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she was HOT, made love to her all night like a man possesed(20 posts)
|she was HOT, made love to her all night like a man possesed||Spirito|
Apr 5, 2002 5:51 AM
|....then from lovers slumber i awoke in dawn's cold light to make the realisation that we were not meant to be and will cast her assunder to the wolves on ebay.
like all men i have a lump in my throat and am choking for the words that is sure to bring tears to her lugs and and regret to my conscience..."baby, i treasure you and the times weve had and this isnt meant to be about you .......... but i want a merckx, im sorry".
|something's wrong with you, i'm not sure what, yet. LOL. nm||JS Haiku Shop|
Apr 5, 2002 5:59 AM
|It's the fennel (or lack thereof). It has to be. nm||Spinchick|
Apr 5, 2002 6:03 AM
|Not again? Perhaps a proper introduction would be in order||Slipstream|
Apr 5, 2002 6:21 AM
|Give her a name and introduce her properly (I'll restate what I said at Easter.) |
>I can't believe this beauty is still without a mate. And she is soooo pretty.
>Cyclists are a shy lot when face-to-face with such classic lines. They are probably just stupified by her elegance and beauty; but you can rest assured they won't be able to concentrate on anything else once properly introduced. Just be patient, they'll soon come out of their shock.
>Maybe it would help if you gave her a name. Something mysterious and sultry yet silky and really sweet. Let them know she will bring out their best and will be forgiving at the same time. And she will always be waiting there for her special man. See what I mean when I say italian equals love.
>I still like Carmen from Bizet's opera: Carmen, the Spanish gypsy, fully obsessive, a wild thing that can never be tamed. An enduring symbol of the unremediated spirit of Spain,
btw, the boss said April is the cruelest month: taxes are due, otherwise, I would adopt her, thereby allowing you to turn your cold and worthless heart to someone else who has caught your wandering eye like the first hint of spring after a harsh and bitter winter. ;>)
|alas, 'tis true i have gone here and there||Spirito|
Apr 5, 2002 6:45 AM
|and made myself a motley to the view,
gored mine own thoughts, sold cheap what is most dear,
made old offences of affections new;
most true it is that i have look'd on truth
askance and strangely: but, by all above
these blenches gave my heart another youth.
|what?!? no haiku?||JS Haiku Shop|
Apr 5, 2002 7:16 AM
|tomorrow a bid
however small purse
enough, perchance to purchase
large or miniscule tax check-
for god's sake, new couch!
|dude, that couch has SERIOUSLY got to go (nm)||lonefrontranger|
Apr 5, 2002 12:10 PM
|Times and menmustchange,but the feminine mystique,in metal cast||128|
Apr 5, 2002 6:25 AM
|longs for the assundry to the den of wolves. Or so she makes him think! When, as she sees his mortal coil unwind and his flex and compression go soft, making her rides and days as harsh as those as those without bread, she says "rather I would be bid upon, than remain with this choker!" and in pleasures silent realm, she slips away...taking with her the miles earned, and the pressures borne, leaving him to believe, ah!, falsely again!
and where did you find that couch!! Wow!
Apr 5, 2002 6:33 AM
|hee hee..the couch does have a name..||Spirito|
Apr 5, 2002 6:53 AM
|its official title is "the leg-opener"
rococco period 4 seater.
looked at crap at antique stores and flea markets and basically gave up even though i was prepared to spend a lot for the right one for the apt. then when visiting a friend in a shitty neighbourhood, i spotted the legs 9beautifully carved wood might i add) under a plastic sheet which itself was covered by 6 inches of fresh snow as it was on the street oustide a thrift store. my friend had a van and 10 minutes later for the princely sum of $110 it was in my casa.
it has earnt me ten fold as its used as props as well as the more basic but pleasurable thrills.
|spend alot...plastic sheet...6 inches...thrift store...my friend||128|
Apr 5, 2002 7:14 AM
|with a van...10 minutes later.
Ok, I guess I'm deparved too. Damn this infernal fertile imagination!!
I think you have the makings of a script here; I want to cast Terry Garr as the carved legs, Rosanne Arquette as the frame, Marecel Marceau as the dialogue, and directed by whomever directed "After Hours", what the hell, lets get that "I can't believe it's not butter" blond muscle guy in there too and a cameo from every one whose ever been in a MENTOS!!! commercial.
"meaning is all a matter of perspective..."
|"Different rules apply when it gets this late.||Slipstream|
Apr 5, 2002 7:39 AM
|You know what I mean? It's, like, after hours." |
Joseph Minion, U.S. screenwriter
Different rules apply to cyclists when deprived of riding what you lust for. Spirito is a case in point ;>)
Apr 5, 2002 8:11 AM
|bookmark this ....come on, you know you want it...it may go for $75.
i'll throw in a few home movies ;-)
|Suggestion on eBay listing||Slipstream|
Apr 5, 2002 8:30 AM
|You might want to change your listing to add some words such as "Not Colnago, Pinerello" etc. I think most people search high end bikes by brand. |
Nice touch on the couch, very Carmenesque!
Good luck! Let us know what the outcome is. Besides, if I bid, I wouldn't be able to meet your stringent criteria. ;>) But I still can lust, can't I?
"To create man was a quaint and original idea, but to add the sheep was tautology." Mark Twain
|hee hee..the couch does have a name..||bic|
Apr 5, 2002 7:31 AM
|Reminds me of a couch I saw in a bar of ill reput 30 years ago in Barcelona!|
|masturbation is condemmed by church!||colker|
Apr 5, 2002 6:30 AM
|let alone with a bike frame and crankset.|
|don't matter, this free spirit is blinded by another wench! nm||Slipstream|
Apr 5, 2002 6:34 AM
|so then i gather we will all meet in hell :-) Nm||Spirito|
Apr 5, 2002 7:00 AM
|so, have you run out of Phil Wood green, yet? nm||RideLots|
Apr 5, 2002 6:39 AM
|Spirito=bike slut........let he who is without sin...ect.(nm)||STEELYeyed|
Apr 5, 2002 7:04 AM