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Travel Blogs from Dover
B. Somehow compensate, because she deserves the world.
But we both love athletes and musicians too much to turn lesbo, thus continues the vicious cycle. But she’s so remarkably resilient, she’s like my little Rock-em-Bop-em Robot. She’s endured so much but none of it has as much as permanently nicked her soul. Now for the first time in our whole friendship I finally have the means to ...
... of lines.
-Refrain from showing off abdomen if viewer is within a 10 foot radius or in well lit settings.
Don't consult your Primary Physician to see if this regiment is for you.
They'll stab me in the pulmonary artery and leave me to die of pleural effusion. WARNINGS:
-You will be socially ostracized. People will shame you with their eyeballs for being in public ...
... about serial killers, genocides, dictators, cheap gore films, alien hieroglyphics, etc.
10. We blast metal music in my '97 teal Sunfire while passing school age children, holding cardboard cutouts of her orthodontist and balloons saying "IT'S A BOY!" out the crank windows.
The chick can hold her own. In intelligent conversation, in moral judgment, in sticking to her guns, in religious belief that ...
Got to Folkstone nice and early after rising, we then decided to follow the cycle path again. Big mistake, it took us up some huge climbs only to drop us a few hundred meters from where we started. Getting on the ferry was easy enough, still enjoying the good weather.
... were constructed without modern earthmoving machinery!) are 2000 or more years old. The Romans also recognised the importance of the site, as did the Saxons, who built the church next to the pharos - St Mary-in-Castro. Entering the church brought a very welcome respite from the wind!
The Great Tower and the surrounding bailey were built in medieval times by Henry II - they were our next stop. We met the Lord Constable, who was there to help raise an army to help ...