There is a delightful little bird called a Phoebe. I think it is named for the sound of its call.
Oops! Looks like Phoebe flew the coop. Sorry, but she may have been a little too young to join.
And she used good grammar and fair punctuation.
Rather excitable though. 4 exclamation marks!
It's always sad when we lose one with such potential.
Yes, and only one spelling mistake in the title.
Beth, you should catch up on this thread. There are some parts you might enjoy.
You don't have to start it up again. Will be AFK for a bit.
It's always so hostile. There is no joy in posting there and no actual discussion goes on, it's just constant debate or insult... one after the other. I skipped over the parts where I saw my name. I thought I could go back and read later, but I just get so tired of it.
Since he didn't answer, that makes a lot of sense.
by wrenfrost56 12 years ago
Once I got dumped for being too nice at the time I thought it was a weird thing to say. However as I'm getting older (and more sceptical) I'm thinking maybe you can be too nice. Maybe it's seen as a bit creepy. Was just wondering if anyone else had any thoughts on this.
by Myishia Salam 12 years ago
nice blog seem like a nice person. Are you?
by Tom rubenoff 12 years ago
what is your ideal romantic evening?
by philzgrill 9 years ago
I know, I am super shameless for this. No originality, but why not?What is one word you want people to remember you by?
by Brian L. Powell 9 years ago
Men, boys. When you hear a gal say "You're really a nice guy." What is her next sentence?
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