the skill saw to make ,
boxes for her flowers and knows to turn off ,
the electricity before messing with that and ,
she knows when something is more than she should try ,
sometimes she messes up and i laugh but it's usually ,
a common mistake that comes with inexperience ,
watching her hang a bedroom door was a good one
I like girls who like to work with tools and make things, instead of
just worrying about looking "pretty" constantly. There's more to life
than being just eye candy or human decoration for the guys.
we do it after she's done and she goes on top
Sn!pe
2017-04-26 20:50:32 UTC
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I like girls who like to work with tools and make things,
instead of just worrying about looking "pretty" constantly.
There's more to life than being just eye candy or human
decoration for the guys.
I should say so, who wants an airhead? IMO the
most attractive aspect of a partner is their mind.
Beauty is only skin deep and what's more, it fades.
--
^Ï^. My pet rock Gordon just is.
Checkmate, DoW #1
2017-04-27 00:36:40 UTC
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I like girls who like to work with tools and make things,
instead of just worrying about looking "pretty" constantly.
There's more to life than being just eye candy or human
decoration for the guys.
I should say so, who wants an airhead? IMO the
most attractive aspect of a partner is their mind.
Beauty is only skin deep and what's more, it fades.
I couldn't abide a fat chick, but I'm not overly picky about looks. I
wouldn't want to be with a real-life Barbie doll, because they're way
too high maintenance, and I'm not young enough or rich enough to keep
one "interested" in me for long.
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Janithor
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is fixing the dripping taps in the kitchen talk about lolified
She's a keeper.
she likes trying to do all this sort of stuff ,
i leave her to it and only intervene when she calls me
Very sensible. Mrs S does lots of stuff too, but
not with spanners or screwdrivers or electricity.
She does the stuff that I have no clue about,
which is plenty. I fix her Internet and she keeps
me going. I think I'm due for a rebuild soon.
the woman i live with it good ,
she gets out the skill saw to make ,
boxes for her flowers and knows to turn off ,
the electricity before messing with that and ,
she knows when something is more than she should try ,
sometimes she messes up and i laugh but it's usually ,
a common mistake that comes with inexperience ,
watching her hang a bedroom door was a good one
I like girls who like to work with tools and make things, instead of
just worrying about looking "pretty" constantly. There's more to life
than being just eye candy or human decoration for the guys.
What about Wave-ya?
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2017-04-26 21:55:46 UTC
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is fixing the dripping taps in the kitchen talk about lolified
She's a keeper.
she likes trying to do all this sort of stuff ,
i leave her to it and only intervene when she calls me
Very sensible. Mrs S does lots of stuff too, but
not with spanners or screwdrivers or electricity.
She does the stuff that I have no clue about,
which is plenty. I fix her Internet and she keeps
me going. I think I'm due for a rebuild soon.
the woman i live with it good ,
she gets out the skill saw to make ,
boxes for her flowers and knows to turn off ,
the electricity before messing with that and ,
she knows when something is more than she should try ,
sometimes she messes up and i laugh but it's usually ,
a common mistake that comes with inexperience ,
watching her hang a bedroom door was a good one
I like girls who like to work with tools and make things, instead of
just worrying about looking "pretty" constantly. There's more to
life than being just eye candy or human decoration for the guys.
What about Wave-ya?
janithor will expect you to know what this means right off
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is fixing the dripping taps in the kitchen talk about lolified
She's a keeper.
she likes trying to do all this sort of stuff ,
i leave her to it and only intervene when she calls me
Very sensible. Mrs S does lots of stuff too, but
not with spanners or screwdrivers or electricity.
She does the stuff that I have no clue about,
which is plenty. I fix her Internet and she keeps
me going. I think I'm due for a rebuild soon.
the woman i live with it good ,
she gets out the skill saw to make ,
boxes for her flowers and knows to turn off ,
the electricity before messing with that and ,
she knows when something is more than she should try ,
sometimes she messes up and i laugh but it's usually ,
a common mistake that comes with inexperience ,
watching her hang a bedroom door was a good one
I like girls who like to work with tools and make things, instead of
just worrying about looking "pretty" constantly. There's more to
life than being just eye candy or human decoration for the guys.
