When should I say that I am divorced, to a girl?

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Re: When should I say that I am divorced, to a girl?

Postby superking » 05 May 2012, 15:21

A Tom-nibus? Wait, is that joke as brilliant as I think it is?
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Re: When should I say that I am divorced, to a girl?

Postby divea » 05 May 2012, 15:23

superking wrote:A Tom-nibus? Wait, is that joke as brilliant as I think it is?

Absolutely Brilliant. :roflmao: And only the people who want ride the 'tomni -bus' will get on it. :lol:
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Re: When should I say that I am divorced, to a girl?

Postby tommy525 » 05 May 2012, 16:08

914 wrote:How did this become another tommy thread, lord knows. But I wonder too, your fiancée is Indonesian, not Taiwanese after all. I hope you're 100 percent into her, t. Am I the only one who's surprised? Does she understand the magnitude of your tw obsession?



dont worry I am most definitely 100pct into her !! No worries shes not taiwanese either. Believe it or not.


She does however LOOK just like a TW girl. You wouldnt be able to tell her apart in the MRT.

At this stage the fact that she is a REAL GIRL is good nuff for me :)

Actually shes very sweet and iv known her for many years already , its not as BAD as it LOOKs .

p.s. i sounds exactly the same cuz im actually a BOT . IM programmed this way.

Bots Rule !
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