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Username: Carey

Post Number: 1477
Registered: 05-2004

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Posted on Wednesday, January 07, 2009 - 03:02 pm:   


How could I have missed making a comment about A_womon. Someone mentioned something about the clash of personalities. Well, that is exactly what makes this board an interesting place. Even though I've seen the faces of many that posts, there are others that I've simply acquired an image of them based on their posts. Although it is my opinion and image of them, I think it's share by most. I tried to write the post as if we all were coming home to a family reunion. You know, all the little snide jokes that are told about family members that we never let them forget. For instance the cousin that used to be a model that was 105lbs but is now 250lbs. How about the one that had only a minute of hair but walks up with hair down her back. Or the uncle that was known for his roaming eyes but is now a deacon in the church (eyes still roaming). Anyway, A_womon created a problem for me. See, she ain't the A_womon of old. OH BUDDY!

James Brown had a song titled: There Was A Time.

There was a time A_womon didn't have any stops. I know some of yawl know what I am talking about. Her mouth used to be filled with every foul word a person could think of. It was nothing for her to tell someone to suck this or lick that. But I am so proud of her. Even within the last week I thought she would break. Someone hit her with a snide remark and I thought OH NO!
But she came back with a "LOL". Having said that, her past antics could have simply been her alter ego, her board personality.

I am not saying she still doesn't drop some mess from time to time (who doesn't) but she has come a long way. I kind of miss the old A_womon but yawl don't want to see that thang.

Now I am going to turn off my phone because I don't want to hear her mouth *lol*.

Brown Robin is still an enigma to me. She appears to be comfortable with herself and full of joy. She doesn't make statements that can't be supported by reasonable data. I don't know about her, my jury is still out.

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