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Thursday, 27 September 2012

Falling in love: a rant.

I got an invitation the other day:

Fall head over heels with the new IKEA catalogue, my inbox suggested.

Presumably they've printed them with camouflage paint and are planning to leave them piled up at the top of the steps.

Ah well. I suppose it was nice of them to warn me.

Falling Man In Organge Clip Art
Picture: Falling Man in Organge [sic] by bharath

Word To Use Today: heel. The word meaning bit of a foot comes from the Old English hēla and is related to the Old Frisian hēl.







3 comments:

  1. I lost my 2 years relationship 4 months ago. My Husband left me with so many pains and since then I have been heart broken and shattered. I have emailed so many sites online looking for a good spell caster till i was directed by one Mrs Wendy Dustin from a forum to email this email address: lordabutemple123@yahoo.com At first I never believed him, it took him some time to convince me and something occurred to me and I said let me give him a trial. I was very shocked when my Husband called me 5 days after lord Abu were done with the spell casting . My Husband was crawling on his knees for what he has done wrong and i am very happy that we are together today because now he love and care for me and my kids like never before..I will advise you to contact lord Abu because he has done wonders in my life and i believe he can help you out. email: lordabutemple123@yahoo.com or his website: http://lordabutemple.webs.com/

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  3. Gosh, how interesting. I'm glad you're happy, Mitchell Tracy, but I am, sadly, totally and completely unconvinced.

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