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Or the Lion???
<<I like cheese...so I'm guessing the mouse;)>
btw..my favorite Grimm's tale is "The little match Girl"... It changed my life even when I was 5..
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Wiggle your big toe.
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Neely your a cutie and keep on truckin girl you'll make the hill and have fun sliding down. I can tell your that kinda gal...Survivor type and all.
Black Widow email me maybe we can visit sometime...Would like to come your way. Never been to the other side of our Hwy....
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My favorite Grimm's tale is "The little match Girl"...
It changed my life even when I was 5..
Thanks for the tip, Neely.
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I'm not sure if it's ironic or merely sad to see the above statement in the Ship's Galley, in a thread about encouraging tolerance and understanding! I thought that's the sort of statement that's supposed to be kept in P&G. Oh well, at least it's not in the Brig.
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ANYTHING GOES in the Brig, Dobler!
You don't have to believe everything that you think...