Jefferson City Days Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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 ...
... we were tormented all the way by killer mosquitoes! We hoped for two slices of pie as a reward for having survived the ordeal, but we could not find any ;-(. We had the great idea to head on to Fulton, but once we got there we could not rememember what the attraction was nor how it had gotton on to our list of "things to see" :-)..... Too tired to drive further we slept in Jefferson City the capital 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 ...
... only have the pleasure of enjoying a few more days of Missouri's hot, sticky weather before I'll be in Seattle, WA.
Actually, I really shouldn't be saying that as I don't want to anger the River Gods. I'll be storing my meager possessions within just a few hundred feet of the powerful, merciless clutches of the "Big, ...
... looking online for hours of the nearby wineries in the brochure, a trend appeared: website invalid, winery closed, again and again. Only one appeared nearby and open: Serenity Valley Winery. Rural Missouri, down a blacktop road with fantastic hills and curves, on the edge of a lake/pond. Fun fact: Missouri has no natural lakes.
Upon arrival, we realized that ...