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Beforehand
08-17-2007, 08:22 PM
Have you seen the vid Dom? It's a hot mess ;) :aplot::lolL:
What vid is this?

Kitty de Sade
08-17-2007, 08:22 PM
Henman making an O face.......that's it. We have no bigger bottom to plow here. It's totally over. :)

scoobs
08-17-2007, 08:23 PM
There isn't any. It's for effect. It's label whoring. It becomes an addiction all its own. Total waste of time.



He is a trader, who came from a good family. He never needed to work, so all of this stuff was just the way he grew up. I can't completely hang him by the balls because he is very generous to everyone, and doesn't get on my case, or anyone else's if they DON'T have money. I do have to say that in his defense.



Not a chance. HE dumped ME. There is no mercy, no forgiveness, no reprieve. Once a man no longer wishes to be in my company, he will be held to that. :)

If you were born into the finer things then I can partially understand it - and if you have the kind of palette than can detect the differences, then so be it.

Me, I come from down below and wasn't given the chance to develop pretensions about quality and cost. And it suits me fine.

Jade Fox
08-17-2007, 08:24 PM
There isn't any. It's for effect. It's label whoring. It becomes an addiction all its own. Total waste of time.



He is a trader, who came from a good family. He never needed to work, so all of this stuff was just the way he grew up. I can't completely hang him by the balls because he is very generous to everyone, and doesn't get on my case, or anyone else's if they DON'T have money. I do have to say that in his defense.



Not a chance. HE dumped ME. There is no mercy, no forgiveness, no reprieve. Once a man no longer wishes to be in my company, he will be held to that. :)


Okay so he came up well. I get it now.

I know how you feel. Once it's over, it's over for me too. Why people go back to their exes constantly is something I can't understand. I don't care how good the sex is, I just can't do it.

scoobs
08-17-2007, 08:25 PM
Henman making an O face.......that's it. We have no bigger bottom to plow here. It's totally over. :)
How about Henman making an O face while Stepanek hovers above him getting close to making his own O face...hand moving like a blur, back arching in worm-simulation movements, mouth open wide enough to pull passing objects in by sheer force of gravity...

Jade Fox
08-17-2007, 08:27 PM
How about Henman making an O face while Stepanek hovers above him getting close to making his own O face...hand moving like a blur, back arching in worm-simulation movements, mouth open wide enough to pull passing objects in by sheer force of gravity...

*Gets image in head*

I think I just went blind.

Kitty de Sade
08-17-2007, 08:28 PM
Okay so he came up well. I get it now.

I know how you feel. Once it's over, it's over for me too. Why people go back to their exes constantly is something I can't understand. I don't care how good the sex is, I just can't do it.

I never understood the need to revisit either. They told you as much that they no longer required your services. ;)

This one dumped me because (according to him) I was unable to get over my terminal case of Peter Pan. :)

I predict though, tonight, he will be struggling to keep himself in check, as will I. Just because I don't want him no mo' doesn't mean I don't WANT him no mo'. You know there had to be a reason WHY I dealt with is nonsense for THREE years. :devil:

Kitty de Sade
08-17-2007, 08:29 PM
How about Henman making an O face while Stepanek hovers above him getting close to making his own O face...hand moving like a blur, back arching in worm-simulation movements, mouth open wide enough to pull passing objects in by sheer force of gravity...

This is the worst thing I could imagine. Well done, I will have nightmares for a week. :hatoff:

MCL
08-17-2007, 08:30 PM
How about Henman making an O face while Stepanek hovers above him getting close to making his own O face...hand moving like a blur, back arching in worm-simulation movements, mouth open wide enough to pull passing objects in by sheer force of gravity...

Oh, the HORROR :ignore: :bolt:

scoobs
08-17-2007, 08:30 PM
See, people - we have learned an important lesson today.

There's ALWAYS lower.

Now, let us pull back from this abyss of disgust and abomination, for the love of all that is Holy and sacred.

Jade Fox
08-17-2007, 08:30 PM
I predict though, tonight, he will be struggling to keep himself in check, as will I. Just because I don't want him no mo' doesn't mean I don't WANT him no mo'. You know there had to be a reason WHY I dealt with is nonsense for THREE years. :devil:

:lol: But of course. Great sex can make people put up with a lot of shit.:devil:

mrserenawilliams
08-17-2007, 08:30 PM
:scared: @ mental image :unsure::scared:


For J and Dom and everyone else who hasn't seen it

Suck A Dick Up, 'Til I Hiccup (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8_uiBeW4Uig)

just :dead: :lol:

scoobs
08-17-2007, 08:32 PM
Speaking Stepanek's mouth wide open, what would his breath smell like?

:tape:
:tape::tape:
:tape::tape::tape:
:tape::tape:
:tape:

Kitty de Sade
08-17-2007, 08:33 PM
:lol: But of course. Great sex can make people put up with a lot of shit.:devil:

Now see, this is just the struggle. I have wanted to toss him down a flight of stairs SO many times I couldn't even begin to count.

And yet, never did we have chemistry problems. How do you have such good sexual chemistry with someone who basically makes you sick? :p

Kitty de Sade
08-17-2007, 08:36 PM
Some sick things up for debate in this hizzle today, I tell ya. :eek:

Jade Fox
08-17-2007, 08:43 PM
Okay that's it, time to put some nicer images into my and everyone else's head.:p


http://www.maratsafin.com/Admin/spaw/DatabaseImages/Wim0521.jpg


http:///www.flickr.com/photos/happymooses/40507467/


http://www.tennis-ontheline.com/pics/04iw/iw04gaud1.jpg


http://www.theage.com.au/ffximage/2005/01/28/safin_federer5_gallery__465x550.jpg

scoobs
08-17-2007, 08:44 PM
The saviour is here....

Kitty de Sade
08-17-2007, 08:45 PM
Always on perfect cue, RA. :kiss:

You know I am partial to the meat in between the two slices of bread you have posted, although they are nothing to sneeze at. :devil:

MCL
08-17-2007, 08:46 PM
Thank you for posting the pics. :worship:

Jade Fox
08-17-2007, 08:46 PM
What happened to my Andy picture?

Oh well I'll just post it again.

http://www.scott-o-rama.com/Coppermine/albums/userpics/normal_Andy%20Roddick%209.jpg

scoobs
08-17-2007, 08:48 PM
Right, herself is home and there's dinner to be fixed and other such inanities.

à plus tard mes amis. :wavey:

Kitty de Sade
08-17-2007, 08:49 PM
Sometimes the pictures just magically disappear. I don't get that. Should NEVER happen to you. You've always got the best ones. :lick:

I come up with the video links, but you've got no competition with pics. :woohoo:

EDIT: Bye bye Chris! :wavey:

Kitty de Sade
08-17-2007, 08:52 PM
This one should be see AGAIN, just in case anyone hasn't seen it, or wants to see it again. :devil:

http://www.bruisedfruitcds.com/images/carlos-baby.jpg

MCL
08-17-2007, 08:53 PM
Bye Chris :wavey:

Carlos :drool:
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More cartoon flashbacks

Kitty de Sade
08-17-2007, 08:54 PM
Okay Lo, hang on...finding cartoons. I love them. :hearts:

EDIT: THUNDERCATS!

http://www.toyarchive.com/Thundercats/ThundercatsPicture1a.jpg

Jade Fox
08-17-2007, 08:55 PM
The saviour is here....

Hey someone had to restore order around here. I am just a servant really.:o

Bye Chris!:wavey:

Always on perfect cue, RA. :kiss:

You know I am partial to the meat in between the two slices of bread you have posted, although they are nothing to sneeze at. :devil:

I post Gaston just for you. And really, that picture is hot.:lick:

Thank you for posting the pics. :worship:

You're very much welcome.

And here's one for the Haas lovahs.

http://towleroad.typepad.com/photos/uncategorized/haas.jpg

Kitty de Sade
08-17-2007, 08:59 PM
Hey someone had to restore order around here. I am just a servant really.:o

No WAY. You RULE here. You play it off, but you know that. ;)

I post Gaston just for you. And really, that picture is hot.:lick:

Best body I've seen. They grow them hotter in Argentina. That one is a perfect example. I told you- that fiancee of his won the fuckin' man lottery. She better remember to keep stretching before she goes to bed. :devil:

And here's one for the Haas lovahs.

http://towleroad.typepad.com/photos/uncategorized/haas.jpg

Another good one. :yeah:

MCL
08-17-2007, 09:04 PM
http://towleroad.typepad.com/photos/uncategorized/haas.jpg

Save a Haas, ride a cowboy... On second thought, save a cowboy :angel:

MCL
08-17-2007, 09:08 PM
I can't resist a pun, even a bad one. :)

Jade Fox
08-17-2007, 09:11 PM
No WAY. You RULE here. You play it off, but you know that. ;)



Best body I've seen. They grow them hotter in Argentina. That one is a perfect example. I told you- that fiancee of his won the fuckin' man lottery. She better remember to keep stretching before she goes to bed. :devil:



Another good one. :yeah:

If I rule, do I get a crown?;)

Indeed that man is in great shape. And those freckles...yum.:drool:

His fiancee is very lucky.


Save a Haas, ride a cowboy... On second thought, save a cowboy :angel:

:lol: I love that song.:hearts:

Beforehand
08-17-2007, 09:21 PM
:scared: @ mental image :unsure::scared:


For J and Dom and everyone else who hasn't seen it

Suck A Dick Up, 'Til I Hiccup (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8_uiBeW4Uig)

just :dead: :lol:

Handicap basketcase man!

These ladies are ridiculous and uninformed, but I absolutely adore the fat lady on the left.

Beforehand
08-17-2007, 09:22 PM
Got these old men wearin' these PAMPUHZ.

MCL
08-17-2007, 09:22 PM
:lol: I love that song.:hearts:
Me too :)
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Doug

mrserenawilliams
08-17-2007, 09:24 PM
These ladies are ridiculous and uninformed, but I absolutely adore the fat lady on the left.

That's her mom :ignore::tape::haha:

Beforehand
08-17-2007, 09:29 PM
That's her mom :ignore::tape::haha:
I noticed afterwards. ROFL. She's so slow-speaking and stereotypically old and fat. It's just like a comedy sketch.

I'm reading the comments, and people actually love her. That was a complete disgraceful mess. She was going on some ridiculous tangents, though she horrified her own mother a few times.

Kitty de Sade
08-17-2007, 09:35 PM
Okay, I cannot stall anymore. I have to get ready for Jacob Marley's arrival this weekend. :ras:

I am going to be working both Saturday and Sunday for Crowded House, so I won't be back until Monday.

I hope you all have a wonderful weekend. Thank you for keeping me company while my fat lip healed. :hug:

Bye all! Hugs/kisses/more of the same. :wavey:

MCL
08-17-2007, 09:43 PM
Okay, I cannot stall anymore. I have to get ready for Jacob Marley's arrival this weekend. :ras:

I am going to be working both Saturday and Sunday for Crowded House, so I won't be back until Monday.

I hope you all have a wonderful weekend. Thank you for keeping me company while my fat lip healed. :hug:

Bye all! Hugs/kisses/more of the same. :wavey:

Bye :wavey:

MCL
08-17-2007, 09:47 PM
I guess I should do something with the rest of the afternoon.
Bye - Happy perving :)

Jade Fox
08-17-2007, 09:52 PM
Okay, I cannot stall anymore. I have to get ready for Jacob Marley's arrival this weekend. :ras:

I am going to be working both Saturday and Sunday for Crowded House, so I won't be back until Monday.

I hope you all have a wonderful weekend. Thank you for keeping me company while my fat lip healed. :hug:

Bye all! Hugs/kisses/more of the same. :wavey:

Bye Kelli!:wavey:

scoobs
08-17-2007, 10:28 PM
Okay, I cannot stall anymore. I have to get ready for Jacob Marley's arrival this weekend. :ras:

I am going to be working both Saturday and Sunday for Crowded House, so I won't be back until Monday.

I hope you all have a wonderful weekend. Thank you for keeping me company while my fat lip healed. :hug:

Bye all! Hugs/kisses/more of the same. :wavey:
Have a good weekend baybeh.

mrserenawilliams
08-17-2007, 11:01 PM
How are you Chris? How's the writing coming?

Aleka
08-17-2007, 11:05 PM
Dudes :kiss: Anybody up and about? :p

RogiRafaFan86
08-17-2007, 11:16 PM
How about Henman making an O face while Stepanek hovers above him getting close to making his own O face...hand moving like a blur, back arching in worm-simulation movements, mouth open wide enough to pull passing objects in by sheer force of gravity...

You'd better hope my eyesight returns and the convulsions stop...otherwise I'm gonna sue!

:scared: :scared: :scared: :scared:

scoobs
08-17-2007, 11:18 PM
I'm here. Writing is going slowly. I hope I can spend some more time tomorrow - it's not been a good week for it....

How are you guys?

Aleka
08-17-2007, 11:21 PM
I'm ok :D How's you...what's wrong :sad: :hug:

scoobs
08-17-2007, 11:26 PM
Just a lot of distractions at the moment - tennis, things going on etc. haven't been able to concentrate much :)

scoobs
08-17-2007, 11:31 PM
You'd better hope my eyesight returns and the convulsions stop...otherwise I'm gonna sue!

