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talkland 17 yrs ago
A lot of the words mentioned so far I either use myself or have read many times. I think words may be old fashioned or not in common usage in one place but in another aren't so rare. Here's my word, one which I don't…

talkland 17 yrs ago
One "proper" one, one in the games system PS2 and one on the computer.


talkland 17 yrs ago
> Maybe everyone loves it. I can't find > anyone who has seen it, and the few people > I've talked into watching it are looking > at me funny now. I thought it was great. > Of course, the ones I've mentioned, …

talkland 17 yrs ago | 1 replies
http://bookcrossing.com/journal/1119220

talkland 17 yrs ago | 1 replies
http://www.bookcrossing.com/journal/1613271 This lucky person got a catch on their first release and read the lovely journal entry on a book, which isn't literature but will be "read" and loved!


talkland 17 yrs ago
"...had begun to sing. In badly pronounced, meaningless English:.."

talkland 17 yrs ago
I was born in Aldershot, Hampshire, England which is a garrison town. My father was a soldier in the Royal Engineers. I moved about a fair bit as a child but now live in Eastbourne [my father's home town which he retur…


talkland 17 yrs ago
Also personally I have no moral objection to sex before marriage and I think it depends on your own value system. I do believe that sixteen is about right for legal sexual activity and don't think it should be lowered. …

talkland 17 yrs ago | 1 replies
Had my first proper kiss at sixteen and sex at twenty-two with the man who was to become my husband. Most of my friends and peers loss their virginity between sixteen and twenty, if they were honest about it. There were…

talkland 17 yrs ago
A vertical cutter! The crust is the best bit. In our house we would fight over the end of the loaf!

talkland 17 yrs ago
The problem here I believe is the unhealthy relationship you have with alchohol. You are going to have to confront how you use and abuse it. From what you have said all the other behaviours sprang from your alcohol abu…

talkland 17 yrs ago | 5 replies
Today was my birthday and one of the best presents was the thanks I received from all those of you who wanted to make me blush [I didn't but it did give me a huge smile]. I haven't been to bed yet but before I rest my w…

talkland 17 yrs ago
I shave for one reason only and that is because of society negative reaction to woman with hair. I tend to wear trousers and rarely show my armpits to anyone. I don't shave my legs that often and only when I wear a skir…

talkland 17 yrs ago
I also signed up for this. On the web page it indicated that it was open to all bookcrossers regardless of geographic location. Yay to the publishers [and BookCrossing of course].

talkland 17 yrs ago
> Who cares what Europeans think. That > blighted continent was the birthplace of > Nazism and Communism. Now the French > finally found someone to beat up on: scarf > wearing French schoolgirls!!! Thanks for >…

talkland 17 yrs ago
Yago, your words moved me very much, my heart is with Spain at this moment. The worst of human behaviour with its destruction and violence has brought out the best of humankind with the messages of support and love to t…

talkland 17 yrs ago
I have only recently started to travel by train to work. Fortunately for me I travel in the off peak period so I usually am a fair distance away from fellow passengers. However the most annoying thing on the train I tr…


talkland 17 yrs ago
I can read more than one book at a time but prefer to read one at a time. It is easier to focus that way. If I do read more than one book at a time it is usually a mixture of genres and types.

talkland 17 yrs ago
Hagar [The Sun] Fred Bassett [The Mail] Calvin And Hobbes [Was in Daily Express] Also enjoy the Far Side.


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