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MandyCake posted:
Okay, if Caprice and Chrissy were here they would be posting something to make us think of positive, happy things. So...

Take your first name: Then for each letter, choose a word that is positive, to describe yourself but here is the catch: You must then try to use only those words and form a sentence.

B - Bouncy
o - Opionated
n - narley
n - naughty
i - intellectual
e - enigma

So I defined myself as a bouncy; opionated, narley, naughty, intellectual enigma!

Life is the school and Love is the Lesson.

Kate_Te responded:
K - Knowledgeable

A - Amazing

T - Terrible (in a good way)

E - Elfish

I'm a knowledgeable, amazing, terrible, elfish person!
I won't cheat and use my nickname...

S - Strong
t - Tan
a - Adventurer
r - Rider
s - Singer
k - Keeper
e - English
e - Enough

a sentence eh? maybe I should have used my nick. heh.

I am a tanned adventurer who is a strong rider. I hail from England which you wouldn't know if you only know me as a singer, cause my accent goes away. Those who love me know I am a keeper and with them I can just be me cause that is enough.

I'm not really a psychopath, I just play one on the internet.
bubbles_bobble replied to DOGDANCING_TCOS's response:
Okay I'll play but I must be assumed...................

B- bubbly
U- ubiquious
B -bountiful
B- bueno noches

I'm a bubbly, ubiquious, bountiful saying bueno noches, with lucious and effervecent silly lips. Ha ha

I could never use my real name on this one for obvious reasons...
One day at a time
MandyCake replied to bubbles_bobble's response:
I love it you gals.. Keep it coming.
Life is the school and Love is the Lesson.


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