i met this woman a couple of years back... we dated...became lovers..did a lot of things that lovers do... but ended in a break up...but after 2 months we then dated again and continued on for the next 4 years... now i know this sounds weird but that is my current situation... until now she is still my last girlfriend and i was still her last boyfriend... we still couldn't find someone who could give that same or even more love than we used to share...but amidst those obvious situations we also couldn't find ourselves committed to each other...i often wonder what's keeping it...what is the one last element that could restart the engine of love we used to have...i just often wonder...
by Alexander A. Villarasa4 years ago
Th blurring of what used to be a clear cut demarcation of News and Entertainment has reached its apex during the past three years of the Obama administration. The entertainment capital of the world(Hollywood) is...
by Clara Kish4 years ago
I submitted this story May 12 and it was published and then may 14 I received a notice that it was substandard and I worked on it and sent it back in.May 22 I received a notice that it was...
by Mark Knowles5 years ago
Which came first -= the chicken or the egg?
by Cecilia5 years ago
The hilarious pattern of people in the forums is not realizing they are in the wrong genre.There is a scientific discussion and then the churchgoers who know nothing about science pipes in.Then the churchgoers want to...
by Longhunter5 years ago
I also write on another site and would like to post my articles in both places. Is this allowed? Other sites says yes.
by Ralph Deeds6 years ago
According to the article linked below, women have more accidents but men have more fatal accidents because they are more likely to drive drunk, tailgate, exceed the speed limits, run red lights,...
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