Hey Rachel, I’ll forgive you for your inappropiate wording, and I’ll tell you why.
This guy I haven’t known for that long, good guy, not dumb by any stretch, sent me a text the other day saying he couldn’t wait to give me his “undevoted” attention.
Now normally if I hanging with some dude who got his words so wrong like that, he would kicked to the kerb, but he just needs a few lessons.
Hmmm, unless that was exactly what he meant?
EmKitt, sisters in the coat of arms, that’s cool.
Yeah people, I know it sounds weird to you US lovelies, but look it up if you’re bothered, all true.
Although one of my favourite all time shows “curb your enthusiasm”
just wouldn’t look right with kerb in the title, so I’m happy to mix it up.
Erm… the ‘curb’ in ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ is always spelt that way, as it’s the verb meaning ‘to limit’. ‘Kerb’ is a noun, its only meaning is ‘the edge of a pavement’ (or sidewalk, if you’re a non-Brit).
…no Rachel’s totally right in her word usage. If her dreamboat hunk of a suitor had’ve done an inspection he wouldn’t have asked out her easily excitable arse. Do your homework fellas, ask for a full inspection. Gee, do you think she’s going to say yes?
I wanna protest the light metering in blackberry “smartphones”, that’s the worst exposed photo I’ve seen all day.
Now I’m off to drain a main vein, which colloquially means I’m pissing out of my dick in case you’re still in the dark you fucktard Andy.