What about Wave-ya?
janithor will expect you to know what this means right off
wait for it...
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is fixing the dripping taps in the kitchen talk about
lolified
She's a keeper.
she likes trying to do all this sort of stuff ,
i leave her to it and only intervene when she calls me
Very sensible. Mrs S does lots of stuff too, but
not with spanners or screwdrivers or electricity.
She does the stuff that I have no clue about,
which is plenty. I fix her Internet and she keeps
me going. I think I'm due for a rebuild soon.
the woman i live with it good ,
she gets out the skill saw to make ,
boxes for her flowers and knows to turn off ,
the electricity before messing with that and ,
she knows when something is more than she should try ,
sometimes she messes up and i laugh but it's usually ,
a common mistake that comes with inexperience ,
watching her hang a bedroom door was a good one
I like girls who like to work with tools and make things, instead
of just worrying about looking "pretty" constantly. There's more
to life than being just eye candy or human decoration for the
guys.
What about Wave-ya?
janithor will expect you to know what this means right off
wait for it...
no
Skeet
2017-04-26 23:04:45 UTC
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is fixing the dripping taps in the kitchen talk about lolified
She's a keeper.
she likes trying to do all this sort of stuff ,
i leave her to it and only intervene when she calls me
Very sensible. Mrs S does lots of stuff too, but
not with spanners or screwdrivers or electricity.
She does the stuff that I have no clue about,
which is plenty. I fix her Internet and she keeps
me going. I think I'm due for a rebuild soon.
the woman i live with it good ,
she gets out the skill saw to make ,
boxes for her flowers and knows to turn off ,
the electricity before messing with that and ,
she knows when something is more than she should try ,
sometimes she messes up and i laugh but it's usually ,
a common mistake that comes with inexperience ,
watching her hang a bedroom door was a good one
I like girls who like to work with tools and make things, instead of
just worrying about looking "pretty" constantly. There's more to
life than being just eye candy or human decoration for the guys.
What about Wave-ya?
janithor will expect you to know what this means right off
wait for it...
wave this beotch!
Janithor
2017-04-27 00:41:35 UTC
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is fixing the dripping taps in the kitchen talk about lolified
She's a keeper.
she likes trying to do all this sort of stuff ,
i leave her to it and only intervene when she calls me
Very sensible. Mrs S does lots of stuff too, but
not with spanners or screwdrivers or electricity.
She does the stuff that I have no clue about,
which is plenty. I fix her Internet and she keeps
me going. I think I'm due for a rebuild soon.
the woman i live with it good ,
she gets out the skill saw to make ,
boxes for her flowers and knows to turn off ,
the electricity before messing with that and ,
she knows when something is more than she should try ,
sometimes she messes up and i laugh but it's usually ,
a common mistake that comes with inexperience ,
watching her hang a bedroom door was a good one
I like girls who like to work with tools and make things, instead of
just worrying about looking "pretty" constantly. There's more to
life than being just eye candy or human decoration for the guys.
What about Wave-ya?
janithor will expect you to know what this means right off
wait for it...
wave this beotch!
You probably prefer Greg's trannies. er, I mean, chicks with "very
large clits".
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2017-04-27 00:51:27 UTC
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is fixing the dripping taps in the kitchen talk about lolified
She's a keeper.
she likes trying to do all this sort of stuff ,
i leave her to it and only intervene when she calls me
Very sensible. Mrs S does lots of stuff too, but
not with spanners or screwdrivers or electricity.
She does the stuff that I have no clue about,
which is plenty. I fix her Internet and she keeps
me going. I think I'm due for a rebuild soon.
the woman i live with it good ,
she gets out the skill saw to make ,
boxes for her flowers and knows to turn off ,
the electricity before messing with that and ,
she knows when something is more than she should try ,
sometimes she messes up and i laugh but it's usually ,
a common mistake that comes with inexperience ,
watching her hang a bedroom door was a good one
I like girls who like to work with tools and make things, instead of
just worrying about looking "pretty" constantly. There's more to
life than being just eye candy or human decoration for the guys.
