abc of ex's/ex lovers lol
Body: A is for the automobile which he doesn't own.
B is also for brain, which was located between his legs.
C is for the commitment that was never there.
D is for the dildo he didn't know I had.
E is for ego. His was bigger than a hot air balloon.
F is for his faithfulness, as long as there wasn't something or someone better to do.
G is also for the spot he could never find!
H is for laughter (HA! HA!) the last sound he heard from me as he was walking out the door.
I is for impotent which is what I told everyone he was.
J is for jugular, the one I'd love to sever.
K is for kinky, he always started without me.
L is for love in most cases, but exceptions have been made, L is for LOSER in this case, along with LUSH and LITTLE DICK.
M is for MAN.
Has anyone been able to find one? Have you ever met one? Do you know where any are?
N is for the narcotics. He drove me past alcohol.
O is for the orgasms he thought he made me have.
P is for PAYBACKS.
Remember they are HELL!
Q is for queer. I sometimes wonder if he is.
R is for the hopeless romantic he said he was. He was half right. He was hopeless, not to mention worthless.
S is also for satisfied, which he rarely made me feel.
T is for typical. Typical little boy playing at being a man.
U is also for the ugly girl he is dating now.
V is for the voodoo doll I made of him.
W is for wife, the one he said he didn't have.
X is what he is to me now!!!!
Y is for WHY the hell did I ever get involved with him.
Z isn't for anything, just like him, he ain't anything either.
i really need sum help ...
i want to bet my daughter in a contest on this
could u help me out plz....:(
will return all favors......
DON'T EAT CHICKEN SANDWICHES ANYMORE
>A little boy and a little girl attended the same school and became
>Every day they would sit together to eat their lunch.
>they both brought chicken sandwiches every day!
>This went on all through the fourth and fifth grades, until one day he
>noticed that her sandwich wasn't a chicken sandwich.
>He said, 'Hey, how come you're not eating chicken, don't you like it
>She said 'I love it but I have to stop eating it .
>' Why?' he asked..
>She pointed to her lap and said 'Cause I'm starting to grow little
>'Let me see' he said .
>' Okay' and she pulled up her skirt.
>He looked and said, 'That's right.
You are! Better not eat any more
>He kept eating his chicken sandwiches until one day he brought peanut
>He said to the little girl, 'I have to stop eating chicken sandwiches,
>starting to get feathers down there too!'
>She asked if she could look, so he pulled down his pants for her .
>She said 'Oh, my God, it's too late for you! You've already got the