:scared: :scared: :scared: :scared:
I'm sorry you should have read the disclaimer:

Other users read Chris's posts entirely at their own risk. Chris cannot be held responsible for illness, injury, arguments, accidents or acts of violence upon self or others that may arise as a direct or indirect result of reading his posts. Chris apologises for the inconvenience that this may cause, but unfortunately he cannot bring himself to give a toss.


:)

Aleka
08-17-2007, 11:32 PM
I can't stop watching heroes :help:

scoobs
08-17-2007, 11:33 PM
I can't stop watching heroes :help:
Why should you want to - Heroes is amazing :worship:

Aleka
08-17-2007, 11:35 PM
:rolls: need food, need talk people, eyes hurt, need sleep :lol:

scoobs
08-17-2007, 11:37 PM
:rolls: need food, need talk people, eyes hurt, need sleep :lol:
Fight through it. Flesh is weak. Flesh is transitory. Flesh will do as it is told :)

mrserenawilliams
08-17-2007, 11:42 PM
:sobbing: I wish I had that kind of discipline :lol:

Aleka
08-17-2007, 11:42 PM
Fight through it. Flesh is weak. Flesh is transitory. Flesh will do as it is told :)
:rolls: :rolls: Well I did want to go on a diet :D and lack of food and sleep can cause a person to lose weight :lol: Tempting, bery bery temtping :D

Aleka
08-17-2007, 11:44 PM
:sobbing: I wish I had that kind of discipline :lol:

:hug: :hug: we all do :sad:

scoobs
08-17-2007, 11:54 PM
Seriously though, if you're uncomfortable, then rest - you'll stop taking it in :)

Sofyaxo
08-18-2007, 12:00 AM
:rolls: :rolls: Well I did want to go on a diet :D and lack of food and sleep can cause a person to lose weight :lol: Tempting, bery bery temtping :D

Sweetie when you get over tried your body might start to crave carbs and sweets more then normal for the extra amount of fuel it thinks it needs. If that doesn't happen to you I'm ready to worship you becaue I have wicked carb cravings when I diet, but not when I eat normal.

Aleka
08-18-2007, 01:22 AM
Seriously though, if you're uncomfortable, then rest - you'll stop taking it in :)
I'm good :lol: I haven't started watching yet :lol: I will soon :banana:
Sweetie when you get over tried your body might start to crave carbs and sweets more then normal for the extra amount of fuel it thinks it needs. If that doesn't happen to you I'm ready to worship you becaue I have wicked carb cravings when I diet, but not when I eat normal.
hmmm...never knew that :lol: I always want something sweet, so nothing new there :lol: And being as lazy as I am it shouldn't be too hard :lol: The fridge is far away :rolls:

:wavey: later...or good night...:lol:

mrserenawilliams
08-18-2007, 02:22 AM
:bounce: Me and Tucker are back from a day of pampering :hearts:

That was GREAT :drool:

GO JB! :woohoo: COME ON!

Johnny Groove
08-18-2007, 07:38 AM
I love you guys :awww: :sobbing:

mrserenawilliams
08-18-2007, 08:26 AM
:hug:

partygirl
08-18-2007, 09:35 AM
I love you guys :awww: :sobbing:
And i love you and your fat ass.:lick::hug:


Ok, so i am back from spending about 4 hours in the middle of the night swimming in Deb's rooftop pool (alcohol included & dj mixes as well) & of course drama had to happen (sofya would have seen it coming) me & my tall ass scraped about a third of my face along the bottom of the pool (PICTURE ME UNDERWATER SCREAMING "I HAVE BETTER NOT HAVE CHIPPED/LOOSED A TOOOOOOOOTH ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh:eek:" then running out of oxygen )
Seriously i have a crazy teeth fixation and almost thought one was gone for sure, thankfully my strong genes prevailed and i am left with a scrape & an asymmetrical fat lip, fuck i hate that.:(

plus my neighborhood stalker (the security guard for our buildings) got quite a bikini-eyeful.:ras: -D I C K.:rolleyes:
That brought todays total up to 3 guys who, during the course of the day tried to sidle up to me & make me their own...only for me to end up....:lol:!
...Needless to say jimmy is not happy & neither is Larah, but its all good, i laughed a lot today and that matters most:p:D


goodnight lovlies, i love you all.:wavey:

scoobs
08-18-2007, 09:41 AM
You don't do these things by halves, do you?

:)

I hope you're okay though...

partygirl
08-18-2007, 09:50 AM
:rolls:Nope i have not half assed something since before i had an ass.:angel::devil:

scoobs
08-18-2007, 10:04 AM
I don't think we could look ourselves in the mirror and call ourselves perves if this wasn't added to this thread as soon as possible:

Nole and the fashion show underwear....

http://img525.imageshack.us/img525/408/pixda3.jpg

partygirl
08-18-2007, 10:20 AM
I don't think we could look ourselves in the mirror and call ourselves perves if this wasn't added to this thread as soon as possible:

Nole and the fashion show underwear....

http://img525.imageshack.us/img525/408/pixda3.jpg
Awwwwwwwwwwwww!
Thank you for that!

Nothing better than a hotbitch who hungers to take as much off as possible.

I didn't know it was an Male/Male situation, not to mention full ass grabbing salaciousness.

Nice stuff.:)...you send me to bed with a fat lipped smile.
Hot.:toothy:


cute undies too.

Jade Fox
08-18-2007, 10:21 AM
I don't think we could look ourselves in the mirror and call ourselves perves if this wasn't added to this thread as soon as possible:

Nole and the fashion show underwear....

http://img525.imageshack.us/img525/408/pixda3.jpg

Oh my God. I've heard about these pictures but they took so long to show that I wondered if it was really true.

Thank you Chris!:devil:

Sofyaxo
08-18-2007, 01:04 PM
:speakles: :speakles: :speakles:

Um I don't even care if the other guy is just holding out his arm it looks like he's going for an ass slap.

Oh Nole you want the slash don't you?maybe I'll let Andy have some fun with you


And i love you and your fat ass.:lick::hug:


Ok, so i am back from spending about 4 hours in the middle of the night swimming in Deb's rooftop pool (alcohol included & dj mixes as well) & of course drama had to happen (sofya would have seen it coming) me & my tall ass scraped about a third of my face along the bottom of the pool (PICTURE ME UNDERWATER SCREAMING "I HAVE BETTER NOT HAVE CHIPPED/LOOSED A TOOOOOOOOTH ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh:eek:" then running out of oxygen )
Seriously i have a crazy teeth fixation and almost thought one was gone for sure, thankfully my strong genes prevailed and i am left with a scrape & an asymmetrical fat lip, fuck i hate that.:(

plus my neighborhood stalker (the security guard for our buildings) got quite a bikini-eyeful.:ras: -D I C K.:rolleyes:
That brought todays total up to 3 guys who, during the course of the day tried to sidle up to me & make me their own...only for me to end up....:lol:!
...Needless to say jimmy is not happy & neither is Larah, but its all good, i laughed a lot today and that matters most:p:D


goodnight lovlies, i love you all.:wavey:


Holy shit. I nearly peed myself laughing. I was reading that like ummmm drinking and swimming, not so safe. Then I read you saying I would know. :lol: :haha:

Drunk swimming should always be done in pairs. :) Well pairs with someone who can watch the drunk swimming.

You are okay though? That's all I care about. :hug:

partygirl
08-18-2007, 04:31 PM
:speakles: :speakles: :speakles:

Um I don't even care if the other guy is just holding out his arm it looks like he's going for an ass slap.


looks like a slap to me, in the third it almost looks like some of his underwear got caught up.:p




Holy shit. I nearly peed myself laughing. I was reading that like ummmm drinking and swimming, not so safe. Then I read you saying I would know. :lol: :haha:

Drunk swimming should always be done in pairs. :) Well pairs with someone who can watch the drunk swimming.

You are okay though? That's all I care about. :hug:Thank you, Yes, i was in pairs & ...yes, i am fine.

Sympathizing with what Kel went through though (my lip is so swollen- and for no good reason) not to mention the dotted line of abrasions down the center of my face.:cool:

In the end, nothing my dumbass ego cannot handle:lol:
-but if i had lost teeth i would have taken a life.

Beforehand
08-18-2007, 05:02 PM
I love you guys :awww: :sobbing:

:hug:

And i love you and your fat ass.:lick::hug:


Ok, so i am back from spending about 4 hours in the middle of the night swimming in Deb's rooftop pool (alcohol included & dj mixes as well) & of course drama had to happen (sofya would have seen it coming) me & my tall ass scraped about a third of my face along the bottom of the pool (PICTURE ME UNDERWATER SCREAMING "I HAVE BETTER NOT HAVE CHIPPED/LOOSED A TOOOOOOOOTH ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh:eek:" then running out of oxygen )
Seriously i have a crazy teeth fixation and almost thought one was gone for sure, thankfully my strong genes prevailed and i am left with a scrape & an asymmetrical fat lip, fuck i hate that.:(

plus my neighborhood stalker (the security guard for our buildings) got quite a bikini-eyeful.:ras: -D I C K.:rolleyes:
That brought todays total up to 3 guys who, during the course of the day tried to sidle up to me & make me their own...only for me to end up....:lol:!
...Needless to say jimmy is not happy & neither is Larah, but its all good, i laughed a lot today and that matters most:p:D

goodnight lovlies, i love you all.:wavey:


Boring night, it sounds like. ;)

Sounds like you had a blast.
I don't think we could look ourselves in the mirror and call ourselves perves if this wasn't added to this thread as soon as possible:

Nole and the fashion show underwear....

http://img525.imageshack.us/img525/408/pixda3.jpg

:hearts: :inlove:

Chris, you always were my favorite. (Chris = Whoever's reading this post.)

Beforehand
08-18-2007, 05:24 PM
:spit: That guy is so copping a cheap feel off of Nole. And who wouldn't? :cool:

"Pour les plaisir des dames," that's hilarious. :haha: I think the hommes are enjoying it too. :devil:
No way. Not enjoyable in the slightest. :o

Jade Fox
08-18-2007, 06:13 PM
:speakles: :speakles: :speakles:

Um I don't even care if the other guy is just holding out his arm it looks like he's going for an ass slap.

Oh Nole you want the slash don't you?maybe I'll let Andy have some fun with you




Holy shit. I nearly peed myself laughing. I was reading that like ummmm drinking and swimming, not so safe. Then I read you saying I would know. :lol: :haha:

Drunk swimming should always be done in pairs. :) Well pairs with someone who can watch the drunk swimming.

You are okay though? That's all I care about. :hug:

It was so an ass slap. Dude knows exactly what he was doing.;)

And yeah Larah? That lip bruise sounds awful but let that be a lesson for you missy. Drunk swimming is no bueno. *Waves finger*:p

Metis
08-18-2007, 06:32 PM
I don't think we could look ourselves in the mirror and call ourselves perves if this wasn't added to this thread as soon as possible:

Nole and the fashion show underwear....

http://img525.imageshack.us/img525/408/pixda3.jpg

:spit:

Nole is such a show off! :rolls:

Would have been fun to see Rafa strut his ass and getting a wedgie on the catwalk :devil: .

Johnny Groove
08-18-2007, 07:18 PM
:hug:

:hug:

And i love you and your fat ass.:lick::hug:

:lol: Right back atcha :kiss: :lick: :hearts: :hug:

Ok, so i am back from spending about 4 hours in the middle of the night swimming in Deb's rooftop pool (alcohol included & dj mixes as well) & of course drama had to happen (sofya would have seen it coming) me & my tall ass scraped about a third of my face along the bottom of the pool (PICTURE ME UNDERWATER SCREAMING "I HAVE BETTER NOT HAVE CHIPPED/LOOSED A TOOOOOOOOTH ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh:eek:" then running out of oxygen )
Seriously i have a crazy teeth fixation and almost thought one was gone for sure, thankfully my strong genes prevailed and i am left with a scrape & an asymmetrical fat lip, fuck i hate that.:(

plus my neighborhood stalker (the security guard for our buildings) got quite a bikini-eyeful.:ras: -D I C K.:rolleyes:
That brought todays total up to 3 guys who, during the course of the day tried to sidle up to me & make me their own...only for me to end up....:lol:!
...Needless to say jimmy is not happy & neither is Larah, but its all good, i laughed a lot today and that matters most:p:D


goodnight lovlies, i love you all.:wavey:


No drinking. Its very bad. :sobbing: Especially when you need to do something important :sad:

Its good to see you laughed too, i laughed at that and my day is a bit brighter now :)

mrserenawilliams
08-18-2007, 07:24 PM
:spit:

Nole is such a show off! :rolls:

Would have been fun to see Rafa strut his ass and getting a wedgie on the catwalk :devil: .


for a second I thought it WAS Rafa :lol:

on the bottom left, you can TOTALLY see him copping a feel :lol:

meenyminymo
08-18-2007, 07:41 PM
Larah :awww: :hug: that sucks, I'm glad you didn't lose a tooth to the bottom of Deb's pool, but I still love that you're hanging out drunk in her pool while she's on vacation :lol:.

maybe I'll let Andy have some fun with you


:banana:
Don't just tease me with that, it's cruel. I'll supply the bunny if need be :angel:

At first glance I really thought that guy was Flopez up there with Nole. But I love that he's lifting the undies to show a little cheek. Very... cheeky :lol: (BAD PUN ALERT!)

MCL
08-18-2007, 09:18 PM
:wavey:
Did anyone else enjoy watching today's match? There were a lot of errors but I thought on the whole there was very high quality tennis. Also, with Hewitt's upped level of play, there was a lot of suspense as to the winner of the match.

