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post #11 of 72 (permalink) Old 11-03-2012, 08:26 PM
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Good and Bad people are everywhere. I have met appealing and appalling examples of most English speaking cultures. I have been considered appealing and appalling myself.

Do any Americans here have an issue with "Yank"? It is easier to type.

To Poms and Yanks everywhere. It is said that Australian women are the easiest in the world - IF you are a foreigner. That's the best invitation I can offer you.
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It is said that Australian women are the easiest in the world - IF you are a foreigner.
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Ha!! Your comment didn't really bother me... just thought it a bit ironic.

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Tell my your Dad is an Aussie and I will rescind my statement.

Anyway you owe your existence to her "cooperation".

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I'm alright with you English-types. The people from the U.K. I've met in person and the posters on here have all been generally cool people. I like the Aussies, too. Actually, I like everyone unless they turn out to be an a**hole.

Plus I think Yanks and Brits can agree on one subject: the French.

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I like french.

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I like chicks in skimpy French maid outfits.

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Who like french.

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I lost my virginity in France....and yes, a girl was involved....she was lovely.
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French Cherry.

See the French aren't so bad.

In left my "stoned fruit" in a catholic college, and I am not even a Mick.

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