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  • Only at seventeen much more was thrown up, and went down the toilet as the water wooshed and rippled.

    I’m going and I’m never coming back

  • When I saw you had updated I wooshed over here to read.

    New Year, New Hope, New Joy | Her Bad Mother

  • It wooshed past the house when most things go by at a snail's pace because the visibility around the blind bends is nil and there is nowhere to go but head on.

    A strange day

  • It wooshed past the house when most things go by at a snail's pace because the visibility around the blind bends is nil and there is nowhere to go but head on.

    A strange day

  • It wooshed past the house when most things go by at a snail's pace because the visibility around the blind bends is nil and there is nowhere to go but head on.

    50 entries from June 2007

  • It provided me with 2 1/2 hours of entertainment as my boys watched it get wooshed around in a fountain.

    Tales of an Alderwoman: Treasure Hunting

  • It provided me with 2 1/2 hours of entertainment as my boys watched it get wooshed around in a fountain.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • When I saw you had updated I wooshed over here to read.

    New Year, New Hope, New Joy

  • It never became widely known that she is a religious nut: she believes in the imminent End of Days and the “Rapture,” in which the saved will be suddenly wooshed up to heaven—a notion that has no basis in scripture or anything else.

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  • It never became widely known that she is a religious nut: she believes in the imminent End of Days and the “Rapture,” in which the saved will be suddenly wooshed up to heaven—a notion that has no basis in scripture or anything else.

    Archive 2008-11-01

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