Jade Fox
08-18-2007, 10:59 PM
:wavey:
Did anyone else enjoy watching today's match? There were a lot of errors but I thought on the whole there was very high quality tennis. Also, with Hewitt's upped level of play, there was a lot of suspense as to the winner of the match.

Yes I did. It was great match from both guys. And it was neat to see Lleyton let out a few "Come ons!" and fought as much as he can.:worship:

And to keep things slightly Pervy, Roger touching his crotch alot made me happy.:devil:

partygirl
08-18-2007, 11:11 PM
And to keep things slightly Pervy, Roger touching his crotch alot made me happy.:devil:Oh dear! *:bolt:To watch*
Roger is so trying to be Andy now, with all the Andyass, the unstable play:p, the crotch grabbing & grumpy attitude along with profuse sweating.:worship::lick:

if he switches to compression shorts its on!!:boxing::ras:


---for some reason i feel the need to admit this publicly---
I finally got around to watching the series finale of The O.C...
& I cried like a bitch at the ending.:lol::tape:thats all.

Jade Fox
08-18-2007, 11:14 PM
Oh dear! *:bolts:To watch*
Roger is so trying to be Andy now, with all the Andyass, the unstable play:p, the crotch grabbing & grumpy attitude & sweating.:worship::lick:

if he switches to compression shorts its on!!:boxing::ras:


---for some reason i feel the need to admit this publicly---
I finally got around to watching the series finale of The O.C...
& I cried like a bitch at the ending.:lol::tape:thats all.


Well after all those years of being together, some of Andy's antics are bound to rub off.;)

And I love The O.C. One of the most homoerotic shows out there.:hearts:

Johnny Groove
08-18-2007, 11:16 PM
I can run again :banana: My tape is off :dance:

Jade Fox
08-18-2007, 11:17 PM
I can run again :banana: My tape is off :dance:

Good for you Jonathan!:hug:

Don't get too crazy though, cause your leg might still be sensitive.

Johnny Groove
08-18-2007, 11:19 PM
Good for you Jonathan!:hug:

Don't get too crazy though, cause your leg might still be sensitive.

They gave me some cream thing to rub on it twice a day for the next week. They said i can do some light running and biking, but a 3 hour clay match with 20 stroke rallies are probably not yet in the cards :)

partygirl
08-18-2007, 11:24 PM
I can run again :banana: My tape is off :dance:
:aparty::kiss:

mrserenawilliams
08-18-2007, 11:25 PM
maybe next week :lol:

Beforehand
08-18-2007, 11:26 PM
What'd you do to your leg?

Johnny Groove
08-18-2007, 11:30 PM
:aparty::kiss:

Love ya :smooch:

maybe next week :lol:

School starts next week as well, mabe 2 weeks ;)

What'd you do to your leg?

I was in a shootout and I got cut with a knife

partygirl
08-18-2007, 11:41 PM
Oh dear! *:bolt:To watch*
Roger is so trying to be Andy now, with all the Andyass, the unstable play:p, the crotch grabbing & grumpy attitude along with profuse sweating.:worship::lick:

if he switches to compression shorts its on!!:boxing::ras:


picture example:

Beforehand
08-18-2007, 11:54 PM
I was in a shootout and I got cut with a knife
Uh. Sorry about that.

Jade Fox
08-18-2007, 11:55 PM
picture example:

Oh god, that is such an Andy thing to do, biting on a towel.:lol:

They're becoming more obvious by the second.:hearts:

Sofyaxo
08-19-2007, 01:01 AM
I can run again :banana: My tape is off :dance:

You should have just danced around ;) You did good at the gay club winning that contest.




I'm not really here just passing. I just stood for way to many hours straight. Apparently I'm no good at that.:o No running for me so Jonathan go run a few miles for me :p

Johnny Groove
08-19-2007, 04:31 AM
Get someone to help you with that. :aplot:

No, I dont want to talk to her :devil:

You should have just danced around ;) You did good at the gay club winning that contest.

Actually, i lose in SF, but who's counting? ;)


I'm not really here just passing. I just stood for way to many hours straight. Apparently I'm no good at that.:o No running for me so Jonathan go run a few miles for me :p

:lol: You're funny sis :yeah:

Im also not gonna drink ever again, after last nights episode :dance:

Sofyaxo
08-19-2007, 05:20 PM
They gave me some cream thing to rub on it twice a day for the next week. They said i can do some light running and biking, but a 3 hour clay match with 20 stroke rallies are probably not yet in the cards :)

If you can do that you can run a few miles for me. :ras: I still don't see why you can't dancing takes the same out of you as any other movement would...




Larah, maybe they like broke up and Roger's trying to get him back. Showing that he's all torn up and stuff with all his new Andyisms.

Aleka
08-19-2007, 05:35 PM
Jonathan :hug: Yay for your leg :banana: I don't like running though :o I prefer my magnetic bike...once in a while :help:

Sof :kiss: Why did you sit straight for so many hours? :unsure:

I'm done with Heroes :lol: Yesterday I slept all day because I watched a looot of episodes in a row :help: :o

MCL
08-19-2007, 07:47 PM
:p Okay, even for those of you who dislike women's tennis, would you REALLY rather watch highlights of 12-year-old boys playing baseball, or a Henin/Jankovic Tier I final?

:kicks ESPN in the nads: :o

:mad: I thought that the LL was live - if not I'm pissed that we missed the start of the match for a taped kids' game. I actually do like watching women's tennis when it's not an error fest. Unfortunately, that's not very often.

ESPN has also invaded the timeslot of men's matches this week for Little League. So, at least they believe in gender equality :p

Little League was almost more interesting than the Kuznetzova/Golovin debacle. Of course there was lots of comedic value. :tape: :help:

Aleka
08-20-2007, 12:19 AM
:p

:mad: I thought that the LL was live - if not I'm pissed that we missed the start of the match for a taped kids' game. I actually do like watching women's tennis when it's not an error fest. Unfortunately, that's not very often.

ESPN has also invaded the timeslot of men's matches this week for Little League. So, at least they believe in gender equality :p

Little League was almost more interesting than the Kuznetzova/Golovin debacle. Of course there was lots of comedic value. :tape: :help:
Do tell, please!!! :lol:

Aleka
08-20-2007, 02:07 AM
:rolls: I was making myself some Ice Coffee and I looked at the picture on the box and there was this guy who looked like he was made from parts of Federer and Stefan Radu, a soccer player at my fave Romanian team...dude, it's just freaky ->

http://img178.imageshack.us/img178/4929/scan0001ef6.jpg (http://imageshack.us)
Shot with
the guy on the coffee box

and this is Stefan Radu :drool:
[URL=http://imageshack.us]http://img219.imageshack.us/img219/9432/radustefancr7.jpg (http://profile.imageshack.us/camerabuy.php?model=HP+Scanjet+djf300&make=HP)
http://img166.imageshack.us/img166/9255/2716wo3.jpg (http://imageshack.us)

He's a lot prettier in person :hearts: And he reminds me of Roddick :o The lips :drool:

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 02:40 AM
Wow. That guy does have a Federeresque look going on. I don't think I like it.

Mr. Radu looks nice, that one.

Sofyaxo
08-20-2007, 02:43 AM
He's a lot prettier in person :hearts: And he reminds me of Roddick :o The lips :drool:

:lol:

I was looking at the last picture and all I could think is that he stole Andy's lips.

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 02:47 AM
Romania just got a lot more interesting.

Aleka
08-20-2007, 02:49 AM
:rolls:

Back off, he's mine :armed:


:lol:

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 02:50 AM
I only need like...Tuesdays?

Aleka
08-20-2007, 02:59 AM
I only need like...Tuesdays?
:rolls: I guess I could take Chiacu on Tuesdays :lol: You have a deal! :D

Dinamo, my fave team, where this guy plays, is like full of pretty guys...it's like they're trying to win a beauty contest or smt :lol: My cousin's the team lawyer, but he can't set up a meeting between me and the team :sad: :ras:

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 03:00 AM
:rolls: I guess I could take Chiacu on Tuesdays :lol: You have a deal! :D

Dinamo, my fave team, where this guy plays, is like full of pretty guys...it's like they're trying to win a beauty contest or smt :lol: My cousin's the team lawyer, but he can't set up a meeting between me and the team :sad: :ras:
You'll need a random reason for a lawsuit or something. Like...one of them didn't warn you about how hot your McDonald's coffee was or something.

Johnny Groove
08-20-2007, 03:00 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cbkUWFnAZpo

great song too :yeah:

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 03:06 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cbkUWFnAZpo

great song too :yeah:
I absolutely HATE that song for some reason. And it's the TYPE of music I like, but I just can't do this song.

Johnny Groove
08-20-2007, 03:07 AM
I absolutely HATE that song for some reason. And it's the TYPE of music I like, but I just can't do this song.

Really? I like the song :shrug: I was searching for the video and came across the Rafa thing :lol:

Same here with the type of music, but what dont u like about it?

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 03:09 AM
Really? I like the song :shrug: I was searching for the video and came across the Rafa thing :lol:

Same here with the type of music, but what dont u like about it?
I think the beat isn't hard enough. It just...moves all wrong. It's one of those songs that comes on while I"m dancing, and I frown, walk over to the computer, and change it almost immediately.

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 03:11 AM
Jonathan, if you lose your bet, how will we survive February?

Johnny Groove
08-20-2007, 03:11 AM
I think the beat isn't hard enough. It just...moves all wrong. It's one of those songs that comes on while I"m dancing, and I frown, walk over to the computer, and change it almost immediately.

Well, i can sorta see that. But i dnt think its a dance song more than just a chill out song :shrug:

Now, The Way I Are by Timbaland is more a dance song

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 03:13 AM
Well, i can sorta see that. But i dnt think its a dance song more than just a chill out song :shrug:

Now, The Way I Are by Timbaland is more a dance song
Timbaland's album in general is pretty much sex, as far as dancing is concerned. Even the songs he collaborates on with the rock bands can be fairly well danced to.

Johnny Groove
08-20-2007, 03:13 AM
Jonathan, if you lose your bet, how will we survive February?

Im pretty sure you guys will survive ;)

Besides, unless Nadal is #1, I doubt I'll be on in February that much anyway, being as Senior year will be winding down and college acceptance letters are coming back, and getting all that in order

Aleka
08-20-2007, 03:13 AM
You'll need a random reason for a lawsuit or something. Like...one of them didn't warn you about how hot your McDonald's coffee was or something.
:rolls: I'll try and work on that :lol:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cbkUWFnAZpo

great song too :yeah:
:rolls: That was fun :lol: And yes, the song is very cool :drool:

Johnny Groove
08-20-2007, 03:15 AM
Timbaland's album in general is pretty much sex, as far as dancing is concerned. Even the songs he collaborates on with the rock bands can be fairly well danced to.

Its good stuff :shrug:

Another one of my favorites from this summer is Make me better by Fabolous. I loooove the video too with Longoria :hearts:

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 03:15 AM
Im pretty sure you guys will survive ;)

Besides, unless Nadal is #1, I doubt I'll be on in February that much anyway, being as Senior year will be winding down and college acceptance letters are coming back, and getting all that in order
Your life before us??!?! How DARE you?

What colleges are you looking at?

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 03:16 AM
Its good stuff :shrug:

Another one of my favorites from this summer is Make me better by Fabolous. I loooove the video too with Longoria :hearts:
I'm pretty in love with 50 Cent's "I Get Money". I can't stop it - it's invading my computer right now.

MCL
08-20-2007, 03:16 AM
Do tell, please!!! :lol:

WTA :help: Kuznetzova and Golovin tried to out-error each other and see who could lose service games more often. This was the quarterfinal match of the Rogers Cup which Golovin won. Ted Robinson and Mary Jo both noted the poor quality of the match. Golovin played far better in the next round even though she lost to Jankovic.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cbkUWFnAZpo

great song too :yeah:

:o I added that video to my favorites for the pictures. I like the hook but not Diddy trying to rap again.

Aleka
08-20-2007, 03:17 AM
Im pretty sure you guys will survive ;)

Besides, unless Nadal is #1, I doubt I'll be on in February that much anyway, being as Senior year will be winding down and college acceptance letters are coming back, and getting all that in order
Maybe Ljubo will grow head hair :lol: :hug:

Aleka
08-20-2007, 03:18 AM
WTA :help: Kuznetzova and Golovin tried to out-error each other and see who could lose service games more often. This was the quarterfinal match of the Rogers Cup which Golovin won. Ted Robinson and Mary Jo both noted the poor quality of the match. Golovin played far better in the next round even though she lost to Jankovic.


lovely :lol: poor Tati :sad:

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 03:19 AM
I watched a little of Jankovic/Henin today. I fear I'm moving rather quickly away from the WTA, and I can't help it.

Aleka
08-20-2007, 03:27 AM
5:30 am :yawn:

Good night guys :kiss: :wavey:

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 03:29 AM
Night sweetie!

Johnny Groove
08-20-2007, 03:30 AM
Your life before us??!?! How DARE you?

What colleges are you looking at?

UF, UCF, some northern and central FLA schools. I just need to leave southern Flroida

I'm pretty in love with 50 Cent's "I Get Money". I can't stop it - it's invading my computer right now.

