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Monday, 19 May 2014

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Amanda

Lol. It's amazing the characters we come across out there.

Lisa

I know on the first date if I want to see someone again.

Em

What a great quote! I don't understand why people lie about the way they look. How can anyone believe anything they say after that?

Tom

We live in a judgmental society! A lot of us are ashamed to admit that we make mistakes because we afraid of what people will think of us. Many of us are still just want people to like us.

Reminds me of this quote by FDR presidential advisor Bernard Baruch,“Those who mind don’t matter, and those who matter don’t mind”


Debbie

Love this. Anyone who show up in disguise is out. What is the point?

Evelyn

Your date sounds like a perv! Lol

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