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Travel Blogs from Hythe
... joked about to ease the long nights on our feet spent slaving away to ungrateful rich *******s at our tables. All of our spontaneous escapades to climb trees, or frolic in sunflowers, are among the most simplistically happy days of my life. Even though I remember cursing her out when I frantically woke up to texts saying she'd be at my house in 20 minutes and we'd be driving two hours to go see sunflowers as I'd erratically brush my ...
... To Diet Without Fear of God's Wrath". At least my plan is only 6 days vs. 40.
Thought about selling a workout DVD to coincide with the program. It'd essentially be 6 days of live footage of me coughing and cursing everything while eating stalks of celery. Let me know if you' be interested so I can get in touch with my publisher.
I'm coming for you Jillian Michaels.
... Is the human reincarnation of The Little Mermaid. While my Disney doppleganger is probably Gaston, the d-bag from Beauty in the Beast.
6. Gives advice like she's an 87 year old asian "enlightened one"
7. Is going to be a total bombshell when her boobs grow someday (your day will come, grasshopper)
8. She's a beauty, and a cynic
9. She is THE ONLY HUMAN with whom I can have uninhibited, politically ...
... were behaving themselves. We left Hythe & ended up going through Dover this time instead of around it. I was able to see the white cliffs then town is built right in front of some of them. I don't think I had imagined seeing them that way. We could also see the castle from the road which was pretty cool.
The rest of the drive home was thankfully quiet with the M & H coming back to the house soon after we ...
... The French soldiers held off the Germans who quickly surrounded Dunkirk, bravely giving the British time to evacuate their army. Originally the command only expected to evacuate several thousands soldiers.
The military base in the tunnels of Dover played a large role in the evacuation – connecting radio transmissions from London to Dunkirk and coordinating the Naval Rescue. When the British Admirals called back two huge British destroyers to keep them safe, the ...