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Patty_and_Tony: GIVE ♥ THIS ♥ TO ♥ THE ♥ TEN ♥ PRETTIEST ♥ GIRLS♥ YOU ♥ KNOW ♥ IF ♥ YOU ♥ GET ♥ FIVE ♥ OF ♥ THESE ♥ BACK ♥ YOU ♥ MUST ♥ BE ♥ DROP ♥ DEAD ♥ GORGEOUS
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ChaCha8: So today's question is, is gin, in fact, panty remover? I shall put myself forward to answer this for you all. You're welcome.
ChaCha8: Hmm, Wireclub is the only site working for me today. Do you think the universe is trying to tell me to take the day off?
ChaCha8: As a certain festive time of the year approaches, and with my sudden change of residence recently, I wanted to pose a question to my online friends. It seems that for anyone who was raised celebrating Christmas growing up there seems to be two distinct categories of people; those who dread the Christmas season like grim death, and those who welcome it with the joy of a child. I have yet to meet anyone who didn't have a strong opinion either way. I moved from the last place I lived where Christmas, although celebrated with gifts, was not looked upon as a joyful occasion, to a home where Christmas is welcomed and celebrated with music and decorations and food and company and excitement. I am in the latter group myself so I see this as awesome!
Some might think this has to do with upbringing and how Christmas was handled in their household growing up. Ironically, the friend from the first home I lived in was raised where Christmas was not a sad or disappointing time for her, she just never liked being around her family. The friend I live with now was largely neglected growing up but, as a teenager,was brought into the fold of her father's growing family and they had little income for presents but an amazing family spirit. My joy in Christmas has everything to do with the spiritual and the giving aspect, the receiving is a bonus for sure but not what I look forward to the most.
So what category do you fall into?
ChaCha8: "I was raised around Quebec French people. They are their own breed. It's like living with naked cats, they're pissed off all the time" LMAOO!!!! Omg my friend cracks me up!!!
ChaCha8: I am here! Omg it's gorgeous. House right on the lake and so big and warm. I have my own private little office space in a glorified crawl space (I can stand up between the rafters lol) but it is warm and private and very very quiet ...yay! I will post pictures when I get the chance
ChaCha8: Does anyone have satellite internet (Canada)? I am wondering what I can expect to pay per month...if it is more/less/same expensive as cable.
ChaCha8: Now I don't watch TLC as I believe that is where intelligence goes to die, but I just heard that Here Comes Honey Boo Boo is canceled because Mama June was found to be dating a convicted child molester, and is rumoured to be a relative. How did this woman even get on TV?
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ChaCha8: Elle- I think I was invited to stay here to be some kind of marriage buffer for my friends. The fight has been on for weeks and my instinct is to retreat when there is conflict so I am not providing the distraction or focus that they wanted me to. I have friends in Edmonton who are very happy to have me stay with them so that's where I am going before these friends in Calgary are no longer friends.
ChaCha8: I have a very delicate dilemma to deal with this evening and I am not quite sure how to approach it because I am both angry and humbled. Angry because I feel my friend has screwed me on something, and humbled because she is letting me live here for free until I get on my feet. This is going to require some very fancy footwork
ChaCha8: *Steps into the Canada Room, looks around, mutters "there's a whole bunch of hate in here", leaves* Cha Cha remains intact
ChaCha8: Sons of Anarchy is getting into my psyche. I had a sex dream about Bobby the other night .....Please let tonight be Opie