Ugh, hate that song

Maybe Ljubo will grow head hair :lol: :hug:

Have you seen Ljubo with head hair? :tape: :help:

I watched a little of Jankovic/Henin today. I fear I'm moving rather quickly away from the WTA, and I can't help it.

You should. WTA watching is eye bleeding

MCL
08-20-2007, 03:31 AM
Good night Alekutza :wavey:

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 03:32 AM
UF, UCF, some northern and central FLA schools. I just need to leave southern Flroida

Ugh, hate that song

You should. WTA watching is eye bleeding
I thought I only needed to leave my old area of Ohio. I was wrong. I can't wait to finish school and get to some other area...probably like...southern Florida! We can just trade!

Hahaha. We'll agree on a song someday, I promise.

Yeah. It has been. I might stick to like...later rounds of majors and that's it.

Johnny Groove
08-20-2007, 03:39 AM
I thought I only needed to leave my old area of Ohio. I was wrong. I can't wait to finish school and get to some other area...probably like...southern Florida! We can just trade!

Hahaha. We'll agree on a song someday, I promise.

Yeah. It has been. I might stick to like...later rounds of majors and that's it.

No, thats ok :p

Im probably gonna move back there after im out of college, i just need to leave for now.

Because of you by Ne-yo? :awww:

Later rounds of majors? Like finals? Like 6-1 6-1 in AO final? 6-1, 6-2 in RG final? 6-1, 6-4 in Wimbledon final? :o :o :o

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 03:42 AM
Time out.

Jonathan you are leaving till Febuary? Is this the bet thingy?

And didn't you like make a goodbye post the other night too?

:confused:

And I'll be the downer here and say college isn't just a party. I knew people who went in off of scholarships and lost all their money because of their grades. Other people were straight A's till college started to party and nearly funked everything. Balance is needed. :kiss:

I don't know if that was more of a mom comment or a downer comment, maybe both.

I left a country though for college, one of my better choices. College is a good reason to go away and start over if you need to.

No. He'll leave for all of February if he loses his bet.

Anyway, college is only a party, and there's no point in going to classes or doing anything but having fun. Though, it's important to let you know: if you live by this, you'll only be on college for a couple months, tops.

MCL
08-20-2007, 03:42 AM
Hi Jonathan - have you thought about going out of state?

WTA=:help:
Watching Serena win a match at Wimbledon on one leg was pure comedy. She's great but she's not that great.

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 03:45 AM
No, thats ok :p

Im probably gonna move back there after im out of college, i just need to leave for now.

Because of you by Ne-yo? :awww:

Later rounds of majors? Like finals? Like 6-1 6-1 in AO final? 6-1, 6-2 in RG final? 6-1, 6-4 in Wimbledon final? :o :o :o
:p You'll love Ohio, and it's oppressive heat (on October 2nd) and oppressive cold (on April 23rd), and all of that. Ohio has the weirdest fucking weather EVER.

"Because of You"?!?! That's chick music!?!?! (I love it. It's absolutely wonderful, if not very "dancey".)

Hahaha. Well...at least...it's...better people trying to look good losing that badly? I don't know! I missed last year's U.S. Open final for the women and I don't think I'll forgive myself for missing annoying Henin losing to brainless beauty queen (though I love her) Sharapova.

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 03:46 AM
Oh to bad.

Yeah. I love the people that never went to classes because the professors don't care if you are there or not. Then they are failing and they cannot understand why.
I'm not the person who should be bitching about that. I'm notorious for skipping the occasional class, though I guess I'm doing an alright job, so its' not a problem. I certainly wouldn't skip the classes I'm struggling in, or find myself struggling as a result of said absences.

Johnny Groove
08-20-2007, 03:47 AM
Time out.

Jonathan you are leaving till Febuary? Is this the bet thingy?

No, I'll leave for all of February if i lose. Not a big deal

And didn't you like make a goodbye post the other night too?

:confused:

sigh, that post was when i was REALLY depressed and buzzed and didnt think i would make it even to the next day :o

And I'll be the downer here and say college isn't just a party. I knew people who went in off of scholarships and lost all their money because of their grades. Other people were straight A's till college started to party and nearly funked everything. Balance is needed. :kiss:

I dont plan to be a party hopper at college. Grades always come first

I left a country though for college, one of my better choices. College is a good reason to go away and start over if you need to.

Yes, I really need to start over and get away from some people

Hi Jonathan - have you thought about going out of state?

WTA=:help:
Watching Serena win a match at Wimbledon on one leg was pure comedy. She's great but she's not that great.

Out of state probably isnt in the cards, due to scholarship things. The one im going for is one that pays 100% tuition, but only if i stay in-state. I havent scoped out other scholarships, but unless they pay about all of it, i wont even be going to college, due to....how can i say this.... lack of very much money that i and my mom have

Johnny Groove
08-20-2007, 03:49 AM
"Because of You"?!?! That's chick music!?!?! (I love it. It's absolutely wonderful, if not very "dancey".)

Im a big softie, so i love all of neyo's stuff

I'm not the person who should be bitching about that. I'm notorious for skipping the occasional class, though I guess I'm doing an alright job, so its' not a problem. I certainly wouldn't skip the classes I'm struggling in, or find myself struggling as a result of said absences.

I RARELY skip classes :angel:

MCL
08-20-2007, 03:52 AM
Out of state probably isnt in the cards, due to scholarship things. The one im going for is one that pays 100% tuition, but only if i stay in-state. I havent scoped out other scholarships, but unless they pay about all of it, i wont even be going to college, due to....how can i say this.... lack of very much money that i and my mom have


That's cool. You have much more freedom when you don't go into major debt for school.
:) I'm glad that you have already looked into scholarships. I feel proud of you for being responsible (even though I don't really know you.:o)

Johnny Groove
08-20-2007, 03:53 AM
That's cool. You have much more freedom when you don't go into major debt for school.
:) I'm glad that you have already looked into scholarships. I feel proud of you for being responsible (even though I don't really know you.:o)

:lol: :hug:

I forgot your name, what was it again? :smash:

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 03:54 AM
sigh, that post was when i was REALLY depressed and buzzed and didnt think i would make it even to the next day :o

I dont plan to be a party hopper at college. Grades always come first

Yes, I really need to start over and get away from some people

Out of state probably isnt in the cards, due to scholarship things. The one im going for is one that pays 100% tuition, but only if i stay in-state. I havent scoped out other scholarships, but unless they pay about all of it, i wont even be going to college, due to....how can i say this.... lack of very much money that i and my mom have

Awww. Don't be that depressed ever. Seriously. You'll have us worrying!

There's always a party/school balance, but it's best to err on the side of school until you get it under control.

I needed to as well. My hometown was stifling, and college gave me MUCH chance to grow. Depending on how bad it is, I'd advise lowering your visits home too. Everyone I know went home way more than I did my first year, but it helped me SO much.

I was going to go to the University of Southern California, but Ohio State gave me a full ride, so that had to be the option.

Im a big softie, so i love all of neyo's stuff

I RARELY skip classes :angel:

Hahaha. I'm a bit of a softie, too. I'm about to listen to David Gray. It's that bad sometimes.

I never skipped classes in high school, but with nobody to watch at college, if I was in control of the class, I had and have no problem with enjoying the day in some other way. Again, best have it under control before you start just playing around.

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 03:56 AM
Oh I skipped a lot of my lit classes one was early monday morning and I just never wanted to go. I'd wander around Boston and get some coffee and just read the book on my own.

Now I just have all my class stuff sent to me and I download it and do it myself. Yay for computers. I can work on the doctorate and work in the real world all at the same time.
Hahaha. Skipping lit classes?!?!? Don't tell the English major here that! You'll hurt my feelings! Literature is the most important thing on Earth. :p

I'm SO over school, but a 4 year English degree just won't cut it. We'll see what happens there eventually.

Johnny Groove
08-20-2007, 03:57 AM
Sure. That's not what you were saying a few weeks ago :ras:

I TOLD YOU SO! :lol: Sorry I said that. Try other state schools not in FL or just go as north as you can.

I've changed. I've seen the light. The way that RFK wants the Fedtards to see the light, i have seen the light. Not HIS light, but a light, nonetheless

I have no advice for the money thing. I had schools asking me to go and giving me full rides. :shrug: Sorry. I'd apply for random ones online there are a lot of good sites and a lot of them are essay baised. If you are really pressed go around to local places and ask if they offer a scholarship and if you can have an application. Though lots of those ones are grade and activity based.

Fucking lucky :sobbing:

Yeah, ive looked around all summer for those scholarship things and essays and alot look good. Im gonna ask my College person councelour person at school about that

MCL
08-20-2007, 03:58 AM
:lol: :hug:

I forgot your name, what was it again? :smash:

Call me Lo

Johnny Groove
08-20-2007, 04:04 AM
Call me Lo

Hi Lo :wavey:

I know. That's what happens when you're smart and do ten million things outside of school. I worked for it. I didn't just sit back and get the grades or sit on my ass. It was lots of work to get to where I am now. Schools wanting me is actually how I transfered from BU to NYU

There are a lot of good sites online for this kind of thing.

I dont know if that was a backhanded slap to me or not :o

I'll need to scope them out. This senior year ive gotta do everything i can...and avoid the shootouts and crazy gf's and everything else :o

Sofyaxo
08-20-2007, 04:05 AM
Jonathan I'd think you'd know by now if I wanted to inslut you I'd do it straight out.;)

Johnny Groove
08-20-2007, 04:07 AM
if I wanted to inslut you I'd do it straight out

:eek: :eek: :eek:

What does this mean? :aplot:

Sofyaxo
08-20-2007, 04:09 AM
:eek: :eek: :eek:

What does this mean? :aplot:

I mean. If I thought you were a lazy asshole I'd tell you I thought that. I wouldn't go on about how hard I workd. The only reason I say that is because I'm used to people knowing that my last name comes with certain perks and I often have to stick up for myself.

You should be very used to me calling you on most of your shit by now.

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 04:10 AM
English major! We need to talk about books. I'm such a geek for classic literature. I was telling someone about "My mother is a fish." Today. If you don't know what that is from I'll lose faith in you Junior.

Yeah try the four year, then post grad, then a totally different doctoriate programe. I do school year round too. At least I'm done in January. I just have to do all the little extra things.
I'm an English major, but I'm not a big reader. I'm a rather good writer, and I'll make due with any type of art, but I'm not a huge literature reader. This summer, I've read all really recently written books to convince myself that all of the great writing wasn't done and over with years ago.

"My mother is a fish.", for instance. I can't place that. You'll have to lose faith for now, and gain it back.

Johnny Groove
08-20-2007, 04:11 AM
I mean. If I thought you were a lazy asshole I'd tell you I thought that. I wouldn't go on about how hard I workd. The only reason I say that is because I'm used to people knowing that my last name comes with certain perks and I often have to stick up for myself.

You should be very used to me calling you on most of your shit by now.

read my post again, dear ;) what i bolded

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 04:11 AM
I know. That's what happens when you're smart and do ten million things outside of school. I worked for it. I didn't just sit back and get the grades or sit on my ass. It was lots of work to get to where I am now. Schools wanting me is actually how I transfered from BU to NYU

There are a lot of good sites online for this kind of thing.
**double snap**

Yeah. I just recently got over my "Lucky I got this scholarship!" thing, and realized it wasn't luck that got me a scholarship.

MCL
08-20-2007, 04:11 AM
Hi Lo :wavey:



I dont know if that was a backhanded slap to me or not :o

I'll need to scope them out. This senior year ive gotta do everything i can

:wavey: + :dance: back to you

If you go to the schools' admissions websites, they should have information about school-specific scholarships. They may be based on grades/test scores, state of origin, income level, etc. You may also qualify for diversity scholarships.

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 04:12 AM
I mean. If I thought you were a lazy asshole I'd tell you I thought that. I wouldn't go on about how hard I workd. The only reason I say that is because I'm used to people knowing that my last name comes with certain perks and I often have to stick up for myself.

You should be very used to me calling you on most of your shit by now.
What's this about your last name, without giving up your ident?

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 04:13 AM
I mean. If I thought you were a lazy asshole I'd tell you I thought that. I wouldn't go on about how hard I workd. The only reason I say that is because I'm used to people knowing that my last name comes with certain perks and I often have to stick up for myself.

You should be very used to me calling you on most of your shit by now.
You humorously typed "inSLUT".

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 04:13 AM
Lo!

meenyminymo
08-20-2007, 04:14 AM
:wavey:

Someone tell me what happened on the last two pages and I'll love you forever.

Johnny Groove
08-20-2007, 04:14 AM
:wavey: + :dance: back to you

If you go to the schools' admissions websites, they should have information about school-specific scholarships. They may be based on grades/test scores, state of origin, income level, etc. You may also qualify for diversity scholarships.

I would really imagine that one to be true, i could get lik 8 scholarships :lol: :o :o :o

Thanks for the info, Lo :wavey:

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 04:17 AM
Some moden books are okay. I still like my classic lit better. I'm a book snob, I won't lie. :lol:

Faulkner, As I lay dying. One Chapter, on page, one sentence. Seemingly random, but not at all.
Not a huge fan of the little "Faulkner" I've read, save the short stories being fun.

I'm weird with my art. Sometimes I'm a snob and sometimes I'm a huge "popular art" type of person, but in general I look down on art's tendency for elitism.

