greatest costume ever

i have finally managed to top 1997's 'miss ohio 1963' outfit (which was a vintage bathing suit, high heels, tiara, and a sash).

this year, i am a buxom gym student circa 1981. i am that slut from all those 80s teens movie. i have feathered hair, too-short gym shorts, knee socks, pumas, and have stuffed my bra.

pictures possibly to come.

happy halloween.

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i have apple juice in my nose

it's gone now. sorry for the alarm.

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is my percent body fat. it is also the percentage of 10th graders in fairfax, virgina public schools who have engaged in binge drinking.

coincidence? i think not.

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won't somebody think of the children?

i am speechless. these people weren't.

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once upon a time there was a prints

it is almost 10 minutes long and it is very good, yes.

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the city is foggy and smells of garbage

happy birthday jer & evan.

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i have gone to the store

best shopping list ever:

-one roll of film
-one roll of duct tape
-a box of condoms
-one plantain banana

purchased by mr. ian neville. mid-90s. university village shops.

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he left home on a tuesday

LONDON (Reuters) -- A 25-foot-high inflatable Ronald McDonald was on the loose in South Wales Tuesday after it escaped from its roof-top home.

The brightly colored plastic clown, mascot of the McDonalds fast food chain, had been anchored to the roof of an outlet near the town of Newport, but when staff went to inflate it in the morning they found it had blown off.

At first it was feared to have settled on a nearby railway track that links South Wales to London.

"We received a call to warn us of the possibility of a large inflatable object lying on the track near Newport West," a spokesman for rail operator Railtrack told Reuters.

"At first our log showed it was a hamburger but it later emerged it was a Ronald McDonald.

"As a precaution we carried out an inspection of the track but nothing was found. It must have blown off somewhere.

By nightfall, Ronald was still missing.

"We're offering a Big Mac to anyone who can give us information leading to his safe return," a McDonalds spokeswoman said.

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