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  1. fioricet Avatar

    Naughty Virgin’s Inside the Mind of A Virgin

  2. fosamax Avatar

    Note also his use of the word ÓliberatiÔ in the first interview.

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  4. hgh Avatar

    I was thinking this afternoon about the old saw “A man wants all women for one thing, a woman wants one man for all things.”

  5. keflex Avatar

    producers, blackberries and holding your drink

  6. lamisil Avatar

    then i looked around me, and down at the shag pile rug i was sinking into, and realised that maybe, for him, they’d never been away.

  7. lasix Avatar

    Enjoy our beloved Gore Vidal in all his clothed glory.

  8. lipitor Avatar

    Secret History featuring yet another media appearance for Bessie and Ted.

  9. lortab Avatar

    Instead Cup seems like a good option, but I know next

  10. meclizine Avatar

    Remember my little music box that I was so delighted to discover this winter? Yes, Pandora.

  11. meridia Avatar

    And here is the message which started the discussion at Shaksper

  12. metformin Avatar

    I call him after the awards fiasco, very drunk and tired. “It’s not in the stars,” he says, explaining why it has been impossible for our paths to actually cross.

  13. mobic Avatar

    I couldnÒt sleep last night, but sheÒs been completely fine

  14. morphine Avatar

    The Omaha World Herald is now running an online vote asking whether the judge was right. You can find a link to the story near the voting buttons at the bottom of the page.

  15. norvasc Avatar

    I have to agree with Merv, whoever he is. Yowza! This is scary to watch.

  16. omeprazole Avatar

    no fucken way i’m untying you, you stupid bitch, he said, spitting into the bushes. you’re fucken well staying right here.

  17. penicillin Avatar

    the only time the gentlemen of the youth group were interested in my knotting skills was when we were in competition with other youth groups.

  18. percocet Avatar

    Linguist Geoff Nunberg considers the way politicians and journalists are pronouncing place names associated with the war on Iraq.

  19. percodan Avatar

    Nigel says that the person referred to in My Perfect Cousin by The Undertones is Jim McCloskey, famous Irish linguist.

  20. phenergan Avatar

    There are some really good web resources on sign language.

  21. pravachol Avatar

    As soon as you do, we’ll stop selling it.

  22. prednisone Avatar

    Tim suggests that whatÒs special about Tom WatsonÒs blog is that heÒs the first politician to use a blog to tell us what he really thinks instead of just telling us whatÒs in his diary.

  23. premarin Avatar

    Two languagey stories in todayÒs Independent, both useable for teaching, I think.

  24. prilosec Avatar

    i could easily excape, given the chance, but i thought it diplomatic to end the situation through a request, rather than through rebellion.

  25. protonix Avatar

    Luckily, Stefan, the director of the institute, was there to discuss it all and I enjoyed listening to Alan and Stefan discussing it all.

  26. provigil Avatar

    Finally we have a replacement for my long lost beloved riding crop! (The story about how I lost it is here if youÒre interested.)

  27. prozac Avatar

    Today is the European Day of Languages. I wonder if David Blunkett is taking part?

  28. ritalin Avatar

    ÑOK. ThatÒll do. Now weÒll try FrustrationÒ

  29. singulair Avatar

    I wish I had more to offer you than that.

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    “Ok am I the only one dying to know what sweet pea just did??

  31. tablets Avatar

    IÒd post a Scottish photo but blueyonder is letting me down again.

  32. testosterone Avatar

    Does anyone else find that hard to process?

  33. topamax Avatar

    WeÒre having a lazy Sunday around here, nothing special going on. IÒm still trying to find a comforable sitting positionÅ

  34. tramadol Avatar

    Separating, we laid down on the bed and cuddled for a short time. He suggested a shower to wash off the oil & I said I thought that would be a good idea.

  35. tricor Avatar

    “P.G.S., I really can’t function without you.” I’m quite serious.

  36. tylenol Avatar

    Actually, IÒve been back for a while now but too lazy to get back to writing anything here.

  37. ultram Avatar

    Anyway, we’re alive and well & hope to be back in the swing of things soon!

  38. valtrex Avatar

    Feeling a bit like I fell down the well this week.

  39. vioxx Avatar

    Just another lesson learned. A broken rule will come back and bite you in the ass in more ways than one!

  40. wellbutrin Avatar

    And doesn’t *that* little fact make your panties wet?

  41. xenical Avatar

    Any particular reason you’d want to fly to San Francisco? IIRC, Swingers is set in Los Angeles.

  42. zanaflex Avatar

    Nigella is extremely fuckalicious. It’s just a shame that she opted to marry an insidious prick with lots of money, instead of a rich man with an insidious prick…

  43. zithromax Avatar

    Down the roof and down the rods all around us,

  44. drugs Avatar

    ÓMy husband tells me that you know (Well Known Rope Top)?Ô

  45. irritable Avatar

    access for his gift (although it’s kind of a selfish

  46. abilify Avatar

    Secret History featuring yet another media appearance for Bessie and Ted.

  47. accutane Avatar

    I sit down at my desk and start writing the job description.

  48. James Caffrey in Costa Del Sol Spain Avatar

    Linguist Geoff Nunberg considers the way politicians and journalists are pronouncing place names associated with the war on Iraq.

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