Sofyaxo
08-20-2007, 04:17 AM
read my post again, dear ;) what i bolded

Nothing was bolded or I'm looking the the wrong places :shrug:

**double snap**

Yeah. I just recently got over my "Lucky I got this scholarship!" thing, and realized it wasn't luck that got me a scholarship.

What's this about your last name, without giving up your ident?

You humorously typed "inSLUT".


Nice inslut, which doesn't show up on spell check. Odd.

My last name. Um very very wealthy Russian family.

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 04:18 AM
Nice inslut, which doesn't show up on spell check. Odd.

My last name. Um very very wealthy Russian family.
Yeah, I suppose that can be a drawback of wealthiness.

MCL
08-20-2007, 04:18 AM
I mean. If I thought you were a lazy asshole I'd tell you I thought that. I wouldn't go on about how hard I workd. The only reason I say that is because I'm used to people knowing that my last name comes with certain perks and I often have to stick up for myself.


Perks :aplot::devil: :lick:
I'm sorry but my mind went way in the :aplot: direction.
------

Dominic :wavey:

Sofyaxo
08-20-2007, 04:18 AM
Not a huge fan of the little "Faulkner" I've read, save the short stories being fun.

I'm weird with my art. Sometimes I'm a snob and sometimes I'm a huge "popular art" type of person, but in general I look down on art's tendency for elitism.

Faulkner is complicated and in depth slightly confusing if you don't follow it closely.

Like I said I'm a geek. When I read I read. I highlight and write down notes in the margins. Faulkner is amazing if you can read into the worlds.

Sofyaxo
08-20-2007, 04:19 AM
Perks :aplot::devil: :lick:
I'm sorry but my mind went way in the :aplot: direction.
------

Dominic :wavey:

:lol:


I guess I have :aplot: perks. That's more with the job then the name though. :haha:

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 04:20 AM
Dominic :wavey:
How's it going, kiddo?

Johnny Groove
08-20-2007, 04:21 AM
Yeah, I suppose that can be a drawback of wealthiness.

Wish I could see such a thing

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 04:22 AM
Faulkner is complicated and in depth slightly confusing if you don't follow it closely.

Like I said I'm a geek. When I read I read. I highlight and write down notes in the margins. Faulkner is amazing if you can read into the worlds.
Yeah, and again, I"m weird in that way. I'm sure there is some Faulkner I could read and absolutely rave over its complexity and depth, and there is some that I'm sure I'd read and hate how convoluted and overcooked it is. I'm really both ways on things. Even on peer review of fiction workshops, I'll praise simplicity in one story, and complexity in the other.

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 04:23 AM
Wish I could see such a thing
They exist. I have a friend here who's rather wealthy, and she's one of the more fucked-up people, mentally speaking, I know.

I always tell people, "Everyone has problems. They might be different, but we've all got them."

MCL
08-20-2007, 04:24 AM
How's it going, kiddo?

It's pretty good. Classes start tom. :help: and I have to officially retire from being a bum. It was a good career :sad: .

What's with the kiddo? I'm older than you...I think.

Sofyaxo
08-20-2007, 04:29 AM
Yeah, I suppose that can be a drawback of wealthiness.

Wish I could see such a thing

They exist. I have a friend here who's rather wealthy, and she's one of the more fucked-up people, mentally speaking, I know.

I always tell people, "Everyone has problems. They might be different, but we've all got them."

Money solves nothing. It creates a lot of problems.

Worse when you are judged on your looks and your name before anything else. It's not fun.

There are a million things that I've been forced to do to save face for my family so we look right to everyone around us. Perfection is always a lie.

Johnny Groove
08-20-2007, 04:30 AM
Money solves nothing. It creates a lot of problems.

Worse when you are judged on your looks and your name before anything else. It's not fun.

There are a million things that I've been forced to do to save face for my family so we look right to everyone around us. Perfection is always a lie.

I guess.

Being bust fucking broke isnt a cakewalk either

Sofyaxo
08-20-2007, 04:35 AM
I guess.

Being bust fucking broke isnt a cakewalk either

Life isn't simple or easy for everyone. Each economic background comes with it's own issues and they each have the same kinds of people in them.

I don't feel bad for poor people or envy them. They are people like me. I have struggles, so do they. Neither of us are more important in the grand scheme of things. Unless we do something to make ourselves stand out as people.

I hate being judged. I've accepted it, but I hate it. I'm judged for being a girl, having money, being pretty, being Russian. Everything. Assumptions are made daily. Some extremely horrible and hurtful. None are ever right. Thankfully I'm used to them and can move on.

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 04:36 AM
It's pretty good. Classes start tom. :help: and I have to officially retire from being a bum. It was a good career :sad: .

What's with the kiddo? I'm older than you...I think.

Aww. Classes.

Sorry. It's part of my vernacular. If you're not wildly older, all friends get kiddo. Another thing I like to use that might confuse you all is "We're like sisters!" I know I'm male. Got it. Doesn't matter. Even two males are "like sisters"!

Money solves nothing. It creates a lot of problems.

Worse when you are judged on your looks and your name before anything else. It's not fun.

There are a million things that I've been forced to do to save face for my family so we look right to everyone around us. Perfection is always a lie.

Yes, you don't have to tell me. I'm well aware. All of the stories I write are about the wealthy. Poor people problems bore me, but I love to shed light on the fact that even the people with the quote-unquote "least" problems don't have a shortage by any means. Though, that's becoming a popular movement too, high class problems.
I guess.

Being bust fucking broke isnt a cakewalk either

Believe me, I know. :hug: Nobody's suggesting otherwise.

Johnny Groove
08-20-2007, 04:37 AM
Life isn't simple or easy for everyone. Each economic background comes with it's own issues and they each have the same kinds of people in them.

I don't feel bad for poor people or envy them. They are people like me. I have struggles, so do they. Neither of us are more important in the grand scheme of things. Unless we do something to make ourselves stand out as people.

I hate being judged. I've accepted it, but I hate it. I'm judged for being a girl, having money, being pretty, being Russian. Everything. Assumptions are made daily. Some extremely horrible and hurtful. None are ever right. Thankfully I'm used to them and can move on.

I understand your point, and agree with it

Although i must say that being rich and being judged before someone knowing me sounds alot better than what my lot in life is now.

Everyone gets judged, dear, its nothing exclusive. I mean, I still havent heard anything bad about being rich :awww:

MCL
08-20-2007, 04:38 AM
Money solves nothing. It creates a lot of problems.

Worse when you are judged on your looks and your name before anything else. It's not fun.

There are a million things that I've been forced to do to save face for my family so we look right to everyone around us. Perfection is always a lie.

I agree. Money is a tool and is only as useful as the person using it.
However,I grew up far from rich and want to eventually be rich.

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 04:38 AM
Life isn't simple or easy for everyone. Each economic background comes with it's own issues and they each have the same kinds of people in them.

I don't feel bad for poor people or envy them. They are people like me. I have struggles, so do they. Neither of us are more important in the grand scheme of things. Unless we do something to make ourselves stand out as people.

I hate being judged. I've accepted it, but I hate it. I'm judged for being a girl, having money, being pretty, being Russian. Everything. Assumptions are made daily. Some extremely horrible and hurtful. None are ever right. Thankfully I'm used to them and can move on.
The problem is you're always judged against the average, so the average will always cast your life as more carefree. You're pretty, so why should you complain about looks-related issues? You're wealthy, so why should you complain about class issues? And so forth.

MCL
08-20-2007, 04:40 AM
Aww. Classes.

Sorry. It's part of my vernacular. If you're not wildly older, all friends get kiddo. Another thing I like to use that might confuse you all is "We're like sisters!" I know I'm male. Got it. Doesn't matter. Even two males are "like sisters"!


That's :yeah:
It caught me a little off guard beacuse my mom calls me kiddo.:p

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 04:41 AM
I understand your point, and agree with it

Although i must say that being rich and being judged before someone knowing me sounds alot better than what my lot in life is now.

Everyone gets judged, dear, its nothing exclusive. I mean, I still havent heard anything bad about being rich :awww:
Again, everyone has problems. There are problems you don't have now that I"m sure plenty of wealthy people have, and vice versa. But it's all about how you frame it, too, you know. A poor person's going to say "Would you rather worry about how you'll eat from paycheck to paycheck then?"

And a rich person might say "Would you rather not mean anything to your family, and only be seen as a status symbol or less important than the family's interests?", etc, etc. Not saying either of those describes anyone here, but everyone has different problems that can or cannot be extreme.

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 04:41 AM
That's :yeah:
It caught me a little off guard beacuse my mom calls me kiddo.:p
Oh, also, I forgot, I'm your mother.

Johnny Groove
08-20-2007, 04:42 AM
The problem is you're always judged against the average, so the average will always cast your life as more carefree. You're pretty, so why should you complain about looks-related issues? You're wealthy, so why should you complain about class issues? And so forth.

That sounds like me :lol:

Im just so curious as to the drawbacks of wealth

Johnny Groove
08-20-2007, 04:43 AM
Again, everyone has problems. There are problems you don't have now that I"m sure plenty of wealthy people have, and vice versa. But it's all about how you frame it, too, you know. A poor person's going to say "Would you rather worry about how you'll eat from paycheck to paycheck then?"

And a rich person might say "Would you rather not mean anything to your family, and only be seen as a status symbol or less important than the family's interests?", etc, etc. Not saying either of those describes anyone here, but everyone has different problems that can or cannot be extreme.

Oh okay, i gotcha :yeah:

Very enlightening

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 04:46 AM
And RFK thinks HE has the light.

MCL
08-20-2007, 04:50 AM
And RFK thinks HE has the light.

When I think of RFK, I picture a young man in a Darth Vader mask and pirata pants dancing to Sean Paul's Gimme the Light while watching FO 2006 on tape.:rocker2:

Johnny Groove
08-20-2007, 04:52 AM
When I think of RFK, I picture a young man in a Darth Vader mask and pirata pants dancing to Sean Paul's Gimme the Light while watching FO 2006 on tape.:rocker2:

Some of that guy's posts are just :silly: and :retard:

Sofyaxo
08-20-2007, 04:52 AM
I understand your point, and agree with it

Although i must say that being rich and being judged before someone knowing me sounds alot better than what my lot in life is now.

Everyone gets judged, dear, its nothing exclusive. I mean, I still havent heard anything bad about being rich :awww:
I know everyone is judged it's why it doesn't bother me. You're judging my life right now and it doesn't bug me one bit.

The grass is always greener till you get there. Being rich isn't just the nice house, to many cars and hot chicks. It's work, it's image, and it's hard. People aren't just magically rich. I have my own money right now, that I worked for, not my daddy's money that he worked hard for. Not till I'm 21 anyway.

You think spending your days pretending to be some magical version of perfect is fun, you keep dreaming. I hate to say it, but the amount of anamosity and judment I get, mostly comes from people who aren't as well off. I don't understand it and I don't like it, but that's how it is.

Even being poor, I don't get the real downside there. So you have to work hard. So do most people unless they are lazy and then even if they have money they go nowhere.

I agree. Money is a tool and is only as useful as the person using it.
However,I grew up far from rich and want to eventually be rich.
Exactly.

There is no problem with wanting money and working for it. Money makes some things easier. It's one less worry, that's it.

The problem is you're always judged against the average, so the average will always cast your life as more carefree. You're pretty, so why should you complain about looks-related issues? You're wealthy, so why should you complain about class issues? And so forth.

:kiss: Yep.

Sorry I have money, so I have no problems in life. I'm not allowed I forgot.

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 04:52 AM
He could watch FO 2007 now too. :grumpy:

MCL
08-20-2007, 04:55 AM
He could watch FO 2007 now too. :grumpy:

:awww: :hug:

Johnny Groove
08-20-2007, 04:56 AM
You think spending your days pretending to be some magical version of perfect is fun, you keep dreaming. I hate to say it, but the amount of anamosity and judment I get, mostly comes from people who aren't as well off. I don't understand it and I don't like it, but that's how it is.

Probably because we've seen tons of people who are indeed well off and are snobs about it or assholes about it, so we assume (wrongly) that all are like that.

Even being poor, I don't get the real downside there. So you have to work hard. So do most people unless they are lazy and then even if they have money they go nowhere.

Its just the uncertainty of everything in life. The stress of having to live barely getting ahead, and things like running water and electricity shutting off randomly because of a missed bill because there wasnt enough money to get around to that bill.

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 04:56 AM
You think spending your days pretending to be some magical version of perfect is fun, you keep dreaming. I hate to say it, but the amount of anamosity and judment I get, mostly comes from people who aren't as well off. I don't understand it and I don't like it, but that's how it is.

Even being poor, I don't get the real downside there. So you have to work hard. So do most people unless they are lazy and then even if they have money they go nowhere.

You know it goes either way. Sure, poor people look down on rich people as complainers who invent problems to put themselves on a poor person's level, but the amount of elitism shown towards the poor from the rich is outstanding is well. Even in your post a little..I mean, I'm not saying it's impossible, but I"m almost certain that the poor's definition of hardwork and the rich's definition are rather shockingly different. And there's that whole "Some poor people can work as hard as they possibly can, and be lucky if they have enough food for 10 days, when they need it for 13 days until next payday."

But yada yada. I'll fight anyone who says you rich kids don't have your problems. You and I can double team them and stomp them out.

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 05:00 AM
:awww: :hug:

It's alright...he'll win it next year...right? RIGHT?!?!
Probably because we've seen tons of people who are indeed well off and are snobs about it or assholes about it, so we assume (wrongly) that all are like that.

