Category Archives: romances

NO SPRING FEVER?

Today being first day of spring, Due to that “equinox” thing… Busy as beavers Overachievers, Are courting their next fling! – Jonathan Caswell

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FEMME SOMETIMES FATALE!

Expensive bomber jacket to show, How hot the actress can go… Sexy informal The little screen’s normal, The program depends on her clothes! – Assault machine guns may seem, Odd for a virile man’s dream… Women of action Are great … Continue reading

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TRUST THE BABE!

Wondering if she’ll be Where invited eventually… She can’t be forced To change her course, At least concerning me! – If she never comes by, At least you had your try… Leave it alone She’s on her own, You keep … Continue reading

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MAKING OUT LIKE FLYNN!

“Making out like Flynn,” A fortunate position… Irish or not The comment caught, ‘Though “making out” means more than it did then!* – –Jonathan Caswell *reference this with a reference to the actor, Errol Flynn at http://www.phrases.org.uk , where the … Continue reading

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