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I NEVER THOUGHT I WOULD HAVE TO DO THIS BUT SOME RULES FOR TALKING TO ME
1.YOU CAN CALL ME BABY BUT NOT SEXY
2.YOU CAN TELL ME I'M SEXY BUT ONLY ONCE
3.Never start off a conversation with "Hi sexy"
4.I DON'T WANT TO SEE YOUR NSFW PICS OR YOU JACKING OFF...IF YOU OFFER YOU WILL BE BLOCKED
5.DON'T TELL ME YOU WANT TO SLEEP WITH ME OR WANT TO BE MY BOYFRIEND RIGHT OUT THE GATE I WILL LAUGH AND BLOCK.
6.Sorry but if you don't speak English well don't message me and if you speak English well but not from the USA don't ask for anything but to be friends
7.DON'T ASK FOR MY YAHOO OR SKYPE AFTER ONLY TALKING ONCE IF I WANT YOU TO HAVE IT WILL GIVE IT TO YOU
8.READ MY PROFILE
9.RESPECT ME ALWAYS LIKE U SHOULD ANY OTHER WOMAN
10.BREAK ANY OF THE RULES AND U WILL BE BLOCKED.
DO NOT SEND ME A FUMAFIA REQUEST BEEN THERE DONE THAT NOT GOING BACK EVER AGAIN
I am almost 23 I am the youngest of 4 I love living in New Orleans I have something called spina bifida.Why do sooooooo many women get upset about being called baby or honey it's just a word would you rather he called you bitch get over yourself dumb ass.
I Like OLDER PEOPLE SORRY BUT A LOT OF PEOPLE MY AGE ARE DUMB
DO NOT take your children to the French Quarter during Mardi Gras! Although this is the area highlighted by the news media, it really has nothing to do with the Mardi Gras celebration. Those of us who grew up here often felt guilty going to parades once we were a little older ... and couldn't wait to have kids so we'd have an excuse to go! Unfortunately, the media often presents Mardi Gras from the French Quarter where no parades occur.
At this time of year, it is simply an adult area where the risque' behavior of many visitors to Mardi Gras is tolerated; i.e., revealing costumes and flashing for beads. You do NOT even have to visit the French Quarter to totally enjoy Mardi Gras in New Orleans as the rest of us locals do!
NO risque' behavior elsewhere! You may see some people get carried away outside of the French Quarter--this is not a good idea! The police will politely remind them that they are in a family area, and if they don't stop, they can be arrested. You should also be careful ... it is distracting to kids and some adults -- I know a man very well who decided to take a picture and was hit in the head by a float.
Q: Can I bring my kids to Mardi Gras?
A: By all means, yes! Mardi Gras is a family celebration. Those of us who grew up in New Orleans felt guilty once our children had grown and we continued going to every parade ... we used to use "taking the children" as our excuse!
Bring big bags (even those large garbage bags!) to hold all of the stuff they will catch .. including toys, stuffed animals, beads and more.
The only place you should avoid with kids is the French Quarter (where no parades pass anyway), although we recommend seeing the parade near its beginnings on St. Charles Avenue near Napoleon. (Parades can last until 11:00 pm near the end of the route.) The garden district area of St. Charles is a family area where you will see many families staking out their positions throughout the season, having picnics, playing ball, and having fun under the beautiful oak trees! You don't have to worry about the streetcars, as they stop running in this area during Mardi Gras.
You may also want to consider taking your kids to the parades in the suburban areas such as Metairie, only 10 minutes away from New Orleans. Metairie's Caesar parade, the Saturday before Mardi Gras weekend, is the parade Disneyworld features on Mardi Gras day -- the kids would love it!
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