Its just the uncertainty of everything in life. The stress of having to live barely getting ahead, and things like running water and electricity shutting off randomly because of a missed bill because there wasnt enough money to get around to that bill.

For every ridiculously wealthy asshole you've seen that rides by in a limousine, being a snob and sneering at the poor man, there's a poor guy running up to a young girl and berating her for change until she runs off scared and in tears.

Yeah. It's no fun. We just paid all of the disconnection notices this past weekend, so we're "caught up", that is to say, nothing's getting turned off soon, though still behind on most things.

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 05:01 AM
VANISHING POST!
Awww. Poor gal. Your mom sounds like my friend's mom. Just get in, get done, and get out.

Johnny Groove
08-20-2007, 05:04 AM
It's alright...he'll win it next year...right? RIGHT?!?!

Wrong :p :p :p

For every ridiculously wealthy asshole you've seen that rides by in a limousine, being a snob and sneering at the poor man, there's a poor guy running up to a young girl and berating her for change until she runs off scared and in tears.

That is true.

Yeah. It's no fun. We just paid all of the disconnection notices this past weekend, so we're "caught up", that is to say, nothing's getting turned off soon, though still behind on most things.

:hug: Its a vicious cycle. :hug: I remmeber for a week last year, we had to choose between electricity or food :tape:

Sofyaxo
08-20-2007, 05:04 AM
Its just the uncertainty of everything in life. The stress of having to live barely getting ahead, and things like running water and electricity shutting off randomly because of a missed bill because there wasnt enough money to get around to that bill.

I've lived without heat in the Russian fall almost winter because repair people felt like they could rip me off money wise and take their time.

We don't need to keep compairing sob stories. You don't get the bad parts of my life, okay. I'm not going to list out the various things I've been through personally. Mon and Kelli know about them.

You know it goes either way. Sure, poor people look down on rich people as complainers who invent problems to put themselves on a poor person's level, but the amount of elitism shown towards the poor from the rich is outstanding is well. Even in your post a little..I mean, I'm not saying it's impossible, but I"m almost certain that the poor's definition of hardwork and the rich's definition are rather shockingly different. And there's that whole "Some poor people can work as hard as they possibly can, and be lucky if they have enough food for 10 days, when they need it for 13 days until next payday."

But yada yada. I'll fight anyone who says you rich kids don't have your problems. You and I can double team them and stomp them out.

Haha hot double team.

I'm not saying both sides don't have issues or that my problems are worse. I'm just saying I have them and it isn't easy, at all.

My idea of hard work.

Going to school year round weekends included, working (two jobs at one point), watching my little sister who lives with me, then getting stellar grades.

My idea of hard working isn't sitting in an office signing papers.

Johnny Groove
08-20-2007, 05:08 AM
I've lived without heat in the Russian fall almost winter because repair people felt like they could rip me off money wise and take their time.

We don't need to keep compairing sob stories. You don't get the bad parts of my life, okay. I'm not going to list out the various things I've been through personally. Mon and Kelli know about them.



Haha hot double team.

I'm not saying both sides don't have issues or that my problems are worse. I'm just saying I have them and it isn't easy, at all.

My idea of hard work.

Going to school year round weekends included, working (two jobs at one point), watching my little sister who lives with me, then getting stellar grades.

My idea of hard working isn't sitting in an office signing papers.

Im not going to get into a sob story and "who's life has been rougher" contest with you. We'll just call it even.

Sofyaxo
08-20-2007, 05:10 AM
Im not going to get into a sob story and "who's life has been rougher" contest with you. We'll just call it even.

That is exactly what I just said.

Besides the fact that I don't think either of us is worse, just highly different.

Johnny Groove
08-20-2007, 05:11 AM
That is exactly what I just said.

Besides the fact that I don't think either of us is worse, just highly different.

Si, very diffrent

MCL
08-20-2007, 05:11 AM
It's alright...he'll win it next year...right? RIGHT?!?!



Yes, yes he will.
He will triple bagel Nadal 6-3 6-3 6-3. (I'm sorry. I couldn't help myself.)

Seriously, I think Federer might just win it next year.

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 05:11 AM
Wrong :p :p :p

:hug: Its a vicious cycle. :hug: I remmeber for a week last year, we had to choose between electricity or food :tape:

You let me have my dreams!

Yeah...it sucks, but it's pretty nice when you get yourself in some sort of clear. If you fight through it, eventually something falls loose and you make it for a little while, until something happens.
I've lived without heat in the Russian fall almost winter because repair people felt like they could rip me off money wise and take their time. We don't need to keep compairing sob stories. You don't get the bad parts of my life, okay. I'm not going to list out the various things I've been through personally. Mon and Kelli know about them.



Haha hot double team.

I'm not saying both sides don't have issues or that my problems are worse. I'm just saying I have them and it isn't easy, at all.

My idea of hard work.

Going to school year round weekends included, working (two jobs at one point), watching my little sister who lives with me, then getting stellar grades.

My idea of hard working isn't sitting in an office signing papers.

Nobody expects you do list your sob stories, but know you're not doing it in vain. Jonathan's learning a lot, I hope, about the thigns you go through, as, I hope, you do from listening to him, even if you already knew more about poor strife than he did about rich strife. I'm a HUGE proponent of open dialogues, and being as candid as possible, so I give a major KUDOS to both you and Jonathan, and even myself, and anyone else who puts themselves out there online or anywhere else so public. Even if we don't know each other personally, we know names and are friends on some level.

We're an amazing double team, and don't you forget it.

Again, I wasn't trying to trivialize your problems at all. I think it's wonderful that despite everyone's apparent problems here, for instance, we're all great, fun, fucked-up (but isn't everyone?) people.

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 05:13 AM
Yes, yes he will.
He will triple bagel Nadal 6-3 6-3 6-3. (I'm sorry. I couldn't help myself.)

Seriously, I think Federer might just win it next year.

I want poor Roger to win it. He deserves at least one so much.

IF he wins the USO and the AO, the French can be the Sampras-tying 14th, and Wimbledon can be the Borg-beating and Sampras-beating 6th/15th. It's just ALL so perfect.

Johnny Groove
08-20-2007, 05:14 AM
Yes, yes he will.
He will triple bagel Nadal 6-3 6-3 6-3. (I'm sorry. I couldn't help myself.)

Seriously, I think Federer might just win it next year.

Not to be a dick or anything, but I doubt thats gonna happen :hug:

Sofyaxo
08-20-2007, 05:18 AM
Yes, yes he will.
He will triple bagel Nadal 6-3 6-3 6-3. (I'm sorry. I couldn't help myself.)

Seriously, I think Federer might just win it next year.

Really? I think his focuse on it is fucking up the rest of the year for him. I really think he's having complacency issues as well as confidnce problems.

He sucked it up hardcore this year. I think you'll be able to tell by the early rounds if he's going to stand a chance. This year was shit for Roger. All around not just at RG.

I don't think he'll win it with Nadal there. Confident Nadal is a scary thing.

You let me have my dreams!
Nobody expects you do list your sob stories, but know you're not doing it in vain. Jonathan's learning a lot, I hope, about the thigns you go through, as, I hope, you do from listening to him, even if you already knew more about poor strife than he did about rich strife. I'm a HUGE proponent of open dialogues, and being as candid as possible, so I give a major KUDOS to both you and Jonathan, and even myself, and anyone else who puts themselves out there online or anywhere else so public. Even if we don't know each other personally, we know names and are friends on some level.

We're an amazing double team, and don't you forget it.

Again, I wasn't trying to trivialize your problems at all. I think it's wonderful that despite everyone's apparent problems here, for instance, we're all great, fun, fucked-up (but isn't everyone?) people.

It's not a big deal. I've lived both sides of this talk. I've been living on my own since I was 16 paying my own bills and working. I did have some money from the family, but it was with my own money, just enough for a lower middle class set up. I'm not just some rich girl who has daddy buy her everything.

Like I said in another post. People are people, we are all the same unless we do something to make ourselves stand out.

meenyminymo
08-20-2007, 05:19 AM
I'm pretty sure no one saw my post 3 pages ago. :ras: :sobbing:

Totally random: Has anyone here been to Budapest or Prague? What do you think?

Sofyaxo
08-20-2007, 05:27 AM
I'm pretty sure no one saw my post 3 pages ago. :ras: :sobbing:

Totally random: Has anyone here been to Budapest or Prague? What do you think?

I didn't :lol: :hug:

Prague is amazing.

On that note I have a question for Jonathan that's going to make me look really bitchy, but other's know why I'm asking. You just went to Europe and you said you went to the tournament near you a lot. Neither of that is really inexpensive, if you are worrying about getting bills paid how can you spare the money for that?

MCL
08-20-2007, 05:32 AM
Really? I think his focuse on it is fucking up the rest of the year for him. I really think he's having complacency issues as well as confidnce problems.

He sucked it up hardcore this year. I think you'll be able to tell by the early rounds if he's going to stand a chance. This year was shit for Roger. All around not just at RG.

I don't think he'll win it with Nadal there. Confident Nadal is a scary thing.


If a situation like Hamburg occurs and Nadal gets knocked out in the SF, Roger would win. (Ex - Rafa runs into Q, claymug, Monaco, Canas, Davydenko,Hewitt, then is knocked out) But I don't think Fed'll win more than 2 slams if he wins the French. He's going to have to sacrifice to get it.My perfect combo is Fed with FO and Rafa with Wimbledon.

Sofyaxo
08-20-2007, 05:36 AM
If a situation like Hamburg occurs and Nadal gets knocked out in the SF, Roger would win. (Ex - Rafa runs into Q, claymug, Monaco, Canas, Davydenko,Hewitt, then is knocked out) But I don't think Fed'll win more than 2 slams if he wins the French. He's going to have to sacrifice to get it.My perfect combo is Fed with FO and Rafa with Wimbledon.

In my little world Rafa isn't allowed to get Wimbledon with Roger around. I'll cry. I know it might happen, but I'll cry anyway. :lol:

The two things I want most in tennis are the two things that are most likely to happen. Roddick with Wimbledon which is bascially a laughable thought. And Roger with RG which is more realilistic if he's playing well.

He needs to pick it up next year. Get those points back and bring up his level of play.

meenyminymo
08-20-2007, 05:40 AM
I didn't :lol: :hug:

Prague is amazing.

Is it? I might spend Spring semester there. I think that would be awesome, what do you think? I've heard it's very hip now :shrug:

Sofyaxo
08-20-2007, 05:41 AM
Is it? I might spend Spring semester there. I think that would be awesome, what do you think? I've heard it's very hip now :shrug:

Prague is love or hate.

I loved it! So I'm guessing that you would at least like it. Look into it a little more on your own though.

It's nice though. Good location and all that stuff.

meenyminymo
08-20-2007, 05:46 AM
Prague is love or hate.

I loved it! So I'm guessing that you would at least like it. Look into it a little more on your own though.

It's nice though. Good location and all that stuff.

Why love or hate, can you give me any details on why it's like that? What was the weather like when you were there? I keep thinking it's like some dark, cold place :lol:. Here's a reference: I love London, love Vienna, hate Paris. And Munich, hated Munich. I'm not sure if that helps define my taste, it might just be more confusing :lol:.

Sofyaxo
08-20-2007, 05:50 AM
J. I adore you beyond words. That was like the perfect thing to say.

Like I said I've been on both sides, nothing personal changed either way. They both sucked for various reasons.

I think your fingers look big because they are closer to where the camer is taking the picture. Close objects look bigger.

Sofyaxo
08-20-2007, 05:53 AM
Why love or hate, can you give me any details on why it's like that? What was the weather like when you were there? I keep thinking it's like some dark, cold place :lol:. Here's a reference: I love London, love Vienna, hate Paris. And Munich, hated Munich. I'm not sure if that helps define my taste, it might just be more confusing :lol:.

No it's not some cold dark horrible place. I was only there for three days so I'm not some kind of all knowing expert here. It is near Germany though. There is a Jewish quarter :D

Um google it! Google knows all.

meenyminymo
08-20-2007, 05:57 AM
I'm one of those people who apparently make too much money of my own to get financial aid but not enough to save up for school.


J :hug: I don't care if you think your fingers look stubby, they type the best things.

I had that problem when my dad was unemployed and I was applying for school. Got nothing because our tax returns from two years previous showed us earning money, but obviously that was no longer the case. And my school is ridiculously expensive so it doesn't help.

What a tough school situation though :awww:.

meenyminymo
08-20-2007, 05:59 AM
No it's not some cold dark horrible place. I was only there for three days so I'm not some kind of all knowing expert here. It is near Germany though. There is a Jewish quarter :D

Um google it! Google knows all.

Google is so not helpful sometimes :ras:. Good to know though, Jewish quarter is good.

I need to ask my aunt, she spends half the year in Prague. She's impossible to get in touch with though :lol:

Sofyaxo
08-20-2007, 06:03 AM
:lol: Yeah that would be better then me and my three days of knowledge.

meenyminymo
08-20-2007, 06:09 AM
Ohmygod, YES, exactly! That's pretty much what happened with me. You need a :hug: too. :D

The US school system needs a complete overhaul. Aid should be need-based and merit-based, and at the very least public universities should be completely free. But perhaps that's just the big old socialist in me speaking. :D

Blows doesn't it? More hugs :hug:
My school is need-blind, so you get accepted regardless of financial situation, but then hear nothing about your ability to receive aid until later. They fucked us over by taking 2003 tax returns when I entered in 2005. I agree, everything needs an overhaul. My school also doesn't award scholarships.

