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Date Posted: 24/05/10 10:47:53pm
Author: Anon
Subject: Re: Delicous red wine
In reply to: Barbara 's message, "Delicous red wine" on 24/05/10 10:39:33pm

it appears that you cannot stay away from the forum barbara having stated that you will no longer post on here!!!!!

>This glass of wine I am drinking is delicious. I
>deserve this glass of wine, as I have been busy today.
>As Jesus liked an occasional glass of wine, I reckon
>it's ok for me to have one as well.
>
>I am wondering wether or not to have another glass, it
>is such a lovely evening, so warm and summery. The
>problem is, the wine was a bit stronger than I am
>accostamed to, as it was home made, and as I don't
>often indulge, I am already feeling a little bit
>tiddly. (hic)
>
>I'm feeling quite relaxed and cheered up, due to the
>effects of that glass of wine. All those horrible
>things which have been written about me on this forum,
>well, I can just laugh about them all now, they're all
>so very silly, written by a man who looks like a bit
>of a poser, judging from his photo, and who seems to
>have half a mouldy peanut wedged in his skull where
>his brain ought to be.
>
>I'm contemplating having another glass of wine - I
>feel really tempted, as the first glass was so
>delicious. The trouble is, I am sure that if I do have
>another glass, I will get into a really silly mood and
>want to do something mischievous. Like posting a
>really funny email that I dug up from the past,
>hehehe, what a scream, people really ought to be
>careful what they send to other folk in emails,
>particularly if they are planning to be vindictivly
>vile to them, lest they get turned on themselves, and
>revealed to be the pompous nincompoot that they really
>are!.
>
>Oh, what a temptation this is! Will Jesus stop me from
>getting inubriated and doing this mischief? Will I
>have another glass of this beautiful wine, or shall I
>have a glass of water instead?

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  • crazy old blackmailer -- Peter Eveleigh, 24/05/10 10:49:37pm
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