Re: Talk dirty to me

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Mark M, Oct 31, 2004.

  1. Mark M

    Mark M Guest

    This is clearly a troll trying to flood someone's e-mail with trash.
    Ignore it.

    "Erissa" <> wrote in message news:...
    > Young 30's loud-mouthed Wiccan with a shitty attitude and general
    > contempt for apathetic, Lexus-worshipping, stuck up Republicans
    > seeks same or younger GWF for obnoxious fun times. I am a versatile,
    > uninhibited gal who loves sex outside in the woods, in the dirt,
    > in the mud, in the yard, on the hood of your mother's car and,
    > sometimes, the occasional rubbish bin. Oh yeah... I'm into loud
    > noises while doing it. There's nothing like scaring the horses,
    > or the neighbors.
    >
    > I'm not a '10' and am not seeking one. In fact I despise such
    > creatures unless you're married and there's a remote chance that I
    > can ruin your marriage. General interests include church vandalism,
    > fucking and then "outing" closeted members of the clergy, burning
    > tires on the lawns of politicians, nice long walks on the beach with
    > a gun, late-night camp fires on the front steps of trendy night clubs,
    > fucking with cab drivers, making fun of hippies and playing "scratch
    > the Mercedes."
    >
    > The possibility of a companion is not as interesting to me as the idea
    > of a sex slave who's into face-sitting, deep fisting, butt-licking,
    > clit-chewing, hair-pulling good times with a scratch or two to remember
    > each other by. Sitting on someone's face is one of my favorite yoga
    > positions. All things sexual are negotiable.
    >
    > I live in North Carolina and would prefer not to travel more than
    > 300 or so miles. However, if you have red hair I'm willing to
    > travel to say, Prague. Men, gym bunnies and other Narcissistic body
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    > you and make you feel even more inadequate. If this "no bullshit"
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    > me an email and we can discuss things further.
    >
    > I will answer ALL emails!
    >
    > Love ya!
    >
    > Erissa <>
    >
    > --
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    >
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    Mark M, Oct 31, 2004
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  2. > This is clearly a troll trying to flood someone's e-mail with trash.
    > Ignore it.

    yep, I know!
    :D
    --
    Non è bello cio che è bello figuriamoci cio che è brutto!
    Ed io imparo.
     
    stefano bramato, Oct 31, 2004
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  3. Mark M

    Dillon Pyron Guest

    Thus spake stefano bramato <> :

    >
    >> This is clearly a troll trying to flood someone's e-mail with trash.
    >> Ignore it.

    >yep, I know!
    >:D


    She's already posted this information in several other NG.

    --
    dillon

    When I was a kid, I thought the angel's name was Hark
    and the horse's name was Bob.
     
    Dillon Pyron, Oct 31, 2004
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