What about Wave-ya?
janithor will expect you to know what this means right off
wait for it...
wave this beotch!
You probably prefer Greg's trannies. er, I mean, chicks with "very
large clits".
If I had to choose between them and the skank hoes you pay for, then I
guess so.

Do you think live music will be at the shin dig?
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is fixing the dripping taps in the kitchen talk about lolified
She's a keeper.
she likes trying to do all this sort of stuff ,
i leave her to it and only intervene when she calls me
Very sensible. Mrs S does lots of stuff too, but
not with spanners or screwdrivers or electricity.
She does the stuff that I have no clue about,
which is plenty. I fix her Internet and she keeps
me going. I think I'm due for a rebuild soon.
the woman i live with it good ,
she gets out the skill saw to make ,
boxes for her flowers and knows to turn off ,
the electricity before messing with that and ,
she knows when something is more than she should try ,
sometimes she messes up and i laugh but it's usually ,
a common mistake that comes with inexperience ,
watching her hang a bedroom door was a good one
I like girls who like to work with tools and make things, instead of
just worrying about looking "pretty" constantly. There's more to
life than being just eye candy or human decoration for the guys.
What about Wave-ya?
janithor will expect you to know what this means right off
wait for it...
wave this beotch!
You probably prefer Greg's trannies. er, I mean, chicks with "very
large clits".
If I had to choose between them and the skank hoes you pay for, then I
guess so.
Don't talk about your mom like that.
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Do you think live music will be at the shin dig?
Yes, Emmett will be performing his all-time hits on the karaoke machine.
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2017-04-27 01:02:27 UTC
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is fixing the dripping taps in the kitchen talk about lolified
She's a keeper.
she likes trying to do all this sort of stuff ,
i leave her to it and only intervene when she calls me
Very sensible. Mrs S does lots of stuff too, but
not with spanners or screwdrivers or electricity.
She does the stuff that I have no clue about,
which is plenty. I fix her Internet and she keeps
me going. I think I'm due for a rebuild soon.
the woman i live with it good ,
she gets out the skill saw to make ,
boxes for her flowers and knows to turn off ,
the electricity before messing with that and ,
she knows when something is more than she should try ,
sometimes she messes up and i laugh but it's usually ,
a common mistake that comes with inexperience ,
watching her hang a bedroom door was a good one
I like girls who like to work with tools and make things, instead of
just worrying about looking "pretty" constantly. There's more to
life than being just eye candy or human decoration for the guys.
What about Wave-ya?
janithor will expect you to know what this means right off
wait for it...
wave this beotch!
You probably prefer Greg's trannies. er, I mean, chicks with "very
large clits".
If I had to choose between them and the skank hoes you pay for, then I
guess so.
Don't talk about your mom like that.
She's been dead for sometime, so you are into *that* eh? Sick fuck.
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Post by Skeet
Do you think live music will be at the shin dig?
Yes, Emmett will be performing his all-time hits on the karaoke machine.
I've heard him, I'm suprised he didn't get signed years ago.
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is fixing the dripping taps in the kitchen talk about lolified
She's a keeper.
she likes trying to do all this sort of stuff ,
i leave her to it and only intervene when she calls me
Very sensible. Mrs S does lots of stuff too, but
not with spanners or screwdrivers or electricity.
She does the stuff that I have no clue about,
which is plenty. I fix her Internet and she keeps
me going. I think I'm due for a rebuild soon.
the woman i live with it good ,
she gets out the skill saw to make ,
boxes for her flowers and knows to turn off ,
the electricity before messing with that and ,
she knows when something is more than she should try ,
sometimes she messes up and i laugh but it's usually ,
a common mistake that comes with inexperience ,
watching her hang a bedroom door was a good one
I like girls who like to work with tools and make things, instead of
just worrying about looking "pretty" constantly. There's more to
life than being just eye candy or human decoration for the guys.
What about Wave-ya?
janithor will expect you to know what this means right off
wait for it...
wave this beotch!
You probably prefer Greg's trannies. er, I mean, chicks with "very
large clits".