:lol: Yeah that would be better then me and my three days of knowledge.

I'll try to skype her or something, she's a nomad. This is the wife of my ridiculously rich uncle who lives part time in Monaco and part time in Spain. She apparently lives part time in Prague too. I don't think they have much of a relationship :lol:

EDIT: the three of us are twins, remember our astrology? We were meant to be :hearts:

Sofyaxo
08-20-2007, 06:15 AM
You know what the funny thing is though? Now that my dad is getting old and decrepit, he's waving $ at me trying to get me to come back, and there's not talk about the gay thing anymore. :tape: It's so sad. :lol: I've seen the guy briefly a few times in the last few years, but just an hour or two is enough of a dose to last me for months. :lol:

We can totally be twins, I bet I look just like you! :lol:

Yeah that's what my dad does so I'll put up with my mom and we'll look good. It's great fun. :rolleyes:

Just like each other. You totally give off cute little Russian girl vibes.:p


I'll try to skype her or something, she's a nomad. This is the wife of my ridiculously rich uncle who lives part time in Monaco and part time in Spain. She apparently lives part time in Prague too. I don't think they have much of a relationship :lol:

EDIT: the three of us are twins, remember our astrology? We were meant to be :hearts:

Maybe it's a part time relationship :haha: I shouldn't talk. I'm all over the place too.

I do remember that! They were all so close. Though three twins is triplets. :p What is a post by me without the sarcasm? :lol:

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 06:15 AM
If a situation like Hamburg occurs and Nadal gets knocked out in the SF, Roger would win. (Ex - Rafa runs into Q, claymug, Monaco, Canas, Davydenko,Hewitt, then is knocked out) But I don't think Fed'll win more than 2 slams if he wins the French. He's going to have to sacrifice to get it.My perfect combo is Fed with FO and Rafa with Wimbledon.

NOOO! See, that's the problem with being a Federer fan like me. I just will not give up Wimbledon to see Roger win a French. Left with a choice, it's "Oh well, Sampras didn't win or even get as close as Roger did, so if he can be the best, Roger just has to convincingly beat the major record."

In my little world Rafa isn't allowed to get Wimbledon with Roger around. I'll cry. I know it might happen, but I'll cry anyway. :lol:

The two things I want most in tennis are the two things that are most likely to happen. Roddick with Wimbledon which is bascially a laughable thought. And Roger with RG which is more realilistic if he's playing well.

He needs to pick it up next year. Get those points back and bring up his level of play.

Chop chop! Eff anyone else winning slams. Andy can win Wimbledon at 33 if he's patient. I don't care about the logistics, but it can't be with Fed around.

The real reason I'm posting though, is so that you all can stare at my stubby fat fingers:

http://pics.livejournal.com/haruhiko/pic/000rcfck.jpg :D

Seriously, what the hell? My fingers are fatter than Rafa's ass. :lol:

Well, things, maybe you should stop spending so much time lifting weights, and...spend more time...typing, and working out those fingers.

And you're just being nice about my fingers. :lol: I just realized what a slob I am too, hanging crap on all of my doorknobs. :tape:

EDIT: I seriously just went through my apartment and took four t-shirts and one pair of shorts off of various doorknobs. :tape:

:sad:

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 06:17 AM
On that note I have a question for Jonathan that's going to make me look really bitchy, but other's know why I'm asking. You just went to Europe and you said you went to the tournament near you a lot. Neither of that is really inexpensive, if you are worrying about getting bills paid how can you spare the money for that?

I don't think this is bitchy. It's a fair question.

:eek: A den of scorpions. :devil:

Who knew being a powerful, angry Centaurian archer could be so lonely?

Sofyaxo
08-20-2007, 06:21 AM
Chop chop! Eff anyone else winning slams. Andy can win Wimbledon at 33 if he's patient. I don't care about the logistics, but it can't be with Fed around.


:lol: I love the optimism there. Fantastic. :yeah:


Aww most of us in here are Scorpios. Not all but most. Mon J and I have most of our planets and signs and stuff matching on our charts though.

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 06:22 AM
I wish I had college drama. It was like "Got in here. Oh well no money. Better go to this closer school."

If only I"d been mugged here or something.

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 06:24 AM
:lol: I love the optimism there. Fantastic. :yeah:

Aww most of us in here are Scorpios. Not all but most. Mon J and I have most of our planets and signs and stuff matching on our charts though.

It will crush my world when Federer stops this thing. OK, not really, but having started watching tennis at his Wimbledon 2004 run, it's an absurd concept to me that someone different wins all four slams or that someone might be #1 for 9 weeks, and then someone else for 11 weeks. I'm like "OMG!" I don't think I'm excited for it.

meenyminymo
08-20-2007, 06:25 AM
Sofya, J'Torian, and Meeny -Thanks for sharing your stories. :hug: + :hug:

My parents were educators and far from rich but I had extreme difficulty escaping the trappings of even the lower middle class lifestyle. My parents were very controlling and still try to be.

I got into the school of my (then) dreams but my fin aid included a sizeable parental expected contribution. They were not going to take out any loans or spend a dime for me to go anywhere but :tape:. I was practically threatened to be disowned and I caved and went to a school of their choosing. :o Thus there is a bitter taint on my whole college experience.

This time around though I made my own decision and moved far far away. Of course, I'm in debt up to the eyeballs but :shrug:.

:hug: I have a friend in a very similar situation right now. She's a brilliant published endocrinologist, yet her parents think she's worthless and refuse to pay for her education. It kills me.

I'm lucky, my parents love me unconditionally and will bend over backwards to make me happy. I have no desire to get away from them, quite the opposite - I'm running back home the second school is over :lol:.

My family story is very difficult though, and I cannot tell you the hardship that my dad and my grandparents had to go through to give me my comfortable situation. Everyone has something :shrug:

Call me Monica :)


Maybe it's a part time relationship :haha: I shouldn't talk. I'm all over the place too.

I do remember that! They were all so close. Though three twins is triplets. :p What is a post by me without the sarcasm? :lol:

Yeah really, they have that rich couple "let's meet for dinner Thursday, I have an opening from 7:17-7:31" thing going on. I just wonder what they do with the child :tape:.

Oh gawd. I did not write that, that's embarrassing. :o
But yes, we're all astrologically made to be together. If only J was interested in our sex :lol:

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 06:25 AM
:lol: You know, Stuff, the funny thing is I HATE lifting weights with a passion because I play the piano a lot, and I'm really particular about my hands/fingers being sore/stiff. Still, I lift about every other day or every three days. :awww: Necessary evil. :mad:

The funny thing is even with my fingers being short and stubby my hands are big enough that they can stretch 1.5 octaves on the piano. VERY convenient. :devil:

I hate lifting too, but that's because I'm WEAK. I never started, so I just settle on being lean and stuff. I'm one of those "no muscle to be found, no extra fat to be found" people. I hate it, but I SUCK at consistent exercise.

You have monstrously large little hands.

Sofyaxo
08-20-2007, 06:32 AM
It will crush my world when Federer stops this thing. OK, not really, but having started watching tennis at his Wimbledon 2004 run, it's an absurd concept to me that someone different wins all four slams or that someone might be #1 for 9 weeks, and then someone else for 11 weeks. I'm like "OMG!" I don't think I'm excited for it.

I grew up around tennis, but I didn't really follow it till Marat won the USO in 2000 I was so young and so taken aback.

Even I've gotten to the point where I'm wondering and starting to ready my head for what tennis is going to be like when Roger is floating around the top two or three. (I honestly don't think right now that he'll ever be lower then 5 again) Though I do think he'll lose number one end of next year or in 09. We'll have to see if he gets his points back or not.

Sofyaxo
08-20-2007, 06:34 AM
:spit: I suppose it's appropriate we're all in a perv thread, even if the whole "Scorpio = big pervz" thing is overused. :devil:

Okay this is great. So one time I was talking to someone about this kind of thing.

She looks at me compltely straight faced and goes. You know you should be careful with how preverted you are, you could end up liking little kids.

I went from angry to nearly peeing my pants laughing in like five seconds. It was great.

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 06:35 AM
Is it wrong that when Monica said "Interested in our sex", I didn't think "Interested in females"? I just kind of thought of "our sex" like "I'm going to give him my sex." = "I'm going to fuck him.".

Metis
08-20-2007, 06:36 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cbkUWFnAZpo

great song too :yeah:

:spit: Some people have too much free time in their hands... She forgot the drunken, nipple fondling bar photo though (probably the only bad-boy photo of Rafa that I have seen so far :lol: ).



As for the discussion about wealth: everyone, rich or poor has problems. However, let's not kid ourselves here. Being poor means you have to deal with some basic problems such as lack of health (no access to quality medical care), lower quality of life (in terms of education, nutrition, available resources, safe environment etc). At that level these problems are most likely to keep you from achieving your full potential because you are struggling to make ends meet.

When you come from a wealthy family, (apart from not having to deal with the above mentioned problems), even if you decide to stand on your own feet and work hard to support yourself (as Sofya wrote earlier), even then your name, family connections etc. will open doors for you. It's a distinctive advantage IMO not just comparing to a poor person but also to a middle class person.

I just think that most people given the choice would rather have rich-people problems than poor-people problems. Whether we like it or not money makes life much easier. It gives you the feeling of security, confidence and a variety of choices in life.

Don't get me wrong though. I am not talking about happiness here.

And just to clarify, I come from a lower middle class family but I have also interacted with both wealthy and poor people.


NOOO! See, that's the problem with being a Federer fan like me. I just will not give up Wimbledon to see Roger win a French. Left with a choice, it's "Oh well, Sampras didn't win or even get as close as Roger did, so if he can be the best, Roger just has to convincingly beat the major record."

You Federer fans are shamelessly greedy :lol:. No one else can have Wimbledon even though he already has 5 :smash:


I'm lucky, my parents love me unconditionally and will bend over backwards to make me happy. I have no desire to get away from them, quite the opposite - I'm running back home the second school is over :lol:.

My family story is very difficult though, and I cannot tell you the hardship that my dad and my grandparents had to go through to give me my comfortable situation. Everyone has something :shrug:


Sounds like my story too! :)



J'torian! :hug: Such a terrible college situation! I guess the advantage of living in Greece is that you don't have to pay tuition to go to University, although over there you continue living with your family unless you are admitted to a school in a different city...

P.S. Your fingers look fine to me :shrug:

meenyminymo
08-20-2007, 06:38 AM
:spit: I suppose it's appropriate we're all in a perv thread, even if the whole "Scorpio = big pervz" thing is overused. :devil:


We invented perv though, so ha other signs. My horoscope always seems to be about money or how pissed off I am :lol:.


Is it wrong that when Monica said "Interested in our sex", I didn't think "Interested in females"? I just kind of thought of "our sex" like "I'm going to give him my sex." = "I'm going to fuck him.".

:lol: Damn you J, how can you not be interested in my sexual advances? :sobbing: ;)

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 06:39 AM
I actually have to be careful with weights because if I lift heavier weights or do it more often than I do now, I gain muscle REALLY fast. :o It happened to me in the past - I gained a LOT of muscle and was consequently always tired, always hungry, and getting sick all the time. So right now I walk a fine line so that I don't go totally soft but at the same time don't walk out into the world with Rafa arms. :o I don't like the bulky look anyway.

Yeah, that's the other thing. I suck at motivation to exercise. Because I have to so little fat, whenever I work out consistently for like...a week, I look really fucking good. It's the way my mind works that I'm OK with not looking that amazing because I know that I can call it up. It's like being able to be really nice lookign without it keeps me from having to knock it out of the park.
I grew up around tennis, but I didn't really follow it till Marat won the USO in 2000 I was so young and so taken aback.

Even I've gotten to the point where I'm wondering and starting to ready my head for what tennis is going to be like when Roger is floating around the top two or three. (I honestly don't think right now that he'll ever be lower then 5 again) Though I do think he'll lose number one end of next year or in 09. We'll have to see if he gets his points back or not.

Yeah, I'm not sure how to take it. I look at like...2003, and I'm like "Four major winners and a #1 decided by a single match during the year? What the hell?" I'm pretty sure I DON'T like the concept of someone being #1 for less than like...3 months. I hated the women's game when it was like "Sharapova for a week. Mauresmo for 3 weeks. Henin for 2 weeks. Sharapova for 2 weeks. Henin for 1 week."

Sofyaxo
08-20-2007, 06:39 AM
Is it wrong that when Monica said "Interested in our sex", I didn't think "Interested in females"? I just kind of thought of "our sex" like "I'm going to give him my sex." = "I'm going to fuck him.".

Think with the right head dear. :lol:


I'm sorry I had to say it. :p

MCL
08-20-2007, 06:41 AM
I wish I had college drama. It was like "Got in here. Oh well no money. Better go to this closer school."

If only I"d been groped here or something.

:rolleyes: If you insist :p
---

Hi Monica :wavey:, Call me Lo
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Sofyaxo
08-20-2007, 06:43 AM
:haha::haha: Yes, all pedophiles and murderers are Scorpios, all asexuals are Virgos, all fatties are Tauruses, and all Pisceans are drunks. :cuckoo:

Duh. Didn't you know.

