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  • This whole thingis about joy and a greater consciousness, not “DIEet” and misery!

    Adventures at the Supa-Market! «

  • The weird thingis that her hair was the only thing she had that was nice and non = - pathetic.

    LITTLE MISS NO NAME (correction to earlier post)

  • But, the amazing thingis, that in the rebirth I have gone through in the last two years, suddenly all the details of my life have become vivid and clear.

    Jlo Lets It All Hang Out **

  • Liberman informs us that the word "sex" goes back to 1382 -- "Of alle thingis hauynge sowle of ony flehs, two thow shalt brynge into the ark, that maal sex and femaal lyuen with thee" -- but the first use of it to refer to "genital pleasure" is in this D.H.

    Archive 2007-06-01

  • Too bad about the 7 pounds,Minega those wouuld have been atleast 3 custard thingis.

    Breakup with girlfriend: part 1 (or- the mystery of laura)

  • Men myghte go more right to that havene, and come not in Cypre: but thei gon gladly to Cypre, to reste hem on the lond, or elles to bye thingis, that thei have nede to here lyvynge.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Men myghte go more right to that havene, and come not in Cypre: but thei gon gladly to Cypre, to reste hem on the lond, or elles to bye thingis, that thei have nede to here lyvynge.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Ye have counsales, lawis, and men of reputatioun that have establisshed all thingis, as ye suppose: Bot none of all these can maik any religioun acceptable unto God, whiche onelie dependeth upon his awin will, revealled to man in his most sacred word.

    The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6)

  • The word is this: 'All thingis ar clean to the clean,' &c.

    The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6)

  • He was not onlye singularlye learned, aisweall in godlye knowledge, as in all honest humane science; bot also he was so clearlye illummated with the spreat of prophesye, that he saw nott only thingis perteanyng to him self, but also such thingis as some Tounes and the hole Realme afterward felt, which he foir-spak, nott in secreat, but in the audience of many, as in thare awin places shalbe declaired.

    The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6)

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