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I care about stuff like her ample, firm chest and perfectly formed rear
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Old 04-27-2012, 05:09 PM
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I care about stuff like her ample, firm chest and perfectly formed rear
That pic of her in the bikini was hot, but that one with the goofy hair turned me off. I did not think she looked appealing there at all.
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Helloooooo...
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Dang, I went to that cycling club website and their dues are $60. That's 3x more than the SAE dues. I think I will hold off til next year on joining if they are going to want me to pay for the rest of this year. I like riding in smaller groups anyway. If I can get to know this girl better I won't have a big need to join the club.
See if they prorate.
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I am thinking of just showing up to their meeting next week and seeing how I like it first.

I am going to be so anxious this weekend thinking about that girl I finally met today. I hope she likes outdoor activities.
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I think I might go do Prefumo Canyon tomorrow. I brought the camera up from TO so I can finally get some pics. It has been a long time since I did a big ride like this. About a year since riding the canyon and it has been an even longer time since I rode all the way from my appartment. The other times I used the bike rack on the BMW.
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Yup, and I will always blame David should I find myself on the short end of the stick
ha! I blame you for everything.
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Sorry Professor, Rick ate my homework!
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he probably would.
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For the record to quote my favorite uncle "anything over a mouth full is a waste". His fav line when it comes to boobs.
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Hmm... Not an eyefull?
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Although, I would like to find out how much a mouthfull of boobs is.
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Hmm... Not an eyefull?
That's a distance-dependent measure. And your mission is minimize distance, isn't it?
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Dave, are you going to be doing any flying this weekend?
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That's a distance-dependent measure. And your mission is minimize distance, isn't it?
True, but I have a wider field of view than I do a mouth, so I would need to be quite close to get an eyefull.
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True, but I have a wider field of view than I do a mouth, so I would need to be quite close to get an eyefull.
an eyefull is not as much fun.........
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True.
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Well, I need to get some composites homework done. I will see y'all later.
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