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letsdothis

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  1. The kids were coming into class and sitting down. They were discussing money, talking about where currency was made. Billy said, "At the mint." Frank piped up, and said, "No, that is where coins are made." Janie had the best answer, though. She said, "Money is made at the ATM. That's what the letters stand for... All The Money!"
  2. Is this the one you meant? I'm happy to repost videos, but please quote my post, so I know which video you want. Thanks. Martina, her first big dildo https://mab.to/nzC3drtUJ
  3. I agree. I didn't even realize who that was when I made the comment.
  4. Fact: Get ready for your first French lesson! Walkie-Talkie in French is 'Talkie-Walkie.'
  5. My friend is making an absolute fortune by selling pictures of salmon dressed up in human clothes. It’s like shooting fish in apparel.
  6. @daniel_8218, here's the new link. It's actually called RLC Chloe 2. I left off the '2' in the first post. https://mab.to/olHhdRAHp
  7. I stole this from Stone, but I don't think he'd mind. He posted it some place else as a reaction to another post. I just thought it was hilarious. The manic, frantic, panicked corkscrew man.
  8. I'm sure there are, but the point was, without free cams for people to taste the wares, how do they attract new members?
  9. I wonder how they expect to get new members if they don't give potential members a taste first? I can't recall ever seeing a site with a business plan like this. Every site I can think of, at the very least, gives you samples to whet your appetite for the premium stuff. This looks a lot like shooting yourself in the foot.
  10. I've often pondered over that phrase, and it didn't make much sense to me, considering how it was used (not here). Logically thinking, if someone's mouth is so cold that it wouldn't melt butter, that would mean they're a pretty cold person. So, I finally looked it up. This is what Merriam-Webster says. Definition of butter wouldn't melt in someone's mouth chiefly British —used to say that a person who appears to be innocent, sincere, or kind is really not Is that what you meant? Some of the other instances where I've seen it used gave the impression that it meant the opposite of what M-W says.
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