So did ever mention I want my lottery ticket to come through for me because I want this bugger of pool like right now…
Never thought about the number 6 until now. And a mere 6 years ago. A Frank Angle started August 28, 200. So congrats and for getting me think about the number six. Who knew.
Originally posted on A Frank Angle:
Six (6) is one of those numbers that we can associate with many things, so I didn’t intend to capture everything about it. Nonetheless, it’s a special number that I honor in this post, so feel free to add additional factoids about 6.
- 6 is a composite number, perfect number, Granville number, congruent number, discrete biprime number, unitary perfect number, harmonic divisor number, all-Harshad number, octahedral number, triangular number, and a superior highly composite number
- 6 is the smallest positive integer which is neither a square number nor a prime number
- 6 has proper divisors (1, 2 and 3) … and is divisible by itself
- 6 equals the sum and the product of its proper divisors, which are three consecutive positive numbers (1, 2, 3)
- A 6-sided polygon is a hexagon (including a cube) , but not all hexagons are a cube
- There are 6…
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If you ever have an urge for a spanking, head over here…
Originally posted on pentych:
“Please come here, Vanessa,” I said. “You should be congratulated for your willingness to sacrifice yourself on behalf of your fellow prefect.”
“It was nothing.” Vanessa eyed me suspiciously. “She’s a very good friend. If you don’t mind, I’d like to ask you a question.”
“Very well.” It was my turn to be suspicious now.
“I like your ideas on discipline.” Vanessa chose her words very carefully. “In particular, I fully agree with you on the importance of leadership by example.”
“I’m pleased to hear it,” I said. “It’s a very important principle.”
“So what happens if you make a mistake?” She peered at me closely. “Do you get punished as well?”
“Don’t be ridiculous!” Diana protested before I could respond. “You need to remember that you are talking to the headmistress.”
“Be quiet and stay in position,” I snapped. Although I didn’t exactly like the direction the prefect was…
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Ohhh gotta love a Canadian girl.
Originally posted on Actress and Life Obsession:
We tend to fall at the feet of voluptuous women and Melanie Marden is a talent with a genuinely memorable allure. She also happens to be an award winning actress and an international model very much in the adoring eyes of the public. Be it a glamorous dress, bikini or lingerie, Melanie dazzles us each and every moment with her gorgeous presence. Having recently graced Maxim Italy in a sexy 6-page spread, this hottie from Toronto would be just the gal to sizzle what’s left of the Summer days ahead and beyond. Don’t miss her stunning photos at the MELANIE MARDEN OFFICIAL SITE.
At this year’s Action On Film Festival, Melanie stars in the short film “Mr Murphy” that’s littered with psychological tension. While there’s no trailer to tease what’s coming, this She has been having a great run on the indie scene, garnering awards as well as acting…
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A well worthy reblog from Rougedmount
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I lie to myself all the time.
Lie about moving on
Not needing anyone
Being fine with it all
Lie about not being strong
This is just easier
Being apart and alone
Far less chance of pain
Of being hurt or disappointed
I lie because it’s simpler
Pretending that my feelings
Recover after healing
And life moves forward
But it doesn’t
Negativity chases me to darkness
Isolating me in despair
And I fight the battle daily
Never fully recovering
Before the next attack
Slowly losing myself
Under the cumulative weight
Of fear and pain
Some days I just want to sleep
Allow myself the respite
From the despair
Letting the softness of blankets
Slide over sensitive skin
Instead of the harshness of words
Irritating translucent emotions
Sinking into the luxury of a warm…
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A 16-year-old girl bought herself a very tiny bikini. Very proud, she came home and put it on. She then showed her mother how she looked in it.
“What do you think mom?” she asked.
Her mother replied, “If I wore that when I was your age, you would be 5 years older.”
And what the hell! Is there really a bikini like this out there…
“Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini” is a novelty song telling the story of a shy girl wearing a revealing polka dot bikini at the beach. It was written by Paul Vance and Lee Pockriss and first released in June 1960 by Brian Hyland.
And as for a bloody awful version of the song, prepare yourself. I had to see it but damn…