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Old 07-16-2003, 07:59 AM   #16
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oh maaaan shopping in big stores is so crazy these days!

At my local massive Tescos store, I find myself irate if Im rushing round and big trollies are pushed right into me!

Im like

but, sometimes there is cool talent that hang about in them

One other time I wore this black bra under a see through net top and it was quite funny! (mean that in a completely NON bragging way now! ) - cause for once I just wanted to try and look sexy.

one man saw me and held and started feeling his apple........at the fruit section. as I was choosing potatoes, he was like 50...I started laughin under my breath!!! It was gross!






at the cop and maybe that guy in the supermarket never got his daily subscripty of 'Extra XXX'!

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C'mon otu to Long Island...we're sorta sane here.
you must be a south shore person then... we're out of our minds here on the north shore
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..hapily not like me and you....in neeeew yarrrrrk.....

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Aaaaah, I hate Tescos when it's busy. There's always some creepy looking guy who finds an excuse to push his trolley past you and just coincidentally get a LITTLE TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT!!!
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you must be a south shore person then... we're out of our minds here on the north shore
Gee...how did ya guess?? Maybe I'll move over to the North Shore...just hate to give up the closeness of the beaches.
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you must be a south shore person then... we're out of our minds here on the north shore
Speak for yourself, Headache...We're all normal in the Town of Huntington!

(yeah, right!!!)

Long Island is home, and that's why I like it.

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Speak for yourself, Headache...We're all normal in the Town of Huntington!

(yeah, right!!!)

Long Island is home, and that's why I like it.

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my dad went to whitman... class of '68. grandmother still lives over there... off 110 across from the mall.

and you huntingtonites are deffinetly not well in the head...

sincerly headache...





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Speak for yourself, Headache...We're all normal in the Town of Huntington!

(yeah, right!!!)

Long Island is home, and that's why I like it.

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Hey...my first PT job was in Huntington...the commute just got too much. Ya ever try & get down Rt110 at 5pm? Now Im 5 mins away from work and couldn't be happier
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i drive past 110 on my way home from work every single day... it's not very fun
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ah, i love NYC stories. I can't remember a good one for me right now.

Oh! When I moved here my dad helped me move in and we were walking around the neighborhood. We walked by some guy who was talking to himself and my dad turned to me and said "Are you sure you want to live here?"
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Oh! When I moved here my dad helped me move in and we were walking around the neighborhood. We walked by some guy who was talking to himself and my dad turned to me and said "Are you sure you want to live here?"
That's normal in NY.....


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well more normal than most places.
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Re: Two New York stories

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a number of items a girl on line had
Only in NYC are people at the grocery store (or a movie ticket line) 'on line' rather than 'in line'.

I once came home to my apt in NYC and found 3 cops in it. My place had been broken into and somebody called the police. It was totally ransacked but the first thing I saw when I walked in were *illicit articles* on the floor. Some of them were just embarrassing, others could've gotten me arrested. As I innocently said, "Hey, what's going on in here?" I kicked the items under something with my foot. What can I say, I was young and stupid.

Another time I emerged from the subway one morning on my way to work to find a homeless man (warning: graphic description) masturbating with one hand and a finger from the other hand up his butt. Top o' the mornin' to ya, buddy.
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Oh holy crap that's funny.

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Another time I emerged from the subway one morning on my way to work to find a homeless man (warning: graphic description) masturbating with one hand and a finger from the other hand up his butt. Top o' the mornin' to ya, buddy.

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Only in NYC are people at the grocery store (or a movie ticket line) 'on line' rather than 'in line'.

Another time I emerged from the subway one morning on my way to work to find a homeless man (warning: graphic description) masturbating with one hand and a finger from the other hand up his butt. Top o' the mornin' to ya, buddy.
LMAO....sorry...I just got a really bad visual here...now I can't stop laughin...

I remember walkin thru Times Square, goin to see Les Mis...there was a poor naked homeless guy just layin in the street by the curb. People were just steppin over him, goin about their business. Didn't even know if the poor guy was dead or alive.


Kinda sad....
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