tu de verdad quires que sea tu dama ahorita donde estas

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what does this mean any one

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updated OCT 26, 2008
posted by poeboy

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poeboy said:

look i asked a question not for a smart ass coment

Another comment like that, poeboy, and you will not be asking anything further on this site so be warned.

updated OCT 27, 2008
posted by Eddy
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look i asked a question not for a smart ass coment

updated OCT 27, 2008
posted by poeboy
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Eddy said:

I am glad you clarified that. The word "period" has a total different meaning in England.
Obviously, referring to the meaning of "a time frame" (as in the Elizabethan Period). je je

updated OCT 27, 2008
posted by samdie
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Kailey said:

I'm gonna go word by word with this one. i'm assuming it's someone that doesn't appreciate the use of periods (full stops for those from the UK) or question marks. My husband often writes like that... grrr

"You really want me to be your 'lady' right now where are you"

I am glad you clarified that. The word "period" has a total different meaning in England.

updated OCT 27, 2008
posted by Eddy
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thank you so much i wote to my girl friend n she wrote this back the spanish dict was telling me something different

updated OCT 27, 2008
posted by poeboy
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I'm gonna go word by word with this one. i'm assuming it's someone that doesn't appreciate the use of periods (full stops for those from the UK) or question marks. My husband often writes like that... grrr

"You really want me to be your 'lady' right now where are you"

updated OCT 27, 2008
posted by Kailey