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Old 09-25-2005, 12:16 PM
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Could you please ask your wife to remove her swimsuit, and pose for more pictures, por favor ?
Thank you.
I have always thought that it is respectful to have a thorough understanding of another country's language. I think it is muy culturalo to be le plus bi-langual.
It appears that she has tres guapo tits. . . gracias.

25 000 US$ per pic, for 100$ I'l send ya JS232's male tits pic pervert Talking language, watch yours, my wife ya talking of
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Old 09-26-2005, 08:03 AM
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Great shot of Marie.... No wonder your boat was in front during the June Milk Run!
Ya, June : In front of the pack, August : Behind the pack.... Go figure I'd say it's some mix of Rough waters, don't break the boat/drive. Safety first, always. Still, there was some longer boats behind me
I need a bigger boat.

I am very curious about the 28 SAVAGE Active thunder that ran with hus that day... In front? Middle? behind the pack?
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Old 09-26-2005, 08:31 AM
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I'd say it's some mix of Rough waters, don't break the boat/drive. Safety first, always.

Thats weird? Never bothered me when I used to POUND THE $HIT outa that thing!!
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Old 09-26-2005, 11:58 AM
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Thats weird? Never bothered me when I used to POUND THE $HIT outa that thing!!
Since that boat was your performance school boat, I don't worry to much about it. By the way, you know about the big handle just beside the Forward, Neutral, Reverse small handle. It's the gas handle Neil, not a Choke...

Also, a good advise : When going full throttle, The R position just behind the neutral position means REVERSE not RAPIDO!

See ya soon M. Nerves
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Since that boat was your performance school boat....
I wouldn't assume he's graduated yet...
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I wouldn't assume he's graduated yet...
FU BEETCH!
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Old 09-26-2005, 04:17 PM
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FU BEETCH!
4 minutes to repond.... your slipping.

You might actually be qualified.... I just can't remember,... it's been a while since I have seen you out there.
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4 minutes to repond.... your slipping.
What else do you want a guy to do when he's sitting waiting for someone to code.....
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which date this year?
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