If I had to choose between them and the skank hoes you pay for, then I
guess so.
Don't talk about your mom like that.
She's been dead for sometime, so you are into *that* eh? Sick fuck.
Great, now I look like an asshole. Do you have any sisters?
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Do you think live music will be at the shin dig?
Yes, Emmett will be performing his all-time hits on the karaoke machine.
I've heard him, I'm suprised he didn't get signed years ago.
I know, right? I still tear up every time I hear "Every Rose Has Its
Thorn."

Emmett performing at the Dog House:


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is fixing the dripping taps in the kitchen talk about lolified
She's a keeper.
she likes trying to do all this sort of stuff ,
i leave her to it and only intervene when she calls me
Very sensible. Mrs S does lots of stuff too, but
not with spanners or screwdrivers or electricity.
She does the stuff that I have no clue about,
which is plenty. I fix her Internet and she keeps
me going. I think I'm due for a rebuild soon.
the woman i live with it good ,
she gets out the skill saw to make ,
boxes for her flowers and knows to turn off ,
the electricity before messing with that and ,
she knows when something is more than she should try ,
sometimes she messes up and i laugh but it's usually ,
a common mistake that comes with inexperience ,
watching her hang a bedroom door was a good one
I like girls who like to work with tools and make things, instead of
just worrying about looking "pretty" constantly. There's more to
life than being just eye candy or human decoration for the guys.
What about Wave-ya?
janithor will expect you to know what this means right off
wait for it...
wave this beotch!
You probably prefer Greg's trannies. er, I mean, chicks with "very
large clits".
If I had to choose between them and the skank hoes you pay for, then I
guess so.
Don't talk about your mom like that.
She's been dead for sometime, so you are into *that* eh? Sick fuck.
Great, now I look like an asshole. Do you have any sisters?
Just one, She's married to a preacher and would whoop yer ass in a
minute.
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Do you think live music will be at the shin dig?
Yes, Emmett will be performing his all-time hits on the karaoke machine.
I've heard him, I'm suprised he didn't get signed years ago.
I know, right? I still tear up every time I hear "Every Rose Has Its
Thorn."
http://youtu.be/OZLEMEXx2KM
I was thinking of really picking it up.


Anglo Saxon
2017-04-27 05:54:01 UTC
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I know, right? I still tear up every time I hear "Every Rose Has Its
Thorn."
http://youtu.be/OZLEMEXx2KM
★★★★★
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I know, right? I still tear up every time I hear "Every Rose Has Its
Thorn."
http://youtu.be/OZLEMEXx2KM
★★★★★
Are you going?

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is fixing the dripping taps in the kitchen talk about lolified
She's a keeper.
she likes trying to do all this sort of stuff ,
i leave her to it and only intervene when she calls me
Very sensible. Mrs S does lots of stuff too, but
not with spanners or screwdrivers or electricity.
She does the stuff that I have no clue about,
which is plenty. I fix her Internet and she keeps
me going. I think I'm due for a rebuild soon.
the woman i live with it good ,
she gets out the skill saw to make ,
boxes for her flowers and knows to turn off ,
the electricity before messing with that and ,
she knows when something is more than she should try ,
sometimes she messes up and i laugh but it's usually ,
a common mistake that comes with inexperience ,
watching her hang a bedroom door was a good one
I like girls who like to work with tools and make things, instead of
just worrying about looking "pretty" constantly. There's more to life
than being just eye candy or human decoration for the guys.
What about Wave-ya?
Great fuck toys, but probably not as much fun to hang out with, long
term.
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Anglo Saxon
2017-04-25 19:20:24 UTC
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is fixing the dripping taps in the kitchen talk about lolified
She's a keeper.
she likes trying to do all this sort of stuff ,
i leave her to it and only intervene when she calls me
How long have you two been together as a couple?
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is fixing the dripping taps in the kitchen talk about lolified
She's a keeper.
she likes trying to do all this sort of stuff ,
i leave her to it and only intervene when she calls me
How long have you two been together as a couple?
lets see i woke up at 9:30am
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