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  • proper n. One's mother


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  • I phoned my mum whilst doing the rounds to check that Jean etc... was ok - no one else had awoken and I begian to doubt myself especially when Mum said 'you sure you didn't have a dizzy spell.'

    Snell-Pym » 2008 » February

  • KRYSTAL'S MUM: Mum and I talked about this and I said, "I feel like I've given this to my daughter," and Mum said, "Well, what about how I've given this to you?"


  • Thank goodness my Mum is an Xtian and said that they had been wanting to spend time doing Xmas lunch for people who had no one to spend it with and this was a great opportunity.

    decking the halls

  • I suspect my Mum is a prime candidate for Imagine: Kitten Stroking, mind.

    What My Parents Taught Me About Video Games

  • She gets a boyfriend - complete waster, his Mum is an alcoholic and regular drug user.

    Upside Your Head « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • My step Mum is a career counsellor at a university and also runs her own business assisting people to transit careers midlife.

    The write career for you « Write Anything

  • Mum is telling to me eat up my chopped tomato, and I am not cooperating.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • The drugged-out Mum is genius: motivation, psychological torment and a reason for that odd weapons cache that appeared out of nowhere.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Brief note from Der Bünker.

  • I called Mum and Dad in Chile, then Bruce and then the rest of my family, who were having a get-together with some of the team back home.

    True Spirit

  • I called Mum, Dad, and Bruce, and was quite upbeat and chatty.

    True Spirit


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