At least we are cool. Being like Dahmer is way better then being fat drunk.:o :lol:


Yeah, I'm not sure how to take it. I look at like...2003, and I'm like "Four major winners and a #1 decided by a single match during the year? What the hell?" I'm pretty sure I DON'T like the concept of someone being #1 for less than like...3 months. I hated the women's game when it was like "Sharapova for a week. Mauresmo for 3 weeks. Henin for 2 weeks. Sharapova for 2 weeks. Henin for 1 week."

That's funny. Most people miss when it was like that. Then again they should know how lucky they are to get to watch Roger play weekly. That's history right there.

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 06:43 AM
You Federer fans are shamelessly greedy :lol:. No one else can have Wimbledon even though he already has 5 :smash:

P.S. Your fingers look fine to me :shrug:

1. We are. I think it's a function of hearing Roger pound it in so much at first. So the choice comes, and its' like "Roger wins a 6th consecutive Wimbledon" or "Roger finally wins the French Open", it's like "Well...he doesn't really NEED a French, does he? A lot of people don't have one."

And yes, you're right. Really, after winning 3 of any major in a row, you just REALLY start to be a dick. It's like "We get it. Move on, you jerk."

2. Flatterer.
:lol: Damn you J, how can you not be interested in my sexual advances? :sobbing: ;)

Love hurts.

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 06:46 AM
Think with the right head dear. :lol: I'm sorry I had to say it. :p

I think that is the right head in this place.
:rolleyes: If you insist :p
I once had one of my friends grab my ass so hard, I nearly got knocked onto my back. Do your worst!

That's funny. Most people miss when it was like that. Then again they should know how lucky they are to get to watch Roger play weekly. That's history right there.

I hate the "Federer wins are the boring!" threads. I'm like "It's not like he's winning and playing boring shit tennis. At least a few of every 15 or so shots he hits are like :worship:, so just be happy. You'll be back to your Australian Opens won by ToJo someday."

meenyminymo
08-20-2007, 06:46 AM
Sounds like my story too! :)


:) It's a Mediterranean thing :lol:


:wavey: Hi Lo

I have to go, bye all :wavey:

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 06:46 AM
:wavey: Monjack.

MCL
08-20-2007, 06:48 AM
I want a new crop of young guys to battle against the current young guns when Federer's reign ends. When Fed/Rafa's dominance no longer looms over everyone's heads, many guys will have a lot to prove. Now you can say, who can beat Federer at a slam (besides Nadal on clay)? But in the future, that'll be a moot point.

Of course I mean far into the future like at-least-6-more-slams-w/FO-for-Fed into the future.

I want tennis at the OK Corral with a new sheriff in charge every couple of months.

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 06:49 AM
:lol: I'm so sorry. :sobbing::sobbing: Even if Tommy Robredo secretly has a vajayjay I wouldn't be switching sides. :awww:

Yeah, see, that's not a good thing necessarily. My dad's side of the family tends to fat, so I have to work out in order to maintain my body and I eat VERY healthy, though my diet isn't 100% raw like Kelli's. It helps my motivation that I don't want to have anything to do with my dad's side of the family, including body shape. :lol: But I notice that with a lot of people who've always been naturally shapely, like the guys on my mom's side of the family, it's really hard for them when they get older to learn healthy eating/exercise habits which are even more vital as one gets older.

1. Ugh. I hate "Vuh-jay-jay." Effing Grey's.

2. Yeah. I reckon I'll be fucked or require a massive overhaul when I'm that age, but right now I"m too arrogant/selfish to do anything but be like "Man, I'm the shit. I'll do what the fuck I want." But you can be the sexy 50 year old who laughs at me when I look like shit.

Sofyaxo
08-20-2007, 06:51 AM
I hate the "Federer wins are the boring!" threads. I'm like "It's not like he's winning and playing boring shit tennis. At least a few of every 15 or so shots he hits are like :worship:, so just be happy. You'll be back to your Australian Opens won by ToJo someday."

:haha: Fantastic.

I don't care about those threads. I don't like the Andy is the most horrible person to ever walk the face of the planet threads. And the Marat your over rated go retire and die now threads.



Bed time for me to. No meetings tomorrow, but it's my last day with my house guest and I want to enjoy him properly. Which means I need to go cuddle with him and get a good night's sleep :D

Metis
08-20-2007, 06:52 AM
:haha::haha: Yes, all pedophiles and murderers are Scorpios, all asexuals are Virgos, all fatties are Tauruses, and all Pisceans are drunks. :cuckoo:

How about Leos? :sad:

:hug: Thanks, and great comments on the wealth thing. :hug: Interesting you bring up Greece because one of my mother's biggest regrets, which I didn't hear from her until I visited her a short while ago, was that she didn't immigrate to Europe (or Canada) in the 1970s and instead came to the US. :tape: She was all: "Had I known about the free schools and health care we would have gone there in a heartbeat. But it was all about the US back then." :lol:

Imagine, you could have been a Parisian now. :cool: :D


1. We are. I think it's a function of hearing Roger pound it in so much at first. So the choice comes, and its' like "Roger wins a 6th consecutive Wimbledon" or "Roger finally wins the French Open", it's like "Well...he doesn't really NEED a French, does he? A lot of people don't have one."

And yes, you're right. Really, after winning 3 of any major in a row, you just REALLY start to be a dick. It's like "We get it. Move on, you jerk."

2. Flatterer.



:lol: I was only stating my opinion :shrug: :angel:


So are you saying that we Rafa fans will be dicks if we want Rafa to win another RG trophy or are we entitled to 5 in a row? :devil:

Sofyaxo
08-20-2007, 06:53 AM
:spit: I would so quote that in my sig except that 99.99999999% of MTF would take it the wrong way. :o :haha::haha:

:hug: It's the thought that counts.

He was a turus too so he should have been a fatty. Clearly this astrology stuff is shit.

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 06:55 AM
:haha: Fantastic.

I don't care about those threads. I don't like the Andy is the most horrible person to ever walk the face of the planet threads. And the Marat your over rated go retire and die now threads.

Bed time for me to. No meetings tomorrow, but it's my last day with my house guest and I want to enjoy him properly. Which means I need to go cuddle with him and get a good night's sleep :D

Night sweetie!
:lol: I was only stating my opinion :shrug: :angel:


So are you saying that we Rafa fans will be dicks if we want Rafa to win another RG trophy or are we entitled to 5 in a row? :devil:

Yes, that's exactly that I'm saying! It's certainly OK. We Federer fans are dicks for wanting another Federer Wimbledon, except we've been dicks since 2006!

And RAfa can win another eventually, but really...who needs any slam 4 effing times in a row?

We Federer fans are going to be going into "dick mode" (Doesn't that sound exciting?) for the U.S. Open too. He doesn't need another one in a row, really.

MCL
08-20-2007, 06:56 AM
Bye Mon :wavey:



:lol: I'm so sorry. :sobbing::sobbing: Even if Tommy Robredo secretly has a vajayjay I wouldn't be switching sides. :awww:



Yeah, see, that's not a good thing necessarily. My dad's side of the family tends to fat, so I have to work out in order to maintain my body and I eat VERY healthy, though my diet isn't 100% raw like Kelli's. It helps my motivation that I don't want to have anything to do with my dad's side of the family, including body shape. :lol: But I notice that with a lot of people who've always been naturally shapely, like the guys on my mom's side of the family, it's really hard for them when they get older to learn healthy eating/exercise habits which are even more vital as one gets older.


I have very large relatives on both sides of my extended family. So, I'm on the lookout for changing metabolism:unsure:. I admire your effort, exercise habits and your discipline. Your fingers aren't that chubby.;)

I've been slowly improving my diet and plan to actually use the school gym more than twice this semester. :help:
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By Sof :wavey:

Kitty de Sade
08-20-2007, 07:01 AM
Who has shit to say about Geminis? :kiss:

Sure, I get home from work, and I got a bunch of quitters on me, going to bed. :p

J was talking about my raw diet....I can feel it. :angel:

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 07:01 AM
:) Just keep your body relatively free of tobacco/alcohol and other carcinogens/toxins, eat more vegetables, and be active. With your body type that should be all you need for a long time.

And if you don't like the idea of Tommy with a vajayjay, we can always say he has a bajingo. :D

Indeed! Night Sofya!

Yeah..I do pretty well at avoiding alcohol/tobacco with EXTREME moderation (almost none), and...well...vegetables is an issue, but I'm pretty active too.

So maybe I"m SAFE!...for a bit.

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 07:05 AM
Who has shit to say about Geminis? :kiss:

Sure, I get home from work, and I got a bunch of quitters on me, going to bed. :p

J was talking about my raw diet....I can feel it. :angel:
:wavey:!

Kitty de Sade
08-20-2007, 07:11 AM
:wavey:!

:hatoff:

Not me, in high school and beyond a large portion of my friends were Gemini girls. :hearts:

And you know I can't help the diet talk! :haha:

I have a reputation as a player because of that Gemini label. I have one thing to say about that.......IT'S TOTALLY TRUE! :devil:

Diet talk is awesome. I am eating Dandelion greens, J- I'm getting invincible, I swear. :woohoo:

EDIT: Larah knows- she's a Gem also. We are notorious man-izers. :aplot:

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 07:12 AM
Now that I've said "Hi", Rihanna on the radio means bedtime for work tomorrow!

You two behave in here all alone...

Metis
08-20-2007, 07:14 AM
Arrogant ego kings! :haha: (P.S. :secret: Rogi is a Leo. :haha::haha: )

:speakles:

Pfft! same sign as Roger! What did I do to deserve this? :rolleyes: Well, I am the exception I guess: I am not arrogant although I am much better than everyone else. :p :haha:



:cool: And there'd be gay rumors about Gasquet and ME, fabulous! Mon dieu! :devil:



:spit:




EDIT: Kelli is back :crazy:

Kitty de Sade
08-20-2007, 07:17 AM
:hearts: :drool: For dinner I had raw almond butter on sprouted whole-grain bread, and a huge raw salad of arugula and a whole bunch of veggies and blueberries. Mmmmm. :drool:

Raw almond butter is so insanely good. :inlove:

Sprouted bread as well? :hatoff:

I had a huge salad too- sun dried tomatoes too. :lick:

My body fat is the lowest is has been...but I will have to get help for my Tursunoving. Tis a woman's lot in life. :lol:

Johnny Groove
08-20-2007, 07:18 AM
On that note I have a question for Jonathan that's going to make me look really bitchy, but other's know why I'm asking. You just went to Europe and you said you went to the tournament near you a lot. Neither of that is really inexpensive, if you are worrying about getting bills paid how can you spare the money for that?

Oh no, not bitchy at all, love :kiss:

The tournament ive only gone to Key Biscanye since 04, and when i go, its not like its EVERY day. Usually i go when my cousin is working the entrace turn stiles so we can sneak in for free, but i dont have to pay usually :lol: For instance, this year, a lovely poster here sent me some tickets in the mail as she wouldnt be using them (Love you :smooch: ). And she's a Fedtard too, and it was the day Canas beat Federer :devil: As for Delray Beach, its like 5 bucks a day, chump change :shrug:

Now, the Vienna thing is different. I had to lobby to about every member of my family to get the funds in :lol: My mom paid about 2% of the total funds :lol: Family down in Haiti, Guadeloupe, Brazil, over in Madrid and Barcelona, everywhere

Ohmygod, YES, exactly! That's pretty much what happened with me. You need a :hug: too. :D

The US school system needs a complete overhaul. Aid should be need-based and merit-based, and at the very least public universities should be completely free. But perhaps that's just the big old socialist in me speaking. :D

Some public unis over here (PBCC) arent free, but are extememly cheap.

meenyminymo
08-20-2007, 07:18 AM
Nevermind, I'm here because my beam of sunshine is back. KELLI! http://www.freesmileys.org/emo/basic/wave.gif (http://www.freesmileys.org)

Johnny Groove
08-20-2007, 07:19 AM
:speakles:

Pfft! same sign as Roger! What did I do to deserve this? :rolleyes: Well, I am the exception I guess: I am not arrogant although I am much better than everyone else. :p :haha:

What about Sagittarios? :awww:

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 07:20 AM
What about Sagittarios? :awww:
:hug:

They are the best.

Beforehand
08-20-2007, 07:21 AM
Also, nobody actually ever DOES leave...awesome.

Kitty de Sade
08-20-2007, 07:21 AM
Nevermind, I'm here because my beam of sunshine is back. KELLI! http://www.freesmileys.org/emo/basic/wave.gif (http://www.freesmileys.org)

:hug:

My sweet girl. I answered your pm. :awww:

Johnny Groove
08-20-2007, 07:21 AM
btw, this rep made me LOL

Whose shots would you... 08-19-2007 11:00 PM NYCtennisfan :haha: BTW, I'm proud of you...you made a post without saying 'fuck' :yeah:

Am i really that vulgar? :awww:

Metis
08-20-2007, 07:23 AM
:lol: Typical Leo: "It's not arrogance, it's just the truth." :lol: ;)

What can I say? Sometimes I even amaze myself! :lol: ;)




EDIT: Tonight I had petit beurre biscuits with Nutella :drool: :devil:. Almond butter sounds delicious. I don't think I've ever tried it.

Kitty de Sade
08-20-2007, 07:24 AM
I don't see you as being any more vulgar than anyone else. :shrug:

I hardly represent the moral majority, though. :)