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March 14, 2008


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Bill Taylor

If she was waving at everyone who passed by, that might bespeak a certain mental vacancy, for all her Spennymoor Grammar School uniform.
And didn't your accountancy classes teach you that when a girl waves, it's important to count the number of fingers? If it's only one or two, you can be almost certain your advances will be rebuffed.

Bill Taylor

She's been standing at the bloody bus stop for three months now! Is it not time to move on to another angel?

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