The ho-hum life of a nurse and massage therapist in New Hampshire.
I these...people...far to often in my line of work.
Purple? Just makes the situation worse, IMHO.
TwiMoms freak me out in so many ways.
Robert, my sincere condolences!B.R., purple makes everything better.CalvinsMom, I know! I had the misfortune of dissing Twilight in the presence of several TwiMoms last year...I barely escaped with my life!
"The only good thing about it was its color...a lovely, rich purple."^^^^^^^^(thinks)Nope, not going there.
Good call, SCI-FI! ;)
I learn sumthin' every day, even things I have NO earthly need for, or respect of. TwiMom. Who knew? Who cares, other than Child Protective Services?Thanks for the continuing education, Christina. Tis a fine public service you provide. :-)
You're very welcome, Buck. I live to serve.
The fact that there is even a 'clever name' for such creatures is disturbing. I am a fan of many things, but, if I were a fan of pretty young girls-and I were 2 or 3 times their age-I don't think I'd celebrate it, for fear of arrest! Purple, is another issue, and, of course, your choice.
George, there are many demotivators on just that subject! I find it creepy to the extreme that all these middle-aged women are screaming and drooling over teenagers.
Purple? Yep, that clinches it. They're all daughters of 70's Donny Osmond fans.
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