what would you do if you were the one to find this diamond? (507 carat white diamond!)
http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20090929/wl … mondmining
Mark Knowles must have been eating coal and pooped it out. No wonder he has been rather scarce as of late.
You're not the kind of Dude that two chicks would double up on...really
Harsh!! What could you do...I guess just look at it!
I don't mind watching! That wasn't near as harsh as what he has said to me, just returning the favor, and technically its almost the quote from the movie.
A bracelet, necklace and matching earrings oh and I certainly cannot forget to include the beautiful ring!
I'd sell it, and be a HAPPY MILLIONAIRE PHILANTHROPIST for as long as the money lasted.
I'd even buy you lunch. :
well a diamond in itself would not be terribly useful, there is a limit to the amount of fun to be had scratching glass, so eventually I would sell it on e-bay for as much as I can get and then devote my life to spending the money }:->
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