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1630.       catwoman
8933 posts
 01 Mar 2008 Sat 06:38 am

Quoting girleegirl:

Ugh! My incredible lack of grace is astounding to me! I took a nasty fall today while doing errands on my lunch break. I was wearing new slacks and ripped a hole in the knee....and in MY knee.
And of course the only person around was a gorgeous man....who was quite sweet and helped pick me up off the ground and gather the contents of my purse which had flown about. Sooo embarrassing!!


lol lol lol
sorry, it's not funny but it's funny that I stopped ripping holes in my pants when I turned... 15..(??) something like that heheh
who was that gorgeous man? - handsom? lol

1631.       girleegirl
5065 posts
 01 Mar 2008 Sat 06:42 am

Quoting catwoman:


lol lol lol
sorry, it's not funny but it's funny that I stopped ripping holes in my pants when I turned... 15..(??) something like that heheh
who was that gorgeous man? - handsom? lol


Actually ...except for my aching body...it is pretty funny. I am a rather klutzy person....I have fallen into holes, off ladders, walking down the sidewalk.....luckily I have strong bones and have never broken anything.
No comment on handsom

1632.       catwoman
8933 posts
 01 Mar 2008 Sat 07:29 am

look, you had a perfect moment with a stranger gorgeous man... did he run to your rescue? did you fall madly in love with each other and lived happily ever after?

1633.       girleegirl
5065 posts
 01 Mar 2008 Sat 08:31 am

Quoting catwoman:

look, you had a perfect moment with a stranger gorgeous man... did he run to your rescue? did you fall madly in love with each other and lived happily ever after?


He did run to my rescue but I was just a teensy bit too humiliated to accept his proposal of marriage!

1634.       catwoman
8933 posts
 01 Mar 2008 Sat 08:37 am

Quoting girleegirl:

He did run to my rescue but I was just a teensy bit too humiliated to accept his proposal of marriage!


Oh god, you ruined the otherwise perfect love story! You should have known that pride doesn't go well with love! But... if this is the cinderella story we know, he'll come back! lol

1635.       girleegirl
5065 posts
 01 Mar 2008 Sat 08:49 am

Quoting catwoman:


Oh god, you ruined the otherwise perfect love story! You should have known that pride doesn't go well with love! But... if this is the cinderella story we know, he'll come back! lol


It was a tragic ending to a tragic day
As for hand...uhhh...I mean...the stranger....we shall see lol

1636.       lady in red
6947 posts
 01 Mar 2008 Sat 09:07 am

Quoting girleegirl:

Quoting catwoman:


Oh god, you ruined the otherwise perfect love story! You should have known that pride doesn't go well with love! But... if this is the cinderella story we know, he'll come back! lol


It was a tragic ending to a tragic day
As for hand...uhhh...I mean...the stranger....we shall see lol



Serendipity??? lol

1637.       girleegirl
5065 posts
 01 Mar 2008 Sat 09:12 am

Quoting lady in red:


Serendipity??? lol


Ahhhh yessssssss John Cusack!!! lol

1638.       peacetrain
1905 posts
 01 Mar 2008 Sat 10:05 am

Quoting lady in red:

Hayfever!!! I somehow foolishly thought that I wouldn't get this in Turkey - WRONG!!



Honey from local bees is a natural remedy for hay fever

1639.       lady in red
6947 posts
 01 Mar 2008 Sat 10:55 am

Quoting peace train:

Quoting lady in red:

Hayfever!!! I somehow foolishly thought that I wouldn't get this in Turkey - WRONG!!



Honey from local bees is a natural remedy for hay fever



Thanks PT - I do remember hearing this somewhere but I had forgotten. Lots of lovely local honey on sale in the pazar here - I'm off to buy some now!

1640.       peacetrain
1905 posts
 02 Mar 2008 Sun 08:51 pm

My dad's jokes (groan) . . . and the fact that I have to smile rhrough gritted teeth.

roday's example:

Have you heard, they're looking for that deranged, psychic dwarf? It said in the newspaper "SMALL MEDIUM AT LARGE"


Well I did warn you.

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