I got a 21.
I got a 21.
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What is up with this FREAK?!
I am having trouble believing this whole ordeal. Do you really think a doctor would be that stupid to risk his practice for that? Is it that important for some guys?
« on: August 02, 2004, 07:12:45 PM »
It was valentine's day and my bf and I were about to exchange gifts. Along with purchasing some fun items, I also stayed up late the night before to bake hime some cookies. The moment arrived and I went first. When it was his turn, he went out to his vehicle and came back with the scariest contraption I had ever seen. After eyeing it dumbfoundedly for a couple of minutes, he finally explained what it was. It was a lower body suit for me to wear when I went rollerblading. Imagine... big pads for my inner and outer thighs along with butt pads. Gee that is just what I needed... more thickness for my thighs and butt. At the time I was so angry because he would laugh at me if I wore knee pads when I rollerbladed. Can you imagine the ridicule I would have to endure for wearing a massive padded lower body contraption.
Looking back, I should have gladly accepted it. I ended up cracking my tailbone on a curb fall a couple of weeks later. Ouch!
Usually I am not at all picky about gifts or lack of them. However, when I tried that crazy body suit on he laughed and laughed and laughed. Gee, I can't imagine why I would not want to keep something like that?!
« on: August 01, 2004, 08:53:26 PM »
O.K. just playing the Devil's advocate... Obviously the guy wearing the inappropriate shirt is a huge piece of crap. However, I wonder if the airlines have any sort of clause about inappropriate attire like most food establishments do. If not, I don't see how they can kick someone off a flight because someone is not particularly fond of a passengers shirt. Just throwing that out there.
« on: August 01, 2004, 08:34:33 PM »
Unbelievable! You have got to check out the FAQ page on the website.
No LSAT requirements! Only need an associates degree!
Gee it sure sounds reputable! (Hee! Hee!)
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