I am sure your lover has greasy hair and an Ipod.
My stomach churns, I am aware that this conversation is "off-topic", however
you still have not answered my 1890's question.
Perhaps a "treff" or a "rendevouz" in MCDonnels, when I am back in little
Small capitals intentional
Born in Santry 1743, put that in your Lesbian pipe and smoke it.
Perhaps I err.................
> On 12/19/05, John Cassidy <Sean at jdcassidy.net> wrote:
>> Little Nora,
>> While you're welcome to play around with your own name as you wish,
> please have the courtesy to refer to me by my own name, and not your
> favourite derivation.
>>> welcome to the world of delerium.
>> Is this a new element I'm not familiar with? Or do you mean delirium?
>>> God forbid, what did ladies do in the 1890's to satisfy themselves.
>> I've no idea, but in the 21st Century, I find my boyfriend perfectly
> Perhaps you'd care to share your rather Victorian perspective on a
> history list - I don't think Linux was around at that stage.
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