"Hello dear,my name is Rebecca, i came across your profile now on this Comment Site . So I decided to stop by an let you know that I really want to have a good friendship with you. Beside i have something special i want to discuses with you, but I…"
"The guys from our high school track and cross country teams always run shirtless on practice runs around town- how could any reasonable person really object to that?! They obviously don't know what its like to run with a disgusting sweat…"
"after a while it feels so right to be shirtless it really does feel strange to have to wear one again. I have had that experience a couple of times over warm summer weekends doing a lot of yard work.
Hope you will be able to get some…"
my name is Rebecca, i came across your profile now on this Comment Site . So I decided to stop by an let you know that I really want to have a good friendship with you. Beside i have something special i want to discuses with you, but I find it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site. I will be very happy, If you can get back to me, through my e-mail. (email@example.com) So we can get to know each other better,and i well give you my pictures and also tell you more about me OK, you can contact me through my e-mail id Is, (firstname.lastname@example.org) Regard, Rebecca
"Hey, Spencer...I've got a word picture for you. Imagine you want to take a trip to a town in a distant state, but you decide not to drive. No airports are close by, so you're left with two options: go by Amtrack (the passenger…"
"Actually, it's true that your face is round, but it's fairly small and your forehead is huge. It's just the way you're proportioned. Consequently, a forward swept style might be more flattering, because it would…"
"There was no requirement that the insults be mean...only that they be manly.
Proper and appropriate use makes them manly.
Trust me, it is quite possible to express complete disdain, without swearing or even raising your voice.…"
"Those two are such softer insults though.
"Bless your heart" meant much less as an insult than not.
The best I heard was the first day I arrived to OBC at Fort Knox, sitting outside the Commanding Officer's Office waiting to report…"