. White Lies are super, was blown away when I first heard "To lose my life" my personal fave off that one is EST. Papillon (Editors) is also on my ipod most played....Birk - ah good luck, must be a phase, about half a dozen pals have acquired mutts
. With a bit of luck the local residents will only drive up and not notice it - I was on my bike and only saw it when I was almost over it because the letters aren't enormous. It only takes one though and it'll be all round the village...I know that off
.Or for straightforward fiction, I can highly recommend "Midnight's Children" by Salman Rushdie, which is superb. Hear hear for Frank Skinners book, I read that on the plane, and was giggling out loud. My boss thought I was going nuts.Papillon is great too - that stands
bootiful!i havnt been here that long but rc and ballini (papillon) are luverly!chris and ed duathlon are good couple of lads but only cos they talk tri....nothing funny about it... sob sob, no one miss me ? but my answer would be JOSE, WAAPSTER and SP
wrong but not on purpose, just doesn't think before he acts.3)Raising awesome kids in awful times. What was Dolly's autobiography called...Keeping Abreast of Life? Papillon (Henri Charriere) allo, thought i had better flutter in!
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