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Posted 2006-March-21, 15:27

WOMAN'S DIARY:


Thursday 20th Sept 2005


Saw him in the evening and he was acting really strangely. I went

shopping in the afternoon with the girls and I did turn up a bit late

so thought it might be that.



The bar was really crowded and loud so I suggested we go somewhere
quieter to talk. He was still very subdued and distracted so I

suggested we go somewhere nice to eat.

All through dinner he just didn't seem himself; he hardly laughed and

didn't seem to be paying any attention to me or to what I was saying.

I just knew that something was wrong.

He dropped me back home and I wondered if he was going to come in; he

hesitated but followed. I asked him again if there was something the

matter but he just half shook his head and turned the television on.

After about 10 minutes of silence, I said I was going upstairs to bed.

I put my arms around him and told him that I loved him deeply. He just

gave a sigh and a sad sort of smile. He didn't follow me up but later

he did, and I was surprised when we made love. He still seemed distant

and a bit cold, and I started to think that he was going to leave me

and that he had found someone else. I cried myself to sleep.



MAN'S DIARY:

Thursday, 20th September 2005

Spurs lost to Man Utd. Gutted. Got a shag though.
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Posted 2006-March-21, 15:47

Mine are mostly ice cream though there have been nice moments with cream suaces, soups clotted and whipped cream. In fact while I have some happy pizza memories and like fresh mozzarella most of my favorite dairy moments have nothing to do with cheese, and none with skim milk.
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Posted 2006-March-23, 05:57

My best moment was going into the cow-shed and seeing the cows having their nipples squeezed....
gaudium est miseris socios habuisse penarum - Misery loves company.
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Posted 2006-March-23, 05:58

Oh thought it said DAIRY moments

SORRY folks!!!!
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Posted 2006-March-23, 08:46

slothy, on Mar 23 2006, 06:57 AM, said:

My best moment was going into the cow-shed and seeing the cows having their nipples squeezed....

sigh
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Posted 2006-April-05, 02:26

Tuesday 4th April

Caught my wife again

She has to go

I contacted local hitman to do the job for me, But alas, I cant afford him

he offered me advice on how to do it myself

I have a gun and one bullet, left over from the Falklands war

he said if you have only one bullet, the best way to do it, is to, shoot her under the left nipple

This is not going to work I said, I want to kill her not kneecap her
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