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March 01, 2008

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Winter

The loveliest thing about tagging someone is finding out these little things about them! Which is why, of course, I re-memed you. *wink* I think it's awesome that you counted your books. I can't do that because 3/4 of them are in boxes due to space issues. I probably rival you for numbers though. Since you were so gracious about doing this mem, I promise that I shall not meme you again unless it's something wildly interesting and fun. In fact, I'm also going to take a leaf out of your book and just suggest next time that others do it instead of tagging specific people. MUAH! You're a prince for giving me yet another peep into the mystery that is Nicholas!

Pamela Kramer

Oh my! #4 - How interesting. LOL

amypalko

I just love that you don't feel in the least bit ashamed of your wonderful night with G's girlfriend. Everyone needs these memories of hedonism past :-)

No nonsense girl

stopping by to say hello Nicholads. I hope you and yours are well. :)

Infinity Goods

I completely agree with you regarding tattoos.

PJ

You awful untattooed cad, messing around with your mate's girl! The shame of it.

J

I'm with you on the tattoos as well. First I found them kind of gross, but now every suburban soccer mom in the neighborhood has one, and I think, the only reason to do that would be to be shockingly cool, and that time is long, long gone. So I'm happy to join you in no-tattoo land. I do think there is plenty of money to be made in SCARLESS tatoo removal. If not now, in 20 years, when they're all saggy and hard to muddle.

grace

Do you have any plans on what to do with your more than a thousand books? Wow. I could just imagine all the interesting things you've read! and the wide space you must have to accommodate all those books!

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