heh'Excellene' sounds like some kind of low-fat window cleaning spreadable not even close to being butter substance.
Pah, ha, ha and indeed ha!
Is "loose bodyfat" the most unappealing phrase ever? "Michael, what's that tumbling out of your anus?" "That's just loose body-fat, dear. I'll scrape it up after the News." What I want to know is why they're selling it in jars.
I've got a lot of loose body fat.I certainly don't want any more thanks!
That looks like your handwriting..I blame text massaging.
Welcome new commenters. Me, I'm all tight body fat. In fact, my vodka belly is tighter than any number of misogynistic, anti-religious desert stereotypes. V, text massaging sounds a little uncomfortable for all concerned.
I love "free", it's like another word for nothing left to loose.
How can you as a grammar scold not correct it?There's one that I walk by everyday that kills me. It says in crude black paint on the side of a building: "the mail goe's next door."Swear!
Conan - very, very funny comment!
He's too fucking clever, that one.
I wonder if spelling c-words with a k is only an American, and particularly southern American phenomenon? Like "Kountry Kitchen" for a greasy spoon-type diner. Or rather more inexplicably, "Klassy Kuts" for a salon, neither of which started out as a c-word, but people seem to recognize as a valid choice for a business name.
I have loose bodyfat. I call them jiggly bits.
Oh, Gimme. I empathise. Without the 'z'.
there are Z's everywhere !!
I now have "ABC" going through my head.
Reminds me of an HBO documentary I caught parts of today about the Right Wing McCain supporters perspective towards the end of the US presidential campaign.One guy had written on the back of his tee shirt " If Obama wins so do the teririst." I almost felt embarrassed for him.
"free"what's the catch chum....p?and may I lead you to this gem.http://www.unnecessaryquotes.com/
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