I'm as straight as can be said and love to talk to ladies who can communicate in a good way. I think I have a sense of humour and apologise, in advance, if something I say is misunderstood. One dislike, when having the occasional chat, is when the other party leaves without saying anything - it's much better to finish a conversation in a pleasant way, even if I'm uttering things which you have no time for! I look forward to (virtually) meeting you.
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Day before yesterday. Would love to do it now but have company that wouldn't appreciate it.
Try using the spell check.e.g. the title of this thread "Editting stories"
While 'had had' etc. ... A major no-no .. <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/Lfunny.gif" alt="Lfunny">
Not really a phrase, but still something that irks me..."that that"Technically, it's correct in English (I suppose... I don't know of anything that says it's incorrect) but it always makes my mind stumble over the sentence (and mouth, if I read aloud). I usually have to backtrack and reread the sentence to make sure it's correct or that the person hasn't made a typo or some other grammar error.It happens to me very occasionally and I always rewrite the sentence. I wish others would do the same.It's a weird thing. We find ourselves writing it but logically we know a "that that" isn't necessary -- we can say the same thing using one "that" or none at all. I say axe it. I'm sorry, you're wrong. Word sequences such as That that is, is. That that is not, is not. That that is not, is not that that is. Is that not it? It is and James, while John had had "had", had had "had had"; "had had" had had a better effect on the teacher are perfect English grammar.
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Probably more nutriment in a single ejaculation than in any fast food one can buy. That doesn't say a lot <img src="/forum/images/emoticons/Lwinking.gif" alt="Lwinking">
Remember that more than two shakes counts as a wank. One, one-and-a-half, one-and-three-quarters, one-and-seven-eighths...
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