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Halo wrote: and the girls didn't always hide under shade at the beach and wear heels for the wrong things.
There's a situation where heels are the wrong thing?
That's like saying happiness, sunshine and bunny rabbits are evil.
Heels=always the right thing
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That for me makes life more intersting. A lot of the local people I've met in Taiwan don't talk much about a variety of topics even if they speak kickin' english. That makes a huge difference for me.
Yeah - I feel I'm becoming an idiot. I used to be smart and witty. Now I'm just a dumb ass. There is really no one to talk to about anything interesting, and when I do find somebody interesting, I'm so out of practice I can't keep up with the conversation so i just dribble while trying to recall some useful English words I used to be able to say.
The bones got the wrong detail I hoped it would have for you
Safe for a shin bone or even a hand
It's such a lonely ride...
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be so wary of the mods jumping on you guys for criticizing taiwan
The war is mine!
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tommy525 wrote:true taiwanese dont go snowboarding or water skiing on a weekly basis
That's not true....give me Alpine Meadows here in the 'wan and you'll see me doing both regular and goofy down the slope.
My only issue is the jump as I can't even do a 180 (too old).
Life is a bitch and death is her sister.
I got a fever and the only prescription is more cowbell.
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Reminds me of the time when I thought I could still do a flip off a diving board. This was at the Caesars Park pool in Kending. Well.... a week of not being able to turn my head cured me of wanting to attempt that again.
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