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July 29, 2006

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favourite sister michelle

I can remember crunchy maggots and a video I recall set in woodhorn church yard, tho I may be mistaken with lads dressed in peculiar clothing and make-up on, or was that just a weird dream or maybe nightmare, you will have to enlighten me and everyone else J, xx

christine

So you played Twister WITH THEM then.

Mr .Mavin

Poor Christine ... will no one play twister with you?

christine

No-one plays anything when they're past 40. Or nearly past 40. As well as the fact that everyone in the room had high blood pressure. I love twister.
Ho hum.

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