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Date Posted: 22:51:21 03/23/06 Thu
Author: Niels
Subject: Re: ...The Way Paulie Does...
In reply to: Piper_Castel 's message, "...The Way Paulie Does..." on 14:57:38 11/05/05 Sat


Sincerely, I had never loved someone that way, but I am sure it's part of life and everyone should have that experience, at least, once.

I think that passion is the fuel of relationships and it's vital for its development and survival, so somehow, it's understandable in L&D, except suicide, of course.

This is a contribution from a man's point of view, as a complement to other opinions. :-)


>Did You Ever Loved Someone (So Much) Just Like Paulie
>Loves Tori (Or Vice Versa)??
>I Did (And Maybe I Still Do) And Nothing Will Be Ever
>The Same. ;)
>Enjoy, Piper.

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  • Re: ...The Way Paulie Does... -- Maf, 20:51:16 12/21/06 Thu
  • Re: ...The Way Paulie Does... -- AlexLee, 13:20:07 03/18/09 Wed
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