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Own a piece of fun-fun! Today!!
 
Posts: 181 | Location: Yokohama, Japan | Registered: Dec 01, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Does that include the official "Wine Kamikaze Learn To Speak English" handbook?
 
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Persons familiar with driving on the wrong side of the road will get preferential treatment. Sorry, no senior citizen or UN employee discounts.
 
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I'll give you a bottle of Red Truck swill for it


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Persons familiar with driving on the wrong side of the road will get preferential treatment. Sorry, no senior citizen or UN employee discounts.


Jesus man...really tired stuff there Groon.
 
Posts: 471 | Location: Richmond, VA | Registered: Feb 24, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Not for sale, not for sale!! Eek It is not, it is been in high jacking, mine membership. I not know of how, somebody broken it in my code, and password, and then kidnapp Captain Kirk canary too! I panic in invasion of my privacy and need randsom money to free Captain Kirk!! Save it, send check, money even cash of foreign design. Canary trouble in Yokohama!! I suspect it is manager boss of StudioPasta.
 
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I obtain paypar account for donations soon.
 
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You're a regular riot.
 
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I agree. I sometimes too peel in my pants very easy from laughtering.

Not now it is, time of joy went out of the door window with canary pet and password, time to look for suspect and correct cash. You wish to make one indestructible donation? Await, paypal is visit your check account very soon.
 
Posts: 181 | Location: Yokohama, Japan | Registered: Dec 01, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I sorry no see such good deal with very earlyness of time. There is in world such thing what can be want from every man. To have handle and be such one to you is dream from past life. Yet is universe to change from such possible because to be dream was yet a road from happy.

You see how but is check to become? Is paypal no such pal but take take all time, no give good. Job cannot clean pot if soup no have hand with safety entry. yes?
 
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Big Grin Big Grin


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Starting to sound like Vino Me/Me Vino/Vino Moi, etc...


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Eric,

You do realize that Wine Kamikaze is Grunhauser, right?

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Eric,

You do realize that Wine Kamikaze is Grunhauser, right?


I don't know why, but I'll bet a few pennies on the Wine Wizard. Haven't seen HIM around here lately?
 
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Originally posted by Hunter:

I don't know why, but I'll bet a few pennies on the Wine Wizard. Haven't seen HIM around here lately?


He is not for renomme such as winekamakaze the tenders. More grunhauser too ridiculous makes that he its are sources has which one does not please that he stops us that. Validity of hands over the identity of the importance. Consequently evaluate he necessary has that it can be in deadly pure rurraby. Us the petrol is that largely understand is know that he is and that they were there of the foot of the establishment, the emersion see person.

I take pennybet, big boy. Charry no surf.


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Is Chateau Lafitte R. 1982 included, with name of boss?

This reeks of grunhauserism.

He lives.
 
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Is Chateau Lafitte R. 1982 included, with name of boss?

This reeks of grunhauserism.

He lives.


THAT would be a lovely Christmas present indeed.

PH
 
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Nice dumpster dive, Seaq! Big Grin


Cheers!
 
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Classic!


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