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Re: •°o* Ye Olde Castle Volume 61- Enjoy the Australian Open with us

Originally Posted by Litotes View Post
I don't know how it started. Perhaps the colder climate does that to people? Then again, the northernes have it colder than anyone else, so not a likely explanation.

I don't know any of my neighbour's birthdays, even though I'm quite good at remembering dates. Noone ever told me. Nor I them. I know how many kids they have, gender and approximate age, but that's it - don't even have names for all of them. I do know when the neighbour across the road will walk her dog, though, since it often coincides with me going to work. When my sister got married there were 20 people in her wedding, only close family and best friends of both. And that's the only wedding I've ever been invited to. No, wait, I was invited also to my father's cousin's wedding, but couldn't go for health reasons.
1-2 wedding? never happened in my life time.

trust me sometimes i really want to get away but i cant, they are everywhere!!

i was in barcelona 3 years ago, we went to The Columbus Monument at the end of the La Rambla, only 5 ppl can get inside bc its a small place, 4 ppl and the doormen.
so we went inside me and my friends and we took pictures of the city from above and after a minutes 2 ppl got inside and we know they were israeli bc they spoke heb and i told my friends, what are the oddddddddds??????

Hug it out as long as it takes, people
"People were created to be loved
things were created to be used.
The reason why the world is in chaos is because things are being loved, and people are being used."

"יברכך ה' וישמרך,יאר ה' פניו אליך ויחונך,ישא ה' פניו אליך וישם לך שלום"
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