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She's a really fit teacher, steamy like shisha, I wish I could reach up her breaches and teach her how to be a bad girl, like tracy beaker, but sneakier
Each week her beaver explodes with my dynamite, I'm like a creeper
She shaves that snatch neater than Margaret thatcher styles her ****, I can tell you that, smack my schwanz on your tongue, and drink that ...
... known as "Yardbird" and "Bird", was an American jazzsaxophonist and composer. Parker was a highly influential jazz soloist and a leading figure in the development of bebop, a form of jazz characterized by fast tempos, virtuosic technique and improvisation. Parker introduced revolutionary harmonic ideas including rapid passing chords, new variants of altered chords, and chord substitutions. His ...
... through. I have found that on this trip there are very frequent times that I don't know what state I am in. Like today I drove into Indiana but for about an hour I thought I was still in Ohio. A lot of the times I think this happens because many state lines are on rivers so the "Wecome to ___!" signs aren't as easy to spot. I think it's fun to not have any idea what state I'm in.
I was driving through St. Louis, Missouri and saw one of ...
Trisha Paytas – I should love her I guess. She's made some great videos for curvy women and anti-body shaming, she seems proud of herself despite of her weight.
She’s just so. Damn. Ignorant.
I feel like Trisha doesn’t research things that come out of her mouth. A lot of times I have heard her say such things as "that video was a troll." “I was playing a character” “I was depressed ...
... settings and trying to capture the lightning in a photo. I came to believe I was actually controlling the storm - the lightning flashed immediately after I would take a photo. It was a lovely rhythm: shutter close, lightning strike. If only I could harness this superpower. All in all, very fun to shoot. 75 minutes in, I get a phone call from my mother: "are you ok?" *sigh*