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Messages - RockyMarciano
« on: June 01, 2006, 11:32:15 AM »
Mine told me that my reaches were Loyola of Los Angeles and Pepperdine and that I should think of California Western and Southwestern as my safeties. I Pwned his ass. lol. I got into Cornell and $$ from BC, UIUC, and Univ. of Wisc.
« on: June 01, 2006, 11:26:27 AM »
Why were you slumming it in Inglewood anyway?
lol...it wasn't Inglewood. Have any of the guys noticed that the poor areas have some of the hottest women. Actually, the city was East Los Angeles. I have caught myself saying "damn she is hot. Damn, she's a chola."
« on: June 01, 2006, 11:24:18 AM »
In all of my practice tests I never finished all four games. On the "real deal Holyfield" I got through all 4 games and got 100% correct. It really depends on the difficulty of the game and how you are on "game day."
« on: June 01, 2006, 10:51:28 AM »
I met this girl one time in a bad part of my city but she was very attractive. So, I decided to test my pimp hand and luckily enough she wanted to go on a date with me. I wasnít very interested because she was running with the wrong crowd and didnít even finish high school. Anyway, I went to pick her up and her female cousin came along. I didn't mind because it was our first date and for all she knows I could be a psycho or anything else. However, her cousin came along on two more dates. I started to feel like I was getting hustled. I told my friends and they told to me to continue dating her because her hotness outweighed the money I was spending on her and her cousin. One night, My friend and I went with her and her cousin to Roundtable Pizza after a movie. She takes the liberty of ordering a family sized pizza with enough slices to feed a junior varsity football team. Worst part was that she only had one slice and her cousin got a salad. She ended up getting the stuff boxed and took it home to her family. I understand that a person needs to feed their family but "damn! Just ask me and I will buy them a pizza." Another bad thing was that her cousin never offered to pay for her ticket to the movies, Disneyland, or any other event we attended. I finally told her "I feel flattered being with both you and your cousin but I just want to date you." She said that she would talk to her cousin but there was the free loader cousin on our next date. We ended pretty ugly and she called me a few times to get back with me but we both went our own ways. I still can't believe I got hustled.
I hope that show crashes and burns. I can't stand their drama.
"Ah...I don't know but [insert male actor name] is cheating with [insert female actress]." Umm...incase anybody cares. There is a war in Iraq, genocide occuring in Sudan, and about a dozen or more countries are at the brink of collapse.
« on: May 31, 2006, 08:30:55 PM »
So my friend met a girl last summer. All of fall semester they are friends but no relationship becomes of it. At the beginning of the next semester I asked her out, even though I knew he liked her. I regretted the whole time the circumstances under which I asked her. If your friend did that, would you think your friend owed you an apology, or was the time that went by and the factor that they weren't going out enough so that what I did was fair game?
Wow...I did that once and my friend was cool about it. However, I could not be with her thinking that I dissed my friend. We broke up after a month into our relationship.Talk to your friend about it. He may tell you something that you deserve or be cool about it. Remember "Bros before Hoes."