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“Girls like Dignity, and like my little sister, Helene, with their long, slick hair and pale-ass skin, people would always be sticking out their hands to help people like them out.”
“But Weight Watchers and other programs like Take Off Pounds Sensibly have embraced dieters and created a supportive forum for them to get educated, to be held accountable, and most of all to recognize that there are other people like them with similar concerns.”
“The house he was headed for was at the end of the road, built of wood like most of its neighbors, and like them it was four windows wide and three stories tall, with a dormered roof and two chimneys.”
“Both of them was cute with the necessary big titties and ass, but unless they upped the game since I left, I knew they just needed to work on the set and get rid of the “dead-ass eye” like them chicks in a bad porno video.”
“I am just like them except I am Godzillaa monster.”
“I kept my eyes off of everybody and turned my back to them, closing my eyes, tryna pretend I was alone as I started to grind and wind like them chicks I saw in videos.”
“When Lee explained that this had been an emergency, without time to wait on ceremony, Johnston dropped that discussion in favor of one about the request by the President on May 1 for the assignment of Longstreet or Smith to command the force south of Fredericksburg: "This army cannot be commanded without these two officers; indeed, several more major-generals like them are required to make this an army.”
“Fielding has spoken to him and confirmed Rode's statement House tutors are very possessive about their boys, you know don't like them to be spoken to by rough policemen. ”
“The Comte d'Artois, who had hastened to Lyons, as the Duc and Duchesse d'Augouleme had done to Bourdeaux, like them in vain attempted to make a stand.”
“I even love you, as soldier loves soldier in the pure and manly way, not like them camel shaggers love each other.”
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