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Username: Kola_boof

Post Number: 4859
Registered: 02-2005

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Posted on Saturday, January 17, 2009 - 06:40 pm:   


I love you, too, handsome. :-)

And for those who never saw the
photos--you ARE seriously handsome.

Now if you were my lady I could simply tell you to shut up and sit yo' ass down

Wanna know something funny?

Only online do I do a lot of talking.

It's like an outlet for me.

I live so secluded and I'm so boring.

I'm single right now, but when I do have
a Man, I have a "set time" when I talk with
him (usually very late at night
AFTER we just made love or fuckked--which
ever ritual we did THAT night).

I do a lot of cooking and unless my sons
are home--which most of the day they're not
--I don't EVER speak.

If a girlfriend calls on the phone


That's when you can't shut me up. :-)

But Carey,

You would be SHOCKED to discover that
no man who has ever been with me has
ever complained about me "talking a lot."


Remember he met me at the party?

He can tell you that I
smile, laugh and nod a lot.

When I talk...I usually am really
saying something.

I don't just talk for talking sake.

I'm also extremely funny in group

Or so people claim.


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