oh i know... caught onto that a while ago
i feel bad for her to be honest cos shes kind of a sucker for love and he'll break her heart.
her ex boyfriends myspace page is even funnier... talking about nikkis 50 year old balls. ha.
yea but id still go there. narm.
Oh, you sneaky Scorpios. ;) Thank you very much, Lisa. I am very glad to have you around too. Your positive attitude is refreshing to say the least. Plus, I really admire your wonderful ability to accessorize. hehe.
Hi, Evil Herbivore! I recently became a member of the community site on Ning and joined a few groups (Star Wars, Bladerunner, Firefly/Serenity). I also formed another SCI-FI group for fans of the Stargate universe. But then I started thinking that since there is such a shortage of good SCI-FI as it is and most of us probably enjoy this genre in general, that it would make more sense for me to change my group ‘Wormhole Xtreme!’ into a space for ALL KINDS of SCI-FI. This way the discussion won’t be limited to one movie or series and we could have the opportunity to share more ideas and introduce each other to new SCI-FI. So to all you other SCI-FI fans out there, I would like to cordially invite you to join the group “Wormhole Xtreme!’ and welcome you to bring any topic that you are excited about discussing. I hope to see you there! -Warm wishes from ‘Meow Meow’
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