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Old 12-05-2012, 11:31 PM   #1214
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Default Re: Gimpy vLove Shack vol. 3: Cool young Brits hub + their bros.

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Originally Posted by The Bulldog View Post
Yeah, my next suggestion was for you to think about my situation. Where I am in life. I know you went through this stage decades ago, but you must remember what went on? As a matter of fact, two out of the three things you said, are heavily involved.
Too many puzzles and my brain is too tired to process this. I can't even remember what exactly I was fishing for in the first place. Can you string it together for me?

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Good, I like the real tripwires a lot. The one that leaves essays to the last minute, and gets frustrated by my teasing and playfulness.
That's a terrible student though. The real trip needs to change. (Still on the same page of my article. )

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I would say something good has been happening for weeks, but the good feelings are only now beginning to bubble up to the surface.
Is this related to your secret? What is ittttt.

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I just realised that I'm going to get my arse handed to me in this next round of PopCon.
You'll never know. You are more active here than Doris.

This round of PopCon is just brutal. I'm probably gonna abstain for most matches except mine.
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