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Good. I like that song very much.
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To one who has solved the puzzle of life and living, these little puzzles hold no allure.

In other words, I don't have time for puzzles, sorry.

So you don't have time for cryptic crosswords?
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I created my first crossword when I was 9. It was actually surprisingly good, I found it years later and felt happy with it. The clues were the problem, I gave the crossword to my dad hoping he would have fun solving it, but I couldn't define words properly. He smiled an asked whether that crossword was cryptic. I was like WTF. This was my first contact with a cryptic crossword.

When I was 11, I had a terrible winter. Flus, colds, rubella, you name it. The only upside was that that winter there was no need to fake an ilness during the Australian Open to avoid school. My parents were buying me crossword mags. For adults. Some of them, including the cryptic ones, had large black squares inside them, I found it intriguing but never asked questions. I was told later that the crosswords contained pics of naked women and my father was defacing them with a black pen. This wasn't my first contact with a naked woman.
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So you don't have time for cryptic crosswords?
No. I do a couple of quick crosswords and three or four highschool/ college math/physics problems before I go to bed every night. I classify it as spending quality time with my esteemed spouse.

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I created my first crossword when I was 9. It was actually surprisingly good, I found it years later and felt happy with it. The clues were the problem, I gave the crossword to my dad hoping he would have fun solving it, but I couldn't define words properly. He smiled an asked whether that crossword was cryptic. I was like WTF. This was my first contact with a cryptic crossword.
little nerdy gaitare.

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When I was 11, I had a terrible winter. Flus, colds, rubella, you name it. The only upside was that that winter there was no need to fake an ilness during the Australian Open to avoid school. My parents were buying me crossword mags. For adults. Some of them, including the cryptic ones, had large black squares inside them, I found it intriguing but never asked questions. I was told later that the crosswords contained pics of naked women and my father was defacing them with a black pen. This wasn't my first contact with a naked woman.
Papa probably blacked them out because they were of naked 'women'.

“For life be, after all, only a waitin' for somethin' else than what we're doin'; and death be all that we can rightly depend on.” - Bram Stoker, Dracula
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Also, Nolito

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Bartoli has got to be the most peculiar tennis player in history. Fist pumps more than me after a Hewitt foot fault...

Life is an orange and you're just a little pip.

Ol' Rusty Hewitt - Keeping me moist since 1998.

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If we live in the same world as that of Bartoli winning Wimbledon then this gives me endless hope that someday I will be gangbanged by Scarlett Johansson, Rihanna and half of the chicks in the Games of Thrones cast.

God bless.
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I remember watching Bartoli play RG 2003 in the last day of my high school...good times, very vintage.

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I have the utmost respect if on perhaps the happiest day of any human being's life you chose to watch that woman play tennis. You are off my ignore list and into my personal hall of fame of heroes of mankind.
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actually all I remember from 2003RG was this match, Guga becoming forever injured and Calleri going deep in the draw
edit:that was 2000
edit: I used to like youngsters because I was young

edit: i dare you to download Tennis Elbow and create a similar Bartolinesque player and play with her. I give you all my v-cash if you printscreen it.

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Now even more so.
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Once I created a very strange in this game. He was from Senegal and called Djorou Traore.

He was lefthanded with a double handed forehand and a single handed backhand. Also a serve and volleyer.

I always lost at futures Qf tho against the likes of flock, peliwo and eysseric.

But he was a lil Bartolinesque.

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Fat?

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actually all I remember from 2003RG was this match, Guga becoming forever injured and Calleri going deep in the draw
edit:that was 2000
edit: I used to like youngsters because I was young

edit: i dare you to download Tennis Elbow and create a similar Bartolinesque player and play with her. I give you all my v-cash if you printscreen it.
I haven't played a video game since at least a decade ago. I don't particularly value this v-cash either. As a matter of fact I will donate you all of mine if you show me naked pictures of Gypsy.
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